Bath to Berlin or Manchester to Milan… Hundreds of rail trips now available to buy in one transaction
Rail booking specialist Loco2.com is launching a revolutionary new service to make it possible to book tickets for journeys starting from any UK station to thousands of European destinations in one transaction. The company will go live with the service on 12 November.
Loco2 has eliminated the need to visit multiple websites to plan and book international train trips from the UK. The company has already combined the booking systems of the French and German national rail operators (SNCF and Deutsche Bahn) to offer a huge choice of European rail tickets. Adding the full range of tickets offered by the UK’s Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) makes Loco2’s coverage unrivalled. This is the first and only place where it is possible to combine the fares of UK, French and German trains, including high-speed services such as Eurostar, TGV and ICE.
Customers travelling from outside London will also be able to ensure they are fully protected under international passenger rights similar to those afforded to air passengers. On Loco2, a search for any journey into Europe starting from outside London will automatically select a “London International CIV” ticket for the UK portion of their journey. This means that if a Eurostar connection is missed due to UK rail disruption, customers are eligible to travel on the next available train from St Pancras International for no additional cost. Without this little-known special ticket, travellers are liable to pay a full fare on the day for a replacement ticket, often costing in excess of £170.
Speaking about Loco2’s new UK service, rail-booking guru Mark Smith of Seat61.com said: “Loco2 has achieved something remarkable. For the first time, you can enter the name of your local station, however small and insignificant it is, then enter Amsterdam or Venice or Lucerne or Berlin or Barcelona or Copenhagen and it’ll work out (and book) all your trains. It’ll book to almost any local station abroad, too, however far from an airport. A virtually door-to-door solution, which isn’t something easyJet or Ryanair can boast!”
Loco2 – which means “low CO2”, as well as representing a new approach to rail booking – was founded by a small team of passionate train travellers led by brother and sister Jamie and Kate Andrews. They aim to make booking a train journey in Europe as easy as booking a flight, thereby reducing the environmental impact of travel and tapping into increasing demand for international trains.
Jamie Andrews says: “By adding UK rail to Loco2 we have made a great step towards helping millions of people travel by train instead of flying. Customers have been frustrated for years at the absence of an integrated booking service, so we are delighted to be filling this gap.”
It’s possible to preview the new service prior to launch by following these steps:
-Sign up for an account at Loco2.com
-Click the link in the confirmation email
-Click this link when signed in: https://loco2.com/uk-rail-preview
Visit the website at Loco2.com. Follow Loco2 on Twitter @loco2, on Facebook at facebook.com/loco2.com
To request images or further information, to arrange an interview with Jamie and/or Kate Andrews, and to enquire about press trips, please contact Little Black Book Creative: Simone Kane on 07811 161839 and firstname.lastname@example.org, or Kate Simon on 07939 526109 and email@example.com.
NOTES TO EDITORS:
– Loco2.com charges no booking fee so tickets are the same price as buying direct from the rail operators (with some limited exceptions including variation due to SNCF’S GBP/EUR exchange rate).
– The website has been praised for its ease of use and the company has an average rating of 9/10 based on more than 220 independent reviews.
– Print-at-home and collect-at-station tickets are available for the majority of UK, French and German rail tickets.
– Although the site focuses on international travel, Loco2 is capable of selling all UK domestic journeys, setting it up tocompete with larger rivals such as independent retailer The Trainline (who charge a £1.50 booking fee versus Loco2’s zero).
Loco2 was conceived in 2006 when Kate Andrews became frustrated by the lack of online information about low carbon alternatives to flying. Kate circumnavigated the globe over land and sea before returning home to set up the business with her brother Jamie in 2009. After recruiting a strong technical team, including Technical Director Jon Leighton, they received investment in 2011 and have been selling tickets on the site since April 2012. Further information is available on request or in the Press Kit on the website: https://loco2.com/pdfs/Loco2_press_kit.pdf
As winter approaches, why not head to Australia, where the sun shines brightest from December to February? To make your winter getaway complete, enter our latest contest for a chance to win 2 Rail Explorer Passes in Red Service so you can experience famous Australian Rail Journeys including the Ghan between Adelaide and Darwin, via Alice Springs, the Indian Pacific between Sydney and Perth, and the Overland between Melbourne and Adelaide.
