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Old 24.06.2011, 18:43
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Sweet deal by rail for those living at DE border towns

EUR7 a day for 30 days unlimited travel within DE, this is a special pass with no conditions attached - no ifs and buts..

http://www.bahnreisen24.com/frauen-f...bestellen.html

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Re: Sweet deal by rail for those living at DE border towns

It's a pass that costs Euro 249 for 26 years old and under and Euro 299 for the rest.
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Re: Sweet deal by rail for those living at DE border towns

Still worth it - considering the falling EUR and a month GA equivalent for the entire Germany.
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Re: Sweet deal by rail for those living at DE border towns

In German, the DB 1 month pass:

Deutsche Bahn Deutschland-Pass


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1 months through Germany
For example, for only 99, - € to 18 years for all
Decide today to Munich, to Berlin tomorrow and the day after tomorrow to Hamburg, Germany with the pass you're a month in Germany and can move spontaneously at any time, which city you would like to discover the next day.

Get your now-Germany Pass, which is maximal within the validity period of one months valid, and you make this summer at a summer full of experiences. Travel between 18.06. 31/08/2012 for a month and the second as often in the Class across Germany. Also in the ICE.

The Germany-Pass, you get the 18.6. - 08.24.2012. Please specify when ordering your age, the name (both names on 2 people sharing) and the number of own children in your party. Family Children under 15 travel for free, if you were registered with the purchase of the pass (except for Germany passport to 18 years).
EUR299 single person from 27 yo ( EUR449 for 2 persons in this age bracket / or family with 2 kids )

The pass is personalised, and valid up to border stations eg:

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Österreich: Freilassing – Salzburg*

(Rosenheim –) Kiefersfelden – Kufstein*

„Außerfernbahn“ (Kempten –) Pfronten-Steinach – Reutte (Tirol) – Grießen (Obb.) (– Garmisch-P)

Schweiz: Singen – Schaffhausen – Erzingen (Baden)

nach Basel Bad Bf

Frankreich: (Winden –) Schweighofen – Wissembourg

Polen: (Züssow –) Ahlbeck – Swinoujscie Centrum

(Zittau –) Hirschfelde – Krzewina Zgorzelecka – Hagenwerder (– Görlitz)
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