France and Germany will give 60,000 free train tickets to young people this summer

If you are under 27 and looking to travel between France and Germany this summer, you could be in luck.

60,000 free train tickets are being made available to young people later this year. The rail scheme was announced by the two counties’ transport ministers, Clément Beaune and Volker Wissing, on Sunday.

They say the goal of the initiative is to encourage travel and build a cultural exchange between France and Germany.

“To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Elysée Treaty, 60,000 tickets will be made available free of charge, according to terms that will be specified shortly,” Beaune and Wissing said in a joint statement.

Beaune added that the initiative is also

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