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Spain: New High Speed Train

Madrid to Valencia in 95 minutes Spain launched a new high-speed train between Valencia and Madrid that has cut travel time from nearly four hours to just 1 hour and 35 minutes. The Alta Velocidad Española, or AVE, will reach speeds of up to 205 miles /hour and run every hour in each direction at...
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‘Tis the Holiday Season!

Holiday festivities not to miss in Europe If you’re heading to Europe this holiday season be sure to check out these authentic festivities.  Beyond this short list, there are Christmas markets galore throughout Europe, perfect for gift shopping and tasting local specialties. Santa’s Workshop in Finland: Rovaniemi is the capital of Lapland in Finland, located...
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FAQ – What’s the difference between a Eurail and InterRail Pass?

There is one big difference between a Eurail Pass and an InterRail Pass, and that is Eurail Passes are for sale to non European residents and InterRail Passes are only for sale to European residents. Then there are some differences in the products offered. For example, the Eurail Global Pass offers travel in 21 countries,...
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Norway and Sweden Rail Passes

Offer up great value on border-crossing trains Eurail Passes (and InterRail Passes for European residents) for Norway and Sweden are also valid on select direct border crossing trains, making for great cross boarder travel opportunities.  It’s generally known that a rail pass is valid on the national railway company within the pass country, such as...
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The Europe Rail Pass

Enjoy the most flexibility possible… Eurail Passes allow you to explore Europe by train, while benefiting from the value and flexibility that only a rail pass can offer.  Before planning your next trip to Europe, be sure to consider these top 5 things to know about the Europe Global Pass. Eurail Global Pass You can...
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Summer Vacation Destination: Italy

High speed trains offer frequent service Train travel is certainly the most convenient and relaxing way to get around Italy, especially if you want to avoid driving while figuring out road directions, lining up to pay highway tolls, and parking in Italy’s big cities. Trenitalia trains cover Italy’s rail network spanning over 16,000 km, with...
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