20% Off Eurail Passes in November and December

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 31 October 2013

Travelers can take advantage of a special 20% discount off the regular price of Eurail Global and Eurail Select Passes booked between 1 November and 31 December 2013.

The Off Peak promotional passes can be used for European rail travel until 31 March 2014 and are open to all travel categories: Adult, Child and Youth, including Saver Passes intended for groups of two to five people with a further 15% reduction, and for both first and second class travel.

Silvia Goerlach, Eurail Groups newly appointed Sales and Marketing Manager, said, Due to the success of last years Off Peak promotion, we are confident that this special offer will attract more travelers to Europe during the upcoming winter season. Not only can tourists benefit from a discounted Eurail Select or Eurail Global Pass, theyll notice fewer crowds when visiting popular tourist attractions.

Eurail Global Passes are valid for travel all over Europe in 24 countries and offers the independent traveler the flexibility to create their own itinerary whilst hopping on and off trains across Europe.

The Eurail network encompasses to 233,000 kilometers of track (144,000 miles) on the European continent. Nearly 96,000 passengers have already travelled with the Eurail Global Pass this year, representing an increase of almost 30% over 2012 figures.

For shorter vacations, Eurail offers passes for trips to only a few countries too. The Select Pass is available for combinations of three to five countries and is also included in the 20% Off Promotion.

Eurail Passes are available from Eurail Groups worldwide network of Authorized General Sales Agents.


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