From Warsaw to Gdańsk and everywhere in between, you’ll love the 14th century Gothic castles, sandy beaches of the Baltic coast, unmistakable history and much more while hopping on and off the trains at your leisure in Poland!
You can buy a Eurail Pass if you are a resident of a non-European country. Proof of citizenship can be established by a passport/identity card. Proof of residence can be established by government issued residency documents, such as a driver’s licence and utility bill.
The pass must be validated within 11 months of purchase.
Some trains may require passengers to have a seat reservation.
Eurail Paper Passes have been replaced with Mobile Passes.
A seat reservation is optional but recommended in order to guarantee a seat on a specific train and time. Reserve a seat.