Hawaii Mom Blog: How Would You Visit Europe - by Plane or Train?




May 12, 2015

How Would You Visit Europe - by Plane or Train?

Disclosure: The below is a sponsored post on behalf of Rail Europe.

One of my dreams is to visit Europe one day, and I've heard that traveling by train through Europe is one of the best ways to get around and visit different countries throughout Europe.

Rail Europe offers access to over 15,000 destinations around Europe, and their website, http://www.raileurope.com.au/, makes it easy to create itineraries for a European vacation.

Through the site, you can book on different rail carriers, making it easy to travel to and from different countries throughout Europe - France, Germany, Italy, Denmark, Portugal, Turkey...I could go on and on!  They even offer passes with unlimited travel through different countries at one fixed price!

I have yet to visit Europe, but I love taking the train, especially when visiting new countries.  My husband and I toured an Asian country by train one year, and it was the easiest, most relaxing way to travel (no need to worry about driving on the different side of the road!). We could relax, enjoy the scenery, and the train stops were right in the heart of both big cities as well as smaller ones.

How would you visit Europe - by plane or train?

Take this survey, and you could also enter to win a Eurail global pass 1st class valid for 2 people, worth 1662 AUD.

For more information on Rail Europe destinations and prices, visit http://www.raileurope.com.au/.

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