BALKAN FLEXI PASS

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A Travel Guide For The Balkan Flexi Pass.

Dive into the beauty of Eastern Europe with the Balkan Flexi Pass. With this pass, you can travel by train to 8 countries and you can discover their unique national parks, culture, and history. Rail travel is the most comfortable way to explore the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites, all of which can be found in every country of the Balkan region.

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What is the Balkan Flexi Pass?

The Balkan Flexi pass allows you to travel for either consecutive or non-consecutive days. It can be any 3, 5, 7, 10, or 15 days of travel within a period of 2 months. You can take multiple train journeys per travel day (midnight – midnight). When booking the Balkan Flexi Pass you can choose whether you want to travel in 1st or 2nd class.

Who can use the Balkan Flexi Pass?

The Balkan Flexi Pass can be used by all persons, except residents of the following countries: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, and Turkey.

Where can I use the Balkan Flexi Pass?

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With the Balkan Flexi Pass, you can travel on 3, 5, 7, 10, or 15 days in 2 months. The prices for an adult starts from 91 €.

How much does it cost?

Youth (13-27)Adult (28-59)Senior (60+)
3 Travel Days in 2 Months68 €91 €77 €
5 Travel Days in 2 Months
80 €134 €107 €
7 Travel Days in 2 Months
106 €183 €145 €
10 Travel Days in 2 Months
140 €233 €187 €
15 Travel Days in 2 Months
168 €280 €225 €

 

Children under the age of 4 travel for free.
Children from 4-12 pay half of the adult fare.

 

Youth (13-27)Adult (28-59)Senior (60+)
3 Travel Days in 2 Months95 €127 €108€
Travel Days in 2 Months
108 €180 €144 €
Travel Days in 2 Months
146 €243 €196 €
10 Travel Days in 2 Months
188 €314 €252 €
15 Travel Days in 2 Months
227 €378 €303 €

 

Children under the age of 4 travel for free.
Children from 4-12 pay half of the adult fare.

 

ROUTES FOR THE Balkan Flexi Pass

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How does it work?

1. The Balkan Flexi Pass is printed on the official railway ticket paper and will be sent to you by mail. The pass must be validated within 6 months of issue.

2. Seat reservations are optional. However, to guarantee a seat on a particular train at a particular time, it is recommended that you reserve a seat in advance. Seat reservations are required on many high-speed, overnight, scenic, and international trains.

3. The 7:00 p.m. rule applies: According to this rule, when traveling by overnight trains, you only have to enter the following day in your Travel Diary if the journey starts after 7 p.m. and does not end before 4 a.m.

4. InterCity and InterCity Express price supplements are not included in the price.

5. As with the Interrail Pass, the Balkan Pass requires that the day of travel is entered in the passport and the individual train journeys are entered in the Travel Diary.

Good to know

If you plan to travel to Greece with your Balkan Flexi Pass, we have good news for you: ATTICA GROUP Superfast Ferries / Blue Star Ferries has special offers for sea crossings for Balkan Flexi Pass holders.

You can also travel for free from Patras to Ancona and Bari (Italy) and get a 30% discount on the official economy class prices from Piraeus (Athens) to various Greek islands like Santorini, Mykonos, Kos, Ios, Rhodes, and many others.

Only port taxes and high season supplements have to be paid locally.

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