There are a lot of fastest trains in the World. All the train has a heavy speed and has connected several cities and decreased travelers’ travel time. Nowadays traveling in Europe by train faster than by plane, and now Japan is experimenting with the “Supreme” version of the famous high-speed trains, set for the 2020 debut before the Coming Winter Olympics.
Here is the list of the high-speed fastest train in the world:
Max Speed: 186 mph
This high-speed train runs from Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, and Cologne. It has a speed of 186 mph. It is also one of the important trains for leisure and business travellers. In December 2015 the German route had been extended as long as Dortmund through Brussels to Paris.
9. Eurostar e320 and TGV
Max Speed: 200mph
It seems that GV and Eurostar e320 rains have been tied on the list later just underwent in 2015. It has a top speed of 200 mph. It seems that the 320 series is definitely the first tip to the tail redesign of Eurostar train with 22 years of history. This train is 20km/hr faster than the e300 series. It connects Brussels, Paris, and London within two hours. Eurostar just provided the passengers with the right to the centre of each city.
8. Korail KTX
Max Speed: 205 mph
It is a high-speed train in South Korea. It has a top speed of 205 mph. The new route has been opened just in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics that connects Incheon International Airport in the west to the coastal town of Gangneung in the east. It also cuts the transport to reach the ski slopes of Pyeongchang for six hours.
7.Deutsche Bahn ICE
Max Speed: 205 mph
It seems that this distinctive white and delivery of the Inter-City Express or, ICE combined with the sharp red cheatline that has made such an impressive sight speeding along the scenic German countryside manly the latest route Berlin and Munich. It is similar to Spain’s Renfe AVE train. This train’s long-term plans for operating this trains from Frankfurt to London. It has a max speed of 205 mph.
6. Haramain Western Railway
Max speed: 217 mph
This train is Mecca-Medina’s super speed that covers 281 miles between Saudi Arabia’s most holy cities and also has been in partial operation since December 2017 with the complete set for the early summer 2018. This train is expected to carry three million passengers a year containing Haji and Umrah pilgrims. It has a max speed of 217 mph.
5. Renfe AVE
Max Speed: 217 mph
It is the fastest train in Spain is the Velaro E by Siemens and also has been used for such long-distance services for the major Spanish towns and beyond travelling from Barcelona to Paris. If you watch football then you definitely find the connection of this route.
4. The Italo and Frecciarossa
Max Speed: 220 mph
It is Italy’s duelling train operators, NTV and Trenitalia and each flaunts with such high-speed train that connects Europe’s fastest, capable of shuttling the passengers from such Milan to Florence or Rome in under three hours with the new route to Perugia. The Frecciaross or “red arrow” that had been unveiled during Expo 2015 was held in Milan with the train remarkable.
3. Shinkansen H5 and E5
Max speed: 224 mph
Japan is now celebrating the 54th Anniversary of high-speed train travel. It came back in 1964 with the Hikari high-speed train launch in between Tokyo and Osaka and also cut the travel time between the two largest cities of the country within seven hours. It seems that the H5 and R5 series Shinkansen run from Tohoku and Hokkaido services.
2. Fuxing Hao CR400AF/BF
Max Speed: 249 mph
This time also China wins. The name “ Fuxing Hao” just translates to mean “rejuvenation” and also with each of the two trains with the nickname CR400AF. The CR stands for China Railway. There are both is just under five hours to zip up to 556 passengers and each in between Beijing South and Shanghai Hongqiao Station. It also bears China’s next fastest train “Harmony” CRH380A.
1. Shanghai Maglev
Max Speed: 267 mph
It is the fastest train in the world. It is one of the latest, shiniest or also even become the one with the most expensive tickets. It is charging $8 per person. It seems that Maglev is run 19 miles from Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport to the Longyang metro station on to the outskirts of Shanghai. It seems that there is the bulk of the passengers since its 2004 debut. It has a speed of 267 mph.
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