During the dates of July 4 - August 1, we plan on visiting the following cities in France:
Paris - Giverny - Rouen - Caen - Bayeux - Mont St. Michel - Tours - Amboise - Toul - Nancy - Metz - Kaiserslautern (Germany).
Would a France Rail Pass through RailEurope be the most economical way to travel?
Would a France Rail Pass allow us to visit all of these cities?
For example, if we used the pass on one day, would we be able to start in Paris, then visit Giverny, Rouen and then end up in Caen all in the same day? Another example would be starting in Caen, then travelling to Bayeux, then ending in Mont St. Michel all in the same day?
Would we have to make reservations for seats? We are unsure of what to do in addition to buying the actual rail passes.
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