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Wernigerode or Quedlinburg - a World Heritage Site for its 1,600 listed timber-framed buildings - are the usual choice of resort.
Where: ( How much: up to €24 (£19) Train to Skye A journey on this steam railway between Sheffield Park and Kingscote is made memorable not only by Sussex countryside but also by the historic carriages and atmospheric stations, each restored to evoke a different period: Sheffield Park the Edwardian era, the inter-war years by the classic country junction of Horsted Keynes, complete with small refreshment room serving real ale, and Kingscote the 1950s.
At present the WHR operates from Caernarfon to Rhyd Dhu where one of the walks up Snowdon begins.
The FR offers glorious views from the moment it crosses the Cob at Porthmadog and has the unique British feature of a spiral to gain height above the waters of the Tanygrisiau Reservoir.
There are fine walks from any of the 10 intermediate stations.
Where Northern Rail stations ( How much £26.70-£35.70 How long 2 hours and 45 mins Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland railways From spring 2009 these two narrow gauge steam railways will meet at Porthmadog, offering two lovely routes through the mountains of Snowdonia, to Blaenau Ffestiniog and Caernarfon respectively.
Where: BR stations (01825 720800; How much: £10.50 How long: 30mins Cologne-Frankfurt via Koblenz or Neuwied The railway lines along each bank of the Rhine are the best way to appreciate the beauty of the gorge between these cities, which is regarded as the waterway's most impressive stretch.
Both are served by stopping trains, so it is easy to break the journey to visit the many castles that line the banks, though some are a stiff climb into the woods.
The cabins have DVD players and the shower room has underfloor heating.Where Northern Rail stations ( How much £15.30-£46 How long 3hrs 30mins Glacier Express For many, this is Europe's finest journey, linking the famous Swiss resorts of Zermatt and St Moritz.It's an express in its limited stops only, the narrow gauge train averaging just 36km per hour as it loops and spirals up and down the mountains of the Valais and Graubunden.It begins at a junction with the Esk Valley Railway (see No 14) at Grosmont and climbs up to the Heartbeat location of Goathland before threading the wooded moorland of Newtondale.A glimpse can be had of the castle before the train arrives at the southern terminus of Pickering.