Ideal for any occasion
The destinations listed below are our most popular city transfers, excursions, and journeys.
If you have your own ideas for a travel with one or more Majestic Imperator carriages
please contact us for your tailor-made program.
Our carriages can be operated on nearly all railway tracks in Central Europe.
Our luxury train is always operated as a private train and thus the composition of our carriages only
depends on the chosen locomotive and the route requirements.
Our catering will be tuned to your individual wishes and needs. Please find further information under Our cuisine.
Each city transfer is tailor made – ask for your individual offer.
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Vienna - Opatija/Abbazia (vice versa)
Opatija (Abbazia) is a seaside resort at the Kvarner Bay on the peninsula of Istria in the Northwest of Croatia. Opatija is one of the oldest Croatian tourist resorts and located at the foot of the Učka mountains, approx. 18 km away from Rijeka. The seaside resort is surrounded by lush subtropical vegetation. Already the Emperor enjoyed the Mediterranean climate – the Franz Joseph Promenade (built in 1889) with a length of 12 km has been dedicated to His Majesty.
Vienna - Sopron (vice versa)
Sopron is a city in the Western part of Hungary, South west of the lake Neusiedl. The city is only 60 km away from Vienna and 220 km away from Budapest. Sopron is the oldest city of the country and was thus building bridges between Hungary and its neighbours in the West. With the foundation of the West Hungarian University in 1735 Sopron became an Acadamy town.
Vienna - Munich (vice versa)
In 1255 Munich became a Bavarian dukedom, in 1328 it was a royal residence town and in 1506 became the sole capital of Bavaria. Due to a wide range of impressive buildings, international sport events, fairs and congresses as well as the annual October Festival Munich is an absolute tourist attraction.
Vienna - Velden/Wörther See (vice versa)
Velden at the lake Wörthersee is a market town in the district of Villach-Land in the Austrian state of Carinthia with about 9.000 inhabitants. Situated at the Western shore of the Wörthersee lake it is one of the most popular holiday resorts of Austria and also famous for its casino.
Vienna - Berlin (vice versa)
Berlin is the capital city of Germany and also the seat of government. Besides the rivers Spree and Havel the city's area is composed of many forests, parks, gardens, rivers and lakes. Berlin made history with the fall of Berlin Wall on 9th of November 1989 when East and West Germany had been re-united.
Vienna - Bratislava (vice versa)
Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia and, with approx. 425.000 inhabitants, the country's largest city. Bratislava is located in Southwestern part of the country. Bordering Austria and Hungary, it is the only national capital which is adjacent to more than one neighbour countries.
Vienna - Trieste (vice versa)
Trieste is a city located in the upper Adriatic region and borders Slovenia directly. It is the capital of the self-governed region Friuli Venezia Giulia and the province of Trieste. The travel leads to Sezana (Slovenia) and after a short transfer directly into the center of Trieste.
Vienna - České Budějovice (vice versa)
České Budějovice (in English Bohemian Budweis or Budweis) is the largest city of Southern Bohemia with approx. 95.000 inhabitants. The city is worldwide known not only for its Budweis beer brands but also for its Acadamy of Science and diocese.
Vienna - Budapest (vice versa)
Budapest is the capital and the largest city of Hungary. With more than 1.7 million inhabitants Budapest is the eighth largest city of the European Union. Here our guests will be welcomed at the imperial train station of Nyugati.
Prague - Bratislava - Budapest (vice versa)
This daytrip which leads through three capital cities of Central Europe (Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary) is especially attractive due to a stay with a sightseeing tour across the city of Bratislava and a relaxing journey to Budapest.
Vienna - Prague (vice versa)
Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. The capital Prague represents an independent administration unit. The surroundings of this city have already been densely populated in the early history.
Vienna - Salzburg (vice versa)
The city of Salzburg is located directly at the Salzach River in the middle of the wide Salzburg valley. It is also the capital of the federal state with the same name. The Northwest borders on the Bavarian town Freilassing, the remaining region on the district of Salzburg County. Salzburg is worldwide famous for its annual festivals and its highlight “Jedermann”.