THERE has been a steady increase in sales of German Deutsche Bahn point to point rail tickets leading up to the European summer, which shows a new trend for Australian rail travellers says International Rail managing director Jonathan Hume.
The Melbourne-based operator has full access to the instant purchase of German DB fares right across Germany which offers savings by purchasing the exact route instead of a rail pass, which in some cases, depending on the itinerary, may not be necessary.
Bookings for most trains open 90 days prior to departure dates giving agents the option to book early and secure the very best fares for their clients. For example, book in advance and save, with $72 fares for second class travel from Frankfurt to Munich.
International Rail are experts in point to point rail travel and are able to provide agents with the best advice for clients creating their own personalised itineraries, for further details agents can view www.agent.internationalrail.com.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 387 245