Choose the right Eurail pass
Follow these 4 steps to choosing the right Eurail pass for your European vacation:
1. Countries: Where in Europe do you want to go?
Experience all of Europe's highlight with the Global Pass
Want to see as much of Europe as possible? Then our Eurail Global Pass is a popular choice. You can travel by train in and between 28 countries, all with one rail pass.
Select 2, 3, or 4 bordering countries with the Select Pass
With the Eurail Select Pass you only pay for the countries you want to visit. You can select 2, 3, or 4 of your favorite countries, as long as they are bordering. For example combine France, Italy Spain and the Benelux.
Visit 1 country with our One Country Pass
2. Validity: How far and how often do you want to travel?
Each Eurail pass has a different validity period. For the Eurail Global Pass it ranges from 5 days to 3 months. For the Select Pass it ranges from 5 to 10 days.
Will you take a train almost every day? Choose a Eurail pass with a continuous validity. For example: with the Eurail Global Pass 22 days continuous, you can you travel on 22 consecutive days.
Will you travel once every few days? Choose a Eurail pass with a flexible validity period. For example: with the Eurail Global Pass 15 days within 2 months, you are free to choose 15 days on which you want to travel, during a period of 2 months.
3. Discounts: Do you qualify for youth or group discounts?
Each Eurail pass offers various discounts:
Are you under 26 on the first day your pass is valid? Then you can get a discounted youth pass.
2 adults or more can get a group discount by buying a Saver Pass. You will need to travel together since you share one pass.
Children under 12 travel for free with Eurail.
4. Class: Do you prefer to travel in 1st or 2nd class?
Eurail passes are available for 1st class and 2nd class, depending on the pass you choose. A 1st class Eurail pass is also valid for 2nd class train travel.