Running with the Bulls – Introducing: Eurail

A few weeks ago I announced that I am Running with the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain in July but I can’t do it alone. Not only are four of the feistiest female travel bloggers I know coming along for the ride but so are some amazing sponsors including RoomoramaEurail, & Hostelbookers!

Each week between now and the run I will be introducing each one of our wonderful sponsors to give you a bit more insight on what they do and how they’re helping us girls run with the bulls.

This week I’ll be introducing Eurail – our transportation provider whilst we are travelling Spain and beyond into Europe!

Eurail is a train and ferry pass provider sponsoring girls running with the bulls

Who they are

Eurail firmly believes that the best way to visit Europe is to travel with a Rail Pass – one of theirs of course! Working with 30 rail providers across the contient they can help you get to most areas of Europe in comfort and style.

Eurail offers a variety of choices of passes across Europe

What they do

Eurail is a transportation company which works with European Rail and Sail companies to offer Rail Passes  to non-European residents who want to explore the continent.
Having a range of rail passes to choose from gives you the flexibility of being able to explore Europe your way whether that be across the continent, a region of Europe, select countries, or just one country; Passes can last from three days in length up to three months!

High Speed Trains that I can travel on with a Eurail pass in Europe

How they’re helping us

Each of us girls running with the bulls are coming in a different part of Europe (or Asia!) and to come together we needed to find a kick ass transportation which would be able to help us from anywhere in the European continent. Eurail offers fantastic connections through Europe and offered to help us find our way to Spain and event spend some time using their pass in Europe before and after Pamplona.

With my first rail journey from Madrid to Pamplona I am pumped to experience more train travel across Europe and privilaged that Eurail can get onboard and help us out. Don’t forget to watch all of the girls blogs over the coming month to see just how far one Eurail pass can take each of us!

A big thank you to Eurail for sponsoring Girls Running with Bulls!

Eurail logo - Eurail is helping us with transportation for Girls Running with the Bulls

Don’t forget to ‘like’ us on Facebook updates on our Spanish escapade by all of the girls.

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    Nomadic Chick
    July 1, 2012 at 8:05 pm

    Great intro post for anyone interested in using their passes!

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    STOP! I need to smell the roses
    July 15, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    […] did start my Eurail pass meaning that I have two months to use it some more so the current plan is to use it for a few […]

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    January 21, 2013 at 9:56 pm

    Hi Nicole,
    I am looking at using Interrail (Eurail) for an Italy pass next year. I am a little confused about how I find the timetable for my trips? I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction. Much appreciated


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      January 22, 2013 at 2:00 am

      Hi Sammi,
      When you pick-up/recieve your Eurail pass you should be given a book of train schedules which has the timetables for each station Eurail affiliated trains operate out of.

      If you’re just in the planning stages I’m guessing that you don’t have this booklet so I recommend that the best base guide would be to use the timetable manager at this link -> http://www.eurail.com/plan-your-trip <- which will then connect you to DB Bahn which seems to have the most reliable information. Hope this helps!

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        January 22, 2013 at 4:41 am

        thank you so much, i wonder why i couldn’t find that bit.. 🙂 i shall have a good look through.

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