Traveling Ecuador by train | DW Travel Documentary

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Trains are easy to use, and cheap means of transport. It is no surprise they are among the most popular ways of traveling.

And not to mention, traveling by train gives a unique experience in some parts of the world. As in, the landscape you see is not accessible by any other means of transport.

In that regard, the tram line through Ecuador is considered one of the most spectacular train lines in South America, if not in the world. A train journey of discovery, as you the line takes you across the Andes.

One of the highlights of the train ride is the infamous Devil’s Nose, a mountain with almost perpendicular walls.

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