To enter, visit our Facebook page before January 10, 2014 and tell us which destination between Sydney, Melbourne, Darwin, Alice Spring, Perth and Adelaide you would most like to visit and why. The winner will be randomly selected from all eligible participants. Make sure you share this contest with your friends.
The Rail Explorer Pass is valid for 3 months of unlimited train travel, offering outstanding value compared to buying individual train tickets. After 2 train journeys, the rest of your trips are technically free!
Participation in this contest is subject to the official rules. The approximate retail value of the prize is $980 USD. Travel must be completed by December 31, 2014. Prize does not include flights, accommodations or fuel surcharges (which are payable locally at the time of booking individual rail journeys). Contest runs from December 2, 2013 to January 10, 2014.
The first in a series of new 125 mph speed signs on the Midland Main Line route to London have been unveiled by East Midlands Trains and Network Rail as the rail operator gears up to launch its new timetable with faster journeys to London.
The roll-out of the 125 mph speed signs are part of a £70 million line improvement scheme being delivered by Network Rail in partnership with East Midlands Trains, which will allow trains to London to operate at speeds of up to 125 mph on certain parts of the route for the first time ever.
In just five days time, on Monday 9 December, East Midlands Trains will launch its new timetable with faster journeys to London from Sheffield, Chesterfield, Derby, Nottingham, East Midlands Parkway, Leicester and Loughborough.
The programme of work being completed by Network Rail includes a total of 159 miles of track which have been upgraded to allow faster line speeds, replacement of a number of level crossings with bridges, minor re-signalling and work to realign parts of the track. This will allow East Midlands Trains to reduce the average weekday journey time between Sheffield and London by seven minutes, between Nottingham and London by five minutes and between Derby and London by four minutes. Once the scheme has been fully completed by Network Rail, East Midlands Trains will look to make further improvements to journey times during 2014.
David Horne, Managing Director for East Midlands Trains, said: “East Midlands Trains services on the Midland Main Line route to London now carry more than 13 million passengers a year and the route provides a vital artery for South Yorkshire, the East Midlands and Northamptonshire.
“Faster journeys are vital for economic growth and this major investment in track and signalling will help us to provide faster and more reliable journeys for our passengers travelling to London.
“These latest improvements to our timetable highlight just how much service levels have improved since franchising began in 1996. We’re already offering double the number of services every day between Sheffield and London, and from Monday 9 December, the average journey time will drop to 2 hours and 9 minutes, a reduction of almost 20 minutes from 1996.
“We’re really looking forward to the launch of the new timetable and the start of our trains being able to run at 125 mph for the first time. This will start the next exciting chapter for this route.”
Phil Verster, Route Managing Director for Network Rail, added: “The Midland Main Line is an important railway as it connects communities in the East Midlands and provides a key commuter route to London. Our £70million investment will allow trains to run up to 125 miles on sections of the route, bringing significant social and economic benefits to the region through faster journeys and improved reliability. We are working closely with East Midlands Trains to complete the final stages of this programme of investment.”
Copies of the new timetable are now available at East Midlands Trains stations and online at eastmidlandstrains.co.uk. In addition to the improved journey times, there will also be changes to many of the departure times and connection times. Passengers are therefore strongly advised to check the new timetable in advance of travel.
1962, Rome. Burt Lancaster, Claudia Cardinale, Alain Delon and, behind them, Paolo Stoppa. The stars of Il Gattopardo, directed by Luchino Visconti, Palma d’Oro at the Festival of Cannes in 1963 and based on the novel by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, are caught in this photo in a moment of rare and timeless beauty.
1956, Rome. Ava Gardner and Walter Chiari at a cocktail party in Sorelle Fontana’s studio.
1960, Rome. Photographers crowd around Gina Lollobrigida, at the opening of the film Ben Hur.
A famous face turns and smiles broadly. A camera clicks. A bulb flashes. A moment in time is preserved forever. This ritual occurred countless times in 1950’s Italy, where the paparazzi, who would not be so named until Fellini’s film La Dolce Vita in 1960, chronicled every celebrity arrival, departure, shopping spree and stolen private moment.
