Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Salzburg itinerary review
  2. 2 Tours vs solo travel (want to see as much as possible in 3-4 months)
  3. 3 Help! Need Itinerary advice for Vacation in the Alps
  4. 4 What is the hostess gift you love to give or receive?
  5. 5 Athens hotel with Acropolis view from room/balcony
  6. 6 Last minute trip to Germany and Switzerland
  7. 7 Tips for 2018 Eastern Europe trip
  8. 8 Ischia Earthquake/mobile wifi
  9. 9 Milan and Lake Como
  10. 10 weekend from cologne germany
  11. 11 Mallorca: Hotel in/near Palma?
  12. 12 Trip Report Estonia, Finland, and Iceland: Summer 2017
  13. 13 Rome to Naples/Pompeii
  14. 14 Switzerland in September
  15. 15 Mid-late Oct in Slovenia?
  16. 16 Where to eat in Rome?
  17. 17 Montserrat, Spain - Sept 8 or Sept 10?
  18. 18 de Roma A Como en 6 días
  19. 19 Neuschwanstein Castle and Munich
  20. 20 Trip Report TRIP REPORT: Paris, Bordeaux, Dordogne, Toulouse, Provence, and more
  21. 21 Positano or Sorrento?
  22. 22 Provence, Strasbourg, Paris early September
  23. 23 Oy, I need help with this mid Sept U.K. trip!
  24. 24 UK or France or elsewhere, July 2018, good price from west coast?
  25. 25 Only 3 days: Asturias or French Basque?
View next 25 » Back to the top

EU railpass or not?

Jump to last reply

Hi Everyone,
I will be travelling to Europe next year so I have lots of time to plan ahead.

My itinerary is as follows

Bath
London
Paris
Strasbourg
Munich
Berchtesgaden
Prague
Berlin
Copenhagen
Ghent
Amsterdam
Back to London to fly home

I will backpacking with my wife within the span of 40-50 days. I will be over 26 and she will be under 26 years of age.

I have been looking into the Select 4 Pass (10 Days in 2 Months) and also the Global pass (10 days in 2 months).

I am wondering if a Railpass would even be worth it for my destinations? Particularly I am not sure how the Eurostar fits into this?

Thanks!

12 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement