European rail travel
You can now book train tickets online for European rail travel with MyTrainTicket, covering most countries in Europe including France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Benelux, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia. Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, find your European rail ticket here. You could treat the family to a trip to Disneyland Paris, spend a few days exploring the Alps (fantastic in summer or winter!), or just enjoy immersing yourself in the local culture.
Whether you want to travel locally or long distance, Europe boasts a wide range of different types of train. You can travel overnight, on local or high speed trains, or even take you car on the car carriers.
If you fancy an adventure, why not book an InterRail pass – the perfect way to explore Europe by train. There are four different types of pass available according to your age, so it’s not just for students! You can book up to three months before you intend to travel, making it easier to budget for your trip.
The flexibility of the InterRail passes allow you to explore all the countries you’ve ever wanted to, taking in the culture, the scenery and the cuisine. From large cosmopolitan cities, with their vibrant nightlife to small mountain villages, miles from anywhere and anyone. Whatever you fancy, the InterRail passes are perfect!
One country passes
With a one country pass you can have unlimited travel for 3, 4, 6 or 8 days during a month, in the European country of your choice.
Perfect in smaller countries like Croatia, where you can travel throughout the country, on any day you like. So even if you only have a chance to get away from work for 7 days, there is plenty of time to explore the beauty of Europe.
Explore for as little as 69 – maybe even cheaper if you’re under 25!
For students and those of you who have more time on your hands, multi-country passes are the best. You have two choices:
- Flexi passes – valid for travel in up to 30 countries for travel on a fixed number of days in a 10 or 22 day period
- Continuous passes – valid for travel for 15 or 22 consecutive days or a whole month
You can even purchase a First Class pass, if you’d rather travel in more luxury!
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