Head from Le Sacre-Coeur to La Sagrada Familia, or Notre-Dame de la Garde to El Museo Nacional del Prado this summer at a discount with Rail Europe.
Rail Europe, Inc., a top distributor of European rail products in North America, is offering travelers discounts on rail travel between France and Spain this spring with 20% off first class France-Spain High Speed train tickets on international routes now through June 2, 2015.
Travelers can take advantage of this offer to visit two of Europe’s most exciting and culturally rich countries this summer, suggests Rail Europe.
The direct high speed connection between France and Spain allows travelers to connect 21 cities in France and Spain including Paris, Lyon and Marseille to Barcelona, and Marseille to Madrid.
You can travel between Paris and Barcelona and enjoy city-center to city-center travel in just over six hours; ride from Barcelona to Toulouse in just over 3 hours; or venture from Spain’s capital, Madrid to Marseille in 7 hours.
Amenities include access to power outlets, served at seat meals available for purchase, a designer interior with leather seats, and access to the club lounges at Madrid, Barcelona, and Girona stations.
Bookings can be made by visiting Rail Europe’s website.
First class France-Spain High Speed international train tickets show as “Comfort Class” on the Rail Europe websites.
Rail Europe represents more than 50 European train companies and is a one-stop shop for European rail travel planning and booking.
Photo courtesy: Rail Europe
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