Railcards can be a cheaper way of travelling by train, if you plan on making quite a few journeys. They aren't always the best option however, as quite a few premium routes will still require you to pay an 'upgrade' fee.This page is still under construction, but in the meantime, please feel free to visit the pages that we have managed to complete, as listed below.
Railcards for European Trains
For travel around Europe, depending on where you live, there are two railcard options, the InterRail and Eurail passes. For more information, follow the links below.
Eurail passes are available to people that do not have residence in Europe, Morocco, Tunisia or Algeria.
Interrail passes are available to all European citizens. These passes may be for multiple countries, or a single country of your choice.
Railcards for Trains in USA
Using a railpass in the USA can save you a huge amount of money. There are a couple of railpass options available, available to both international and US citizens.
The USA Rail Pass allows you to visit any destination within the Amtrak network, and offers a range of options for period of travel.
Spending time in California? The California Rail Pass allows you up to 7 days of train travel over a 21-day period.
Railcards for Trains in Japan
If you want to buy a railcard for unlimited travel in Japan, there is only one real choice; the Japan Rail Pass. For more information, follow the links below.
A Japan Rail Pass offers a great discount on travel throughout Japan by rail as well a some buses and a ferry.