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25
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Lost your bag on a Eurail train?

We hopped off the train at the last station and dropped our bags at our feet, glancing around to check that we had everything. Yes, everything was in order … Except that I seemed to have misplaced my iPod case, a small zip-up pouch I’d bought in Turkey. Thinking back, I remembered pulling it out […]

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Tip 10: Seasonal sales

Look for special deals. Although the Eurail organisation closely controls ticket prices, they do offer occasional discounts.

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13
2009

Tip 9: Plan a little

The Eurail Pass gives you the ability to jump on and off any train which can lead to spontanious decisions with divine results. But if it doesn’t work out, you might get stranded in a town for a few hours more than you bargained for. Or you might arrive in a seedy station late at night. You don’t want to spend your European vacation admiring the train stations’ architecture. Or then again, you might. I don’t know.

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