Balkan Flexi pass

The Balkan Flexi Pass offers unlimited travel on the national rail networks of Bosnia, Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania and Turkey.

Valid for any 5, 10 or 15 days of travel within a 1 month period, in First Class.

The 7pm rule applies.

Age Conditions:

  • Children under 4 travel for free and do not need a pass. These children are not entitled to a seat and during busy times, may be required to sit on the accompanying adult’s lap.
  • Children aged between 4 and 11 pay 50% of the adult fare.
  • Travelers aged 12 to 25 can purchase the youth pass.
  • Travelers aged 60 years or older can purchase a senior pass.
  • Central Europe Triangle Pass

Central Europe Triangle Pass

The Central Europe Triangle Pass allows for travel on one of the following itineraries within one month, in Second Class.

Two itineraries to choose from: Vienna-Prague, Prague-Budapest, Budapest-Vienna OR Vienna-Prague, Prague-Salzburg, Salzburg-Vienna

The journey can be made in any sequence in the chosen itinerary.

The Pass is valid for one month from validation at the station.

The 7pm rule applies

Children’s Rules

  • Children under the age of 4 travel free if they do not occupy a seat.
  • Children from 4 to 11 years old on the first day of travel, travel half of the adult fare.

European East Pass

  • The European East Pass offers unlimited travel on the national rail networks of Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary.
  • Valid for any 5 days of travel within a 1 month period with the ability to add up to 5 additional days. It is available in First and Second Class.
  • Valid on all non-stop trains on the German leg of the section between Kufstein and Salzburg.
  • The 7pm rule applies.

Children’s Rules

  • Children under the age of 4 travel for free if they do not occupy a seat.
  • Children aged between 4 and 11 years travel for half of the adult fare, on the first day of travel.

The European East Pass is also valid on the routes of the following private Austrian Railway Companies:

  • Raab – Oedenburg Ebenfurter Eisenbahn: Ebenfurt – Sopron
  • Special travel bonuses: to be arranged locally (subject to change without notice)
  • Danube river trips with DDSG Blue Danube: scheduled trips Melk – Krems (Wachau), scheduled trips in Vienna, scheduled trips on Sundays only Vienna-Dürnstein-Vienna, Vienna-Orth-Hainburg-OrthVienna.
  • Free entrance to the ÖBB Lounges Wien Südbahnof (South Train Station)-closed until further notice, Wien Westbahnhof (West Train Station), Klagenfurt Hbf and Salzburg Hbf and Innsbrück Hbf stations lounges for First Class Pass-holders.

Eurail Global Pass

The Eurail Global Pass covers a wide network of high-speed and local trains throughout Western Europe. It is the best option for passengers wanting to discover many countries. It offers unlimited rail travel on the national rail networks in 28 European countries:

The 7pm rule applies

Saver option is available for 2 – 5 adults travelling together at all times.

Austria Belgium Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria
Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Finland
France Germany Greece Hungary
Ireland Italy Luxembourg Montenegro
Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal
Romania Serbia Slovakia Slovenia
Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey

 

Child & Youth Conditions

  • Children under 4 travel for free and do not need a pass. These children are not entitled to a seat and during busy times may be required to sit on the accompanying adult’s lap.
  • Children between the ages of 4 and 11 travel for free with a Child Pass.
  • A child must be accompanied, at all times, by at least one person with an Adult Pass or Adult Saver Pass.
  • The Adult does not have to be a family member and can be anyone over 18 years old.
  • Up to two children can travel with one adult. For example, when two adults are traveling, they can take four children with them.
  • If more than two children are traveling with one adult, a separate first class Youth Pass needs to be purchased for the additional children.
  • Travelers aged 12 to 25 can travel with a First Class or Second Class Youth Pass.

Travel Report:

Prior to boarding a train, bus or boat, passengers must record their trip in the Travel Report on the Pass cover (in blue or black ink). If passengers travel without having entered the trip in the Travel Report, they risk a fine and payment of a full fare ticket. The conditions of use are no longer printed in the Eurail cover but in the traveler’s guide. Therefore, it is mandatory to give traveler’s guide to customers.

Bonuses and Benefits:

  • For a full list of benefits, bonuses, discounts and locations of Eurail Aid Offices, please contact your World Travel consultant or download the Eurail App on your smartphone.
  • Benefits Rule: Travel bonuses may require a daily travel Pass.
  • Eurail pass holders are entitled to special Pass-holder fares.
  • At the moment there are no extra pass benefits for Eurail pass holders in the following countries: Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Montenegro and Poland.
  • Please note that Eurail Passes are not valid on the Postbus lines in Switzerland.
  • For Eurail Pass holders covering Switzerland, a point to point ticket has to be purchased to cover the journey from/to Disentis to/from Brig (private line of Glacier Express in Switzerland). Eurail Pass holders are entitled to a 25% reduction on this point to point ticket. The fare is available in Euronet by searching for “Glacier Express or MGB Eurail Pass- holder Fares”.
  • Valid on DB IC buses, Second Class only. Reservations are compulsory

Eurail Regional Passes

Eurail Regional Passes combine two bordering countries which offer the best value for money for those who choose to concentrate your European adventure within a specific region.

