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Ticket to Ride Europe 15th Anniversary Game Box

Europe
15th Anniversary

From beneath the shadow of London's Big Ben to the towering arches of Rome's Colosseum, from the brilliant onion domes of Moscow to the delicate Eiffel Tower in Paris, Ticket to Ride Europe takes you on new train adventures through the great cities of turn-of-the-century Europe. Will you brave a ride through the long Alpine tunnels or undertake an arctic ferry ride? Will you construct extravagant train stations across the old empires or attempt the fabled European Express? Your next move could seal your place as Europe's greatest train magnate!
Pack your luggage, hail the porter, and climb aboard!

This deluxe and oversized version of Ticket to Ride® Europe celebrates years of thrilling train adventures for many families and friends.

Featuring finely detailed plastic trains and stations coming in gorgeous tin boxes, this version is a spare no expense definitive edition of the classic Ticket to Ride® Europe: oversized board, all the destination tickets published to date along with a set of beautiful new artwork.


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The Game Setup

Inside The Box

Contains

  • 1 Giant Board map of European train routes with all new illustrations
  • 5 Tin Boxes, each with 45 finely sculpted wagon cars
  • 15 Colored Train Stations
  • 5 Scoring Markers
  • 1 Rules booklet
  • 110 Train Car Cards
  • All 108 Destination Ticket Cards published to date
  • 1 European Express Bonus Card
  • 1 Big Cities Reference Card

Game Information

  • 2-5 Players
  • Age 8+
  • 30-60 minutes

Designer’s Notes

When it was obvious Ticket to Ride was doing well, it seemed a natural progression to design a European map.

As with all subsequent expansions, I wanted this map to have some changes that would make it seem slightly different from the USA map, while retaining the same basic game play and being just as easy for new players to learn. The additions of the tunnels and ferries add some more luck to the game but don’t really change the basic strategies. The biggest difference is there are many more small routes and no obvious network choice like the coast to coast strategy in the USA.

The anniversary edition uses beautiful new train cars and art, and super-sizes the game. It also gives players tons of new ticket combinations to create an infinitely replayable game.

Learn more about Alan R. Moon