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$20 off a booking of $150 or more, when booked before 21.07.2010

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$50 off bookings over $1000 through 8/15/10

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See the Real Europe with Rail Europe.

A little bit of planning can mean a lot more traveling. Traveling by train will enhance your entire European experience: no airport hassles or wasted time, and more leisurely gourmet dining as you gaze through panoramic windows while being whisked from city center to city center. It’s no wonder trains are so popular, so make sure you book in advance to get the best prices and most choices.

Book in advance and still don’t feel locked in

If you aren’t ready to commit to an itinerary, you can still get a deal. Just buy a pass for any one of the European countries you’re visiting, since almost any travel combination is possible from any single country to the entire European rail network. The passes are valid for a specific number of travel days in a specific area. And while some trains do require booking a seat in advance, you can do it before leaving or locally once you’re there. Either way, it’s a relatively inexpensive and perfect way to travel when you’re not sure of where you want to go.

Or if you’re traveling in France, use our newest offer: Anywhere Anytime France™. You’ll buy advance credits for trips that you can redeem online for actual 1st class seats on any French train. You can change your mind, change departure times or go somewhere else. You can even add more credits if you suddenly decide to follow a last minute inspiration. All these offers cannot be purchased locally. So visit our state-of-the-art reservation system to start planning your perfect journey.

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park is the ideal place for train contract

THE developer of a North-East industrial park has revealed why the site has been earmarked for a factory that may build the country's next generation of trains.

Geoff Hunton, director of Merchant Place Developments, has confirmed that 104-acre Amazon Park, in Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, is Hitachi Rail Europe's preferred location for a new rolling stock assembly and manufacturing facility.

The Japanese company hopes to hear in October's comprehensive spending review that it has been awarded the Intercity Express Programme to build the trains.

About 800 jobs would be created at the plant, as well as 200 jobs in the construction phase, if the project went ahead.

Hitachi would take about a third of the industrial park.

Mr Hunton said the site had been selected by Hitachi for a range of reasons.

"We can provide rail access into the heart of the site, a test track and a purpose-built facility that we are able to price and finance. And the site requires no major remedial work, " he said.

"We could also provide Hitachi with a landmark building that would provide a high-quality working environment in a sustainable and energy-efficient building that is designed for the purpose of assembling rail carriages and stock."

Accessibility by road and rail to the site, its links to Teesport, the engineering skills in and around Newton Aycliffe and the region's connectivity with the rest of the UK and Europe have all proved significant selling points, according to the developer.

The site also offers expansion room and space for key supply chain operators, as well as impressive green credentials.

A full environmental impact assessment has been conducted.

This has led to mitigation measures to protect newts, bats and owls. The masterplan also includes more than 30 acres of natural habitat, the provision of additional public rights of way and the enhancement of existing routes along green corridors.

In addition, more than 2,000 trees and 1,000 metres of hedgerow would be planted.

The lane where Amazon Park will be based was owned by Durham County Council.

In the mid-Nineties, it identified it as a major strategic site which would be ideal for a large employer.

Working with development agency One North East, it opened up access routes into the site and in 2008 awarded Merchant Place the contract to develop the land.

Stewart Watkins, County Durham Development Company managing director, said: "The council took a long-term approach to develop this site at Newton Aycliffe. It is fair to say that Amazon Park would not be happening had it not worked so closely in support of the developer Merchant Place."

ERRATUM TGV Crazy Price - 60% Off

Raileurope.com : TGV Rail has now launched a special promotion to warm welcome this coming Christmas and New Year Season. It offers up to 60% OFF to travel across France with special discount. The sales date is from September 13th, 2010 until December 20th, 2010. The path and routes for this TGV Crazy Price are:

JourneyTravel time
Paris – Reims0 h 45
Paris – Nantes2 h 01
Paris – Strasbourg2 h 20
Paris – Avignon2 h 40
Lille – Lyon2 h 55
Paris – Bordeaux3 h 00
Paris CDG – Marseille3 h 34

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TGV, the ‘Train à Grande Vitesse’ is the fastest way to travel to more than 1400 destinations in Europe. With record-breaking speeds of up to 320 km/h, whether your destination is on the other side of France or beyond the borders you’ll reach it in just a few hours, and with magnificent views of the French countryside.

The electric, high-speed TGV, operated by SNCF, transports over 130 million passengers to their destinations every year. The total number since the service began in 1981 is expected to reach 2 billion in 2010, second only to Japan’s Shinkansen train. France is, quite rightly, very proud of its bullet train service!

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Newest Most Updated RailEurope.com Promotional Code

RailEurope.com has now launched another 2 Promotional Codes for the Month of July 2010. Which are taking $20 OFF $350 Tickets, and also $15 OFF any order above $200. See Raileurope.com Promotional Code page for more detail.

Recently, RailEurope.com has changed its website name from the original raileurope dot com to RailEurope-World.com. This is to cope up with the new websites being launched in so many region, including asia. Which are Australia, Singapore, and also in India and other countries in The Middle East. Each of the sites were being customized to its own local language including Mandarin and other languages in the middle east.

Rail Europe also celebrated its own 15th anniversary Birthday recently and had launched the promotional campaign for $15 off any bookings.

Visit our blog regularly to check on the update of the most recent Rail Europe Promotion!

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Make a Playdate at the Museum

CRT Paris  Playmobil – color, 1978. DRThe Musee des Arts Decoratifs at the Louvre is widely known for its collection of over 150,000 objects: furnishings, fabrics, wallpaper, objets d’art, and stunning home items that bear witness to the unique French way of life from the Middle Ages to the present.

So what exactly are toys doing here?

From now through June 9, 2010, you’re invited to celebrate the 30th birthday of Playmobil. These enduring, cherished, 3-inch figurines that have captured the imagination of children and adults alike. Playmobil’s playful, plastic worlds of make believe give you the chance to be a Viking, a pirate, a circus ringmaster or any one of over 1,000 characters. Imagine that – feeling like you’re bigger than life even though you’re the size of a pointer finger.

You know, we think Napoleon would approve.

For priority admission with no waiting in lines and free access to 50 museums look into the Paris Pass.

Getting there:

Subway Stations:
. Palais Royal – Musee du Louvre
. Pyramides
. Tuileries

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The Passion Play hits the stage in Oberammergau

The Passion Play in Oberammergau began in 1634, as a follow-through on a promise made to God. Since that time, the play has been performed every ten years.

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After ten years, the wait is over! The Passion Play returns to the small town of Oberammergau this May. It will begin on May 15, 2010 and run for 102 performances. The curtain closes on October 3, 2010.

Travelers who plan to see this moving performance can reach Oberammergau quite easily. They can simply hop on a train in Munich to the town of Murnau, then transfer to Oberammergau. Trains come once an hour and the whole trip takes less than two hours.

After 2010, this event won't be around for another ten years, so it's not something to miss out on. For more information and details on Passion Play, click here.

Use Link ID #: 10675496 to refer site users to our point to point booking page for train travel to Oberammergau.