Passengers choose the number of days they wish to travel during a two-month period.

Eurail Regional Passes are available in the following countries:

  • Austria – Croatia / Slovenia Pass
  • Austria – Czech Republic Pass
  • Austria – Germany Pass
  • Austria – Hungary Pass
  • Austria – Switzerland Pass
  • Benelux – France Pass
  • Benelux – Germany Pass
  • Croatia / Slovenia – Hungary Pass
  • Czech Republic – Germany Pass
  • Denmark – Germany Pass
  • Denmark – Sweden Pass
  • Finland – Sweden Pass
  • France – Germany Pass
  • France – Italy Pass
  • France – Spain Pass
  • France – Switzerland Pass
  • Germany – Poland Pass
  • Germany – Switzerland Pass
  • Greece – Italy Pass
  • Hungary – Romania Pass
  • Italy – Spain Pass
  • Norway – Sweden Pass
  • Portugal – Spain Pass

 

Scandinavia Pass

  • The 7pm rule applies.
  • Saver option is available for 2 – 5 adults travelling together at all times.

Child & Youth Conditions:

  • Children under 4 travel for free and do not need a pass. These children are not entitled to a seat and during busy times, may be required to sit on the accompanying adult’s lap.
  • Children between the ages of 4 and 11 travel for free with a Child Pass.
  • A child must be accompanied, at all times, by at least one person with an Adult Pass or Adult Saver Pass.
  • The adult does not have to be a family member and can be anyone over the age of 18.
  • Up to two children can travel with one adult. For example, when two adults are traveling, they can take four children with them.
  • If more than two children are traveling with one adult, a separate First Class Youth Pass needs to be purchased for the additional children.
  • Travelers aged between 12 and 25 can travel with a First Class or Second Class Youth Pass.

Travel Report:

Prior to boarding a train, bus or boat, passengers must record their trip in the Travel Report on the Pass cover (in blue or black ink). If passengers travel without having entered the trip in the Travel Report, they risk a fine and payment of a full fare ticket. The conditions of use are no longer printed in the Eurail cover but in the traveler’s guide. Therefore, it is mandatory to give traveler’s guide to customers.

Bonuses and Benefits:

  • For a full list of benefits, bonuses, discounts and locations of Eurail Aid Offices, please contact your World Travel consultant or download the Eurail App on your smartphone.
  • Benefits Rule: Travel bonuses may require a daily travel Pass.
  • Eurail Pass holders are entitled to special Pass-holder fares.
  • Please note that Eurail Passes are not valid on the Postbus lines in Switzerland.
  • For Eurail Pass holders in Switzerland, a point-to-point ticket has to be purchased to cover the journey from/to Disentis to/from Brig (private line of Glacier Express in Switzerland). Eurail Pass holders are entitled to a 25% reduction on this point-to-point ticket. The fare is available on Euronet by searching for “Glacier Express or MGB Eurail Pass- holder Fares”.
  • Valid on DB IC buses, Second Class only. Reservations are compulsory

 

Eurail Select Pass

Unlimited travel on the national rail networks of any four adjoining Eurail countries that are connected by train or ship.

AustriaItalyFrance
Benelux (Belgium-Netherlands-Luxembourg)*IrelandBulgaria
Montenegro-Serbia*Czech RepublicNorway
DenmarkPortugalFinland
RomaniaSwedenSlovenia-Croatia*
GermanySpainGreece
SwitzerlandHungaryTurkey

* Considered one country

Four countries:Five, six, eight, ten days within two months

Countries connected by train or ship:

AustriaCroatia/Slovenia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland
BulgariaGreece, Montenegro/Serbia, Romania, Turkey
Croatia/SloveniaAustria, Bulgaria/Montenegro/Serbia, Hungary, Italy
Czech RepublicGermany, Austria
DenmarkGermany, Norway, Sweden
FinlandGermany, Sweden*
FranceBenelux, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland
GermanyAustria, Benelux, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Sweden, Switzerland
GreeceBulgaria/Montenegro/Serbia, Turkey, Italy**
HungaryAustria, Bulgaria/Montenegro/Serbia, Croatia/Slovenia, Romania
IrelandBenelux, France
ItalyAustria, Croatia/Slovenia, France, Greece**, Spain, Switzerland
Montenegro/SerbiaCroatia/Slovenia, Greece, Hungary, Romania
NorwayDenmark, Sweden
PortugalSpain
RomaniaBulgaria/Montenegro/Serbia, Hungary
SpainFrance, Italy, Portugal
SwedenDenmark, Finland*, Norway,Germany
SwitzerlandAustria, Germany, Italy, France
TurkeyBulgaria, Greece

