Austria

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    So you’ve identified your peak experience and you’re ready to book Austria.

    Just think of all the time you’ll spend relaxing in a comfortable train car instead of driving a rented car along mountainous roads. And the stress reduction starts right now. Simply fill out some basic information and we’ll do the rest, researching all available train schedules and providing instant pricing to help you choose. You can even compare travel options like city-to-city tickets or more flexible country passes. It’s all answered here. So let’s get that perfect trip to the Alps booked.

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    Number of Travelers
    Adults
    (26+)
    Youth
    (12-25)
    Children
    (4-11)
    Seniors
    (60 +)

    Why not see all the highpoints in the region?

    A rail pass is a great way to see everything in the area with more flexibility and less up-front planning. Choose from passes that include Germany, the Czech Republic and other neighboring countries. And money saving? Let’s just say you can broaden your horizons without narrowing your wallet.

    Wait! Do I need a reservation for my train trip?

    Feel free to hop on and off Austrian trains without reservations using your pass. But reservations are recommended when traveling on international trains between countries. And they are required when taking an overnight or international day train to Italy. Reservations are at an additional cost and can be requested within 90 days of your travel date.

    IN THE SPOTLIGHT
    Girls on the train view their cell phone

    International cell phones. Smooth operating.

    Why wouldn’t you get an international cell phone that you know will work in 140 countries, or buy a global phone card from a company you know? …A company you trust?...A company that won’t leave you hanging?

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