RAIL specialists International Rail have welcomed the new enhancements introduced by Eurail for its 2015 program, with many options offering even better value for money across the network.
One that will benefit the Australian market is the new Eurail Global Flexi Pass for five days rail travel in 10 days, allowing greater flexibility for passengers who ate travelling for shorter period.
The introduction of Flexi and Consecutive German Passes by DB Bahn for 2015 has come with a promotion of 20 percent discount on all Flexi passes for five, 10-day and one month and Consecutive pass for five and 10-days.
The offer is available for adult, youth and twin passes in both First and Standard class and must be purchased by March 30 and start from $398.
It is important for Australian travellers to know that seat reservations are not included in the cost of the Eurail Passes and are compulsory on most high speed trains in Europe. Seats can often be limited in numbers, so be sure to reserve as many trains as possible in advance to avoid disappointment. International Rail is able to pre-book as many trains as required before departing Australia.
All Passes must be validated within six months of date of issue.
For a full list of new Eurail Pass options visit www.internationalrail.com.au or call International Rail on 1300-387-245.