EURail Passes

  • 31 July 2023
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I’m a little confused, I am looking at a global pass, so:

  1. When it says #days within #months, lets say 15 days within 2 months, does that mean that I only 15 days that I can use the EURail pass within a limited time of 2 months?
  2. #days/months, lets say 22 days, does that mean that I have 22 days to use the EURail pass but it has to be consecutive (ie. everyday I have to be travelling?)



Best answer by Al_G 31 July 2023, 04:24

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There are 2 types of pass.

Continuous passes, such as the 22 day, are valid for the set number of days in a row counted from the first day you activate it for.

You can use it as much or as little as you like but it will expire after the set (eg 22) number of days regardless of how many days you have used it for.


Flexi passes are valid for a set number of days over a fixed period, so 15 days of your choice out of 2 months. The 2 months is counted from the first day the pass is validated for, so if first day is 18 August the last day you can use it for will be 17 October.