Free Paris Metro Cards

Rail Plus is offering free one- or two-day Paris Metro cards (Paris Visite) to any family booking a Eurostar journey (London-Paris or vice versa) or a rail pass that includes France*.

The Paris Metro Card provides unlimited access to all Paris and suburban public transport, including the Metro, RER express system, SNCF lines, buses, the Tramway and the Montmartre funicular.

Details of Offer

  • The free Paris Metro Card offer applies to any booking involving at least one adult and one child, with every member of the family receiving his or her own card.
  • To earn the free one-day Paris Metro Card (zones 1-3), eligible customers must simply book a Eurostar journey (London-Paris or vice versa).
  • To receive a free two-day Paris Metro Card (zones 1-3) customers must book a rail pass that includes France.
  • Any customer booking both a Eurostar journey and a rail pass incorporating France will receive a free two-day Paris Metro Card only.
  • The ‘Families Travel for FREE in Paris’ promotion ends 17 June 2013.

For further details visit www.railplus.com.au/specials/

 

Terms and Conditions

*Passes included are: Eurail Flexi Pass, Eurail Continuous Pass, France Rail Pass, Benelux – France Eurail Pass, France – Germany Eurail Pass, France – Italy Eurail Pass, France – Spain Eurail Pass and France – Switzerland Pass.

About Rail Plus

Rail Plus is Australasia’s leading international rail specialist.  Through its Melbourne and Auckland offices the company provides retail and wholesale travel companies with the ability to quickly and efficiently book and ticket an unrivalled range of passes and point-to-point tickets on major rail networks across Europe, the UK, Asia, North America, Australia and New Zealand. For more information visit www.railplus.com.au


About the author

Deborah's first trip with her first child (at 4 months old) involved a 26 hour flight with no sleep, which is about when she realised travelling with kids wasn’t quite the same as without. Deborah has lived in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Edinburgh, London and now resides in Sydney’s northern beaches with her Brady Bunch-style family of seven – all seasoned travellers. Twitter // @deborahzoe42 Google Plus // +Deborah Dickson-Smith

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