Deals on the German Rail Pass
Plan on traveling in Germany by October 31, 2015? Book the German Rail Pass Free Day Promotion to get 2 free days on a 10-day, and 4 free days on a 15-day pass. Plus, enjoy German activities at 20% off with coupon code OKTOBERFEST20.Read the Terms and Conditions
The German Rail Pass Free Day Promotion is valid from August 4 through 5:00 PM ET on September 29, 2015. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. Valid for travel through October 31, 2015. All travel must be completed by 11:59 pm on October 31, 2015. The German Rail Pass Free Day Promotion is non-refundable. The German Rail Pass Free Day Promotion cannot be exchanged for another promotional rail pass; however, it can be exchanged for a regularly priced German Rail Pass of equal or higher value. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases.
The 20% Off German Activities offer is valid with bookings of any German Rail Pass with coupon code OKTOBERFEST20. The maximum coupon code discount is $35 per booking. Offer is valid for the first 280 coupon codes redeemed or until the promo’s end date of 5:00 pm ET on September 29, 2015, whichever comes first. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases. One coupon code per booking may be applied.
“A man’s home is his castle.” Especially true in Germany
The saying is as old as the hills. Why not see the hills where it just may have originated? The German Rail Pass from Rail Europe gives you unlimited train travel from three to ten days. Plenty of time to frolic around the many rooms of the Schloss Neuschwanstein near Fussen, or marvel at Wartburg Castle built in 1067 AD.
And what would coming home to the castle every night be without a cold beer waiting? Sample the finest of the local breweries in Germany without having to worry about airports or driving. Perhaps most of all, the history of Germany demands to be shared.
Rail Europe can help you plan a thoughtful itinerary that lets you travel through the footsteps of times past. And don’t forget the Black Forest and Rhine Valley. There may be a lot to see when you travel n Germany, but there’s really only one way to efficiently see it all. Rail Europe.
And now the German Rail Pass covers travel to popular destinations in Brussels, Italy, Austria and the Czech Republic without buying additional country passes or tickets. Use it to travel to and from Brussels on ICE International Trains, Prague on the DB Expressbus, Kufstein and Innsbruck in Austria, and Bolzano, Verona, Bologna and Venice in Italy on DB-OBB Eurocity trains.
Please note: Children under 6 years old travel free when sharing an adult travelers accommodations.