Discover Europe by Train with Eurail

Watch Europe’s landscapes and vivid scenery change by the minute, right outside your train window. See world-famous sites and hidden gems. All this and more is possible with Eurail.

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Travel Europe by train with a Eurail Pass
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Experience the best of Europe

Eurail is your key to visiting as many as 28 countries in Europe. Take a whistle-stop tour to Europe’s most famed cities – like Paris, Rome, and Berlin. Plus, there’s nothing stopping you from going to lesser-known but equally gorgeous towns along the way.


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The hassle-free way to travel

Get around Europe with the most hassle-free and comfortable travel option: the European rail pass. No airport check-in lines or being confined to your seat. Your Eurail Pass is an all-in-one train ticket for Europe, so you can enjoy every moment of your journey.


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Enjoy breathtaking scenery

A Eurail trip isn’t only about the places you visit. You’ll also be treated to diverse scenery as you travel from one destination to the next. Traveling Europe by train means you can ride alongside the snowcapped Alps in Switzerland, or gaze out at Tuscany’s rolling hills.


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