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ABOVE: An express train in Italy.

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In addition to being our business partner, Rail Europe--a subsidiary of the Swiss and French national railroads--is probably the most comprehensive source of European rail information on the Web. It sells Eurailpass, regional and national passes, Eurostar, and other rail tickets in the U.S., Canada, and Britain. The site also has links to general agents in other countries where you can order passes or tickets before leaving home.


Go directly to the source for information on European rail passes. (Eurail is for travelers who live outside Europe; InterRail has passes for European residents.)

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In this article:
European Rail Passes - Introduction and multi-country passes
National passes, rail/drive, and point-to-point tickets
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