Thanks to increasing globalization, countries are becoming more and more connected across their borders. Travel has never been so easy and fast. In the last two years, the tourism, and transportation industry has suffered greatly. People had to stay at home and make 22Bets.
But now, after the crisis, airline tickets are being booked again and hotels can finally welcome guests.
But the world is far from being back to normal.
Some connections need to be revived. Especially in countries where tourists were rare even before the coronavirus outbreak. Competition has increased. This hits poor countries the hardest. They lack the resources to invest in their infrastructure and make travel easier.
But they have one thing in common. Travelling by train is becoming more and more popular. Along with travelling by car. But it is more environmentally friendly to take the train. Compared to airline tickets, it is much cheaper and less stressful. You do not have to be at the station three hours before departure. There are also no problems if you have a water bottle with you. In short, there are fewer restrictions.
But it is expensive to keep the railroad in good condition. So is having comfortable carriages.
But why do people actually choose trains over planes?
There are several reasons for this.
THE RISE OF THE RAILROAD AND ITS BREATHTAKING RIDES
While it is really cool to be above the clouds, it is hard to compete with the scenery that so many countries have to offer. When you travel by train, you have more time to relax and enjoy the view. When it comes to short distances, people tend to choose the train. There are several connections with comfortable trains and unique scenery. One of them is the South Caucasian Railway. It connects Yerevan with Tbilisi. These trains are well equipped with clean toilets, a bathroom, nice and small beds with fresh sheets. Also, the staff is very friendly and always ready to help. Just traveling by train in these regions is a trip in itself. In Europe, on the other hand, it is all about transportation to the destination. There are only a few trains that really show their customers what Europe has to offer. The best example is the Orient Express. But a trend toward longer train rides is also emerging in Europe. Connecting more and more cities across the borders.