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Austria Flexipass

Austria is one of Europe's prettiest countries with its superb mountain views and unique-looking cities, such as Salzburg, Vienna and Innsbruck. Unfortunately, many people simply pass through Austria in a few nonstop hours on the main train line from Munich to Italy, which traverses a tiny part of Austria as it goes through the Brenner Pass. Don't cut Austria short! 

Trains
: Austrian trains are extremely good, with comfortable frequent service throughout the whole of the country. Railpasses usually pay off here as some of the fares are as high as the Tyrolean Alps. The best part of taking an Austrian rail ride is that nearly every line can be called scenic.
 
The Austria Flexipass provides 3 to 8 days of unlimited rail travel to be used anytime over 1 month on the Austrian national railway system. Seat reservations are not formally required on Austrian trains, but are recommended for intercity routes at peak times. For railpass holders, seat reservations are a small extra charge.

Questions About Rail Travel in Austria ?
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Before buying your Austria Flexipass, talk to one of our rail experts about your Austrian itinerary to make sure you make the most of your precious vacation time and get the right pass for your trip. Our rail consultants have traveled extensively in Austria.

For Info or To Order Your Austria Flexipass,
Just call BETS!
Call 800-441-9413 or 800-441-2387
(in KS & MO, call 877-441-2103)
9am-5pm Mon-Fri (Eastern Time)

Austria Flexipass

This flexipass offers 3 up to 8 rail days within 1 month on the Austrian national rail network.
Validity
(in 1 month)
Adult1
Single Traveler
1st Class
Adult1
Single Traveler
2nd Class
Saver2
2 Adults
1st Class
(Price/Adult)
Saver2
2 Adults
2nd Class
(Price/Adult)
Youth
Ages 12-25
2nd Class
3 days
4 days
5 days
6 days
7 days
8 days
$262
$291
$321
$351
$382
$410
$185
$205
$226
$247
$268
$288
$223
$248
$274
$299
$325
$349
$157
$175
$193
$210
$229
$246
$121
$135
$148
$162
$176
$189
  1. Children under 12: half single adult fare -- under 4: free.
  2. Price is per person based on two or more people traveling together; children 4-11: half Saverpass fare.

Pass must be validated within 6 months of purchase. Prices are in U.S. dollars, and are subject to change due to fluctuations in the dollar to euro exchange rate.


  • To order this pass online, click on the text link to the right.
  • Or call Budget Europe to order your pass directly from one of our rail experts, who will make sure this pass is the best deal for you and will also happily answer any questions you have about rail travel at the same time.
  • 1-800-441-2387 or 1-800-441-9413

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First Trip to Austria


This two-week trip is a mix of the grand imperial Hapsburg Austria and the romantic alpine Austria. After enjoying the myriad of sights in Vienna, which still exhibits many of the royal splendors fitting of a city that for centuries was the center of the Hapsburg empire, it is easy to fit in a day trip to Melk, famous for its abbey, followed by a relaxing Danube cruise, taking you past several riverside castles before you disembark at Krems and rail your way back to Vienna. If you have more time, Budapest in Hungary can also be done as a day trip.

Next up, via a most scenic rail line through the Salzkammergut Mountains, is the village of Hallstatt wedged in a magical setting between a mountain behind it and the lake in front of it. Here the hiking is excellent, and you can tour a centuries-old salt mine or day-trip to the nearby royal spa town of Bad Ischl, where the cream of 19th-century society came to relax and take the cure provided by the warm salt baths.

Not far from Hallstatt is Salzburg, which attracts many because it is both a visually enchanting city with a castle overlooking the rooftops and because it is devoted to its favorite son Mozart and his music, especially during the summer Salzburg Festival.

