Eurail Two Country Select Pass

If you want to get a taste of 2 different cultures on a single trip, choose the Eurail Two Country Select Pass (previously called the Eurail Regional Pass). This pass lets you discover 2 bordering European countries by train and offers the best value if you want to focus your adventure on a specific part of Europe.

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Choose your countries


Select 2, 3, or 4 bordering countries to see the Eurail pass options that best suit your travel plans.

Italy Portugal Spain France Belgium the Netherlands Luxembourg Serbia Ireland Switzerland Turkey Greece Finland Sweden Norway Denmark Poland Bulgaria Romania Slovakia the Czech Republic Montenegro Hungary Austria Slovenia Croatia Germany


Find and click on countries you'd like to visit using the map and boxes below.


Railway in the Austrian Alps

Capital: Vienna

Enjoy "The Sound of Music"-like views from the train window.


Futuristic Liege-Guillemins railway station

Capital: Brussels

Take advantage of Belgium's fast, efficient train network.


Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria

Capital: Sofia

Admire views of Bulgaria's conifers, deciduous forest and open fields.


View of Split

Capital: Zagreb

Take the train south to Split to enjoy Croatia's stunning coast and islands.

the Czech Republic

View of Prague Castle

Capital: Prague

Hop off the train at some of the charming towns in the Czech Republic.


Bridge across Torne River between  Finland and Sweden

Capital: Helsinki

Head up north by train for views of Finland's great wilderness & glistening lakes.


Landscape in Garfagnana, Lucca

Capital: Rome

Take a train ride though Tuscany's rolling hills for unforgettable views!

the Netherlands

Dutch tulip field

Capital: Amsterdam

Play "spot the windmill" as you travel by train through the Dutch countryside!


View from a train in Norwegian mountains

Capital: Oslo

For top views of Norway's mezmerizing scenery hop on board the train!


View of Giewont mountain

Capital: Warsaw

Gaze out the train window at Poland's farmland and pretty cottages.


Railway across Lake Skadar

Capital: Podgorica

The views from the train look like something out of "Lord of the Rings"!


Vineyards and forest along the Mosel river in Germany

Capital: Berlin

Take a scenic train ride through Germany's beautiful Black Forest.


Train on railway viaduct in Douro Valley

Capital: Lisbon

Take in views of Portuguese vineyards, the Douro River & charming villages.


Bucegi mountains

Capital: Bucharest

Catch sight of Romania's impressive Bucegi Mountains from the train window.


Train near Mokra Gora

Capital: Belgrade

Take the train to southern Serbia - you're in for a scenic treat!


Bratislava, Slovakia

Capital: Bratislava

Slovakia’s capital Bratislava is warm, hospitable and a lot of fun for casual travelers. If you’re feeling adventurous, head east to discover the country’s breathtaking mountain ranges.


Scenic view of Slovenia mountains

Capital: Ljubljana

Sit by the window for a showcase of Slovenia's glorious scenery!


High-speed trains AVE in Madrid

Capital: Madrid

Travel between Spain's main cities onboard comfortable high-speed trains.


Northern lights in Swedish Lapland

Capital: Stockholm

Take the train north to Swedish Lapland for the Northern Lights & ice fishing!


Scenic view from Jungfrau Bahn

Capital: Bern

The Swiss Alps, turquoise lakes & charming Swiss cabins - all on one train ride!


Trains at Haydarpasa Station

Capital: Ankara

The Turkish train network connects all corners of this fascinating country.


Green mountain landscape Inishowen

Capital: Dublin, Belfast

Admire the "Emerald Isle's" lush green countryside from the comfort of your seat.


Beautiful vineyard in Badacsony

Capital: Budapest

Snap some pictures from the train window of Hungary's farmland & quaint villages.


Scenic view of Luxembourg

Capital: Luxembourg City

Snap some shots from the train of the rolling hills of Luxembourg's Ardennes.


Country field in Denmark

Capital: Copenhagen

Take a relaxing train ride through Denmark's pretty countryside.


Railtrack, Villefranche sur mer

Capital: Paris

The train runs alongside France's Côte d'Azur coastline - the views are breathtaking!


Nestos river at Thrace

Capital: Athens

The rugged mountains of Greece are in full view from the train window.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What is a travel day?  

    A travel day is a 24 hour period within which you can travel on trains with your Eurail Pass. It lasts from 12:00 a.m. (midnight) to 11:59 p.m. on the same calendar day. On each travel day, you have access to the train networks where your Eurail Pass is valid.

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  • Are reservations included in my Pass? 

    No, reservations are not included in your Eurail Pass. Train reservations are required on most high-speed and all night trains. It's often possible to avoid reservations by taking regional trains instead.

    Read our reservation guide for more information or book your reservations with us.

  • What does 4, 5, 6, 8 or 10 days within 2 months mean? 

    A pass with 4, 5, 6, 8, or 10 days within 2 months means that you get 4, 5, 6, 8, or 10 travel days during which you can travel by train within a 2 month period. Travel days are flexible so you can decide on the go when you use each one.

  • 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.

    Compare Eurail Pass prices.

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  • 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. You can also travel back and forth between these countries.

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