Eighty-four pictures, almost all previously unpublished, were selected from the Archivio Storico Luce photographic records to create the fascinating exhibition “La Dolce Vita. 1950-1960. Stars and Celebrities in the Italian Fifties.” These pictures rebuild an era that shaped Italy’s reputation around the world, paying homage to international celebrities and to the charm and beauty of 1950’s Italy.
Exhibited for the first time in Rome in 2010 at the Museo dei Fori Imperiali, curated by Marco Panella and promoted by Cinecittà-Luce and Artix, “La Dolce Vita. 1950-1960. Stars and Celebrities in the Italian Fifties,” is now on display on board MSC Divina.
Starting with her inaugural sailing from Miami on November 20, 2013 through the end of her year-long Caribbean season, international travelers have the opportunity to discover these pictures throughout their cruise, as the exhibition is spread over several public areas across the ship.
At first glance, the images are captivating primarily because of the celebrities they showcase. On closer inspection, they reveal incredible details of a nostalgic era, capturing the glamorous surroundings, gazes from adoring fans, iconic fashions and styles along with stolen, private moments between the stars of the decade.
The women’s dresses, jewelry, shoes, gloves and purses and the men’s shirts, ties, suits and sweaters all tell a story. And not only of the celebrities, but more interestingly, of who surrounds them, as they perch on vespas, sit at cafe tables, and dance in nightclubs.
The celebrities and stars portrayed include Anna Magnani at the Grand Hotel attending the Galà del Cinema, Sophia Loren at the opening of the III Rallye del cinema, Brigitte Bardot at a press conference, Ava Gardner and Walter Chiari at a cocktail party, and Kim Novak, Gina Lollobrigida, Claudia Cardinale, Elsa Martinelli, Anita Ekberg, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Frank Sinatra, Alain Delon, Burt Lancaster Kirk Douglas, Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Joan Collins, Roger Moore, Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth, and many more.
The La Dolce Vita exhibition is the latest addition of an ‘Italian touch’ to the beautiful MSC Divina. With her sleek and sophisticated design and recently launched partnerships with other legendary Italian brands Fiat, Segafredo, Venchi, Nutella, Campari, Martini and Eataly, MSC Divina sets sail from Miami, representing the best of the Mediterranean.
Winter holidays in Europe are often associated with the spectacular Christmas markets. Stop by Berlin for complete immersion in a city with dozens of markets, opt for a family-oriented experience in Brussel’s or try out the local food in Budapest. Take advantage of the Eurail Off Peak promotion this season and travel by train to the various markets across Europe. Here are 10 holiday markets in 10 different cities in Europe that are definitely worth a visit. You’ll quickly see it’s easy to find yourself spellbound by the magical spirit of the holiday season.
1. Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church – Berlin, Germany
Germany is the clear front runner in terms of Christmas markets, if only for the sheer number of markets it hosts every year. Berlin alone has over 50 markets to choose from, among which, the one located at the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is perhaps the biggest and most popular with around 2 million visitors each year. You’ll find decorations, ornaments, accessories and toys on site, ensuring you find the right present for all your loved ones. Also, try the food and refreshments, with a range that includes cocoa, mulled wine, glazed fruits and grilled sausages.
Dates: Nov 25 – Jan 1
2. Tivoli Gardens – Copenhagen, Denmark
Tivoli Gardens is the oldest amusement park in Europe and was the inspiration behind Walt Disney’s dreamy Disneyland. Copenhagen’s charming playground is an enchanting place to see anytime of the year and even more so during the holidays when the famous amusement park is decorated with thousands of glittering lights and welcomes visitors for its traditional Christmas market. Make sure you try a sip or two of glögg, a Nordic version of mulled wine, while you watch the kids enjoying themselves on the Merry Go Round.
Dates: Nov 15 – Dec 30
3. Rathausplatz – Vienna, Austria
There are a number of markets in Vienna where you can warm up to a hot and comforting cup of glühwein, but a favorite among visitors is the one at Rathausplatz. It’s the biggest market in Vienna and with City Hall in the background, every photos you take are fantastic shots. You’ll find baked goodies such as roasted chestnuts, spicy gingerbread, and crafted goods on sale, as well as beeswax candles, wood carved toys, leather accessories, woolen hats, hand-blown glass, jewelery and all sorts of gift-worthy items.