Upon leaving Salzburg, you will thoroughly enjoy the rail ride to Innsbruck as you wind your way through one mountain valley after another. Innsbruck, stuffed with Baroque edifices from its Hapsburg imperial heyday, has a great old quarter, but it is the mountains that you see in whatever direction you look that makes Innsbruck a must stop on any trip to Austria. From Innsbruck there are several easy day trips into the mountains: in the Innsbruck environs are Igls, reached by local tram, and the Hafelekar peak, accessed by cable car right from the city center, from where you will be rewarded with outstanding panoramic views of Innsbruck and the Inn Valley; a short rail ride away is the famous ski resort of Kitzbühel; and just across the border in Germany is the glacier-clad Zugspitze, which you get to by a short but very scenic rail ride to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where you transfer to a rack railway followed by a cable car to reach the summit.
 
After you are finished sightseeing in Innsbruck, there are frequent direct trains back to Vienna. Note: Munich, Germany could also be easily incorporated into this itinerary and would actually serve as a good starting and ending point if it is easier or cheaper for you to fly in and out of Munich.

Day
Place
Train Travel Time
1-3
Sightseeing in Vienna
 
4
Day trip to Melk
Train to Melk: 1 hr
Boat from Melk to Krems: 2 hrs
Train back to Vienna: 90 mins
5, 6
Train to Hallstatt
Spend day hiking; visit salt mine; or day-trip to Bad Ischl
4 hrs
7
8
Train to Salzburg
Sightseeing
2.75 hrs
9

10
Train to Innsbruck

Day trips to Igls, Hafelekar, Kitzbühel or the Zugspitze
Take the slower route via Schwarzach-St. Veit (not the faster one via Kufstein): 3.5 hrs
Igls: 30 mins by tram #6; Hafelekar: 20 mins; Kitzbühel: 1 hr; Zugspitze: 1 hr to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, then 80 mins by rack railway and cable car to the top
11
Return by train to Vienna
5 hrs

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Other Passes for Austria

If traveling to another country besides Italy, one of the following railpasses may be the best ticket for you: Austria & the Czech Republic; Austria & Croatia/SloveniaAustria & Germany; Austria & Hungary; Austria & Switzerland; European East; Eurail Global; or Eurail Select. Call BETS for prices and details.

Have questions? Just call BETS!
Our rail experts will gladly help you find the perfect railpass for your itinerary.

Call 800-441-9413 or 800-441-2387
(in KS & MO, call 877-441-2103)

