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Trains in Europe

Trains are everywhere in Europe. Some of the trains travel at high speed across the continent, while others move around leisurely, either by day or by night. Find out about the different European trains like sleeper trains, chocolate trains, high speed trains and the provided facilities for a clear idea of what train travel in Europe is all about!

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High-speed trains

High-speed trains are the fastest way to get around Europe. You can cover large distances in great luxury, relaxing in a comfortable chair or enjoying a bite to eat in the dining car.

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Night trains

Night trains are a great way to get around Europe. Save precious travel time by moving between cities while you sleep and choose the accommodation that best fits you and your travel budget. 

 

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Scenic trains

Europe is a beautiful continent, but some parts of it are just exceptionally beautiful. In these parts you can find the scenic trains, which will carry you through amazing mountain scenery and past picturesque coastlines.

 

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Regional trains

Regional trains will take you anywhere in Europe, from the smallest village to the largest capital. These trains usually don't need a reservation and are a great way to discover every little corner of Europe.

 

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Ferries

With your Eurail Pass, you can get a discount on many ferries in Europe. Take a break from trains and travel between countries over water. You can also use ferries to visit stunning islands off the coast of Spain, Italy, or Greece.

 

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Railway carriers

A Eurail Pass is valid with many European railway companies. Aside from that, there are also participating ferry companies and public transport companies. Follow the link below to see the full list of participating companies.

 

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Train stations

European train stations are usually centrally located and easy to reach. There are often good facilities at the station and taxis, buses, and car rentals are never far away. If you're a little lost, let the train staff point you to your platform!

 

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The Eurail Pass

With a single Eurail train pass you can travel in up to 33 countries, hopping off along the way to experience Europe's most fascinating cities, monuments, and breathtaking scenery. Travel at your own pace and know that for every European vacation, there is the perfect Eurail Pass!

 

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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