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Dinner Train in Utrecht this July

Last updated 1 year ago by Rivka Kroes

Railpromo’s Dinner Train is returning to the Netherlands this summer. Starting from the third of July, the Dinner Train will leave from Utrecht.

The train’s interior is a restaurant setting. Diners are offered a 4 course meal with a choice of meat, fish or vegetarian. A trip in the train takes about 2 hours. The train will depart from and arrive at Utrecht Centraal Station. Diners can board at 5 PM and 7:30 PM. The train departs from Utrecht from the 3rd to the 14th of July included. Because the train is driving during the dinner, the diners can enjoy a changing view while eating.

This year, the Dinner Train will depart from 37 cities in the Netherlands. If you’re interested, you can book a table here.

Rivka Kroes
Rivka Kroes
Rivka Kroes is a Dutchie and is currently based in Zeist. She studied Chinese and graduated in 2013 from Leiden University. She now works in language localization. You can often find Rivka in a bookstore or library as she loves to read. Apart from reading, learning about new cultures makes her really happy, especially if food is involved.


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