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Travel affordably through Europe by train

Though European low-cost airlines have gotten a lot of press, taking the train may often be more affordable (and comfortable) than flying, especially if you have multiple stops in a short trip. A Eurail (eurail.com) regional round-trip pass between the Czech Republic and Austria starts at $259 for four days, whereas an itinerary between Prague, Vienna, and Salzburg for a spring weekend can be as high as $1,100 by air. The savings increase with multiple people; passes for two or more passengers are discounted an additional 15 percent through Eurail, and two-country pairings exist across most of the Continent.

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