- Rail Passes
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- Eurail Austria-Czech Republic Pass
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- Eurail Austria-Hungary Pass
- Eurail Austria-Slovenia/Croatia Pass
- Eurail Austria-Switzerland Pass
- Eurail Benelux-France Pass
- Eurail Benelux-Germany Pass
- Eurail Benelux Pass
- Eurail Czech Republic-Germany Pass
- Eurail Denmark-Germany Pass
- Eurail Denmark-Sweden Pass
- Eurail Finland-Sweden Pass
- Eurail France-Germany Pass
- Eurail France-Italy Pass
- Eurail France-Spain Pass
- Eurail France-Switzerland Pass
- Eurail Germany-Poland Pass
- Eurail Germany-Switzerland Pass
- Eurail Greece-Italy Pass
- Eurail Hungary-Croatia/Slovenia Pass
- Eurail Hungary-Romania Pass
- Eurail Italy-Spain Pass
- Eurail Norway-Sweden Pass
- Eurail Portugal-Spain Pass
- Eurail Scandinavia Pass
- Eurail One Country Pass
- Eurail Austria Pass
- Eurail Bulgaria Pass
- Eurail Croatia Pass
- Eurail Czech Republic Pass
- Eurail Denmark Pass
- Eurail Finland Pass
- Eurail Greece Pass
- Eurail Hungary Pass
- Eurail Ireland Pass
- Eurail Italy Pass
- Eurail Norway Pass
- Eurail Poland Pass
- Eurail Portugal Pass
- Eurail Romania Pass
- Eurail Slovenia Pass
- Eurail Spain Pass
- Eurail Sweden Pass
- Travel Tips
I would like to know if someone has used an Interrail or Eurail pass. Im planning to travel across Europe during a month going trough Barcelona, Turin, Milan, Budapest, Belgrade, Kotor, Dubrovnik, Split, Hvar, Prague, Amsterdam and then returning to Barcelona.
I can buy a Interrail pass but i read in the web page that you cant use it in the country were you reside. I live in Uruguay, South America but i also got Italian citizenship does this mean that i cant use it in Italy?.
In the forums in here i have read that is not convenient to buy a train pass.
What do you think?
I’m going away to Europe in June for 16 days with this rough itinerary:
Amsterdam: 3 days
Dusseldorf: 1 night
Rhine Valley (Bonn – Mainz) via ferry: 2 days
Stuttgart: 1 days
Munich: 3 days
Prague: 3 days
Budapest: 3 days
What would be the best railpass to use? I’ve done some research and I think getting the regional Germany-Czech pass would probably be the most practical. Other than this pass, the only other train tickets would be from Amsterdam- Dusseldorf and from Prague-Budapest.
More importantly, how many days should I get the railpass for?
We’re thinking of starting a 2 – 2 1/2 week trip in Rome, then making our way to Italy, Munich, Paris, Brussels with a day trip to Bruges, and ending up in Amsterdam (we think that’s probably the best order, but if you have any other suggestions that’s great). We thought at first that we would just take the Eurail to every city, but the gaps between Florence, Munich, and Paris are pretty far. Also, Italy isn’t adjacent to Germany, so it couldnt’ be counted on a 4-country pass.
Hello everybody, I am planing to do a trip in June/July, to 47 destinations in Europe in 12 different countrys.
I guess that the best option is a two months railpass, but I don’t understand the system. Is it unlimited trips for two months? (so I could be literally be two months over a train?)
Seems as I have to fill up everytrip I make? and also does it works for all trains in the available countrys? (high speed trains for example)
and what’s the deal with booking? should I be booking also everytime I want to travel?
what’s the policy for things you can carry in those trains?
Hello. I am 29 years old doing some traveling in Europe for fun and for work and am traveling to the following locations in the order listed:
Oct. 09 – Fly into Prague
Oct. 13 – Munich
Oct. 16 – Salzburg (overnight train to Venice)
Oct. 19 – Venice
Oct. 21 – Interlaken (overnight train to Hamburgh)
Oct. 23 – Hamburgh and then driving down to Hannover (for work)
Oct. 29 – Berlin
Nov. 01 – Fly home from Berlin
So, I have five countries and 6 train travel days. It appears as though I could get a Eurail select pass for about $140 USD less than the Eurail golbal pass.
i’ve been reading that you can try to save money by skipping a night in a hostel, and traveling throughout the night instead. true or false?
and if true, how much does it cost to reserve a couchette on a train? how far in advance can you reserve and can you do it through germany’s deutsche bahn website, or is it best to book it once in europe at the train station itself?
I was wondering which one is faster & more efficiant.
I’m planning of flying to London, staying there for maybe 4 days & buying a seperate ticket from London to Paris. Around how much would this ticket cost and what company should I go with?
So I am planning to travel to London, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Krakow, Prague, Venice, and Madrid next spring.
I am just wondering what kind of train ticket I would need to get. I’m a little confused as to what I would need to buy.
I have bought my train pass and have 10 days in 2 months. I know most of the in and out’s of the rail system, except have one problem. As a majority of my destinations on rail require reservations for the seats, I was wondering if it was better to purchase now, or just wait until I fly into Rome and get all the pass at Roma Termini Station. Or my final option is to buy as I go, but I am afraid the trains I need will be full. Any advice or personal experience would be appreciated. Thank you!
I’ve been researching for some time about getting around europe through eurail. So far as you can see I’m traveling to about 5 different countries, which means I’m going to end up with a Eurail Select Pass. But I have a few questions:
(1) For the most part, a eurail pass is all i need to get around correct? Say for example I need to travel within the same country [Montreux, Switzerland] to [Geneva, Switzerland], a eurail pass should suffice?