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Grupo Mexico to buy Florida rail line for $2.1 billion

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Cuba evaluates lightweight railbus

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Train Travel Deals

Save on travel in Canada with a VIA Rail Canrailpass

Kids Go Free on off-peak train travel in Scotland

Save on NYC subways and transit with an MTA MetroCard

Save on Dublin rail and transit with a Leap Visitor Card

50% off companion fares on Amtrak California San Joaquins (Bakersfield Stockton Modesto Fresno more)

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Destinations by Rail

36 Hours in San Antonio

A city tour of Salzburg

Harpers Ferry: Rivers converge at West Virginia town

The Perfect Three-day Weekend in Cincinnati

California getaway: Santa Cruz is a coastal charmer

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Rail Journeys

Los Angeles: A Local Hero Has Mapped Every Bar Within Walking Distance of the Metro

A Trip To North Korea

Strangers on an 18-Hour Train

Fast track to Europe: Explore beautiful cities by train

Japan's new luxury express train may be the best way to see Kyoto and Osaka

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Passenger Rail

Intercity train services and routes in Europe

High-speed TGV and ICE trains at Frankfurt Central Station, Germany

Passenger trains meet travel and tourism needs to rail destinations across Europe. Shown: High-speed TGV and ICE trains at Frankfurt Central Station, Germany. Photo: ©Ninostar.

Travel through Europe the green, easy, economical way! Let the continent's modern, comprehensive rail network be your guide. Thanks to the wide range of available services and deals, rail can be your best choice for travel between Europe's most popular travel destinations.

Long-distance travel choices include high-speed, over-night and auto trains. For short-range travel, local and regional lines fill the gap. And scenic routes pop up across the continent!

In addition to one-way train tickets and round-trip fares, railroads in Europe offer several ways to save on train travel. Rail passes, student travel discounts and senior travel discounts are popular choices.

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