Find European train times
Use the Eurail timetable to start planning your European rail trip. Look up departure and arrival times of trains on your chosen route, along with the exact names of the stations you need. The timetable also shows if your train requires a reservation.
You can also check train times at the station. At major stations, computerized boards offer live departure information or you can ask train staff at a ticket window.
Please note that your pass is only valid on trains operated by the participating railway companies.
Spelling of train station names
Some city names can only be found when you use the local spelling. Check the list below for the most common ones:
- Beograd = Belgrade
- Koebenhavn = Copenhagen
- Lisboa = Lisbon
- Praha = Prague
Looking for Charles de Gaulles airport (near Paris, France)? Search for: Roissy (CDG terminal).
Trains that don't appear in timetable
Not all trains appear in the Eurail timetable. These are listed below with details on how to find train times:
- All trains in Greece. Visit Trainose
- Trains operated by TreNord in Italy. Visit TreNord
- All trains in Northern Ireland. Visit NI Railways
- Suburban trains in Spain. Visit Cercanias
Reservation fees for certain trains in Norway and Portugal
The timetable states that reservations for trains in Norway and Portugal are not compulsory, however, reservations are required for long distance trains in Norway and for IC trains in Portugal.
Rail Planner – offline timetable for Eurail
Main features of the App:
- Offline train timetable.
- Details of Eurail benefits.
- List of Eurail aid offices and airport links.
Things to keep in mind:
- In the search results overview it is not stated if a train needs a reservation or not. You’ll have to open and expand one of the search results to find out if you need a reservation.
- In the rail planner app, Thello trains (Paris to Rome/Venice) are displayed as EN (Euronight trains). The Thello is unfortunately not included in the Eurail pass, so you’ll have to buy a full fare ticket. These trains are listed as follows:
- Paris – Rome: EN 207
- Rome – Paris: EN 227
- Paris – Venice: EN 221
- Venice – Paris: EN 220
Download the Eurail timetable
You will receive a free printed Europe rail timetable booklet with your order. It shows the main European train routes.
Train schedules may change, so we recommend that you consult online timetables as well.
To download the Eurail timetable:
- Eurail 2013 timetable (PDF, 7 MB)
In English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Korean, Chinese, Japanese
Eurail.com is not responsible for train times and train information. Please double check timetable information at the train station as this may change.