Main Line for Europe

The Main Line for Europe is the railway corridor that links Paris to Budapest via Strasbourg, Munich, and Vienna. Geographically, this corridor is located between the North Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, where it serves as an essential east-west axis of Europe.

The Main Line for Europe’s catchment area covers 35 million residents and 16 million employees in France, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and Hungary.

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