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SNCF launches unlimited travel pass

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SNCF launches unlimited travel pass
A TGV train in France. Photo: eldelinux/Flickr
17:30 CET+01:00
If you haven't had the chance to explore all of France's little corners, French rail operator SNCF has just released a new travel pass offering unlimited travel for just €60 per month.

As part of its tenth birthday celebrations, iDTGV - a subsidiary of French national rail company SNCF - is selling 10,000 passes allowing unlimited travel to the 50 cities in its network.

The annual pass, available from €59.99 a month, will enable frequent travellers the option to reserve four different journeys at the same time.

Train bookings will be available from two months up to 45 minutes before the train leaves the station.

And in case of an unexpected change of schedule, users will be able to cancel their reservations up to five hours before the train is due to leave.

Passengers will be able to start booking their journeys from February 8th onwards, inside a separate carriage, subject to availability of seats.

The passes are available on a first come first served basis on the website www.iDTGVMAX.com.

 
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