Travelling on the Orient Express
The Orient Express can be a fun journey for adults and children alike and is often travelled by many holiday goers in look of a unique experience. It is important to understand however that most timings cannot be confirmed more than a week in advance due to the fact that the Orient Express runs along the British rail network and thus you need to wait until a week before to receive tickets and are advised to check in at least thirty minutes before the train is scheduled to depart.
Smart casual wear is the normal dress code for all those on the Orient Express except if you are travelling Royal Ascot in which case you will be required to put on formal wear. If the Oriental Express is travelling areas such as Cowes make sure to be practical and dress appropriately.
All meals are included in the price of the Orient Express and seating is usually at train tables set to seat between two to four people so make sure that you let the crew know ahead of time if you have any special dietary restrictions or requirements by at least a week if not when you originally make the booking.
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