Europe Rail Travel

Rail Passes & Train Tickets

Trains in Europe are reliable, fast and comfortable, and whizz you across borders with minimal fuss. If you want to visit multiple countries or to explore one country in depth, we recommend buying a rail pass as they're cheaper, easier and more flexible than buying individual tickets out there. So whether you want to explore the countries of Eastern Europe or spend the summer traveling around Italy or France, it's time to take a look at our range of tickets and rail passes to get you around Europe!
From now till 7 March till 9 April 2019, enjoy up to 10% off Eurail Passes! Book your Eurail Global Passes with just $99 FLEXIRail today and pay the balance a month before you depart. Get the best prices guaranteed here or contact our Rail Specialist on WhatsApp at 8134 3648 to find out more.

Eurail Passes

Global Pass

Travel 3 Daysfrom $254

The Global Pass is considered the 'golden ticket' of European rail travel, because it gives you the freedom to have unlimited travel within your chosen countries and time frame, allowing you to rock up to a train station whenever you want and get to your next stop! Plus, with discounts available for youths and groups, having a Global Pass can often be the cheapest way to travel around Europe. Buy your pass before you go and start planning your route!

2019 Updates: Great Britain, Lithuania and Macedonia are now included in your Global Pass! Over-60s can now save an extra 10% on adult prices. Hop aboard Leo Express and RegioJet trains now with your Eurail Pass. Our Greek Islands Pass now lets you choose from 53 islands to explore by ferry instead of 28.

Eurail Passes

One Country Passes

Travel 3 daysfrom $78

Don't just get a fleeting glimpse at your chosen country, get under its skin and all that it has to offer with the One Country Pass. Available in 19 countries, these small but perfectly designed passes give either 3, 4, 5 or 8 days of travel within a one month period. With unlimited travel options and discounts available for youths and groups, get your rail pass before you go and start planning your route.