There’s no shortage of affordable options when traveling within Europe. From cheap flights from major airline carriers to miles of well-maintained roads ready for zippy little rental cars, this part of the world practically unfolds itself as a tourist’s playground. But the best way to see the gorgeous vistas and experience local food culture up close is by train. That’s why today I’m sharing all the tips you need to travel with Eurail and see Europe up close!
Tip #1: Learn What a Eurail Pass Can Do For You
Greetings from Zurich! Blogging has its perks, but this has to be the granddaddy of all of them. This week, I am traveling on behalf of @thedailymeal as a guest of @eurail and other hospitality partners to experience their new rail service between Switzerland and Italy. Thank you to everyone who made this possible, including my lobster and one-and-only, who is holding the fort down while I am gone. Thank you also to our neighborhood takeout places, who will undoubtedly be providing my family with much-needed sustenance while I am away. ?