Eurail Adds Countries!

Old Nov 5th, 2004, 12:12 PM
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Eurail Adds Countries!

Eurailpasses will, starting in 2005, pass in Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Serbia, along with Romania, which was added in 2004. Though the 17-country classic Eurailpass will not extend coverage to these countries, the Eurail Select Pass, where you can chose your own 3, 4 or 5 countries, will include them - with Slovenia and Croatia being one country for these purposes, and Serbia, Bulgaria and Montenegro another one. Other Eurail news: a new Eurail product brand, "Regional Passes", including Austra and Czech Rep, Austira, Slovenia and Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia, Italy and Greece, Germany and denmark - these join the Benelux-Germany, Romania-Hungry, France-Spain, Italy-France, France-Switz, and Switz-Austria passes launched in the past few years. The new few country passes can usually be bought in 2nd class as well as first regardless of age. Other news:Grimaldi ferries between Italy and spain joins the Eurail-valid boat fleets.
No price increase in 2005 for classic Eurailpasses- minor increase for Eurail Select Passes.
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Old Nov 8th, 2004, 10:45 AM
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topping.... surely to be of interest to various readers here.

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Thanks for the heads up, PalQ. Looks like more options to choose from for travel in the east.
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Thanks as well. We're working on the 2006 trip and this is good to know!
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Old Nov 9th, 2004, 10:42 AM
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The above pricing info comes from the Eurail gnomes in Utrecht, Holland, the group that sets all pass prices which then must be sold at those prices - no shopping around for pass prices though i've heard on e-bay some being offered at less. don't know how this works if anyone knows please say!
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