Eurail pass

Eurail Pass is sold in most countries outside Europe to persons who are residents in these areas. You can use a Eurail pass if you are a resident of a non-European country. You are considered to be a resident of a country if you have been living in this country for longer than 6 months on the first day of validity of your pass.

Eurail Pass types

  • Global Pass – Travel by train in 24 European countries
  • Select Pass – Travel by train in 3, 4 or 5 European countries
  • Regional Pass – Travel by train and combine 2 bordering countries
  • One Country pass – Travel by train in 1 European country

If you are 25 years or younger on your first day of travel you can order a 2nd class youth pass – saving 35% discount on the adult price! This is the affordable European rail pass for students, backpackers and other young travelers who want to pack in as much as possible of Europe into one trip. If you would like to travel 1st class, you'll need to order an adult pass.

Children aged 11 or younger get a 50% discount on adult prices. If they are under 4 on their first day of travel they travel for free.
Child passes are available for either 1st class or 2nd class travel.

The Saver Pass is a discounted Eurail pass for a small group of travelers of 2-5 people. You save 15% on the adult prices and 50% per child. The Saver Pass is the affordable way for families, friends and other groups to explore Europe by rail.
Saver Passes are valid in 1st class, except for the Eurail Norway Pass and the Eurail Scandinavia Pass which are only available in 2nd class.

Price and validity

Pricing and ticket types are partially different in the different sales areas. When buying tickets in Europe the selling price is 10 % higher than the rate applicable outside Europe.

Eurail passes are accepted on all NSB regional trains, but not on the airport express train/ Flytoget.

In Norway Eurail Pass can only be purchased at NSB Ticket sales at Oslo Central Station between 08.00 and 15.00 on weekdays.