Deals on the Eurail Greece Pass
Take advantage of our Eurail One Country Off Peak Promotion and save 20%. Discover the country of your choice, by rail and save! Offer ends December 31, 2017.Read the Terms and Conditions Book Now
Bookings of a Eurail One Country Pass Off Peak Promotion made from October 3, 2017 through 12:00pm ET on December 31, 2017 will be eligible for the promotion. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases. The Eurail One Country Pass Off Peak Promotion is non-refundable and non-exchangeable. In order for one or two children ages 4-11 to travel free with an adult using a Eurail One Country Pass, the child pass or passes must be booked in conjunction with the adult rail pass in the same booking.
Eurail Greece Pass: Unearth great savings
The Eurail Greece Pass gives you extensive first class rail travel also offering youth discounts on the national rail network of Greece, with your choice of 3, 4, 5, or 8 days within a one-month period. You can also decide whether you’d prefer those travel days to be consecutive or non-consecutive.
Train travel in Greece is a great way to see more without ever having to worry about the airport or road signs. And you’ll be free to hop on and off at will wherever Greece’s trains take you. So, where will they take you?
How about to incredible coastal areas that leave no guessing as to why Greece was the home of the Gods. (Let’s face it-- they could have lived anywhere, but chose here.) Why not head north to Thessaloniki, Greece’s second city founded in 315 BC? Or visit relics of the Mycenaean, Classical and Byzantine civilizations in any number of museums, as rail travel transports you with the appropriate civility. No rushing to meet some random, infrequent schedule, or fishing for proper change at train station ticket booths.
You’ll find your Greece Rail Pass has hidden treasures, too. Like travel discounts on ferries between Greece and Italy. The Eurail Greece Pass from Rail Europe: proof that you don’t have to be an archaeologist to uncover something really great there.