Welcome to the Eurail community!

  • 14 August 2023
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Welcome to the Eurail community!
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Welcome to the Eurail community! This is a dedicated social space for you to connect with your fellow rail travel enthusiasts, get first-hand advice, and find inspiration.

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Are you getting ready for travel? Stop by Eurail & Interrail passes. It’s your go-to platform for discussing everything related to our Passes and Pass inclusions.

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Hello!! During the day, if I change several times of train, it’s only one day of my Eurail pass?

 Thank you very much. 

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yes it is only one day

Thank you very much 🙏🏼🙏🏼

If I travel by train to Luxembourg and than fly to Vienna, can I take a train from Vienna to Venice? Or do I have to travel continuously lets say from Luxembourg to Vienna and Venice? Thanks

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Sure it's not a problem to fly inbetween. On a pass day (00:00 - 23:59) you can board as many trains as you'd like.

If you'd like to avoid flying there are good night trains from Paris/Strasbourg (not daily), Brussels/Liège or Koblenz (departure 23:46) to Vienna. One pass day used since only the departure day counts. You have to pay accommodation : about 15€ for a seat, 30-40€ for a couchette or more for a private sleeper -> cheaper than a hotel night.

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