50% Discount on One-Way High Speed Train Tickets for Travel Between
Cities in France-Germany-Belgium-Netherlands
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Jan. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Rail Europe's Going Going
Gone Thalys Special offers 50% off one-way regular fare tickets on most Thalys
train routes. This high-speed train connects the European cities of Paris,
Brussels, Amsterdam, Antwerp and Cologne. And now, there's something else
uniting them -- the opportunity to save significant money visiting all of
them. Tickets must be booked on www.raileurope.com, by February 28, 2009 for
travel through March 31, 2009.
Thalys offers you the opportunity to connect to as many as 17 cities with
over 50 round trips a day. It takes just 90 minutes to go from downtown Paris
to downtown Brussels, making the service convenient as well as fast.
Rail Europe's North American sales of high speed trains increased by +5%
in 2008 compared to the previous year. The growth clearly demonstrates the
growing popularity of trains as the fast, convenient and socially responsible
mode of transportation for visitors to Europe.
Rail Europe, the largest distributor of European rail products in North
America, encourages you to make train travel a part of your European travel
experience. The company celebrates over 75 years as a leader in European
travel and believes that the spirit of train travel is about enjoying the
simple pleasures, respecting the environment and connecting with people,
places and cultures
For more information or to book any of Rail Europe's wide range of
economical railpasses and point-to-point tickets on trains throughout Europe,
consult a travel agent or log on to Rail Europe's web site, www.raileurope.com
or call Rail Europe at 1-888-382-7245 (U.S.) or 1-800-361-7245 (Canada).
To book rail for groups of 10 or more, please contact our Group
Department at www.raileurope.com/group-travel/group-travel.html.
For further information:
For further information: Samina Sabir, Public Relations Manager for Rail
Europe, +1-914-989-3385, firstname.lastname@example.org