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Eurail Celebrates 60 Years Of Connecting Europe By Rail With Attractive Offers For Travellers
Eurail Pass, the most flexible train travel pass, announces up to 37 percent permanent reduction in prices on all passes with more convenient travel options on offer for travelers from India and globally
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As the Indian traveller starts to plan their international travel this year, Eurail renews its commitment towards making travel in Europe more memorable and fun. To mark its 60th anniversary this year, Eurail Pass, the most flexible train travel pass, announces up to 37 percent permanent reduction in prices on all passes with more convenient travel options on offer for travellers from India and globally.
India being the third largest market in Asia, Eurail offers bespoke experiences and showcases a simplified portfolio of Passes, with specific product and pricing changes, tailored to suit every traveller. With a Eurail Pass, travellers have the freedom to choose their own track and plan their itinerary to explore the best of Europe’s cities and landscapes.
Eurail Global Pass gives travellers the perfect opportunity to become acquainted with the diversity and culture of Europe, with a list of 31 countries to choose from and numerous destinations, including Great Britain, FYR Macedonia and Lithuania, most recently included in the list of countries accessible via the Global Pass. The Eurail One Country Pass, otherwise, is the go-to option for those looking forward to exploring their favourite European country from top to bottom, and see it all up close, from the big cities to the hidden gems.
Yi Ding, Market Manager Asia, Eurail, said,“Owing to the evolved traveller mindset today, we have not only made changes in our products aptly tailored to their preferences, but also introduced an early bird promotion of 10 percent to encourage travel. We see a huge potential in the market and are confident that, working in close contact with our partners, we will be able to generate a higher level of brand awareness and impact positively on the top-of-mind recall of the Indian travellers.”
According to a survey conducted by Eurail, top countries preferred by Indian travellers include, Switzerland (28%), Germany (20%), Italy (15%) and Austria (9%) to name a few, highlighting a strong preference for Western and Southern Europe. About one-third of travellers usually tend to purchase the pass one month before their trip.
With just one rail pass, travellers of all ages can access a bevy of extra benefits and discounts along their journey, including up to 50 percent discount on City Cards at popular destinations. A complete list of pass benefits for each country is available via the free Rail Planner App, through which travellers can easily plan their journey like a local, hopping on and off trains and discovering more of Europe.