Chance to win an InterRail pass with the Guardian Green Travel List
Nominate a green initiative for the 2011 Guardian Green Travel List and you have the chance of winning two InterRail passes plus two first class Eurostar tickets from London to Paris.
The Guardian's Green Travel List, in association with greentraveller.co.uk, is a guide to the world's greenest travel companies, an annual list of inspiring companies, accommodations, projects, organisations and eco initiatives.
If there's a green travel initiative that you've found particularly innovative and has shown a real commitment to the environment, nominate it for the Guardian's Green Travel List and have the chance to win a number of great holidays, including an InterRail ticket for two.
The InterRail pass, provided by Rail Europe, covers rail travel for five days (over a period of ten) throughout Europe (in 30 participating countries), and includes two first class Eurostar tickets from London to Paris. The winner will be able to travel on many trains in mainland Europe with the pass, although you will need to make a seat reservation for certain high speed routes and overnight trains. The prize is valid for one year from the date the winner is announced.
InterRail passes are a great way to travel: they provide flexibility and freedom, allowing you to discover Europe at your own pace, from city to city, and through the breathtaking countryside out to the mountainous fresh and wild.
How to Enter
Please send suggestions to: email@example.com, stating clearly:
1. The name of the project and relevant website
2. The category you'd like to nominate it for, choose from the following:
- Days Out/Visitor Attractions
- Community Projects
- Holidays, eg. winter/summer activities
3. Why you think it should be included in the Green Travel List (200 words max).
Nominations must be received by 9 April 2011.
Winners will be notified by the end of April. For full terms and conditions, see: Terms and Conditions for the Guardian Green List 2011 competition.
For more information about the judging process, see: Guardian's Green Travel List.
For more information about European InterRail tickets, visit the website of Rail Europe: InterRail Tickets.