“I think the decision to abolish stamp duty for first-time buyers is reasonable but ... Given she spends thousands of pounds on train travel a year, however, she did welcome the introduction of a railcard for 26- to 30-year-olds.
Set yourself a calendar reminder, Cyber Monday is right around the corner, which means significant savings on luxury travel ... times and first-class service. The train connects with rail services to over 100 destinations across Europe to explore further.
a North American distributor of European train packages, is offering a discount on some first-class Eurailpasses this winter for two or more people traveling together. Visitors planning to travel by train in Europe through March 31 can obtain additional.
Travelling by train around Europe makes sense - you avoid traffic and parking hindrances and it's often more convenient and cheaper than air travel when you factor everything in. As for choosing economy versus first class - it really depends on what your.
Our preference is to travel by train. We would have 2'days and 1-2 nights, so we'd be happy to stop overnight or two somewhere along the way. 1. Suggestions for a good itinerary please? 2. I know nothing about Europe trains ... where do I start to think.
Rail ... Europe, Inc. is trimming rates on first class France-Spain high speed train tickets on international routes by 20% for a limited time. The discounts, which are good through June 2, require a coupon code, FranceSpain20. In addition, the first 200.
PARIS — The first person to board the EC Carlo Magno will open a new era in passenger train travel. Exactly 30 years after the premiere of the TEE (Trans Europ Express) network with its popular first-class-only trains, 13 European nations are embarking.
The six stamps in the souvenir sheet are arranged in three se-tenant (side-by-side) pairs, with each pair including a first-class stamp and a £1.57 stamp. The current first-class rate is 65 pence. The £1.57 stamps pay the rate for letters to Europe.
Not all trains require you to reserve a seat before you travel ... for passengers with first-class (also called "comfort" class) tickets. Even the longest train journey won't cross any time zones – most of western Europe, except Britain and Portugal.