Rail Europe is offering 10% savings on the 5-days or 20% off the 10-days German Rail Passes for travel over a one-month time period. Book by April 29, 2014 for travel now through May 31, 2014 and explore Germany’s cosmopolitan cities, charming villages and beautiful countryside via the country’s extensive rail system.
If you’re thinking about visiting Germany, Rail Europe makes a suggestion. Don’t just visit it: see it. Really see it by taking the train because even the most beautifully engineered German car in the world, and there are many, can’t take you to as many places, as fast, as the Deutsche Bahn (DB) can.
Germany’s varied terrain and multi-faceted charms make train travel an ideal way to immerse yourself in its culture instead of just flying through it. Whether your enticement is its spectacular mountains, quaint villages, or some of the most cosmopolitan cities on earth. The train doesn’t just leave you in the center of things, but lets you go to the hinterlands while doing something even more magnificent – take your eyes off the road.
So why make your travel plans with Rail Europe?
Because only Rail Europe has a direct connection to the DB system, providing live availabilities and instant confirmation for all trains in Germany, as well as e-tickets. Plus Rail Europe offers tickets for international trains between Germany and France, Switzerland, Italy and more.
They offer the same full range of fares as if you were in Germany, and a price guarantee to make sure you get the lowest price. So what are the differences between booking with Rail Europe and getting tickets or passes elsewhere? Let’s start with stress-free and budget-friendly travel, online exchange, guaranteed seats and booking in English, French or Spanish.
In addition, Rail Europe also gives you the best tools to help you choose between train tickets, rail passes and activities using the multi-city search, Pass Finder and Activity Wizard options, as well as a comprehensive rail help section to answer any questions you may have about traveling by train – before, during and after your trip. Plus, they have a handy iPhone App and mobile site to assist those who are always on the go.
And still, there’s more. Rail Europe is more than a unified booking experience for Germany. It’s a Single Stop for European Rail Travel, combining the maps, schedules and fares for over 50 different train companies across Europe, creating one stop to plan and book your trip.