Rail Packages - International - September 2009
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International rail packages are rail journeys that are sold to the consumer as a single definable product, and include at least one night’s accommodation, which may or may not be on board the train (day trips are therefore excluded). Packages include food and beverages, and at least one other product or service, such as an excursion at a destination, on-board lectures or other types of entertainment. Consequently, overnight rail journeys that merely transport a passenger from one place to another (regardless of whether accommodation is included on board) are excluded from this report.
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