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Rail Europe Launches First Class Pass    

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Good for three days each in France and Switzerland, clients can use the France-Switzerland Deluxe Pass to travel between cities like Paris and Zurich, Lyon and Geneva, or Basel and Dijon. More>>

What's New With Vacations by Rail This Winter   

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For the winter 2013-2014 season, Vacations by Rail is offering three new winter train vacations in Canada. More>>

Vacations By Rail Offers Early Booking Bonus, New Tours    

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New in 2014 are two rail-cruise combo packages with Hawaii and Panama Canal destinations.More>>

Trains Collide in Switzerland, Dozens Injured   

News By: Jena Tesse Fox

Two commuter trains collided in Switzerland this evening, leaving 44 injured and interrupting service.More>>

Rocky Mountaineer Partners With Norwegian Cruise Line, Offers Rail and Cruise Options in 2014   

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There are five different Rail and Cruise vacation packages available through Rocky Mountaineer for travel in 2014.More>>

Train Crashes in Northern Spain; Dozens Killed    update

News By: Jena Tesse Fox

A high-speed passenger train derailed in northwestern Spain late on Wednesday, leaving close to 60 people dead and injuring more than 100 by early Thursday morning.More>>

Rail Travel Trends in Italy and Ireland   

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Rail travel is up as much as 49 percent as compared to 2012, says Sceptre President Chris Accomando. More>>

VIA Rail's The Ocean Now Offers Wi-Fi Aboard the Ocean   

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VIA Rail's the Ocean, which links Montréal to Halifax, now offers Wi-Fi on board, allowing passengers to stay connected to work, friends and family online.More>>

Vacations By Rail Grows Its Rail-Cruise Product    

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The total number of combination packages throughout the USA, Canada and Europe is now 24.More>>

The Latest News From Rail Europe   

News By: Jena Tesse Fox

We caught up with Rail Europe CEO Frederic Langlois to get the latest on the continent's train scene!More>>