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Eurail Select Pass 4 Countries - Hungary, Montenegro-Serbia, Romania, Slovakia

Find out why the best way to see Hungary, Montenegro-Serbia, Romania, and Slovakia 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
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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serbia-montenegro

Montenegro
Miniscule Montenegro is one of Europe’s smallest countries—and its youngest, separating itself officially from the former Yugoslav state of Serbia on October 22,…

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romania

Romania sprawls across southeastern Europe from the Carpathian Mountains to the Danube Valley to the shores of the Black Sea, a relatively young nation knitted together in 1877 from the medieval…

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slovakia

The far less famous (and less tourist-crowded) half of the country that used to be called Czechoslovakia, Slovakia offers Old World central European charm, craggy castles, deeply forested…

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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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From the shores of the Black Sea to the forested Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania, the largest nation in southeastern Europe retains much of that Old World air while bustling to modernize in…

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A land of rugged mountains, baroque cities, and medieval castles mixing Slavic traditions with Magyar flair.

Bratislava, with its baroque old town on the Danube River entombed in Communist…

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Magyar Államvasutak, or Hungarian State Railways…

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The mystery of Romania attracts many travelers a year who are never disappointed by its intricate architecture and rich history. The Romanian rail…

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With a rich folk culture and gorgeous terrains, Slovakia simmers with interesting people and locales. Slovakia’s capital, Bratislava, is at the…

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