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Eurail Select Pass 4 Countries - Austria, France, Germany, Hungary

Find out why the best way to see Austria, France, Germany and Hungary is by train.

Pass Details

  • Unlimited train travel through all 4 countries
    (See below for all the great places you can visit with your pass!)
  • Choose the flexible number of Rail travel days that best fits your schedule:
    options include 5, 6, 8 or 10 days in a two month period
  • Children FREE! Up to 2 children ages 0-11 can travel free with each adult
  • Discounts for Youth ages 12-27 or groups of 2 to 5 people travelling together
  • FREE Delivery in North America
  • Promotions offering discounts or free days on Eurail passes are offered throughout the year*

Added Bonuses:

  • FREE Travel Pack with each Eurail purchase. Includes Travel Wallet, Rail Map, Pass Guide and souvenir (with return of travel survey)
  • Special travel discounts per country including ferry tickets, museums, buses, hotels and train lounges

*Summary of Top Conditions

  • Eurail Passes are not valid for travel by European residents
  • Passes must be validated before first use at the train station ticket office and within 11 months of Issue Date
  • Most high-speed and night trains require a seat reservation fee
  • Standard Eurail Passes are refundable, minus a 15% cancellation fee
  • Promotional passes such as the "20% off" and "free travel day" special are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Lost or stolen passes are also non-refundable unless covered by the Pass Protection Plan
austria

Austria offers a bit of everything of classic Mitteleuropa, from the outrageously baroque Abbey of Melk to the pastel lakeside village of Hallstatt; the thundering Krimmler Waterfall to the…

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france

Paris is awash in tourism icons—the Eiffel Tower, Mona Lisa’s smile, the Arc de Triomphe, Nôtre Dame cathedral, It is a city where the cuisine at Michelin-starred restaurants and fashions on rue…

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germany

Germany is the economic and industrial powerhouse of Europe, equally comfortable in its reputation for post-modern museums and cutting-edge club culture as in its tourist brochure image as a land…

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hungary

By the ninth century AD, the Magyar culture—which traces its lineage back 6,000 years to the Ural Mountains, and speaks a unique language that is a distant cousin to Finnish and Estonian (and…

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An Alpine postcard of cut-glass peaks and baroque towers, ski resorts and classical composers, where Teutonic central Europe meets the Slavic east.

Although its westernmost tip kisses the…

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From the lights of Paris to the vineyards of Provence, the beaches at Normandy to the highest peak in the Alps, France’s mix of gothic cathedrals, Impressionist painters, medieval villages,…

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This economic powerhouse mixes industrial might with castle-guarded rivers, medieval towns with Europe’s hippest party scene, fairytale landscapes with bustling cities spiked by glorious cathedral…

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Hungary is a spicy goulash of Magyar traditions, Turkish baths, Habsburg elegance, and post-Communist modernism.

Hungary has always been a land apart—influenced by the Slavic cultures…

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Austria
Whether you’re looking to cross a short distance or go cross-country by Austrian train, you’ll use the national railway system of…

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France’s national state-owned railway company is the Société nationale des chemins de fer français, or French National Railway…

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Deutsche Bahn, or German Railway (DB), is Germany’s…

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Magyar Államvasutak, or Hungarian State Railways…

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