It comes weeks after Belgrade and Pristina agreed to resume direct flights for the first time since the Kosovo War.
The inaugural journey of the first Vienna-Brussels sleeper train has been touted as the big step toward sustainable travel in Europe.
On the 26th day of the SNCF and RATP strike, passengers at Gare Saint-Lazare are adapting to the transport problems which have become a daily occurrence.
Ukrainian officials say the first Russian train to arrive at Sevastapol illegally carried people across the Ukrainian border.
Putin congratulated construction workers, saying the bridge has "proven Russia's ability to carry out large-scale infrastructure projects."
The east-west rail link, one of Europe’s most ambitious engineering projects, has been repeatedly delayed and could now cost an €750m.
Josephine Baker, Mata Hari, and the Belgian king were a few of the celebrities that travelled on the luxury train.
Britain’s train companies will remain part of the Interrail and Eurail travel schemes, the Rail Delivery Group has said
It's an ambitious and highly-controversial engineering project that involves finishing a near 60 kilometre-long tunnel under the Alps.
Election shocks in France and Italy shift battleground on Turin-Lyon rail link
It's the fourth time a rally has happened to say 'YES' to the proposed trans-Alpine train line between Turin and Lyon but the Italian coalition government is divided over the TAV plans.
Two devices with pro-Brexit slogans were found, with police suspecting that they could have caused delays and signal failures if gone unchecked.
The move is designed to calm a dispute over the project which had threatened to bring down the government.
A surveillance video released by a transit authority in the US city of Cleveland shows a man stepping off a train to smoke a cigarette and then frantically chase after it when it leaves the station with his baby on board.
A train has ventured from South Korea across one of the world's most heavily guarded borders into North Korea for the first time in more than a decade.
The EU's plans to change daylight savings once and for all have hit a stumbling block. While many EU countries agree that the time change does little to save energy, there is less agreement on whether to stick to summer or winter time.
On Wednesday night most of the reforms President Macron fought for were finally signed into law.
Euronews speaks to one striker to understand what they are fighting for,
City chiefs in Denmark and Sweden are looking at spending up to €4 billion on what is thought to be the world’s first international metro.
Applications for 15,000 "DiscoverEU Passes" will open in June.
Business and commuters are feeling the pain, but are French strikes achieving their goal?
Euronews finds out when they are happening, where, and what you can do if you are affected.
Passengers of a Parisian suburban train line had to enter the train car through windows on Tuesday, the first day of a 3-month long strike in the railway sector.
As the French hurtle 'full steam ahead' into three months of rail strikes, Euronews looks at when strikes are happening, how they are impacting other transport services, and if the French really support railway workers in downing tools.
Train drivers and university students have marched through Lyon to protest against government proposals which they believe will disadvantage workers and students.
At least 35 people were injured when two underground trains collided in the western German city of Duisburg.