There might be special “event trains” for Eurovision 2020

Good ol’ D66 and GroenLinks are at it again when it comes to finding new ways to combat climate change. This time, they want special international trains to act as an attractive alternative to using flights to come to Rotterdam to witness the multiple festivities of Eurovision 2020

But first, they want a test run to be done for “event trains” by international service providers to Eurovision 2020. There will be a total of nine shows that will be happening in Rotterdam, with the finals on May 16.

According to NOS, the House of Representatives are very much in favour of this motion that was passed by the two parties. They want more research to be done into international trains but things might be looking up!

So get your tickets quickly! The first wave of tickets has already been sold out. You don’t want to miss a chance to cheer on your country now, do you?

Have you already bought a ticket? How will you be getting to Rotterdam? Let us know in the comments below!

Feature Image: David Jones/Flickr

Kavana Desaihttps://medium.com/@kavanadesai
Coping with the aftermath of her 3-year stint in the Netherlands, Kavana is a writer, content creator and editor for DutchReview. Hailing from India, she frequently blogs about the Netherlands, being Indian in the Netherlands, and everything in between. She envisions herself to one day be the youngest person to win that Nobel Prize for Literature (she is also not very humble but welcomes only constructive criticism). In the meantime, she fills her days with writing for DutchReview, writing her master's thesis on art theft, and writing fiction that will hopefully see the light of day soon.

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