LAND

* Rail Europe will extend its three-day France Railpass offer through Dec. 15. Cost for the first-class pass is $199, valid for any three days within a one-month period. Typically, tourists must buy a minimum four-day pass that costs $252. Purchase by Nov. 30. Info: 888-382-7245, www.raileurope.com.

* Enjoy fall foliage season with a package at the Rosewood Country Inn, a bed-and-breakfast in Bradford, N.H. Get three nights for the price of two Sunday-Thursday through October. Columbus Day weekend is excluded. Rates start at $169 per couple per night, plus 8 percent tax. Info: 800-938-5273, www.rosewoodcountryinn.com.

* Stay at a medieval castle in England for about $180 a night, a savings of 40 percent over the regular rate. The deal from Amberley Castle in West Sussex is good on select rooms Monday-Thursday through November and from January to March. The catch? Guests must dine at the hotel's restaurant, which costs about $62 per person. Info: 011-44-1-79-883-1992, www.amberleycastle.co.uk (ask for the Winter Warmer package).

SEA

* Holland America has started a family reunion deal. Book five or more staterooms and receive unlimited soft drinks , a family photo and either dinner for the entire crowd in the line's alternative dining room or, on Caribbean cruises, free snorkel rentals or banana boat rides. Also, if booking a holiday cruise or 10 or more cabins, one cabin receives an upgrade to a veranda stateroom. Priced separately, the freebies would be worth at least $670 for five cabins. Info: 877-SAIL-HAL, www.hollandamerica.com.

* Crystal Cruises has reduced the single supplement to 5 percent on five fall Caribbean sailings from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The deal extends to four sailings of the Crystal Harmony, and one sailing of the Symphony. Seven-day cruise fares start at $1,495 per person double; single travelers add just $74.75. Crystal typically charges solo cruisers a 25 percent premium. Info: 866-446-6625, www.crystalcruises.com.

* Take the Queen Elizabeth 2 on a six-day transatlantic cruise that departs Southampton, England, on Dec. 15 for $999 per person double, including one-way airfare from any of 102 North American cities, including Washington, to England. Taxes are an extra $23. The brochure rate is $1,499. Info: 800-7-CUNARD, www.cunard.com.

AIR

* This one is for business travelers. United has a "Fly 1 Free for Every 3" program for those who travel by Jan. 31; pay at least $250 for each of the three round-trip fares; and don't stay over on a Saturday night. The free economy ticket is good for anywhere in the contiguous United States for travel Oct. 15-June 10. Blackout dates, advance booking and Saturday-night stay required. Register by Nov. 30. Open to members of United's Mileage Plus program. Taxes are extra. Info: 800-UNITED-1, www.united.com/onefreeforthree.

* Fly Malaysia Airlines from Newark to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for $600 round trip, plus $78 in taxes. Purchase at www.malaysiaairlines.com by Sept. 17; travel Nov. 1-15 or Jan. 15-March 30. Fare is at least $908 on other airlines.

PACKAGES

* Spend four nights in Prague for less than the price of airfare with a deal from Nordique Tours. The package, which starts at $459 per person double, includes round-trip air from D.C. and a room and breakfast at the Hotel Denisa. Depart Wednesdays or Thursdays Nov. 1-March 18 for lowest prices; Dec. 10-Jan. 11 blackout dates. Buy by Sept. 30. Taxes are about $148 extra. Priced separately, the lowest airfare in November is about $609, and the hotel about $83 a night. Info: 800-995-7997, www.nordiquetours.com.

* A package from L.A. to Moorea in the South Pacific that includes round-trip airfare to Papeete on Air Tahiti Nui; air transfer to Moorea, with return ferry; and five nights at Club Bali Hai is $899 a person double, plus about $80 in taxes. Tahiti Vacations (800-553-3477, www.tahitivacation.com) is offering the deal for travel Nov. 1-Dec. 12, with departures on Fridays and Sundays. Book by Sept. 30. Priced separately, air, hotel and transfers would cost $1,250.

-- Carol Sottili

Prices were verified and available on Thursday afternoon when the Travel section went to press. However, deals sell out quickly and are not guaranteed to be available. Restrictions such as day of travel, blackout dates and advance-purchase requirements sometimes apply.