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For Your Information
  • Vienna's Schwechat Airport: City Airport Train (CAT) offers frequent nonstop rail service from the airport to Vienna's Mitte Station in the city center in just 16 minutes (railpasses are not valid; costs 8 euros). There is also local rail service taking about 10 minutes longer that is valid with railpasses.
  • Budapest's Ferihegy Airport: There is frequent rail service to Nyugati Station in central Budapest (transit time: 25 mins; 2-6 trains per hour). Note: The airport station (Ferihegy) is about 200 yards from Terminal 1.
  • Hydrofoil Service on the Danube: For a novel way to go from Vienna to Bratislava or Budapest, take one of the fast ferries that ply the Danube River.
    • Bratislava: You can reach the capital of Slovakia in just 75 minutes; service is from April through October. No railpass discount;for schedules and prices: www.twincityliner.com.
    • Budapest: This scenic cruise takes 5 hours and 30 minutes; service is from May through September. No railpass discount; for schedules and prices: www.ddsg-blue-danube.at.
  • Overnight Trains in Austria & Hungary: Because of the great Alpine scenery, especially on the routes to Italy, hopefully, you will be able to travel during daylight hours; but if time is of the essence, below are some of the more popular overnight train routes.
    • Budapest/Vienna-Krakow: From Budapest (Keleti Station) departs about 8pm, from Vienna (West Station) departs about 10:15pm, arrives Krakow about 6:30am; from Krakow departs about 10:15pm, arrives Vienna (West Station) about 6:30am, arrives Budapest (Keleti Station) about 8:30am.
    • Budapest/Vienna-Prague: From Budapest (Keleti Station) departs about 8pm, from Vienna (West Station) departs about 10:15pm, arrives Prague (Hlavni Station) about 6:30am; from Prague (Hlavni Station) departs about 9:45pm, arrives Vienna (West Station) about 6:30am, arrives Budapest (Keleti Station) about 8:30am. Note: There is usually no need to take an overnight train between Vienna and Prague as there is frequent daytime service taking only 4 hours.
    • Budapest-Venice: From Budapest (Keleti Station) departs about 4:30pm, arrives Venice about 7:15am; from Venice departs about 9:15pm, arrives Budapest (Keleti Station) about 11am. Note: This overnight train has three border crossings (Hungary/Croatia, Croatia/Slovenia, Slovenia/Italy) where you are awakened for passport checks; avoid this train if you wish to get a good night's sleep. 
    • Vienna/Salzburg-Venice: From Vienna (West Station) departs about 8:45pm, departs Salzburg about 1:30am, arrives Venice about 8:30am; from Venice departs about 9pm, arrives Salzburg about 4:15am, arrives Vienna (West Station) about 8:30am.
    • Vienna-Florence/Rome: From Vienna (Süd Station) departs about 7:30pm, arrives Florence about 6:20am, arrives Rome (Termini Station) about 9am; from Rome (Termini Station) departs about 7pm, from Florence departs about 9:45pm, arrives Vienna (Süd Station) about 8:45am. Note: This train has deluxe doubles with a toilet and shower in your compartment.
    • Budapest/Vienna-Frankfurt: From Budapest (Keleti Station) departs about 7pm, from Vienna (West Station) departs about 10:45pm, arrives Frankfurt (Hbf Station) about 10:00am; from Frankfurt (Hbf Station) departs about 11pm, arrives Vienna (West Station) about 6:45am, arrives Budapest (Keleti Station) about 10:20am. A second, more deluxe overnight train runs between Vienna and Frankfurt: from Vienna (West Station) departs about 8pm, arrives Frankfurt (Hbf Station) 4:45am; from Frankfurt (Hbf Station) departs about 11pm, arrives Vienna (West Station) about 9am. Note: Frankfurt Hbf, the main station in Frankfurt, is connected to Frankfurt Airport by a shuttle train leaving every 10 to 15 minutes, taking about 15 minutes.
    • Budapest/Vienna-Zürich: From Budapest (Keleti Station) departs about 6pm, departs Vienna (West Station) about 9:15pm; arrives Zürich (HB Station) about 6:30am; from Zürich (HB Station) departs about 10:30pm, arrives Vienna (West Station) about 8am, arrives Budapest (Keleti Station) about 11:30am. Note: Zürich HB, the main station in Zürich, is connected to Zürich Airport by a shuttle train leaving every 10 to 15 minutes, taking about 15 minutes.
    • Vienna-Amsterdam: A deluxe CityNightLine train runs on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from Vienna (West Station), departing at about 8pm, arriving Amsterdam about 12:30pm; on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, it runs from Amsterdam, departing at about 5pm, arriving Vienna (West Station) about 9am. 
Call BETS to book or for more information.
  • Germany Railpass Bonus: You can travel to Salzburg from Munich on a Germany Flexipass or any other railpass valid in Germany; and as the journey time is only about 90 minutes, this is an ideal day trip if you are based in Munich for a few days.
  • Austria Railpass Bonus: Sopron, a small gem of a town just across the border in Hungary, makes an easy day trip from Vienna; and the Austria Flexipass, as well as any other railpass valid in Austria, is valid on this private rail line; journey time is 80 minutes.

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Country Sketch: Austria


Innsbruck offers an engaging historic center, with the gilded Little Golden Roof, the imposing Giant's Hall in the Imperial Palace, and the Imperial Church with its giant bronzes. But the real attraction here is the easy access to, and the smashing alpine views of, the surrounding Tyrolean Alps. For a few Tyrolean wows on Innsbruck's outskirts, ride a mountain tram to the Renaissance Ambras Castle and then on to an Olympic venue, the small alpine village of Igls; or ride the new cable car to the Hafelekar summit.

