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Where Can You Go And What Can You Do With A Eurail Pass? | ISIC New Zealand

It's no secret that Europe is best done by rail! Find out exactly where you can go throughout the great continent with a Eurail Pass!

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You might have heard from EuroTrip to "relax, Paris is practically a suburb of Berlin, it's a nothing commute", however even we can confirm that the continent is bigger than you might think! With a seemingly endless number of ways of transporting yourself around and seeing the sights, it can be difficult to know the best way to see and do it all, yet alone know where to start. We think eurailing is the way to go. This is the best way to have the quintessential European holiday, either solo or with your new best travel pals!

Fortunately for you, our friends over at Eurailing Packages are providing all ISIC, IYTC, and ITIC cardholders with $100 off all of their packages! See below for more information regarding Eurailing Packages and European rail travel in general. For more information regarding Eurailing Packages, please click here.

 

How Eurail works
The Eurail Pass is a unique train ticket which provides you with an accessible and affordable way to visit up to 29 European countries. Able to be customised depending on how long you want to travel for and how many countries you would like to visit, this is an easy and cost effective way to have that quintessential European adventure you have always dreamt of.
 

Should I get a Eurail Pass or a Eurail Package?
Well, it's up to you! If you're a seasoned traveller or holiday-maker and you're comfortable making plans as you go and not knowing where you'll be sleeping each night, then by all means, a Eurail Pass is probably suitable for you. However, if you want to leave all of this hard work behind for someone else who has looked after this for years upon years, and has glowing testimonials from clients, then a Eurailing Package is for you. Let's face it, the last thing you want to be doing while enjoying your holiday is jumping on a booking portal to find some accommodation for the night. Eurailing Packages aim "to make Interrailing easy and accessible to all by providing complete rail, accommodation and support packages which take the hassle out of travel".

Who can use a Eurail Pass?
You may have heard of Interrailing before. It is important to remember the difference between the two. Luckily for all of us, it's really easy to explain. Interrailing is for European citizens and Eurailing is for everyone else. Simple!

Where can I purchase a Eurail Package?
There are many places to buy one online, however the best place to purchase a Eurail pass from home before you're out and out on your travels is through Eurailing Packages. They're based in Ireland and they're the region's leading provider of European rail and accommodation packages, however we think they're perfect for you as they offer a boutique tailored service to every client, and their 24/7 customer support is second to none. For further information regarding Eurailing Packages, please click here.

Where can Eurail passes be used?
Your Eurail pass will allow you to travel throughout the following 29 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. 

A Eurail pass combined with a package is a superb way to delve into as much of the European continent as you would like to, without needing to worry about where you will be sleeping every night!


Much of the above information has come from Eurailing Packages themselves and is subject to change. For the most up to date information, please check with them directly

All discounts are correct at time of publishing this article and are subject to change without notice. Please always check here for the latest information. Some offers are part of the ISIC Australia & New Zealand Frequent Values Partnership. For cards issued outside of Australia or New Zealand please visit our International Cardholders information here to find out more about accessing the ISIC Frequent Values Program.

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