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Austria and Germany are known for their magnificent Christmas markets, where shoppers stroll the aisles buying handicrafts and sipping mulled wine. The similarities end there. In Germany, take the train through Black Forest Bavaria - to castles and spa towns.

Back in Berlin, note the juxtaposition between Communist era architecture and the new modern aesthetic. Austria, known mostly for Mozart and the Von Trapp family, tempts travelers with its majestic, snow-capped mountains, a boisterous ball season in Vienna and cinnamon-sweet coffee.

What you get
 Destinations: unlimited travel on the national rail networks of Austria and Germany 
» Travel : 5 to 10 days within 2 months 
» Flexible Pass: travel days may be used consecutively or not 
» Class of service: 1st and 2nd class 
» Discounts: Child (4-11), Youth (12-25), Friends/Families (2 to 5 people travelling together) 
» Seat reservation: mandatory on high speed and scenic trains. 
» Free travel package: European Rail Map, Timetable, Traveller’s guide

On 1st and 2nd class for adults and children Children from 4 up to 11 included on the first day of travel: half adult fare. Children up to 3 included on the first day of travel: free when sharing an adult passenger’s seat/ bed

Who can get
People with a permanent residence (for more than 6 months) outside of Europe, the United Kingdom, the Russian Federation or Turkey are eligible to purchase or use a Eurail Regional Pass.

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