Eurostar is launching a new, lower and simpler Pass holder fare for all Interrail travellers, having joined Eurail Group. Interrail Pass holders looking to discover multiple destinations as they hop on and off Europe’s rail network can secure Eurostar seats from £23 one way in Standard class with their Interrail Pass.
Travelling through Europe by train has never been easier, now that Eurail Group GIE has launched the Rail Planner App designed to assist Eurail and InterRail Pass holders. Rail Planner App is free and offers everything pass holders need to successfully plan and execute their rail journey by providing offline timetable information for international European trains and connections.
Utrecht, the Netherlands – acknowledged as the ticket to “fun, freedom and adventure” by travelers across Europe, the InterRail Pass has been enabling unlimited train travel for 40 years.
Next year will mark a significant milestone for the Eurail Group as the InterRail brand celebrates its 40th anniversary. Hailed as the ticket to fun by countless travellers across Europe, InterRail Passes have been enabling safe, cost effective and reliable train travel for decades.
Eurail Group G.I.E., the organisation dedicated to the marketing and management of the InterRail Passes, reports positive full year sales results for 2010: 244,000 Europeans enjoyed the freedom of travelling with InterRail and InterRail Pass sales increased 6.2% compared to 2009.
Preceded by students and young globetrotters, mature travellers have discovered that the InterRail Pass offers a comfortable and economical way to explore Europe by train.
After being the number one European train pass for youth travellers for decades, InterRail launches a special pass for 60+ travellers in January 2010, allowing senior travellers to explore the continent by train.