Get on board Europe's trains
Explore Europe by train in up to 24 countries with the Eurail pass and choose from thousands of fascinating destinations to visit. Pick the type of train that best fits your travel plans and get where you want to go, by day or night. Travel quickly and in comfort from one exciting destination to the next while you watch inspiring scenery pass by.
Find out more: What is Eurail?
There are a number of train routes between France and Italy that use regional, high-speed, international or night trains, or a combination of these. Some of the trains covering these routes require advance seat reservations. During the busy summer period make reservations as soon as possible. View routes between France and Italy.
Trains per European country
Read about national railway companies and the different train types in each European country, as well as key routes and approximate journey times.
- Czech Republic
Top 5 routes in Europe
Find out which train routes are the most popular with other Eurail travelers to help you make your own exciting travel itinerary.
Travel on the popular route from Florence, Tuscany's beloved city of art, to Italy's capital, Rome with all its ancient splendor.
The Eurail pass
With a single Eurail train pass you can travel in up to 24 countries, hopping off along the way to experience Europe's most fascinating monuments, museums and breathtaking scenery.
The adventure begins with the train journey itself, which is why so many people choose to explore Europe by rail. Are you ready to choose the Eurail pass for your own European adventure?
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Add a ferry journey
Why not combine your European rail trip with a ferry journey? Add an extra ingredient to your holiday, plus reduce travel times between countries that are separated by water.
Sail across the majestic waters of the Mediterranean, travel between the Scandinavian countries by sea, or take a relaxing ferry journey to the ‘Emerald Isle’ (Ireland).
Your Eurail pass entitles you to FREE and discounted ferry travel on certain routes in Europe.