ÖBB travel portal: Eurail Austria Pass

Eurail Austria Pass

The Eurail Austria Pass offers unlimited train travel on the entire network of Österreichische Bundesbahnen (Austrian Railways) on the days chosen within the period of validity.

This Railpass entitles to any 3, 4, 5 or 8 days of unlimited travel within a one month period. For the application of this condition, the age on the first day of validity of the ticket is decisive.

The Eurail Austria Pass holder is exempt from paying supplements/surcharges except supplemts and charges for:

  • Seat reservations
  • Sleeper and couchette accommodation

Benefits:

The Eurail Austria Pass is also valid on the routes of the following private Austrian Railway Companies:

  • Raab - Oedenburg Ebenfurter Eisenbahn: Ebenfurth - Sopron
  • Westbahn

The Eurail Austria Pass can be purchased only by citizens outside Europe at travel agencies in overseas, at Salzburg and Innsbruck main station and at the Club Lounge Wien Meidling. The Eurail Austria Pass will be validated by the train conductor during your travel to austria or at the ÖBB-station travel agencies.

Please note: Children from 6 to 11 years of age travel for half the adult fare. Children under 6 travel for free. Pass must be validated within 6 months of the date of purchase.

Prices

Prices
Stay Adults
1. class
Adults
2. class
Adults
"Saver"
1. class
Youths
"Saver"
1. class
Children
1./2. class
3 days/1 month 215,- Euro 173,- Euro 184,- Euro 173,- Euro 0,- Euro
4 days/1 month 258,- Euro 208,- Euro 221,- Euro 208,- Euro 0,- Euro
5 days/1 month 297,- Euro 239,- Euro 253,- Euro 239,- Euro 0,- Euro
8 days/1 month 400,- Euro 321,- Euro 341,- Euro 321,- Euro 0,- Euro

Saver Pass available for groups of 2 - 5 people.

 

Rail pass for Austria/ neighbouring countries

The ÖBB offer some great rail passes to help you take advantage of this network.

Trains are an ideal way to travel between Austria's cities and towns. Comfortable trains provide frequent service on an extensive rail network which links the country with all of Europe. Most trains - with the exception of some local and branch lines - carry first and second class cars.