The Innsbruck – Salzburg Train

This ride, one of Austria's most scenic, takes you through the heart of the Tyrolean Alps (3.5 hrs). If you wish to break your journey, stop at Kitzbühel, a world-famous upscale ski resort, or at Zell am See, a small mountain-ringed lake-side town. In the summer you can take super hikes in the neighboring Alps from either village. Note: Most trains take a faster two-hour route through a slice of Germany via Kufstein. Although this mainline route is scenic and covered by the Austria Flexipass, if not pressed for time, we recommend the slower route via Schwarzach-St. Veit; however, there is only a single direct train in the morning, otherwise you have to change in Schwarzarch-St. Veit.

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Salzburg, with an exceedingly enchanting Baroque look, is one of Europe's dreamiest cities, topped off by a romantic castle to boot. The City of Mozart stages the world-renowned Salzburg Festival, which during late July and August attracts throngs of classical music lovers. Salzburg makes a good base for excursions into the surrounding Salzkammergut, the lovely "Sound of Music" mountains. For a quick look at the peaks, consider joining one of the tourist office bus tours (4 hrs; $35). Or from Salzburg hop a bus to St. Gilgen (1 hr), then steam across pristine Lake Wolfgang to picture-perfect St. Wolfgang (40 mins) and then go by bus to Bad Ischl (40 mins). At St. Wolfgang a thrilling steam train chugs to the Schafbergspitze summit ($25 round trip).

Hallstatt is in one of Europe's most idyllic areas. The reflection of this bewitchingly beautiful village along with its mountain backdrop can be seen on a sparkling alpine lake (pictured on all the Austrian Tourist Office posters). If coming by train from Salzburg or Vienna, change at Attnang-Puchheim to a gorgeous sideline which takes you into this mountain area via Bad Ischl. (Hallstatt: 2.5 hrs from Salzburg; 4 hrs from Vienna.) Wonderful hikes into the surrounding forests and mountains can be taken on well-marked, gently sloping trails. If looking for a quiet spot away from hectic big cities, the Hallstatt area is it — either as a day trip from Salzburg or, better, as an overnight stop.

The Best of the "Blue" Danube

An irresistible day trip out of Vienna is to take a cruise between Melk and Krems, the best part of the Danube. This two-hour ride will give you a look at three picture-postcard towns: Melk with its famous abbey, the Kloster Melk, a Baroque fantasy; Dürnstein with its castle ruin where Richard the Lion-Hearted was imprisoned after returning from the Crusades; and Krems, a historic wine town, with, of course, its own wine museum. A possible day trip is to take a train to Melk, a boat to Dürnstein or Krems, and then a train back to Vienna. If you are ambitious, there is a walking path along the bank of the Danube between Durnstein and Krems; the distance is just over four miles. Note: Railpasses valid in Austria give a 20% discount on the boats between Melk and Krems (DDSG Blue Danube Schiffahrt Company only; www.ddsg-blue-danube.at).

Vienna (Wien) is a city which reflects a grandiose past and a distinctive central European flavor. Until WWI, Vienna was the elegant capital of the powerful Hapsburg Empire, which ruled over most of Eastern Europe. Today just the capital city of a small country, Vienna's grand palaces and other vestiges of its former Empire loom out of place but still hint at its one-time importance. Vienna, one of the world's great culture capitals, is renowned for its State Opera and Vienna Boys' Choir (both on hiatus in summer) and for three of the world's finest are collections, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Albertina, and the Museum of Modern Art in the Museums Quarter. Another Viennese institution is the Spanish Riding School and its famous Lipizzaner Stallions. Though shows are sold out months in advance, try to attend one of the daily (and much cheaper) rehearsals instead. Other Viennese sights include Sigmund Freud's House, with his office and museum, and the Prater, an amusement park where you can ride the Big Wheel ( a huge ferris wheel, similar to the London Eye, but built a century earlier) that has become the symbol of Vienna. At Grinzing and other villages on the edge of Vienna, the heurigen (wine-houses serving only wine produced on the property) make for festive and memorable nights.

