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Eurail Austria-Croatia-Slovenia Pass

Three fascinating and diverse countries. One complete rail pass

SloveniaExplore the length and breadth of three fascinating European countries at a leisurely pace. With the Eurail Austria-Croatia-Slovenia Pass, make use of travel days all in a row, or scattered throughout a two-month period. Slovenia and Croatia (once part of Yugoslavia) are two of Europe’s best-kept secrets, boasting spectacular countryside and coastlines.Austria 1Travel to 1,000-year old Bled, once considered the most beautiful “health spa” of the Austrian empire. Its lovely climate, lakes, and thermal springs attract recreational buffs from all over the world. In Croatia, begin your travel in the capital of Zagreb and then head to the sparkling Adriatic with its pristine beaches for some fun in the sun. Pair this journey with a trip to melodious Austria, home to Mozart, the Vienna Boys Choir, and the von Trapp Family (not to mention the setting for “The Sound of Music.”)

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Here’s what you get:

  • Unlimited train travel on the national rail networks in Austria, Croatia, and Slovenia.
  • Choice of 4, 5, 6, 8 or 10 days of unlimited train travel within a 2-month period.
  • Travel days may be used consecutively or non-consecutively.
  • Free map with pass.

Discounted offers:

  • Discount for travelers under 26 years of age.
  • Discount for 2 to 5 people traveling together.
  • Up to 2 children (ages 4-11) ride free with each adult traveler.

Reservation Requirements with a Eurail Austria-Croatia-Slovenia Pass:

Croatia 1This pass covers trains that are operated by the national railways of each country listed on the pass.

Feel free to hop on and off most trains in Austria, Croatia and Slovenia. When traveling with a Eurail Austria-Croatia-Slovenia Pass, travelers may be required to purchase a reservation for some trains including international and overnight trains.Travelers with a rail pass may be required to purchase a special reservation for the portion of the journey that isn’t covered by their rail pass.

Reservations are an additional cost and can be requested within 90 days of your travel date.

  • Reservations are required when taking the some trains between Zagreb/Rijeka/Osijek/Cakovek in Croatia and overnight trains.
  • Reservations are recommended when traveling on high-speed trains like the Railjet within Austria, which are popular and can fill up quickly.
  • Most regional trains within Austria, Croatia and Slovenia do not require reservations. You can simply board with your rail pass and take any open seat.

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At Distant Lands we issue your pass on the spot.

If you would like more information contact Susan Hickman at 626 449-3220 or E-Mail: Susan@distantlands.com

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The Eurail Austria Pass: The sound of music and…

Austria RailComfort. Relaxation. And it all comes together with the Eurail Austria Pass. It gives you extensive travel on the national rail network of Austria, with your choice of first or second class travel for 3, 4, 5, or 8 days of rail travel within a one-month period. This pass offers saverpass discounts for 2 or more traveling together and you can also decide whether you’d prefer your travel days to be consecutive or non-consecutive.

Austria ChurchIt’s no wonder that the majority of adventurers to Austria prefer to do so with an Austria Rail Pass. Breathtaking scenery notwithstanding, a train journey allows affordable flexibility and accessibility — while eliminating language barriers, local transit ticket counters, and high gas prices. And your rail pass has additional benefits to make your travel even more seamless, like transit on some InterCity Bus routes that may require reservations and a day of use on your pass, discounts on select ferries, hotels and audio city guides. See the cities and sites you’ve always imagined: like Vienna — one of Europe’s cultural capitals, located on the banks of the Danube. A romantic’s dream destination, Vienna was home to Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Johann Strauss. And, cultural connoisseurs won’t want to miss Museums Quartier, one of the largest cultural complexes in the world. No trip to Austria is complete without a stop in Salzburg, a city of incomparable architectural beauty. (Did we mention it was also where “The Sound of Music” was filmed?)

You know, it’s true what they say…those hills are alive. But the breathtaking scenery of Austria? It will remind you that you are too. The Eurail Austria pass.

For more information contact: Susan Hickman at 626 449-3220 or susan@distantlands.com