Coronavirus restrictions: check before you travel
Many European countries have introduced travel restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak. These restrictions vary by country, but train operators may be running reduced timetables and some routes may be suspended.
This means that our timetable may not be fully accurate at the moment. Please check with the train operator before you travel for the most up-to-date timetable information.
Check our coronavirus information centre for the latest information on travel restrictions by country.
Plan smarter with our new timetable
1. Search for a journey
Search for train times across Europe and see where your Eurail Pass can take you.
2. Check seat reservation prices
See whether seat reservations are required for your journey and how much they could cost.
Why do I need to buy a seat reservation when I already have a Pass?
Seat reservations aren’t included in your Eurail Pass, but for a small fee they guarantee you a comfy seat on busy routes across Europe. Not all trains require a reservation, but trains that require reservations normally save you time and have lots of extra features, like wifi and power sockets or sleeping facilities.
Popular train journeys
Amsterdam to Paris
London to Amsterdam
Prague to Budapest
Hamburg to Copenhagen
Rome to Milan
Madrid to Barcelona
Need help planning your trip?
Plan your itinerary from scratch
Can't decide which route to take or which Pass you need? Plot your whole trip across Europe on our interactive map and we'll find the perfect Pass for your itinerary.
Choose from our popular itineraries
If you're not sure where to start, we've got plenty of suggestions. Choose from our library of itineraries across Europe, then customise it to suit your plans.
- Which trains are included in the Pass?
You can use your Pass to travel on the national railways and some private railways in the countries where your Pass is valid. In some cases, these train networks reach airports as well. Check the full list here. The Pass even includes certain buses and ferries to make sure everything is within reach.
Some popular trains like the Eurostar, Thalys, TGV, and AVE are included in the Eurail Pass, but require that you purchase a seat reservation.
- Why can't I find my journey in the timetable?
Our timetable covers most popular routes in Europe, but is not 100% accurate as not all European railways choose to share their timetable data. There are a few things you can do if you can't find your journey:
Planning in advance? Check back closer to the time
If you get no results for your chosen journey, check back in a few weeks. We update the timetable every month with the latest data from the railway companies.
Can’t find your station? Try another spelling
Try searching again with the city or station's local spelling. If you still see no results, you can check missing train times by country below.
Can't find your train? Check direct with the railway company
Not all railway companies share their timetable data with us, so unfortunately results for the countries below might be missing or incomplete. Choose a country to check timetables on the national railway company's website:
For general information on routes and seat reservations in each country, check our information on trains by country.
- How do I make seat reservations?
You can make seat reservations through the Eurail.com website for 95% of all European trains. To do this, you need a Eurail Pass and a Eurail.com account. You can also book many trains through our Rail Planner App.
Reservations for Italy, France, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and the Benelux will be sent to you as e-tickets. You need to print these e-tickets and bring them with you on the train. For other countries, you'll receive your reservations as paper tickets through registered mail.
Please check out other reservation options if you want to make reservations for domestic trains in Portugal, or any trains in Ireland, Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, Serbia, or Turkey.