Rail Deal: This Winter, Austrian Airlines Offers Three Different ‘Train Trio’ Vacation Packages Through Europe

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This winter, travel by rail through Europe: Austrian Airlines Vacation Center now offers three different Train Trio vacation packages combining air from the US, rail, and three nights hotel in each city (for a total of nine nights) in Amsterdam, Berlin and Prague; Amsterdam, Berlin and Warsaw; and Prague, Berlin and Warsaw.

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“Europe is a great vacation destination during the off-season. During the fall and winter months, there are no crowds and no lines. Travelers get to experience each city like a local."

“Europe is a great vacation destination during the off-season - even if the weather does not always cooperate,” notes Bram Majtlis, President of Atlanta-based Austrian Airlines Vacation Center, which offers a wide variety of vacation packages to Europe. “During the fall and winter months, there are no crowds and no lines. Travelers get to experience each city like a local and will be able enjoy holiday markets, lots of concerts and other cultural events!”

A popular and easy way to travel throughout Europe continues to be by rail, and Austrian Airlines Vacation Center has introduced three different Train Trio packages combining three nights in each city (for a total of nine nights) in
1. Amsterdam + Berlin + Prague;
2. Amsterdam + Berlin + Warsaw; and
3. Prague + Berlin + Warsaw.

Each Train Trio package, starting at $1,999 per person from New York or Newark, includes:

  • Roundtrip air transportation, economy class, between the US gateway and Europe (routing depends on the combination of cities selected: passengers will fly into one city and back from another, taking trains in between.
  • Three (3) nights hotel accommodation in each of the three cities in the Train Trio package, for a total of nine (9) nights. Extra nights are available upon request.
  • Daily buffet breakfast, hotel service charges and hotel taxes.
  • 2nd class one-way rail transportation between the European cities included in the combination selected.

These packages, also available from Washington, DC, Atlanta, Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles, are valid for travel between November 1 – December 14, 2011 and again between January 8 –March 28, 2012. Extension nights and upgrades are available upon request.

All Train Trio packages must be paid in full within 24 hours after reservations are confirmed, and no later than 14 days prior to departure. Once confirmed, the packages are non-refundable, non-transferable, and cannot be changed. All packages will be booked in economy class and are subject to schedule and space availability. The maximum stay in Europe is 30 days, and all travel must be completed by March 28, 2012. Train Trio package prices include fuel surcharges, but they do not include US Customs / INS / Aphis fees / International Transportation Tax / Passenger Facility Charges / Civil Aviation Security Fee / domestic and foreign Security and Airport Charges between approximately USD $185 - $260 per passenger. Additional taxes and fees may be collected by foreign governments. All taxes / fees / surcharges are subject to change and exchange rate fluctuations and may vary on the day of booking.

Further details about this and other vacation packages may be found on http://www.austrianair-vacations.com. For additional information or to make reservations, contact Austrian Airlines Vacation Center at (800) 790-4682, or via email: info(at)austrianair-vacations(dot)com.

About Austrian Airlines Vacation Center:
Austrian Airlines Vacation Center is a division of IMTC (International Marketing & Travel Concepts, Inc.) and specializes in individual vacation packages from the USA to European destinations. IMTC was founded in 1992 by Bram Majtlis, President, and the privately-held company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Other IMTC divisions include: IMTC/Pegasus, IMTC Concerts, Gold Concepts Public Relations and EdiTour.

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