Eurail Pass Train Timetable - Find your train times and connections
Eurail Pass Train Timetable
To avoid trains that require seat reservations, remember to tick the box that says "Avoid trains that require reservations".
Read Tips on Using the Eurail Timetable
Tips On Using The Eurail Timetable
Here's some more useful information:
How Do I Use the Timetable
I can't find my train, station or city. What do I do?
Some city names can only be found when you use the local spelling. This is the case for Prague (Praha), Lisbon (Lisboa), Belgrade (Beograd) and Copenhagen (Koebenhavn). When looking for Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, search for Roissy CDG instead.
Many European cities have more than 1 railway station. When you're not sure where to go, you should always select the first search result. This is usually the biggest station in the city and will be located in or near the city center. If you're looking for the station nearest to your hotel, you can use Google Maps to find it.
Keep in mind that there are some exceptions to the rule above. For instance, the most central station in Venice is Venice Santa Lucia.
However, the timetable lists Venice Mestre first, as this is the station most night trains go to.
There are some trains that don't appear in the Eurail timetable.
They are listed below with instructions on how to find train times:
How can I find alternatives for trains that need a reservation and/or are fully booked?
Timetable Avoid trains with reservations:
If the options above haven't helped:
French trains can become fully booked:
How do I know which trains in the timetable are included in my Eurail Pass?
Check here to see which participating railways' trains are included in your Eurail Pass. Keep in mind that even if a train is included in your Pass, you still may need to make a reservation.
Travel Times In Europe
Check out the travel times between popular European cities. With Eurail, all of Europe is within your reach!