Dates: Nov 16 – Dec 24
4.Winter Wonders – Brussels, Belgium
Imagine over 18,000 lights, a market that stretches to almost 2 kilometers, over 240 shops & kiosks and throw in a vast skating rink for good measure. What you end up with is Plaisirs d’hiver – Brussels’ take on the Christmas market. Extending along the streets from Grand’Place to place Ste-Catherine, the market gives you plenty to see and is best experienced with the whole family as the joyous atmosphere lends itself nicely to bringing the kids along. The rink, the roller coasters, the toboggan slope, the ferris wheel and the international flavors will be more than enough to grab the little ones attention and make for a memorable evening.
Dates: Nov 29 – Jan 5
5. Fira de Santa Llucia – Barcelona, Spain
It’s unlikely you’ll encounter a drop of snow in Barcelona, but you will experience a stylish celebration in typical Spanish fashion, complete with traditional Catalan decorations, gifts and delicacies. Fira de Santa Llucia is one of the dedicated places where you can find small versions of the Caga Tio, a smiling log that stores presents. Kids must hit the log with a stick to expose the hidden goodies. One more item you’re sure to find are Nativity scenes in all shapes and sizes as it plays an important role in Catalan traditions.
Dates: Nov 30 – Dec 23
6. Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square – Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is one of the most enchanting places during the winter holidays. The beautifully decorated town boasts two extremely popular markets located at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, about a five minute walk apart from each other. The markets are famous for the delightful music sang by choirs from all over the country. You’ll find plenty of traditional dishes to try including carp which is the main dish of the holidays and is present all over in town this time of year.
Dates: Nov 30 – Jan 12
7. Skansen – Stockholm, Sweden
Markets in Sweden are usually smaller and spread out across the different islands. Some will only open for a few days, which means you could make some pleasant discoveries as you explore the city. You’ll also find a number of market that feature ice sculptures and skating. The Skansen market, at the open-air museum located on the island of Djurgården, remains one of Sweden’s most popular and opens on the four weekends leading up to Christmas.
Dates: Nov 30 – Dec 1, Dec 7 – Dec 8, Dec 14 – Dec 15 and Dec 21
8. Place Rihour – Lille, France
This market in Lille is one of the busiest in Europe and attracts its fair share of visitors from England as it’s less than two hours away from London when taking Eurostar. The French market is also said to be one of the largest markets in Northern France with a huge Ferris Wheel, children’s theatre, tons of tasty French delicacies and local crafts on sale. The highlight of this market is definitely the events taking place on the Saturday before Christmas, when Father Christmas makes his noticeable entrance by falling from the 262ft high belfry of the Chamber of Commerce, to distribute sweets to the children.
Dates: Nov 20 – Dec 30
9. Christkindlimarkt – Zurich, Switzerland
Arriving with your Eurail Pass, you won’t need to look very far to find the indoor market in Zurich as it’s located inside the train station itself. The aroma of mulled wine and delicious smell of baked goodies will welcome you as soon as you take your first step off the train. Take a look around and you’ll see over 150 stalls full of handmade decorations, candles and jewelry. You will also notice the focal point of the market: the giant tree decorated with thousands of glittering crystal ornaments.
Dates: Nov 21 – Dec 24
10. Vörösmarty Square – Budapest, Hungary
The seasonal market at Vörösmarty Square in Budapest features a lot of traditional elements, from delectable Hungarian food to cultural and musical performances. Savor some fried sausages, roasted meats and kürtöskalács (hollow shaped yeast cake). Or entertain yourself with the varied musical offering and shows, where folk and world music, street musicians, dance and puppet shows are a hallmark of this spectacular fair.
Dates: Nov 27 – Dec 31
With great gifts ideas, delicious plates to sample and enchanting atmospheres that simply can’t be replicated at any other moment during the year, the time is right to see the festive side of Europe. The Eurail Off Peak promotion offers up to 20% off the regular price of Eurail Global and Eurail Select Passes purchased by December 31, 2013, for travel until March 31, 2014.
