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European rail passes

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See also
The complete list of trains with compulsory reservation you can find at InterRail website [].
Detailed city to city connections are listed on the Raildude [] website. Showing the exact reservation fees and always options to avoid them by using other connections with reservation free train types.
The '''InterRail''' [] pass allows any person who has been a legal resident in Europe (so not ''just'' the EU!) or any of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia for at least six consecutive months ('''not travelling on a visa, or military personnel living on a base'''), to travel throughout Europe by train.
===Types and prices===
Children under 4 years can travel free.
The price for Global range from €169 for 5-in-10 2nd class Youth pass to €929 €1050 for 1 month 1st class adult pass. The one country pass prices vary more from country to country.
===Rules of use===
'''Eurail''' [] is a variety of rail passes which cover travel in a total of 23 countries in Europe: Austria (including Liechtenstein), Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France (including Monaco), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Intended for foreign visitors to Europe, the pass is similar in scope to Inter Rail, which is exclusively for European residents []. Eurail Passes and Eurail tickets may not be sold to residents of European countries, Turkey, Russia, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia. ==See also==* [ Rail Europe]
===Eurail Global Pass===
===Eurail Select pass===
The '''Select pass''' allows you unlimited travel in 3, 4 or 5 adjoining countries for 5, 6, 8, 10, or 15 travel days in a 2-month period (the 15-days version is only available for 5 countries).
===Eurail Regional Pass===
===Rules of use===
Passes must be '''validated''' by a railway agent '''prior''' to first day of use []. Holders of non-consecutive days passes should mark the date in the appropriate box before boarding a train or ship for the first time each day.
Unlike Inter Rail, there are no limitations regarding the starting country, and there are no discounts for travel outside the selected zones.
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