Eurail Germany-Poland Pass

  • German Rail Pass
    Explore Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin. © Kaster, Andreas - German National Tourist Board
  • Poland
    Explore Warsaw in the evening.
  • Munich
    Explore the flourishing city of Munich, Germany.
  • DB
    High speed. High class. Deutsche Bahn trains. © Deutsche Bahn AG

Eurail Germany-Poland Pass: Travel history

 

Perfect for history buffs, folklore aficionados, and people who just want explore more. The Eurail Germany-Poland Pass gives you extensive travel on the national rail networks of Germany and Poland, with your choice of first or second class rail travel for 4, 5, 6, 8 or 10 days within a two-month period. This pass also offers saverpass discounts for 2 or more traveling together and you can decide whether you’d prefer your travel days to be consecutive or non-consecutive.

Seeing Germany by rail is not only sophisticated and relaxing, it may very well be the best way to explore the country. That’s because the German rail system is extraordinarily efficient. You can reach almost every major city in Germany via train, while traveling in some of the most modern transportation in Europe, including the ultra-quiet, high-speed ICE. In fact, those sporty German autos have nothing on spectacular German train cars: often surpassing the speeds of the urban Autobahn and the comfort of expensive, cramped sports cars.

You’ll find trains in Poland decidedly quainter. However, the locals will be just as engaging as you sit among them, taking in the atmosphere, the scenery and local color. You’ll find other bonuses to a Eurail Germany-Poland Pass as well, including travel discounts that include the Berlin-Warsaw Express and regional cruises.

When you travel Germany and Poland by rail, you’ll also be forgoing other hassles: the airport, navigating your way when you don’t know the language, and keeping up with unfamiliar road practices. The Eurail Germany-Poland Pass. Isn’t it time you made some of your travel wishlist history?

Additional Resources

We understand that traveling in Europe can be different from what you're used to. We've put together some resources to answer the most common questions to get you feeling like a pro.