Between Christmas, New Year’s Eve and Epiphany, there is a lot going on in Rome during the winter months. The city is arguably the capital of Christianity and, as such, finely ties in the different holidays to their religious roots. Around Christmas, the main type of decorations you’ll encounter is the presepe – the creche or nativity scene. You’ll practically find one in every church, square, and shop. The most elaborate presepi can be found in places such as Piazza del Popolo, where hundreds of nativity scenes are on display, and Piazza Navona, which becomes a Christmas market for the season and features a life-size nativity scene.
In addition to what takes place in the city itself, one advantage of being in Rome for Christmas is that you can easily participate in the activities in Vatican City. Hallmarks of those celebrations include the Pope’s midnight mass on Christmas Eve, a huge Christmas tree in St Peter’s Square and the life-size nativity scene in front of the basilica.
Then it’s on to New Year’s Eve celebrations in Rome with La Festa di San Silvestro. On December 31, families and friends gather for a huge dinner that traditionally includes lentils and Zampone, a type of pork sausages. The meal is meant to symbolize good fortune for the upcoming year and it also energizes you for what’s next. People gather in public squares to dance, drink and ring in the New Year. The party lasts throughout the night with people retiring to bed only in the morning of Il Capodanno, New Year’s Day.
The end of the holiday season officially falls on January 6, during Epiphany. This holiday commemorates the day Three Wise Men brought gifts for Baby Jesus, according to Catholic traditions. Hundreds of people replicate this event by dressing up in medieval costumes and walking up to the Vatican, carrying gifts for the Pope who welcomes them with a morning mass. The more secular tradition on January 6 is that of La Befana, an ugly witch who fills Christmas stockings with sweets for good children and coal for bad children. Many people also use this date for gift exchange instead of December 25, so don’t be disappointed if by Christmas day your host has not placed a wrapped box bearing your name under the tree.
Travel by train to Rome and other cities in Italy, where you can expect to experience new holiday traditions. Trenitalia train tickets can be purchased for travel between any domestic destination and are conveniently available as e-tickets.
Celebrating the New Year with Scottish dances, burning fireballs, chilling rivers and more
Scotland is world renowned for its end of year celebrations called Hogmanay, where you can enjoy the transition to the New Year with thousands of merrymakers who make the trip annually. It’s where you can attend a massive party, dance all night in a traditional Ceilidh and plunge in icy waters the next day. With BritRail’s Low Season Discount, you have an additional reason to make it to the celebrations throughout Scotland as you now save up to 20% off the regular price of a BritRail Pass.
Hogmanay represents Scotland’s New Year’s Eve and the celebrations around the New Year. It’s a typical Scottish thing and since it’s been celebrated for centuries, there’s a huge heritage attached to it, which surely contributes to the fame of the event. Edinburgh will host quite possibly the largest party you’ll ever attend. Over 80,000 people from around the world are expected to welcome 2014 at this year’s Street Party. Artists are invited to perform on stage and when the clock hits midnight, a huge fireworks display turns the event into an unforgettable moment.
You can also decide to dance your way to the New Year by attending a Hogmanay Ceilidh, which is a gathering where participants take part in traditional Scottish folk dances. One of the most popular Ceilidh during New Year’s Eve is the The Keilidh. Being held in an exclusive area of the Street Party, The Keilidh is likely the biggest outdoor dance event in the UK. Grab a BritRail Pass and reach Edinburgh out of London by train in as little as 4 hours and 22 minutes.
But, Edinburgh is not the only city holding activities during Hogmanay. Stonehaven, for instance, puts on a hot show with its spectacular Fireball Ceremony where participants light up the streets and swing around giant fireballs as they march through town. Accompanied by drummers and pipers, they walk towards the harbour where they throw their blazing balls into the sea. Stonehaven can be reached by train from Edinburgh as you head north towards Aberdeen, which is a few stations away.
Then on January 1st, you can join hundreds of courageous souls as they take the plunge into the freezing waters of River Forth. The Loony Dook is the final stage of the Dookers Parade through South Queensferry. The walk features pipers, lots of entertainment and finally an insane act of bravery from those looking to clear their head from last night’s excesses. Reach South Queensferry by getting off at the Dalmeny train station, which station is about 10 kilometers away from Edinburgh’s city center.
