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Eurail: Passes

The Eurail Global Pass is the European Rail Passes with the most extensive travel possibilities: practically unlimited travel in Global Pass countries. All types of Eurali passes my be ordered online.

With a Eurail Global Pass you can travel on any of the days within the validity period of the Eurail Global Pass. The Eurail Global Pass is available for 15 days, 21 days, 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 10 days within 2 months or 15 days within 2 months, thus giving you the flexibility to travel on any day within this period.

The Eurail Global Pass also entitles you to benefit from bonus discounts, such as reductions on the fares of some hotels, busfares and shipping lines.

You can choose from three types of Eurail Global Pass: the Eurail Global Pass Adult, Saver or Youth.

The Eurail Global Pass Adult is valid in first class carriages including some major shipping lines. The Eurail Global Pass Adult is the most appropriate Pass for travelers aged 26 or over, who travel by themselves. The Eurail Global Pass Adult is available for travel during 15 days, 21 days, 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 10 days within 2 months or 15 days within 2 months. Children under the age of 4 travel for free. Children aged 4 up to and including 11 pay half the fare of the Eurail Global Pass Adult.

The Eurail Global Pass Saver offers a special price for two or more people traveling together: a reduction of 15% on the Eurail Global Pass Adult price. Valid for 1st-class travel in 18 countries, including some major shipping lines. The Pass is available for travel during 15 days, 21 days, 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 10 days within 2 months or 15 days within 2 months Children under the age of 4 travel for free. Children aged 4 up to and including 11 pay half the adult fare.

If you are older than 11 and younger than 26 on the first day of travel, you can buy a Eurail Global Pass Youth, offering you 35 percent discount on the Eurail Global Pass Adult fare. Youth Passes are valid in second class only in 18 countries and on some major shipping lines. Travelers under 26 years of age may also buy a regular Eurail Global Pass Adult if they prefer travel in first class carriages. Available for travel during 15 days, 21 days, 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 10 days within 2 months or 15 days within 2 months Children under the age of 4 travel for free. Children between 4 up to 11 years old get a 50% discount on the Eurail Global Pass Adult price

Also available: The Eurailpass Global Pass Flexi.

Like the Eurailpass Global Pass, the Eurailpass Global Pass Flexi offers unlimited travel in 18 European countries, but travel days do not need to be used consecutively. Good for any 10 or 15 days of travel within a 2 month period.

The standard Eurailpass Global Pass Flexi offers 1st class travel for everyone. The Eurailpass Global Pass Flexi Saver option allows travel in 1st class for 2-5 people traveling together. The Eurailpass Global Pass Flexi Youth offers 2nd class travel for youths under the age of 26.

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