Passes vs Tickets

Point-to-point travel and pass travel are both valid options for exploring Europe. Each has its own benefits. Point-to-point tickets are good for short distance travel, such as travel from city to city within a country. They are also a good value if you plan to restrict your travel and are only going to one or two places. The drawbacks come in the form of ticket lines, local currencies, languages and potentially higher prices. Click here to use our exclusive Railsaver Technology to find the best option for your needs and itinerary. In general, passes are a good value if you plan to travel extensively throughout one or several countries, or if you plan to cover long distances.

RailSaverIn general, passes are a good value if you plan to travel extensively throughout one or several countries, or if you plan to cover long distances. They provide access for most rail routes and allow you hassle-free travel by not having to wait in lines at the train station to get tickets. You also get theft or loss security if you choose Pass Security. In some cases you will still have to make reservations or pay supplements, but most routes allow for unlimited pass use without having to pay an extra fee. You can use RailSaver.com to help you determine what combination of passes and tickets is best for you.

For a listing of point to point prices go to our point-to-point tickets page.