And finally, you’ll want to bring some luck to your friends, family and maybe even strangers by being the first person to enter their home on New Year’s Day. This custom is called “First footing” and is a throwback to the days of the Vikings. The legend states that a dark haired stranger arriving at your doorstep with a symbolic gift (usually whisky or shortbread, but coal or salt is also accepted) will bring good luck to the house for the whole year.
Purchase a BritRail Low Season Discount Pass before February 15, 2014 to receive up to 20% off the regular price. A BritRail Pass allows you to reach Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Stonehaven and other destinations in Scotland where you can enjoy Hogmanay. In addition, the pass allows you to travel to train stations in England and Wales.
Celebrating its 12th sensational year in London, STOMP is now fresher, faster and funnier than ever before.
Check out one of London’s hottest shows this season and get a discount with BritRail‘s special offer. STOMP puts on display a cast of eight performers with high energy bouncing, romping & stomping around using everyday objects such as plastic bags, trash cans, lighters, bin lids and even the kitchen sink to hammer out an explosively feel good rhythm. This clever theatrical and musical presentation includes new routines, new choreography and new music that is sure to please and amaze all audiences.
For a limited time only, BritRail Passholders can benefit from this 2 for 1 offer when booking directly through the box office. You receive a pair of tickets for £52.50*, dropping the unit price of each ticket to £26,25.
Follow these three easy steps to book your tickets:
1. Call the theatre at 08448 112 334, visit www.stomponline.com or the box office website to book your tickets.
2. Use the promo code RAIL2FOR1 online or over the phone to get the 2 for 1 discount.
3. Present your valid BritRail Pass at the box office and collect your discounted tickets.
This offer is available on Stomp performances on Mondays, Thursdays and Sundays at the Ambassador Theatre from now until February 13, 2014. The offer is not available between December 16, 2013 and January 5, 2014.
The Ambassador Theatre is located near the Leicester Square tube station and the Charing Cross train station.
This offer is only valid upon presentation of a valid BritRail Pass and is not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Tickets are subject to availability. ACP Rail International is not responsible for booking, availability or issuing of this offer; please contact STOMP at the Ambassadors Theatre directly. Bookable through the box office direct only.
Up to 20% off Eurail Global and Select Passes
As we’re approaching the time for giving, the Eurail Off Peak Promotion gets us in the spirit with an awesome offer that arrives just in time for the holiday shopping season. Look no further, because with the Eurail Pass, you have the ultimate gift idea for yourself or the world-travelers you know and love!
Starting November 1, save up to 20% off regular prices when you purchase a Eurail Global or Eurail Select Pass. This offer is valid on Adult, Child, Youth and Saver fares, where a Eurail Saver Pass provides an additional 15% off for groups of 2 to 5 traveling together.
Visiting Europe during the off peak season allows you to see your favorite countries under a different light as you discover local winter traditions, try out a delicious Swiss fondue in Lucerne or take gorgeous shots of a snow covered Eiffel Tower in Paris. Of course, you can also opt to avoid the snow altogether by escaping to Malaga or Naples!
The choice is yours thanks to the flexibility of the Eurail Pass. Travel on high speed trains around Europe and enjoy all the benefits such as comfortable seats, relaxing rides between destinations and scenic journeys.
Save with the Eurail Pass Off Peak Promotion on two of Eurail’s most popular passes:
- Eurail Global Pass
With this pass, you gain access to trains in 24 European countries which include: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey. Eurail Global Passes are available with validities from 15 days, up to 3 months of consecutive access to trains. You can also get a flexible pass which lets you pick and choose 10 or 15 days of travel within a 2 month period.
- Eurail Select Pass
Select 3, 4 or 5 neighboring countries in Europe and travel within those countries. The eligible countries are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Montenegro, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey. The Eurail Select Pass is valid for 5 to 15 days of flexible travel within a 2 month period.
The Eurail Off Peak Promotion is on sale until December 31, 2013. Get your promotional Eurail Pass today and you can use it to travel anytime before March 31, 2014.
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