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November 28, 2006

Eurail Adds New Countries to its Rail Pass Range

More Options for Customers to Explore Europe in Depth.

UTRECHT, Netherlands, November 28 -- The Eurail group G.I.E. is offering its customers even more choice in European rail travel by increasing its product range to include new passes and country combinations from 2007.

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PHOTO: Regional train Lisboa - Cascais. PHOTO LOCATION - UTRECHT, NETHERLANDS. (Source: EURAIL GROUP G.I.E.)

Eurail's popular National Pass range, offering travellers the possibility to discover a single country in depth, will have more countries in its portfolio with Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg), Croatia, Ireland, Italy and Portugal available from January 1, thereby increasing the total number of passes to 15.

In addition, the Eurail Regional Pass, created three years ago to allow unlimited travel in two bordering countries, will also have new countries combinations on offer. In 2007, customers will be able to choose Austria and Hungary or Italy and Spain in addition to the 16 other passes already available.

In addition to the Eurail National and Regional Passes, Eurail continues to offer the Eurail Select Pass, valid for 3, 4 or 5 bordering countries chosen by the traveller, as well as the original Eurailpass (renamed to Eurail Global Pass), covering a total of 18 countries, for people wishing to discover as much of Europe as possible.

The Eurail Group comprises 27 railways and shipping lines, as well as several bonus partners.


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