SNCF to Rejoin Eurail Select Pass

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Friday, 7 March 2014

Traveling in France with a Eurail Select Pass will soon be possible now that SNCF, the French rail operator, has confirmed its decision to rejoin Eurails Select Pass from 1 April 2014.

We are happy to welcome SNCF back to the Eurail Select Pass. France remains a top tourist destination within Europe. By fully including France again, the Eurail Portfolio is complete and presents itself as lean and strong for the upcoming high season. Travelling by rail on a Eurail Pass remains the most comprehensive way for our overseas customers to explore Europe, said Silvia Grlach, Eurail Groups Sales & Marketing Manager.

This year, the Eurail Select Pass product range has been revamped. From 1 April 1 2014, the pass will be re-launched, exclusively offering the four country option. Customers can tailor-make their own pass by selecting four out of twenty six participating countries in which to travel. The selected countries need to be connected to each other.

The former Three and Five Country Select Passes will still be available for purchase until 31 March, 2014 without France. Starting from 1 April only Four Country Select Passes are sold, offering the possibility to have France included as a destination.

Until the end of March, tourists who reside outside Europe can benefit from the current Early Bird promotion for the Global Pass which offers free travel days. This very popular campaign offers two extra travel days for 15 day Global Passes, three extra travel days for 21 day Global Passes, and five extra travel days for one month Eurail Global Passes.

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

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