comprehensive /ˌkɑːmprɪˈhensɪv/
(adjective) including all, or almost all, the items, details, facts, information, etc., that may be involved
Example: Our travel agent gave us a comprehensive travel package, including rail passes

deluxe /dɪˈlʌks/
(adjective) of a higher quality and more expensive than usual
Example: My parents decided to splurge on deluxe accommodations for their trip

directory /dəˈrektəri/
(noun) a book or electronic resource containing lists of information, usually in alphabetical order, for example people’s phone numbers or the names and addresses of businesses in a particular area
Example: We consulted the directory to see where the train station was located

duration /duˈreɪʃn/
(noun) the length of time that something lasts or continues
Example: Mother lent me her spare jacket for the duration of the trip

entitle /ɪnˈtaɪtl/
(verb) to give somebody the right to have or to do something
Example: During the holiday rush, a train ticket entitled the passenger to a ride, but not necessarily a seat

fare /fer/
(noun) the money that you pay to travel by bus, plane, taxi, etc.
Example: Pay your fare at the ticket office and you will get a ticket to board the train

offset /ˈɔːfset/
(verb) to use one cost, payment or situation in order to cancel or reduce the effect of another
Example: The high cost of the hotel room offset the savings we made by taking the train instead of the plane

operate /ˈɑːpəreɪt/
(verb) to work in a particular way
Example: The train only operates in this area at the height of the tourist season

punctually /ˈpʌŋktʃuəli/
(adverb) at the arranged or correct time and not late
Example: Please be on time; the train leaves punctually at noon

relatively /ˈrelətɪvli/
(adverb) to a fairly large degree, especially in comparison to something else
Example: The train is relatively empty for this time of day

remainder /rɪˈmeɪndər/
(noun) the people, things or time that remain
Example: The Alaskan frontier has train service in the summer, but for the remainder of the year the tracks are impassable

remote /rɪˈməʊt/
(adjective) far away from places where other people live
Example: We took the train out of the city and found a remote hotel in the country for the weekend