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Eurail Deal: Free Extra Day
Book this Eurail Pass by April 29, 2015 and enjoy an additional day of train travel absolutely free. Explore more! Please note: the extra free day is already included in the validity options offered on this page.Read the Terms and Conditions
Offer is valid for bookings made on or before 5:00pm ET on April 29, 2015. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases. The extra free day of travel is already included in the validity options listed on this page.
Eurail Croatia Pass: Old country, new way
Breathtaking Croatia is a country you’ll want to absorb instead of navigate, making the Eurail Croatia Pass so perfect. It gives you extensive travel on the national rail network of Croatia, with your choice of first or second class travel for 3, 4, 6 or 8 days of rail travel within a one-month period. Saverpass discounts available for 2 or more traveling together. You can also decide whether you’d prefer those travel days to be consecutive or non-consecutive travel.
A budget-stretching Croatia Pass shelters you from the stress of airports and the high gas prices of driving while helping eliminate the difficulties of navigating a foreign language, a foreign currency and an ever-changing conversion rate.
Most people don’t think of Croatia when they think of old Europe, but they should. It’s a quintessential European experience. From the 1,200 islands scattered across the warm Adriatic Sea, to its stunning architecture, Croatia is a traveler’s delight.
Take the train in Croatia to some of the best kayaking and white-water rafting anywhere, as well as incredible rock climbing along the limestone sea cliffs. Croatia’s rail also exposes inland wonders that are not to be outdone. In Split, you’ll discover Diocletian’s Palace. And Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, is a charming medieval town. It’s also a place to put your pass to work between train trips, for discounts at selected hotels.
The Eurail Croatia Pass. It lets you enjoy the journey as well as the local flavor. If that doesn’t sound like the reason you traveled, what does?