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eurorail offers

I visited eurail.com to see the offers. To get around some countries in europe since I am currently in Switzerland.

There is an offer (http://www.eurail.com/eurail-passes/...ss/3-countries) for adults which I think is suitable for me but the problem is I can not find any informaiton about 2nd class. It only has 1st class.

By the way, if you have any cheaper offer, please let me know
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Re: eurorail offers

You might want to consider European Rail passes from DB as well:

http://www.bahn.de/p/view/angebot/pa...l/preise.shtml
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Re: eurorail offers

Often organising your own is cheaper as the EURAIL passess now have a lot of trains for whihc it does not qualify such as the TGV or Eurostar
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Re: eurorail offers

Eurail is only available to people who do not live in Europe, so if you live in CH, you will not be able to buy one. Interrail is the equivalent available for people who live in Europe, and then only for countries other than where you live. As others have pointed out, there are a number of restrictions on what trains either Eurail or Interrail passes can be used for, in particular France is quite restricted in what you can use it for. For more details, take a look at Seat 61

http://www.seat61.com/Railpass-and-E...pass-guide.htm
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