Regional and One-Country Promotional Passes come with more time to explore Europe

UTRECHT, The Netherlands, March 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Eurail is providing all its early-bird planners with an extra rail travel day. From March 1st through April 30th, all Regional and One-Country Passes will come with one free additional travel day and the flexibility to begin the journey any time within six months of the purchase date.

The Eurail One Country Pass gives travelers the perfect opportunity to become acquainted with the diversity and culture of a particular European country, with a list of 20 nations to choose from. The Eurail Regional Pass is valid for travel in two bordering European countries, with 25 country possibilities to fill an itinerary.

For travelers who want to see even more of Europe, Eurail is also offering extra travel days for Global Passes purchased through the end of March. Passengers can enjoy up to five free days of rail travel with their Global Passes, which offer access to 28 countries.

“With Eurail, nearly all of Europe is at a traveler’s fingertips – and, for now, with extra free travel days. This means that Eurail passengers can meet more people, see more sights, and enjoy more activities on their European rail adventure”, says Silvia Gorlach, Eurail’s Sales and Marketing Manager.

In addition to the free-day promotions, Eurailers of all ages can take advantage of recent updates to the product portfolio, which include the first-class Youth Pass and the Family Concept. The latter allows up to two children 11 and younger to travel for free with an Adult Pass holder.

Eurail Passes are available from a worldwide network of Authorized General Sales Agents and on www.eurail.com. For more information please visit: http://www.eurailgroup.org/eurail-vendors.

Eurail Group G.I.E., the organization dedicated to the marketing and management of the Eurail and Interrail passes, is wholly owned by 30 participating railways and shipping companies. In addition, the group has many benefit partners, including hotels, transport companies and museums, which offer their services either at a reduced rate or free of charge to rail pass holders.

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