A EuRail or InterRail pass will generally grant a passenger free transportation on an ordinary train (for example, EuroCity trains and Regional) and passage with reservations on premier trains (such as TGV, Thalys, Eurostar, Eurostar Italia, AVE and all night trains).

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Euro Rail Pass in non-native country

Can I get a Euro Rail Pass in France considering that I haven't applied for it in my native country i.e. India?
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Can Eurail pass be used for City Nightline overnight trains?

In this question, Mark Mayo's answer (see "Option 1") includes a City Nightline overnight train. Can any portion of that trip be covered by a Eurail pass? For reference, the whole trip is: ...
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What is preferable, Eurail Pass or Buying Pass on the spot?

I plan to visit 3 countries in Europe during May: Paris, Italy and England ( in that order). I will be staying in each country for 1 week; at the end of the week I will be moving on from a country to ...
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Train from Krakow to Berlin

Is there a train from Krakow to Berlin (e.g Krakow - Warsaw - Berlin)? I am told that there isn't one any longer... http://www.europebyrail.eu/the-wawel-tale ...
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Does Eurail Continuous Global pass offer unlimited trips?

I can't find the answer to this simple Q: For example, if I buy a Eurail Global Continuous pass for 3 months ($2200ish at this time), can I make, say, 1000 trips on regional train services in all ...
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Using Eurorail to buy a flexible ticket in France?

I am currently travelling around France and having a good time. I have a Eurail pass for eight journeys in France. I have used one of those journey from Paris to Rennes. I was wondering is it ...
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Is it possible to travel anywhere on Eurail-valid lines without reserving a seat or paying fees? [closed]

I'm wondering if I buy a Eurail Continuous Global pass but don't mind traveling on slow trains and transferring a lot, I can avoid paying any fees or making any advance registrations...i.e. just "hop ...