German Rail Pass


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Book before 28/04/2014 and save 20% on your 10-day pass & 10% off your 5-day pass!

Overview

  • Destinations: unlimited travel on the national rail network of Germany. Use an extension to travel beyond Germany.
  • Seat reservation: Not included in the pass. Must be booked separately.

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Validity Class
Adult Child Children up to 4 travel free and those aged under 12 get a discount. Senior Senior travellers aged 60 or over get a discount. Youth Travellers aged 12 to 25 get a discount.
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German Rail Pass

Travel days The travel days indicate how often you can use a railpass.

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Adult

1 to 10 pax

Child Children up to 4 travel free and those aged under 12 get a discount.

1 to 10 pax

Senior Senior travellers aged 60 or over get a discount.

1 to 10 pax

Youth Travellers aged 12 to 25 get a discount.

1 to 10 pax

5 days (within 1 month) 1,411 1,129 1,045 836 706 n/a 523 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 836 n/a
10 days (within 1 month) 1,912 1,528 1,411 1,131 956 n/a 706 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1,134 n/a
Up to 20% off  Fare conditions
3 days (within 1 month) 1,358 1,087 1,009 805 679 n/a 505 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 805 n/a
4 days (within 1 month) 1,463 1,168 1,082 865 732 n/a 541 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 868 n/a
5 days (within 1 month) 1,567 1,254 1,160 930 784 n/a 580 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 930 n/a
6 days (within 1 month) 1,729 1,382 1,280 1,024 865 n/a 640 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1,024 n/a
7 days (within 1 month) 1,896 1,515 1,405 1,123 948 n/a 703 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1,123 n/a
10 days (within 1 month) 2,387 1,910 1,766 1,413 1,194 n/a 883 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1,416 n/a

Pass details

Make the most of your trip in Germany!

The sightseeing of its varied landscape of mountains, forests and lakes will enchant you. Germany offers you as well a wide range of events, concerts and carnival parties that make the country a great holiday destination to be discovered with the rhythm of a complete rail travel across the country.

Who can get

Any person living in a non-European country for more than 6 months can use the German Rail Pass. Please note that residents of Russia and Turkey are not eligible to use it.

How to use

Validation
  • Passes must be validated within 6 months of issuing date by a railway official in one of the countries mentioned on the rail pass (station’s desk) who also fills in the passport number.
  • Passes must be validated prior to boarding 1st train (All parties must be present when validating a Saverpass).
  • The date of travel has to be entered in the correct way before boarding the first train, by the traveller, in the corresponding box of the calendar.
7:00 pm rule
The 7PM rule allows you to benefit from a free travel day. Make sure that the following conditions are respected:
  • Your pass should be activated
  • You should not have travelled by train prior to your boarding on the departure day
  • Board a night train after 7:00 pm
  • Arrive at your destination after 4:00 am on the next day
  • The arrival date should be within the validity of the pass
If the conditions are respected, then you only have to write the arrival date on your pass.
If the conditions are not respected, then you have to enter the departure and arrival dates on your pass.

How to activate your pass?

You must activate or validate your rail pass at the train station. A railway staff will write down the first and last day of validity on your pass and will stamp it. This procedure must be done before using your rail pass.Click on the link to view the features that are necessary to activate a German Rail Pass .
German Rail Pass

Bonuses

  • The German town Rail Pass is available in either for the 1st and 2nd.
  • Infants (under 2 years starting the day with a path) free (when sharing a bed / seat with adult)
  • Children (ages 6 and older use the path to the start date, 12 years): half the adult rate
  • German Rail Pass Extension: buy the extension and use it in conjunction with your pass to travel as much as you want beyond Germany to cities like Brussels, Prague and some to some most sought cities in Austria and Italy


Travel map

The German Rail Pass is THE best way to discover Germany for non European residents. This pass provides unlimited travel on the Deutsch Railways (Deutsche Bahn) either in 1st Class or 2nd Class.

Moreover, thanks to partnerships bonuses, Germany can be the starting point of a more complete trip across Europe with special offers Berlin Warszawa Express, Paris-Germany Night Trains...

Your imagination is the unique limit to your journey.

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F.A.Q

  • Q. What are the differences between Full Fare, Leisure Fare, Youth Fare, Passholder Fare and Senior Fare on Eurostar?
  • Q. When do I need to check-in before boarding a Italo train?
  • Q. Will there be shower facilities on the train?
  • Q. Can I borrow my travel partner’s rail pass if I prefer visiting Prague and that my partner wants to visit Hamburg?
  • Q. Can I buy my Eurail Italy pass once in Italy?
  • Q. How many pieces of luggage are we permitted to carry on Eurostar?
  • Q. Do bonuses take up 1 day on a railpass?
  • Q. How far in advance can I book a ticket for Italo?
  • Q.Will there be a toilet on the train?
  • Q. What is the refund policy for tickets?

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    "3-day Rail Pass"

      Suntheralingam v. 
    Bought the above and travelled to a few cities in Germany viz Passau and Koln. Very convenient. No hassle. Just hop onto virtually any DB train and the whole of Germany is yours. Excellent and very worth it for long trips.    Value for money  Convenience

    "Nice and easy"

      Amit s.  24/02/2014
    The trip was perfect. There was a delay in one of the train, but that was only for 15 mins and didn't affect my plan. Overall very satisfied.    Value for money  Convenience

    "wonderful"

      Yuan w.  12/01/2014
    rail way is always the good choice to travel.    Value for money  Convenience

    "Ms Carmen CHAN"

      Man Ying Carmen c.  30/11/2013
    The price of the German Rail Pass is very reasonable that would allow me to travel from Frankfurt to Fusen and vice versa. Apart from that, I can stay in Wursburg, Koblenz, Cochem and through the Romantic Road. The trip was smooth and one of the reasons was I would not interfere with any transportation problem because I had purchased your German Rail Pass. Thanks for your offer.    Value for money  Convenience

    "Enjoyable "

      Chui Ki l.  14/11/2013
    The trip is nice and safe.    Value for money  Convenience

    "Close to our expectations"

      Suk Ha t.  04/11/2013
    We have read the Travel Book    Value for money  Convenience

    "Excellenet service"

      Sharada h.  17/06/2013
    User friendly web site and quick prompt service!    Value for money  Convenience

    "A good travel experience"

      Yuen Mei Yolanda t.  26/02/2013
    The German Rail Pass is convenience and economic for budgeted travelers. It would help to save more $$ and time. The train officers were really nice, even arrange a 1st class seat for me and my sister whom were carrying 2 big luggages. German is a really nice place with environment and people    Comfort  Value for money  Convenience

    "An excellent way to travel"

      Judith p.  24/10/2012
    My train trips in Germany were very comfortable. The ticketing process was easy. My only complaint is that there was no one to help me with my heavy bag on and off the train. I was away for eight weeks so had a rather big bag which someone put on the top luggage shelf on my way to Munich. There was no one on the station to help and I asked a man who was getting on the train to get it down for me. I was afraid the train was going to leave with me on it.    Comfort  Value for money  Convenience