What are rail passes?
Can you elaborate on Eurailpass, Europass and Interrail Pass?
Explain the rail passes?
Jan 8th, 2008 03:20
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Rail passes allow you the convenience of hopping on from one train to
another, unlimited number of times in a 24 hour period. But in reality,
you still have to make a reservation for a seat on the high-speed trains
(TGV in France, ESI in Italy, SBB in Switzerland). Overnight travel can
be endured in a seat, with the option of a sleeper, called a couchette
costing additional money. Rail passes can be broadly classified as
Eurailpass, Europass or Interrail Pass. Others like ScanRail Pass for
Scandinavian countries and Benelux Tourrail Pass for Belgium, the
Netherlands and Luxembourg are examples of specific multinational passes.
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