Deals on the Eurail France-Italy Pass
European Rail Sale
Exclusive Offer: Get up to $50 off bookings of rail passes or train tickets. Enjoy great deals on train travel in France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Italy or any one of our great European destinations!
Just book by June 3, 2015 and use one of the following coupon codes:
- Use coupon code: SPRING50 to get $25 off your purchase of $600 or more
- Use coupon code: SPRING25 to get $25 off your purchase of $500 or more
- Use coupon code: SPRING10 to get $10 off your purchase of $400 or more
From May 20, 2015 through June 3, 2015 use coupon code SPRING50 to get $50 off your purchase of $600 or more. Use coupon code SPRING25 to get $25 off your purchase of $500 or more. Use coupon code SPRING10 to get $10 off your purchase of $400 or more. One coupon code per booking may be applied. No other discounts can be combined with this offer other than qualified free shipping. Minimum booking amount is required. Offer is limited to the first 1,625 bookings, or until the promotion’s end date of 5:00 pm ET on June 3, 2015, whichever comes first. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases.
France, Italy and the art of the perfect trip.
It all begins with a Eurail France-Italy Pass from Rail Europe. You’ll get unlimited train travel and see more of France and Italy. Whether it’s museum hopping in the birthplace of the renaissance, or enjoying the world’s greatest wines only feet away from soil that grew them. There’s Michelangelo’s David and DaVinci’s Mona Lisa. And of course there’s you, deciding what to do first using the great plan from Rail Europe that lets you do it all. Without stressing and complications thanks to many years of itinerary know-how that could only come from a European rail expert.
But we’re not just rail experts, we’re real experts on the real Europe. We understand the difference you walk away with when you’re not flying over the place you came to visit. Besides, who wants to miss all the local flavor, especially when it’s pasta and crepes?