Deals on this Eurail Pass
Eurail One Country & Regional Passes: Free Day Plus $100 Off With Any Sightseeing
Book this Eurail Pass by December 31, 2015 and enjoy an additional day of train travel absolutely free. Explore more! And now during our cyber week deals, save $100 with coupon code EURAILCYBER100 when you book the Eurail Pass Free Day Promotion and any sightseeing product. Hurry! This offer lasts until December 4, 2015.Read the Terms and Conditions
Enter coupon code EURAILCYBER100 during checkout on delivery page to receive $100 off your booking that includes a sightseeing product and a Eurail One Country or Regional Passes Free Day Promotion.
One coupon code per booking may be applied. Offer is limited to the first 350 bookings, or until the promotion’s end date of 5:00 pm ET on December 4, 2015, whichever comes first. Offer is valid for online bookings only and is subject to change or extension without notice. The extra free day is already included in the validity options listed on this booking page. In order for one or two children ages 4-11 to travel free with an adult using a Eurail Pass, the child pass or passes must be booked in conjunction with the adult rail pass. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases.
Leave the past behind with the Poland Pass.
Alive with history and culture, despite a memorably tumultuous past, there’s no better time to travel Poland by train. And let’s not forget its breathtaking scenery, including the Carpathian mountains, lakes (around 10,000!), and beautiful forests.
The Eurail Poland Pass lets you see Poland your way with travel days that you can use either consecutively, or scattered throughout one month. In Poland’s capital and largest city, Warsaw, you’ll discover “medieval” Old Town. Founded at the turn of the 13th century, it’s now a thriving urban center that’s been completely reconstructed after having been destroyed during World War II.
Krakow, named the European City of Culture in 2000, is arguably the most dynamically developing of Polish cities and considered a scientific, economic, and social hub. And no trip to Poland is complete without a stop at Gdansk. It’s where the flame that signaled the collapse of communism was raised by Lech Walesa.