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Rail Adventures

Why Travel by Train?

Traveling by rail can be the quickest, safest and most comfortable way to get around when you're abroad. We offer international rail passes and train tickets in a huge range of countries worldwide which are particularly convenient if you want to check out several countries on one trip or cover some serious distance. Rail passes allow you the freedom to travel when and where you like, and if you want to save on time and accommodation, you can always take a sleeper train!

Our Top Selling Rail Passes

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Eurail passes
The most comfortable way to see Europe's best bits. With a Eurail train pass you can travel within up to 28 European countries. New for 2017: Eurostar is now included in all Global Eurail passes.
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Japan By Rail
From the neon lights of Tokyo to the geisha girls of Kyoto and the serene beauty of Mount Fuji, traveling through Japan by train is the best way to capture the many flavours and faces of this country. With the world-famous Shinkansen, or 'bullet' trains, which whisk you up and down the entire length of the country, you can see the whole lot with a Japan rail pass!

What's it like to travel by rail?

Here are some of our Travel Experts on their very own rail adventure!

Want to find out more about rail travel?

Visit the STA Travel Blog!
STA Travel Blog

Planes vs Trains - Why You Should Consider Rail in Europe

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STA Travel Blog

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STA Travel Blog

5 Ways to Experience the Best of Italy

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Terms & Conditions

20% off Eurail:

For Promotional Passes NO REFUND is allowed for unused or partially used Passes. The first date of validity must be within 11 months after the purchase date. The campaign will be 20% off the regular price for Eurail Global Passes, Select Passes and One Country Passes. Greek Islands Passes are not eligible for this promotion. For all Passes sold during this promotional period, the words “PROMOTIONAL PASS” must be printed on the pass