• The German Rail Pass offers unlimited travel on trains on the national rail network of Germany which is operated by Deutsche Bahn (DB). The pass will include the trains to Salzburg in Austria and Basel Bad Bf in Switzerland, it is not valid for travel on DB Autozug and DB Urlaubsexpress (UEX)
  • German Rail Pass Flexi: three, four, five, seven, ten or 15 days in a one month period
  • German Rail Pass Consecutive: three, four, five, seven, ten or 15 days consecutive
  • First and Second Class fare options are available
  • Traveller Type: Adult, Child, Youth (12-27) and Twin
    • A Twin Pass is a discounted fare quoted per person for two passengers travelling together at all times
    • Children aged 6-11 travel free and are limited to two children per adult
    • Children under six years of age travel free
    • Additional children or children travelling alone must purchase a Youth Pass
  • The 7pm rule applies

Additional Routes included with the German Rail Pass:

  • ICE International trains to/from Brussels and Liege
  • Usage of the DB/Austrian railways EuroCity trains to/from Kufstein, Innsbruck, Bolzano/Bozen, Trento, Verona, Bologna and Venice
  • DB IC busses on the following lines:• Dusseldorf-Roermond-Eindhoven-Antwerp-Ghent-Lille
    • Dusseldorf-Maastricht-Liège
    • Frankfurt (Main)-Frankfurt Hahn Airport-Trier-Luxemburg
    • Leipzig-Prague
  • RailJet services between Munich & Salzburg operated by DB
  • Reservations are mandatory on ICE trains to/from Brussels/Liege and DB Busses.

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