Experience Europe by rail
Train travel in Europe is as common as car travel in North America. In Europe, every country has a dedicated rail service. But traveling through various countries can be challenging, given the different languages, different rules and all the planning. In 1959, a number of railway companies got together to create a single European rail pass, the "Eurail Pass". With this pass, traveling between countries became easier, faster and more economical than ever before.
Why you should choose a Eurail pass
The advantage of a Eurail pass is that if you decide to change your itinerary, you’re free to do so at a moment’s notice. And Eurail passes offer you a lot more:
- The more you travel, the more you save.
- Last-minute changes in your plan are welcome.
- Hop on and off the trains as you see fit.
- No need to wait in long lines at the stations for tickets.
- You don't have to buy tickets, from machines in foreign languages.
- The possibility to visit destinations you never considered.
- The journey becomes part of your adventure.
Countries covered by the Eurail pass
Eurail passes are accepted for train travel in Europe in up to 23 different European countries, including:
What if I only want to visit 1 or 2 countries?
Find your pass
Start planning your European rail adventure!
Explore 24 countries with 1 rail pass. Decide your route as you go along and fit in as many places as you want.
Select Pass 3, 4 or 5 countries
Choose 3, 4 or 5 bordering countries and travel through and between them as much as you like.
One Country Pass
Discover your favorite country in Europe by train.
Get to know a specific region really well.