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You can now do the Greek Islands with one Eurail ticket for ferries

Greece is a beautful country, there’s no denying, but when it comes to seeing it all, it’s kind of a pain.

Why?

There are too many islands in the archipelago and there isn’t an easy way to hop from one to the other. Until now.

Eurail – Europe and the UK’s biggest train network provider and access point – is doing its darndest to bring the Greek Islands closer to the world, targeting honeymooners and travellers to encourage them to see more.

With a Eurail pass, travellers can access ferries to get from Crete to Santorini, Mykonos and lesser known islands including Syros, Patmos, Leros and Kalymnos.

The endearing Syros merges traditional and modern Greece, whereas Patmos, Leros and Kalymnos offer an untouched nature, crystal beaches and a relaxing atmosphere, all in which are reached by ferry using the Eurail Passes.

Basically, if you wanted to do summer on the Greek islands the right way, this is it. See more at the Eurail website.

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