The Eurail Pass
A Eurail pass allows you to travel by train anywhere you want in Europe without buying tickets - all you need is the Eurail pass and you can jump on a train and go anywhere you want, as frequently as you like! You can travel in up to 20 countries with this pass - this is great for creating your own itinerary and for those who do not like the restrictions of 'tour-group' travel. You can go your own way, create your own travel itinerary and not worry about how you are going to get there once you are in the Eurail zone! Traveling by rail in Europe is safe, fast, easy and convenient - the Eurail pass makes it cheap too!
Get rail passes for individual countries, or for all of Europe!
- Italy Rail Passes
- Eurail Germany and Denmark Pass
- London to Paris - easy day trip
- Eurail Saver Pass
- Eurail Benelux-Germany Pass
- France Rail n' Drive
- Swiss Transfer Ticket
- DB Night Train fares and schedules
- Eurail Saver Pass
Eurail Global Pass Flexi give you the freedom to travel within the 18 European countries of the Eurail network. It offers either 10 or 15 days of travel within a 2-month period, from the first time you use your pass. The standard Eurail Global Pass Flexi offers 1st class travel for everyone. The Youth Eurail Global Pass Flexi offers 2nd class travel for youths under the age of 26. The Saver Eurail Global Pass Flexi option allows travel in 1st Class for 2-5 people traveling together.
TheEurail Global Pass offers consecutive-day travel in the 18 European countries of the Eurail Network. You can choose from 15 day, 21 day, 1 month, 2 month or 3 month passes, and travel as many days as you want within your pass limit. The standard Eurail Global Pass offers 1st class travel for everyone. The youthpass offers 2nd class travel for youths under the age of 26. The Saverpass option allows travel in 1st Class for 2-5 people traveling together.
Eurail Select Pass lets you choose any 3, 4 or 5 Eurail countries that are directly connected by rail or ship.This allows you to save money and only pay for the countries you need. Adjoining countries are defined as being connected by either rail or ship. For example, France, Switzerland and Italy would be a possible 3 country combination, but so would Sweden, Germany and Austria. Some country combinations are considered as only one country: The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg together are considered 1 country called "Benelux"; the combination of Bulgaria, Serbia, and Montenegro are also treated as one country; as is the combination of Slovenia and Croatia.
The countries in the EUrail network are:
Map of the Eurail Network Countries