South from Vienna: Northern Italy can be easily reached in a day (Vienna-Venice: 8 hrs). Take the day train so that you won't miss the mountain scenery. Stop off in Klagenfurt, a pleasant town set near an idyllic mountain lake, if you wish to break your journey. Graz, an unusually attractive city with an Eastern European influence, is worth a stop even though it's just off the main Vienna-Italy rail line (on the rail line that branches off to Slovenia and Croatia).

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Hungary Flexipass

Besides Budapest, not many North Americans spend much time in Hungary; but if you go, you will be rewarded with an enjoyable Eastern European experience. Situated east of Austria, and easily accessible by rail from Vienna, Hungary can be readily combined with a rail trip to Austria.

Trains
: Hungary has a dense and very good rail system with frequent service between all major cities.

The Hungary Flexipass provides 5 days of unlimited rail travel to be used anytime over 15 days or 10 days of unlimited rail travel to be used anytime over 1 month on the Hungarian national railway system. For railpass holders, seat reservations are an extra nominal charge: they are not necessary for local or regional trains, but are required on most domestic InterCity (IC) and InterPici (IP) express trains. On international trains to Vienna or Prague, reservations are possible, but not required, but trains to Romania require reservations.

Questions About Rail Travel in Hungary ?
Talk to a Real Person !
Before buying any railpass for Eastern Europe, talk to one of our rail experts about your itinerary to make sure you make the most of your precious vacation time and get the right pass for your trip. Our rail consultants have traveled extensively across all of Europe.

For Info or To Order Your Austria or Hungary Flexipass,
Just call BETS!
Call 800-441-9413 or 800-441-2387
(in KS & MO, call 877-441-2103)
9am-5pm Mon-Fri (Eastern Time)

Hungary Flexipass Prices

This flexipass provides 3, 4, 6, or 8 days of unlimited rail travel to be used anytime within a 1-month period on Hungary's national rail system.
Validity
Adult1
Single Traveler
1st Class
Adult1
Single Traveler
2nd Class
Saver2
2 Adults
1st Class
(Price/Adult)
Saver2
2 Adults
2nd Class
(Price/Adult)

Youth
Ages 15-25
2nd Class

3 days in 1 month
4 days in 1 month
6 days in 1 month
8 days in 1 month
$139
$176
$229
$259
2nd Class
not
available
$118
$150
$195
$220
2nd Class
not
available
$92
$116
$150
$169

  1. Children under 15: half single adult fare -- under 6: free.
  2. Price is per person based on two or more people traveling together; children 6-14: half Saverpass fare.

Pass must be validated within 6 months of purchase. Prices are in U.S. dollars, and are subject to change due to fluctuations in the dollar to euro exchange rate.


  • To order this pass online, click on the text link to the right.
  • Or call Budget Europe to order your pass directly from one of our rail experts, who will make sure this pass is the best deal for you and will also happily answer any questions you have about rail travel at the same time.
  • 1-800-441-2387 or 1-800-441-9413

For More Info,
To View a Rail Map
or
To Order Online,
Click the Link Below

Hungary Flexipass & Map

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Other Passes for Hungary

If traveling to another country besides Hungary, one of the following railpasses may be the best ticket for you: Hungary & Croatia/Slovenia; HungaryAustria; Hungary & Romania; European East; Eurail Global; or Eurail Select. Call BETS for prices and details.

Have questions? Just call BETS!
Our rail experts will gladly help you find the perfect railpass for your itinerary.

