YOU could get paid to travel around Europe this summer – and you only need to fill out a simple form.
To celebrate the launch a brand new sleeper train, Radical Storage is on the hunt for the ultimate night train tester.
Brits can get paid to travel around Europe this summer[/caption]
Radical Storage is celebrating the launch of Europe’s newest sleeper service from Brussels to Berlin.
The fortunate candidate will win a one-month interrail pass and have their fees paid for on five different night trains of their choosing.
They’ll also receive a month’s worth of luggage storage and £500.
As a night train tester, the winner will work across Europe reviewing at least five different sleeper trains.
To trains, the successful candidate will need to take photos, videos and write about their experiences too.the European
They’ll need to comment on factors like quality of, the general travel experience including boarding and disembarking, the train crew, luggage storage, and other facilities.
In addition to reviewing trains, they’ll be asked to review the Radical Storage Angels too.
Giacomo Piva, travel industry analyst and co-founder of Radical Storage said: “Europe is seeing a boom in train travel this year.
“This resurgence for train travel meant we had to launch our hunt for a Night Train Tester.
“We want someone to record the first-hand night train experience and give an impartial review of their own experiences, so that others may get involved with this experience too.”
Anyone interested in applying should head to the Radical Storage website where they’ll be required to fill out a short application form.
Entries for applications close on July 5, 2023.
In addition to new train routes popping up across take Brits to Spain without needing to fly.and , a new European train can also
The service will run overnight and be operated by Dutch-Belgian startup European Sleeper, who will start the trip in Amsterdam.
The company has said that the route will stop at Rotterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, and in the evening and Avignon, Montpellier, Perpignan, Figueras, and in the morning en route to its destination.
With thetaking just 1hr22 from the UK to , this means Brits will be able to join the journey.
Brits can reach France, which has been dubbed the world’s most popular holiday destination on the train thank to direct Eurostar services between London and Paris.
If you don’t fancy going to Europe, we’ve rounded up the best UK railway journeys where Brit holidaymakers can enjoy the beautiful scenery without dusting off their .
One lucky winner will become a night train tester in Europe this summer[/caption]