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25% Off 1st Class Swiss Pass Exclusive Rail Europe Offer In Celebration Of 25 Year Swiss Pass Anniversary

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Rail Europe Inc., the largest distributor of European rail products in North America, in partnership with Switzerland Tourism and The Swiss Travel System, offers the Anniversary Sale: 25% Off 4 & 8 Day Swiss Passes* to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Swiss Pass. From now until May 20, travelers receive a 25% discount on a First Class 4 or 8 consecutive day Swiss Pass with the purchase of the Swiss Pass Promotion.

Glacier Express train in Switzerland

For twenty five years, the Swiss Pass has provided travelers with unlimited travel on the Swiss Travel System including travel on trains, buses and boats. Travelers can enjoy transport on some of Switzerland's most scenic routes such as the Bernina Express, Glacier Express, GoldenPass Line or Wilhelm Tell Express, and public transportation in more than 75 Swiss cities. Plus, the Swiss Pass offers a 50% price reduction off most mountain railways, and free admission to more than 470 museums in Switzerland. 

The Swiss Pass also provides a family offering unique to European travel - the Swiss Family Card. The Swiss Family Card allows children under 16 to travel free of charge when traveling with a parent, plus the card is free! Simply request a Free Swiss Family Card at time of purchase.  And while you're at it, don't forget to check out the unforgettable Swiss Peak Pass, to enjoy mountain train and cable car access to 8 of Switzerland's majestic peaks. When used in conjunction with a 4 or 8 day Swiss Pass, a Swiss Peak Pass will have you standing on top of a peak in Switzerland surrounded by stunning scenery and breathtaking views.

Prices begin at $370 USD** for the 4 Day First Class Consecutive Swiss Pass. Bookings can be made by visiting Rail Europe's website at RailEurope.com or by calling Rail Europe's Contact Center.

*Offer is valid for bookings made on or before 5:00pm ET on May 20, 2014. Valid for travel from April 1- May 31, 2014. All travel must be completed by May 31, 2014. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No other Swiss Pass discounts can be combined with the offer mentioned herein. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases.


NOTE: The 4-day Swiss Peak Pass is only valid when used in conjunction with the consecutive 4-day Swiss Pass. The 8-day Swiss Peak Pass  is only valid when used with the consecutive 8-day Swiss Pass. The Swiss Peak Pass is not valid with any other Swiss Pass validities, Swiss Flexi Pass or Eurail Pass including Switzerland.


** Prices are subject to change.

About Rail Europe Inc.
Rail Europe represents more than 50 European train companies and is a one-stop shop for European rail travel planning and booking.  Rail Europe Inc. is the largest distributor of European rail products in North America, offering a wide range of passes and train tickets to North American travelers. An essential part of the vacation planning process, the company's Web site offers a user-friendly booking engine, knowledgeable experts, online rail pass finder, virtual tours, interactive maps and much more.  Rail Europe provides a worry-free, cost and time-effective and seamless travel experience by enabling customers to purchase tickets and plan travel details in advance.  Customers can also book new trips and access their travel information on the go with the company's mobile site (http://m.raileurope.com) and Rail Europe App for the iPhone and iPod touch.

For more information or to book a trip with Rail Europe, visit www.raileurope.com. Trips can also be reserved by consulting with a travel agent or calling 1-888-382-7245 (U.S.). To book rail for groups of 10 or more, please contact the Group Department at www.raileurope.com/group-travel/group-travel.html.

High-resolution photos of European trains may be downloaded by the media at downloads.raileurope.com/presspix/presspix.html.

Check out Rail Europe on Facebook (www.facebook.com/raileurope) and follow on Twitter (@RailEurope) for updates.

MEDIA CONTACT:

Jennifer Mestayer,

Melanie Albaric


Account Supervisor,

Marketing & Communications Manager


Zeno Group

Rail Europe, Inc.


212.299.8976

914-681-7232     


[email protected]

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