Article published by Travel Bulletin, Australia. Author Grace Lech
The Eurail Pass hardly needs an introduction, having earned a reputation as the leader in European rail travel. I’ve sold European journeys to clients for well over a decade, the words Eurail Pass have crossed my lips countless times. But a recent trip to Europe allowed me to experience the rail network first hand once again. Read more
From Bergen to Oslo.
Superb scenery in Norway.
The ICE on board the ship from Denmark to Germany Puttgarden and included on the Eurail Pass.
Busy Hamburg Hauptbanhof.
Fields of gold in Europe.
Jungfrau Railways in Switzerland offer a 25% discount if holding a Pass.
Seating in Second-class travel on the City Night Line (CNL).
Thayls hi-speed train in France and compulsory reservations are required at all times.
Back in Berlin and the S Bahn is included if the date is marked on your pass.
The Intercity Express (ICE) one of the fastest trains in Europe.
Heading across by ferry from Stockholm Sweden to Helsinki – a discount is given for Eurail Pass holders.
Arriving in Lapland Finland with the Santa Claus Express.
Have your Passport stamped at the Santa Claus Village.
Departing from Rovaniemi to Helsinki – there was only one and half hours of daylight each day during mid December.