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New cheap rail route to connect Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen in only £8.56

Check out these new train routes that will connect Europe's big cities at budget friendly rates

By Web Desk
May 13, 2024
These three European cities to get connected via a new train line. — New Atlas/File
These three European cities to get connected via a new train line. — New Atlas/File

The "EasyJet of the rails" is set to connect three European countries in Europe’s most exciting long distance project which will become operational in 2025, The Sun reported.

Brits fond of travelling via rail will be able to travel to Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Berlin in Germany and Copenhagen in Denmark at a cheap price starting from only £8.56.

As per Time Out Travel, Dutch train company GoVolta is behind this impressive project which will operate daily services between Amsterdam and Berlin and another between Amsterdam and Copenhagen.

Another rail is planned to operate between Amsterdam and Basil in Switzerland, three times a week while another route to Paris will start in 2026.

The founders of GoVolta described the rails as the "EasyJet of the rails" as they provide budget friendly travel as compared to some other European train lines.

However, these trains will travel at a regular speed meaning it will be slower than some other trains.

The tickets will go on sale starting this October.

Other new train routes connecting Europe

As per reports a train line connecting Venice and Slovenian capital Ljubljana will begin soon.

Another route could connect Amsterdam to Barcelona by 2025. The Swiss National Railways have announced a new route between London and Basel.