European East Pass

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    The Slovak National Theatre is conveniently located in Bratislava.
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    The Prague Castle's exquisite architecture dates back to the ninth century. © CzechTourism.com
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    Enjoy the scenery aboard the Eastern European Trains.

European East Pass: Budget-Stretching? Czech.

Get unlimited train travel with a European East Pass when you book your pass with Rail Europe.

Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia share more than their neighborhood, they share the European East Pass. This pass allows you extensive travel on the national rail networks of Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia with your choice of any 5 days of rail travel within a one-month period and the option of adding up to 5 additional days for an additional cost.

With the European East Pass from Rail Europe, you’ll not just see, but experience, life in these scenic and unique regions. You can visit the birthplace of Mozart in Vienna, and the land of paprika in - where else - Hungary. The history-filled Czech Republic, and cave-filled Slovakia.

Besides the regions’ folk art and folk music, you get to enjoy another local treat: the folks. That’s the beauty of train travel around Eastern Europe. Whether you’re going from Prague to Vienna, or Budapest to Bratislava, you’re not isolated from real life or only surrounded by other visitors. It’s practically a native immersion experience, filled with authenticity. And forget waiting in local ticket lines, stressed over unfamiliar currency or changing conversion rates. You’ll also find a plethora of pertinent travel discounts come with your pass, including passage on additional trains and ferries. The European East Pass from Rail Europe. It will make your money, and your daydreams, go much further.

(Please note: Poland is no longer included in the European East Pass. For a rail pass solution that includes Poland, use our Passfinder wizard and we’ll provide you multiple rail pass options).

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