With the Eurail Regional Pass, combine 2 bordering countries for an exciting getaway. This pass offers the best value if you want to focus your European adventure on a specific region.
Eurail Regional Pass
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Offer ends April 29 2015 at 10am EST. More timezones.
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Trains in Europe
Europe’s extensive rail network connects all of Europe’s top destinations from world-famous capitals to charming off-the-beaten-track towns. Choose the type of train that best fits your travel plans – regional, high-speed, scenic or night train. And travel where you want by day or night.
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Get the most out of your Eurail pass by taking advantage of extra pass benefits. A range of discounts and special offers are available in the countries in which your pass is valid.
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What is Eurail?
Eurail is your key to discovering Europe. Hop and off many of Europe’s trains by simply showing your Eurail pass. Sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular views as you move from one top destination to the next on board Europe’s trains. Arrive in the city center ready to uncover rich history, thriving culture and diverse cuisine.
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Frequently asked questions
- What is a travel day?
A travel day lasts 24 hours from midnight to midnight. On each travel day you have access to the train networks where your Eurail pass is valid.Read more
- What does 10 or 15 days within 2 months mean?
A pass with a validity of 10 or 15 days within 2 months means that you're free to choose any 10 or 15 travel days within the overall validity period of 2 months. These travel days are flexible, so you can decide on the go when you use them. Choose the pass with the number of travel days that best fits your travel plans.
- What is the difference between 1st and 2nd class?
The difference between 1st and 2nd class rail travel is the level of comfort and the facilities provided. Most European trains have both 1st and 2nd class cars, but there are also trains without class distinction. A 1st class Eurail pass is more expensive than a 2nd class Eurail pass.Read more
- Are reservations included in my pass?
- Does it matter which country I start in?
No, you can start your trip in any country in which your Eurail pass is valid. For instance, if you have a Eurail Global Pass, you can start in any of the 28 countries that are included in your pass.