Point-to-Point Tickets

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Point-to-point rail tickets are a good way to stretch the time on a rail pass or as an alternative if your travel needs are limited. They are especially convenient for shorter distance trips and can save you money when used in conjunction with a rail pass purchase.

Not sure if a railpass will pay for itself? Research our extensive fare database below or use our exclusive Rail Saver™ Technology to calculate the best combination of point-to-point tickets and rail passes for your specific itinerary.

Quick Tip: For smaller towns or long distance routes between cities, the dynamic fare finder will piece together and combine multiple point-to-point tickets.

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How do I pick a pass?

Select your countries

Which countries do you want to visit on your trip to Europe? Some travelers want to go everywhere. Some only want to see a handful of neighboring countries (like Italy, Spain, and France). Some want to pick and choose across the entire region. No matter your preference, there is a pass for you.

Determine your budget

Your budget goes a long way in determining which pass is right for you. After narrowing down your wish list, go through your trip budget and figure out how much you can set aside for a rail pass. Remember, the more places you go and the faster you move, the more your pass will be.

Figure Out Length of Your Trip

Some travelers go to Europe for a couple of weeks, like for a spring break during college or a shorter vacation. Some go for the entire summer. Some take months and months to explore the continent, while others travel Europe for as long as possible. There are rail passes available to suit any traveler and pretty much any timeframe.

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