Pass Protection
EuroCheapo's Guide to European Rail Passes
Eurail Pass Overview

Did you buy insurance for your pass? Great—you're set. In the unfortunate case that you do lose your rail pass during your trip, here is how the insurance works:

1. You must file a police report once you realize it's gone.

2. Buy point-to-point tickets or another rail pass to continue traveling, and save the tickets or rail pass.

3. Once you're home again, you may submit a report to Rail Europe by sending the police report, tickets or new rail pass, the insurance voucher, and copies of your flight documents between Europe and North America. It wouldn't hurt to include a letter explaining what happened, especially if the police report is not in English.

Based on the information you send in, Rail Europe will determine the unused value of your lost or stolen rail pass, and refund you accordingly.

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Our Guide to Eurail Passes
Eurail Pass Overview Eurail Pass Types
Choosing a rail pass
Rail pass types and what they cover
How the rail pass works once you've bought it
Choosing your train
Train types and what they mean
Overnight trains
Pass protection insurance

Eurail Pass Overview
Consecutive Day Passes
Flexible Travel Passes
Other Passes: Regional and National
Austria-Slovenia-Croatia Pass
Austria Railpass
Benelux Tourrail Pass
Britrail Pass
Czech FlexiPass
FinnRail Pass
France-Germany Pass
France-Italy Pass/Saverpass
France-Spain Pass/Saverpass
France-Switzerland Pass
Germany-Austria Pass
Germany-Benelux Pass
Germany-Denmark Pass
Germany-Switzerland Pass
Eurail Greece Pass
Greece-Italy Pass
Hungarian Flexipass
Hungary-Slovenia-Croatia Pass
Italian Trenitalia Pass
Norway Railpass
Portuguese Railpass
Romania-Hungary Pass
Romanian Railpass
ScanRail Pass
Spain-Portugal Pass
Spain Railpass


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