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Eurail One Country Pass

Do you live outside Europe, Russia or Turkey and want to discover your favourite European country by train? The One Country Pass is your rail flat rate for the country of your choice.


  • Travel throughout a specific country within 3 to 8 days in a month
  • Paperless travel with the mobile Pass
  • Unlimited train use on the day of travel
  • Bookable for 30 European countries
  • 3, 4, 5, 6 or 8 freely selectable travel days within one month
From EUR 54

From 01.06.24-01.09.24, reservations are compulsory on many cross-border connections to and from Germany. Please book a separate seat reservation for your journey during this period. You can find more information in the FAQ.

Would you like to enjoy unlimited travel across Germany?

Further information: Then book the German Rail Pass

Frequently asked questions

Travellers whose permanent place of residence is outside Europe, Turkey or Russia can book a Eurail Pass. The Pass is non-transferable.

The Eurail One Country Pass is available for the following countries:

Austria, Benelux, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.

You can explore 33 countries with just a single Eurail Pass.

You can travel on 3, 4, 5, 6 or 8 travel days of your choice within one month with the Eurail One Country Pass.

Prices for a Eurail One Country Pass vary from country to country. Some One Country Passes are available from as little as EUR 54.

  • Children under the age of 4 travel for free and do not need their own Eurail Pass.
  • Up to two children under the age of 12 can accompany an adult free of charge. A Eurail Youth Pass must be booked for each additional child.
  • Children under the age of 12 travelling alone require a Eurail Youth Pass.
  • Young people aged 12 and over require a Eurail Youth Pass.

You can purchase a Eurail Pass in several ways:

  • Mobile-Pass:
    You can book your Eurail Pass digitally, by selecting the "mobile Pass" option at the checkout. You will then receive an e-mail containing the order confirmation and Pass number, which you can use to load your Pass to the Eurail/Interrail Rail Planner app.
  • Online booking with Pass sent by post:
    You can order your Eurail Pass online and receive it by post. Please allow enough time for delivery.
  • Individual support:
    Would you like individual customer support and the opportunity to buy a Pass over the counter? If so, you can purchase your Eurail Pass at one of the Eurail Aid Offices at selected DB stations.

To travel with the mobile Pass, you need your smartphone, the Rail Planner App and an internet connection (at least once every three days). Simply select the "mobile Pass" option at the checkout. You will receive an e-mail containing the order confirmation and Pass number so you can load your Pass to the app.

Activating your mobile Pass
Follow the instructions in the order confirmation e-mail to load the Pass to the app and activate it. You can either do both steps at once, or add the pass to the app first and activate it later – it's up to you.

Travelling with the mobile Pass
Find the routes and travel connections you need in the Rail Planner App. Tap a connection to save it to My Trip, where you can see all your travel plans at a glance. When you are ready to make the trip, tap it to add that journey to your Pass. The journey will then appear under My Pass as a ticket, so that you can show it during ticket inspection on the train.

You can download the Rail Planner app here:

You can buy a Eurail Pass at the earliest 11 months before your journey begins.

You will need a reservation to travel on many of Europe’s high-speed trains and on all night trains. You cannot travel on these trains without a reservation.

You can make reservations for almost all European trains up to two months before departure, in some cases up to three months. You can do so at DB sales points and at

Reservation costs are not included in the Eurail Pass.

When travelling with the Eurail Pass, you must show the identification document specified in the Eurail Pass on the train.

When purchasing, you must specify the following:

  • First name and surname
  • Date of birth
  • Country of residence
  • The number of your valid ID document
  • The date of your departure (= start of the Pass’s validity period)

Exchange before the first day of validity:
Free of charge

Cancellation up to and including the first day of validity:
Subject to a fee of 15%

Exchange or cancellation after the first day of validity:
Not possible

Your Eurail Pass offers you a variety of benefits and discounts, such as for hotels and museums. You can find a complete overview of the benefit partners at: