Rail Europe, the worldwide leader of train tickets and rail passes distribution has made family travel quite affordable with a new promotion.
Families travelling with rail passes to visit Europe, now have access to free rail travel for children. This offer is available for Eurail Passes, the Swiss Travel Pass, German Rail Pass and BritRail Pass.
Travelling by train is the easiest and possibly the most comfortable way to discover Europe. With the great new deal for children, rail passes are now an additional incentive to use the train.
New in 2015, up to two children between the ages of 4 and 11 can travel for free with an adult who is a holder of a Eurail Global Pass, Eurail Select pass, Eurail Regional Pass and Eurail One Country Pass.
Families travelling with kids under the age of 16 in Switzerland can book a Swiss Travel Pass and save with the Swiss Family Card, which allows children 6 to 15 years of age to travel free when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The card is free, simply request one at the time you purchase your Swiss Travel Pass.
The German Rail Pass offers a free child travel for up to two children aged 6 to 11 accompanied by their parents.
For several BritRail Pass products, one child aged 5 to 15 can travel free with an adult on a BritRail Family Pass. All additional children ages 5 to 15 will receive a special reduced rate.
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