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Nov 23, 2011 - 6:55 PM
hello guys
i am a 23 years old girl and a freelancer by profession. i have dream to spend my honeymoon with my husband fortunately i am getting married on 25 feb 2012 :-)
i want to leave for europe tour on 21 march. my plan is to visit amsterdam first, then switzerland geneva, then paris and ultimately barcelona. i have all the information about the hotels and reservations as well as about flight from my regional area (pakistan) to all these countries but traveling through airline is costing me high and i think i would need to leave one of these countries.
i read about eurial trains and passes. can someone guide me how can i use them. is it valid for all Europe? including all these countries and once i will purchase the pass, i would not need to pay any extra amount for tickets etc?
and can someone guide me with the distance and traveling hours/days which will involve in traveling from one region to other?

also can i use my eurial europe pas for travelling in nationwide areas like Zurich-Geneva in switzerland???

looking for assistance badly :-):-):-)
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Nov 24, 2011 - 2:16 PM

Hi swiftcult22! First of all, congratulations on your upcoming marriage. It's great that you get to spend part of your honeymoon in Switzerland. Since you'll be visiting several European countries, one of the Eurail passes may suit your needs indeed. I think it's best to check the Eurail Pass page first to see which variants are available. Each detail page tells how the pass works, including lists of features and discounts for Switzerland. A 4 country Eurail Select Pass may be an option for you.

Genrally, a Eurail Pass provides free traveling on national train networks. Local train lines and mountain transportation are often discounted or not included at all. Just take a look at the list of features and the links to further information on the page I mentioned.

The Swiss timetable provides information on all trips within, to and from Switzerland. Dutch, French and Spanish timetables are available too.
I hope this helps you choose!

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