Using a smartphone to plan your European trip by train has become easier and cheaper since the launch of the Rail Planner App. Originally conceived for InterRail and Eurail Pass holders, the Rail Planner App ensures that pass holders and other rail travellers have offline European timetable information at hand whilst avoiding expensive roaming costs.
InterRail is the freedom to decide when to leave, to pack light and to be standing in front of friends just twenty-four hours later. It’s about having the freedom to find a beautiful place to stop for a while, and to walk around without guides or a defined programme.
Eurail Pass remains a timeless and treasured product.
Eurail Group G.I.E., the organization dedicated to the marketing and management of the Eurail pass products, announced that the Eurail Italy Pass is the second most popular Eurail pass sold in 2011, indicating that Italy remains one of the most appealing European countries to visit for passengers traveling by rail.
Eurail Group G.I.E., the organisation dedicated to the marketing and management of the InterRail Pass, reports positive full year sales results for the fifth year running. Over 248,000 Europeans explored Europe by rail and enjoyed travelling with InterRail Passes in 2011.
Young students from BosniaHerzegovina, Kosovo and Serbia are travelling this summer with InterRail Passes.
Eurail Group G.I.E. will be conducting marketing seminars in New Delhi and Mumbai. This is the first time Eurail Group will organize a marketing campaign in India, which indicates its great enthusiasm and confidence in tapping into this currently unexplored market.
Eurail Group is proud to present the Japanese and Korean version of the popular website: Eurailtravel.com. Going live on the 13th April. 2010, Eurail hopes to entice more Asian travellers to choose Eurail so that they can experience the freedom of discovering Europe by rail.
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The Eurail Group G.I.E. is swiftly expanding by inviting the Chinese market to discover the European continent by train.