Lithuania Eurail Pass : FAQs

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I validate my Pass once I get to Europe?

Before boarding your first train in Europe, you must present your Eurail Pass and passport at a train station ticket window for validation. Once at the ticket window the train station attendant will activate your pass by stamping the activation box, filling out your passport details and writing in your first travel date.

Where can I view train timetables?

Please click on Timetables from the top toolbar on our website. Please select the timetable you require (note Western/Eastern European timetables is the one for Europe). Here you can look up timetables for the trains you require.

Please refer to our Timetable Help Sheet if you are having trouble looking up your train. Do not request for a fare as this link is only used for train times. For train numbers/additional information please tick the far left hand side box, and this will bring up train times, if reservations are compulsory and additional details.

What constitutes a rail day?

For trains: A travel day is midnight to midnight. You can travel on as many trains as you like during this period.

A month on a pass is counted as a calendar month. For example, a pass that begins on October 15th, will expire at midnight on November 14th.