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A Pass for Any Plan
Have a question? Please call 1-866-549-7614 (within the USA) and ask for Dave, our Eurail Expert!How much time ya got?
Some travelers want are heading to Europe for a couple of weeks, say for a spring break during college. Some go for the summer; some take months and months, and go all over Europe for as long as possible.
And there are rail passes available to suit any traveler and pretty much any timeframe. For starters, we can suggest some to you:
Have a pretty good idea of where you want to go, how you want to get everywhere, and about how long you want to spend? Punch some basic info into our Railsaver, and we'll suggest the best pass for you.
If time is tight, you may also be considering flying. And hey, in the end you might find that taking a plane is the best way for you to do everything in a limited amount of time (if so, check out flights here). But if your schedule isn't so hectic as to require a plane, we think taking a train is the best way to go. Why?
- Especially for large distances, the train is usually faster than bus or car.
- When you arrive in town, you arrive in town. Train stations are located in city centres, unlike airports, so are close to hostels, pubs, sights, restaurants, public transportation you name it. Lets you use your time better.
- Travel and rest overnight, arrive refreshed in the morning. You save money on accommodation, save time not having to look for accommodation, and when you pull into town in the morning, you have the whole day ahead of you.
- Don't have to worry about traffic.
- The train allows you to comfortably sit back and enjoy the view.
- Compared to other types of travel, rail passes provide amazing flexibility for your route and cost-effectiveness for your budget.
- Use the train to 'blitz' all the places on your travel plan, and still get the most out of your time.
Put together and purchase your European Rail Pass. If the UK is in your plans too, you can purchase your BritRail Pass as well. Use our Railsaver to build your itinerary, or click the link below to get started on figuring out the pass that will work best for you.