Switzerland Deluxe Pass Exclusively from Rail Europe

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., September, 2013 – Traveling to France or Switzerland this fall? Rail Europe Inc., the largest distributor of European rail products in North America, is now offering travelers the chance to explore both countries with the First Class France-Switzerland Deluxe Pass* to enjoy six days of first class train travel within a one-month period at a special discounted price. Book the First Class France-Switzerland Deluxe Pass between September 19 and October 16, 2013, and experience three days of travel in each France and Switzerland. With two very extensive rail networks and the high speed Lyria trains connecting France and Switzerland, the choices are vast.**

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In addition to first class train travel, simply show your pass to enjoy a wide selection of bonuses including free entrance to over 400 museums as well as discounts on mountain railways, cable cars and city passes in Switzerland and discounts on castles, shows, attractions, museums and city passes in France. A few highlights include Château du Clos Lucé (last residence of Leonardo Da Vinci), Futuroscope theme park, Mount Rigi rail excursion, and the Paul Klee Center. With this bevy of bonuses, your sightseeing can be as wondrous as your travel!

 

Prices begin at $399 USD *** for First Class France-Switzerland Deluxe Pass. Visit Rail Europe’s website at raileurope.com or call Rail Europe’s contact center to book and save now.

*Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No other discounts can be combined (except for qualified free shipping). Valid for bookings made on or before 5:00pm ET on October 16, 2013. Offer is limited to the first 250 passes or until the promotion’s end date of 5:00 PM ET on October 16, 2013, whichever comes first.

** NOTE: The First Class France-Switzerland Deluxe Pass includes a 3 Days in 1 month France Rail Pass and a 3 Days in 1 month Swiss Pass. The France Rail Pass is valid for travel in France and the Swiss Pass is valid for travel in Switzerland. The high speed Lyria train trains connect France and Switzerland. Travel on Lyria requires travelers with a rail pass to purchase a reservation. Travelers with the First Class France – Switzerland Deluxe Pass are eligible to purchase reservations at three price levels. Depending on the type of reservation purchased travelers may be required to use a travel day on each of their rail pass(es) as follows:

Tier (Passholder) 1: Will require a travel day to be used on the France Rail Pass and a travel day to be used on the Swiss Pass. Travel must be in first class.

Tier (Passholder) 2: Will require a travel day to be used on the France Rail Pass. Travel must be in first class.

Tier (Passholder) 3: Will require a travel day to be used on the Swiss Pass. Travel can be in first or second class.

***Prices are subject to change.

 About Rail Europe Inc.

Rail Europe represents more than 50 European train companies and is a one-stop shop for European rail travel planning and booking. Rail Europe Inc. is the largest distributor of European rail products in North America, offering a wide range of passes and train tickets to North American travelers. An essential part of the vacation planning process, the company’s Web site offers a user-friendly booking engine, knowledgeable experts, online rail pass finder, virtual tours, interactive maps and much more. Rail Europe provides a worry-free, cost and time-effective and seamless travel experience by enabling customers to purchase tickets and plan travel details in advance. Customers can also book new trips and access their travel information on the go with the company’s mobile site (http://m.raileurope.com) and Rail Europe App for the iPhone and iPod touch.

For more information or to book a trip with Rail Europe, visit www.raileurope.com. Trips can also be reserved by consulting with a travel agent or calling 1-888-382-7245 (U.S.). To book rail for groups of 10 or more, please contact the Group Department at www.raileurope.com/group-travel/group-travel.html.

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