Call 800-441-9413 or 800-441-2387
(in KS & MO, call 877-441-2103)

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Country Sketch: Hungary


Budapest, the lovely Hungarian capital, straddles the Danube River -- with Buda on one side and Pest on the other. The heart of the old quarter with its Baroque houses, inviting cafés and crooked cobblestone roads is located on Castle Hill (Várhegy) in Buda. Here you'll find Mátyás Cathedral, coronation site of Hungarian royalty; the Fishermen's Bastion (so-called because fishermen once manned the citadel), which offers fine views overlooking the city and the Danube; and the reconstructed Royal Palace, which houses the Historical Museum and National Gallery. Contrasting with the "old" is modern Pest, the city's commercial and governmental hub, with its wide boulevards, bustling markets and plentiful shops. The Parliament, National Museum, Museum of Fine Arts and Museum of Applied Arts are all located here. In the middle of the Danube is the island of Margitsziget — a park with a sports stadium, pool, lovely gardens and walking paths. In the summer, many outdoor plays and concerts are staged here.

Sopron, near the Austrian border (80 mins from Vienna), is one of Hungary's loveliest and best-preserved ancient towns. Amazingly, it escaped the destruction that devastated much of this region over the centuries, leaving much of its medieval beauty intact.

Györ, though an industrialized city, has a surprisingly large and romantic old quarter  at the confluence of the Danube and Rába rivers. (It's on the Vienna-Budapest rail line; 90 mins from Vienna.)

Balaton Lake, one of the largest lakes in Europe, and one of the most touristed recreation areas, is easily reached by rail (from Budapest: 3 hrs; Vienna: 6 hrs). Its 118 miles of shoreline are dotted with spas, resorts and cafés. Besides its many beaches and watersport possibilities, there are also mineral springs pouring forth curative waters. The northern side of the lake with its vineyard- and forest-covered hills, especially the Tihany peninsula, is the most beautiful, and is crowded during "high season."

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Austria & Hungary Flexipass

Many tourists visiting Austria may also wish to see a bit of neighboring Hungary and vice versa. This combo pass is ideal for an easily designed trip that encompasses the highlights of both countries.

The Austria & Hungary Flexipass provides 4 to 10 days of unlimited rail travel to be used anytime over 2 months on the Austrian and Hungarian national railway systems.

Questions About Rail Travel in Austria or Hungary ?
Talk to a Real Person !
Before buying your Austria & Hungary Flexipass, talk to one of our rail experts about your Austrian and Hungarian itinerary to make sure you make the most of your precious vacation time and get the right pass for your trip. Our rail consultants have traveled extensively in Austria and Hungary.

For Info or To Order Your Austria & Hungary Flexipass,
Just call BETS!
Call 800-441-9413 or 800-441-2387
(in KS & MO, call 877-441-2103)
9am-5pm Mon-Fri (Eastern Time)

Austria & Hungary Flexipass Prices

Choose 4 up to 10 days of unlimited rail travel to be used anytime within a 2-month period on the national railroads of Austria and Hungary.
Validity
(in 2 months)
Adult1
Single Traveler
1st Class
Adult1
Single Traveler
2nd Class
Saver2
2 Adults
1st Class
(Price/Adult)
Saver2
2 Adults
2nd Class
(Price/Adult)

Youth
Ages 12-25
2nd Class

4 days
5 days
6 days
7 days
8 days
9 days
10 days
$292
$332
$371
$409
$449
$488
$526
2nd Class
not
available
$249
$283
$317
$349
$382
$416
$448
2nd Class
not
available
$191
$217
$243
$267
$293
$319
$344

  1. Children under 12: half single adult fare -- under 4: free.
  2. Price is per person based on two or more people traveling together; children 4-11: half Saverpass fare.

Pass must be validated within 6 months of purchase. Prices are in U.S. dollars, and are subject to change due to fluctuations in the dollar to euro exchange rate.


  • To order this pass online, click on the text link to the right.
  • Or call Budget Europe to order your pass directly from one of our rail experts, who will make sure this pass is the best deal for you and will also happily answer any questions you have about rail travel at the same time.
  • 1-800-441-2387 or 1-800-441-9413

To Order Online, Click the Link Below

Multiple Country Passes

 BETS- The European Rail Experts
800-441-9413 or 800-441-2387
in KS & MO, 877-441-2103

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