German Rail Pass

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Traveling the rails through Germany is something that every rail traveling visitor to Europe should experience. With some of the finest rail routes, including the line along the Rhine Valley, travelers can take in some spectacular scenery at no extra cost! With cities like Berlin, Stuttgart, Munich, Hamburg and Cologne, Germany is a country with a lot to offer. The German rail infrastructure is one of the finest in the world with high speed trains that make short work of the journeys between most major cities. The German train service has to be experienced to be believed, with its unquestionable efficiency and very comfortable carriages it deserves its reputation as one of the finest in the world.

  • You have a choice of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 days of travel within a 1 month period.
  • Adult 1st Class and 2nd Class passes are available.
  • There are also Twin-passes good for two people traveling together.
  • Travelers under 26 can save with the Germany Youthpass.
  • The pass is valid to Salzburg, Austria and Basel Bad, Switzerland.

Where to buy your Rail Pass

Non European (Eurail Passes)

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UK & Europe (Interrail Passes)

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