From the beginning of next year holidaymakers who want to travel across Europe by rail will have several new options with new passes from Eurail.
From January 1st 2007 passes covering rail travel in Croatia, Ireland, Italy and Portugal will be available, as well as Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg).
Additionally, Eurail will also have two new country combinations - Austria and Hungary or Italy and Spain from next year.
"Eurail is adapting its pass range to match the way many overseas visitors travel today," said René de Groot, Eurail managing director.
"With holidays abroad getting shorter and more frequent, many travellers have less time for extended journeys throughout Europe."
For more info on Eurail
Tuesday, 28 Nov 2006