Pass types and discounts
Find out which pass you can use
Eurail passes can only be used by non-European residents, who have lived in a non-European country for at least 6 months (counted on the first day of travel with the pass). Complete list of nationalities eligible for a Eurail pass.
Get a discounted pass
Yes, we offer discounts on certain Eurail passes for child, youth and senior travelers, as well as for groups.
Exploring Germany by rail
No, Germany isn't available as a One Country Pass. However, Eurail does offer various train passes which combine Germany with 1 or more countries.
Exploring Switzerland by rail
No, Switzerland is not available as a One Country Pass. However, Eurail does offer various train passes which combine Switzerland with 1 or more other country.
Exploring France by rail
No, France is not available as a One Country Pass. However, Eurail does offer various train passes which combine France with 1 or more other country.
Find out about using your travel days
A travel day lasts 24 hours from midnight to midnight. On each travel day you have access to the train networks and participating ferry companies where your Eurail pass is valid.
Choose the days you travel by train
A pass with "10 or 15 days within 2 months" means that you get 10 or 15
travel days of train travel within a period of 2 months. This type of pass is sometimes referred to as a "flexi pass".