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New, Lower Train Fare Between UK and Continental Europe for Eurail Pass Holders

Britain isn't always keen on linking up with the rest of Europe, but here's a rare exception that could benefit budget-conscious travelers. 

Eurostar, which offers high-speed passenger service between the UK and the European continent via the Channel Tunnel, has been added to Eurail, a network connecting 28 different member countries, each of them accessible with one of Eurail's passes.

From now on, those Eurail pass holders traveling on Eurostar between London and Paris or Brussels will get a lower rate than before—starting at €30 (US$32) for one way in standard class, compared to the old Eurostar rate of £45 (€53/US$56) for the same ticket.

For more information or to make a booking, visit Eurail's website.