#RailTourismAwards
2023 are on!

After two successful editions, the European Travel Commission (ETC) and Eurail are thrilled to launch the third edition, searching for the best marketing campaigns that encourage travellers to explore Europe in a conscious and eco-friendly manner – all by train! 

Applications are open for national and local tourism authorities, rail organisations, marketing agencies, and other entities operating in Europe’s tourism sector. 

two women travelling by train

Rail is one

A woman waiting at the train station with luggage

of the most

sustainable means

Group of people travelling in the train and talking

of exploring

Europe’s

Breakfast on a train table

hidden gems!

Get on board to inspire travellers to choose rail!  

our jury

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The European Travel Commission (ETC) represents the national tourism organisations of Europe. Established in 1948, ETC’s mission is to strengthen the sustainable development of Europe as a tourist destination and to promote Europe in third markets. Its 35-member tourism boards work together to build the value of tourism for all the diverse European destinations through cooperation in sharing best practice, market intelligence and promotion.

For more information, visit www.etc-corporate.org and follow @ETC_Corporate. 

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Eurail B.V., the company behind the Eurail Pass (for non-European residents) and Interrail Pass (for European residents) gives travellers of all ages the opportunity to experience an expansive network of train and ferry connections across 33 European countries. Eurail B.V. is owned by over 35 European railway and ferry companies, and is based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. 

For more information, visit www.eurail.com or www.interrail.eu.