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The Travel on South Africa’s


Naomi Campbell, Nelson Mandela and the Queen are among the faces to have travelled on this famous train. The Blue Train dates back to the 19th century when Cecil Rhodes hoped of building a rail line from Cape Town to Cairo. Nowadays, those lucky enough to travel on it from Cape Town to Pretoria enjoy outstanding views of the country’s picturesque landscapes. But what makes The Blue Train truly special is the service, with staff on hand to cater to your every whim, while also showcasing the vibrant local culture.


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Enjoy a cyclo tour around


There’s only one way to navigate Hanoi’s buzzing traffic and snaking streets – and that’s perched on the front of a traditional cyclo. Tours can take guests into the chaotic Old Quarter, to the merchants selling household goods and street food at the famous Dong Xuan Market, and to significant landmarks such as Hoi Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and One Pillar Pagoda, Ngoc Hà village and the Temple of Literature (Vietnam’s first university).


Hanoi


Explore ancient and modern Hanoi on a two-night mid-voyage land adventure on Silversea’s voyages that call at Halong Bay.


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