Eurail and Interrail pass
Discover European Eurostar with your Eurail and Interrail passes
Eurail or Interrail passes
To travel on Eurostar trains to and from London with the Interrail fare, a seat reservation is required, so we recommend that you book as soon as possible to secure a seat on your desired train. You'll find all the details about Interrail and our different routes below.
Interrailing is the ultimate all-access pass to exploring Europe by train. Forget about airport delays and repacking toiletries – the Eurail and Interrail global passes allow you to glide at high speed across over 40,000 destinations in 33 countries.
So, how do you get involved with this incredible travel opportunity? Luckily it’s pretty straightforward no matter where you’re from. Interrail passes are sold to Europeans and Eurail passes are for customers outside of Europe. You can travel as much as you want on participating European rail networks for a set amount of time – this can range from four days to a maximum of three months. If you’re under 27 or over 60, you qualify for a discount on your pass.
Travelling between Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Germany
Where can I use my Eurail or Interrail Pass?
The Eurail and Interrail Passes let you travel on Eurostar routes between Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Germany subject to the purchase of a Pass ticket. This offer is not valid on Eurostar Snow and Sun routes.
- Brussels–Paris: from €25
- Brussels–Amsterdam: from €20
- Brussels–Cologne: from €25
How does it work?
You can snap up the Pass fare as long as you’ve got one of these travel passes which you can show on board the train:
- Interrail Global Pass
- Eurail Global Pass
One Country Pass:
- Interrail Benelux
- Eurail Benelux
- These fares are available for a one-way journey in Comfort for 1st class Pass holders and in Standard for 2nd class Pass holders.
- You can purchase these fares at the international counters of an NS, SNCF or SNCB station or via the telephone at +33 8 25 84 25 97.
- All fares are subject to availability.
- We get that sometimes plans change – don’t worry. You can exchange your fare once and at any point up until the departure time on your ticket.
- All fares are non-refundable.
Travelling to and from London
For our Eurostar London routes, you'll need to book a seat reservation in advance to guarantee your travel dates. Eurostar Pass-holder seats are subject to availability, so we recommend that you book as soon as you can to avoid disappointment and guarantee your seat and travel dates. Sold out already? You’ll need to buy a full-fare ticket to travel on your preferred train.
Reserving your seat with an Interrail pass
To travel with Eurostar using your Interrail pass, you need to book your seat in advance and pay a seat reservation fee. You’ll be travelling in either Standard or Standard Premier, depending on the class of your Interrail pass.
Eurail and Interrail Global Passes are eligible on the following routes:
Travelling on Eurostar London routes
We really don’t want you to miss your train, so it’s important you get to the station within our recommended arrival time to comfortably get through border controls and security. One of our team members will check your pass and seat reservation and when you’re through to the departure lounge, you can relax or do a bit of shopping before it’s time to set off.
Once on board, just sit back and enjoy the journey. Delicious meals, drinks and snacks are available at Eurostar Café, our onboard bar buffet, or, if you’re travelling in Standard Premier, a light meal will be served at your seat.