Do I need a reservation?
If you’re planning to see a lot in a short amount of time on your Eurail trip, then you’ll most likely need to buy some seat reservations for high-speed routes before you go. You can see which trains require a reservation in our timetable, or you can check by country or by train type.
Know your itinerary?
Search for your route and we'll tell you if you need a seat reservation.
Got a rough plan?
See where you're most likely to need additional seat reservations.
Know your trains?
Check our list of high-speed trains for details about reservations.
What are seat reservations?
Still not sure about reservations? We have all the answers – find out what they are, how to book them and how much they cost.
Can I avoid seat reservations?
We’re all about flexibility – most trains covered by your Eurail Pass don’t require seat reservations, so if you’re willing to take a slower route you can often avoid the extra cost. National trains will take you to all corners of Europe, and you can just hop on and off as you please.
More about reservations
Can I avoid trains with reservations? Some trains in Europe must be booked in advance. Find out how you can avoid trains with seat reservations.
How do I book my reservations? Certain trains in Europe require an advance reservation. Find out how to make seat reservations on European trains before you travel.
Seat reservation Fees Find out reservation fees for high-speed and night trains in Europe, and let us help you book them!
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