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Eurail pass - Rail Europe - Budget travel - Italy Pass

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I purchased an Italy pass for my children and I, and I highly recommend anybody who is considering buying any pass to do a lot of comparison.

Eurail was my first option as I purchased our pass from them in 2010. But, when I went to buy the pass after 10 days it had gone up about $120. Eurail raises its prices every 5-10 days, starting at $650 and this week $780.

I went to 4 companies and put the same options and prices varied from $650 to $800.

I ended up buying it through Rail Europe this time for $652 compared to $780 Eurail.

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