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Exciting train shake-up for Scots traveling to Paris

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Exciting train shake-up for Scots traveling to Paris

A NEW train route is set to launch the first journey from Scotland to Europe next year.

Anyone looking to travel to Europe without taking a plane can already catch the Eurostar.

The new service could take Scots straight to Paris

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The new service could take Scots straight to ParisCredit: Getty
The new train could go straight from Edinburgh to Europe

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The new train could go straight from Edinburgh to EuropeCredit: The Sun

The service currently takes holiday-goers from London to places like France, the Netherlands and Belgium.

But a brand new route could take travelers to these big European cities straight from Scotland without having to go to England first.

Midnight Trainsa French train company, has confirmed that they have plans to launch a new route from Paris to Milan as well as Venice.

They also announced that they plan to launch new routes from Edinburgh.

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Not only would this connect the Scots capital to Paris, but it would also connect to Copenhagen and Berlin.

This means that Scots can jump a train to Paris and then change trains to go to either of the destinations.

And it won’t even take any time off your day, as the service includes sleeper trains.

The state-of-the-art trains have been described as “hotels on wheels,” and even come with their own private rooms complete with private showers.

Travelers can choose between single, double or even four-bed rooms when they book up.

There is also table service and drinks from the cocktail bar – and the rooms even have on-demand films.

Speaking to the National, co-founder Romain Payet said: “We think that travelers are more and more conscious about the ecological impact of air travel and they need an alternative.

“But when traveling to and from most major European cities, they do not have this option.”

There is no official date for the launch of the new trains, however, they are expected to come sometime next year.

It would make it easier for Scots traveling to Venice

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It would make it easier for Scots traveling to VeniceCredit: Getty

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