If you want to visit multiple countries or to explore one country in depth, we recommend buying a rail pass as they're cheaper, easier and more flexible than buying individual tickets out there. So whether you want to explore the countries of Eastern Europe or spend the summer traveling around Italy or the UK, take a look at our range of tickets and rail passes from Eurail, Britrail and Eurostar. T&Cs apply
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Check out our most popular single country passes below, or see all available country passes.
Heading to continental Europe after a trip to the UK? Eurostar is the best way to get from London to Paris, Brussels or Amsterdam!
Select European rail service including overnight trains and high speed services like Thalys or TGV require advanced seat reservations. These reservations can be made up to three months in advance and incur an additional fee. Seat reservation fees can often be avoided by choosing regional or daytime services instead.
Before getting on your first train, you will need to activate your rail pass. You can do this at most major train stations at the ticketing office. A railway agent will enter your travel dates and passport number, and validate it with an official stamp.
Most European rail services allow customers to bring up to three pieces of bags for free as long as weight and size restrictions are met. Many trains have overhead storage racks for smaller items, and larger bags can be stored in bins throughout the cabin. Passengers will be responsible for carrying and storing all bags for the entire journey. Check with specific train companies for individual restrictions and limitations.