It's the new workplace trend.
With airport passengers dropping in Sweden and Germany and a new Vienna-Brussels overnight train starting on Sunday, are Europe's night trains set for a renaissance?
With reports of train drivers going back to work, French unions are attempting to galvanise the strike as it approaches its sixth week.
We spoke to five people who went against the trend and chose to swap planes and cars for bikes and trains.
Eurostar warns its London-Paris passengers not to travel after powercut in French capital
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High-speed rail operator granted a licence to run services in France.
The two men leapt off the train and carefully shovelled snow from around the chamois until it could pull itself out and make its way to a forest.
Luxembourg is to become the first country in the world to scrap fares on all public transport.
A court in France has ruled an advertising poster showing a woman about to be hit by a steam train does not promote violence against women. Euronews' Raw Politics programme discussed this in a special panel debate on the politics of advertising.
This is a baby’s incredible scrape with death in India.
Up to 40 people have been injured as two trains crashed while being coupled together in Salzburg, Austria.
It’s a €5.8 billion Baltics rail link that has been described as the most important project for Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia since their independence. But the scheme’s CEO has admitted there are no guarantees over its future financing.
It might not sound tempting but the used rubbish bins from trains are proving a hit among internet shoppers.