Child & Youth Conditions:

  • Children under 4 travel for free and do not need a Pass. These children are not entitled to a seat and during busy times, may be required to sit on the accompanying adult’s lap.
  • Children between the ages of 4 and 11 travel for free with a Child Pass.
  • A child must be accompanied, at all times, by at least one person with an Adult Pass or Adult Saver Pass.
  • The adult does not have to be a family member and can be anyone over the age of 18.
  • Up to two children can travel with one adult. For example, when two adults are traveling, they can take four children with them.
  • If more than two children are traveling with one adult, a separate First Class Youth Pass needs to be purchased for the additional children.
  • Travelers aged between 12 and 25 can travel with a First or Second Class Youth Pass.

Travel Report:

Prior to boarding a train, bus or boat, passengers must record their trip in the Travel Report on the Pass cover (in blue or black ink). If passengers travel without having entered the trip in the Travel Report, they risk a fine and payment of a full fare ticket. The conditions of use are no longer printed in the Eurail cover but in the traveler’s guide. Therefore, it is mandatory to give traveler’s guide to customers.

Bonuses and Benefits:

  • For a full list of benefits, bonuses, discounts and locations of Eurail Aid Offices, please contact your World Travel consultant or download the Eurail App on your smartphone.
  • Benefits Rule: Travel bonuses may require a daily travel Pass.
  • At the moment there are no extra pass benefits for Eurail pass holders in the following countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia.
  • Eurail pass holders are entitled to special Pass-holder fares.
  • Please note that Eurail Passes are not valid on the Postbus lines in Switzerland.
  • For Eurail Pass holders covering Switzerland, a point-to-point ticket has to be purchased to cover the journey from/to Disentis to/from Brig (private line of Glacier Express in Switzerland). Eurail Pass holders are entitled to a 25% reduction on this point to point ticket. The fare is available on Euronet by searching for “Glacier Express or MGB Eurail Pass- holder Fares”
  • Valid on DB IC buses, Second Class only. Reservations are compulsory.

 

Eurail Attica Pass

  • Includs 6 ferry crossings (2 international between Italy and Greece; 4 domestic trips between the Greek islands) within 1 month.
  • Only valid on vessels operated by the Attica Group (Superfast and Blue Star Ferries).
  • Trips may be done consecutively or non-consecutively.
  • Rail/Bus transfer between the international port of Patras and the domestic port of Piraeus.
  • Domestic trips are only available in Economy Class in aircraft style seats.
  • International trips in first class offer a bed to share in a 4 berth compartment with facilities. Economy seats are also available for international trips.

International routes:

  • Patras<>Ancona
  • Patras<>Bari
  • Igoumenitsa<>Ancona
  • Igoumenitsa<>Bari
  • Corfu<>Ancona
  • Corfu<>Bari

Domestic Routes:

  • Piraeus-Heraklion (the line is jointly operated with ANEK Lines)
  • Piraeus-Paros-Naxos-Ios-Santorini
  • Piraeus-Syros-Paros-Naxos-Santorini-Iraklia-Schinoussa-Koufonissi-Donoussa-Amorgos (Katapola & Aegiali)-Astypalaia
  • Piraeus-Santorini-Kos-Rhodes
  • Piraeus-Syros-Amorgos (Katapola)*-Patmos-Leros-Kos-Rhodes
  • Piraeus-Astypalaia-Patmos-Lipsi-Leros-Kalymnos-Kos-Nisyros-Tilos-Symi-RhodesKastellorizo
  • Piraeus-Chios-Lesvos (Mytilene)
  • Rafina-Mykonos-Paros-Naxos-Ios *the line with a star is operated only during summer season (e.g. Katapola)

Benefits:

Pass-holders are entitled to a 30% discount on any additionally purchased domestic ferry tickets.

Children’s Rule:

  • Children aged between 4 and 11 are entitled to a 50% discount.
  • Children under 4 years of age travel for free if they are not occupying a space (sharing a seat/bed with paying adult).
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  • Youth passengers aged 12 to 25 may travel with a First or Second Class Youth Pass.

Travel Report:

Prior to boarding a train, bus or boat, passengers must record their trip in the Travel Report on the Pass cover (in blue or black ink). If passengers travel without having entered the trip in the Travel Report, they risk a fine and payment of a full fare ticket. The conditions of use are no longer printed in the Eurail cover but in the traveler’s guide. Therefore, it is mandatory to give traveller’s guide to customers.