Can I use the Central Europe Triangle Pass to travel from Prague to Budapest, Budapest to Vienna, and then from Vienna to Prague?

Could I purchase a Central Europe Triangle Pass in order to travel from Prague to Budapest, Budapest to Vienna, and then from Vienna to Prague? I would like to see the cities in this order as I booked a flight round trip in and out of Prague.
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) June 23, 2015 14:53
    Thank you for your question, Kelly.

    Yes, with the 'Central Europe Triangle Pass', you would be able to travel in the sequence you described (Prague to Budapest, Budapest to Vienna, and Vienna to Prague). You would purchase the 'Central Europe Triangle Pass' here: http://www.raileurope.com/rail-tickets-passes/central-europe-triangle-pass/index.html.

    Please note that reservations are highly recommended on each of these trains in addition to the rail pass. For travel with the rail pass, you would purchase reservations by clicking on 'Book your Rail Pass Reservations' on our homepage and entering a route. When doing your search, you would also be prompted to enter the type of rail pass you'll be traveling with. However, our website does not have the 'Central Europe Triangle Pass' as one of the options to choose from here. Therefore, just so you can proceed to purchase the reservations, you would instead indicate that you'll be traveling with a 'Eurail Global Pass'.

    Generally, trains from Prague to Budapest can only be booked within 60 days of an intended date of departure, while trains from Budapest to Vienna and Vienna to Prague can be booked once within 90 days of an intended date of departure.

    'EuroCity' (EC) trains are the direct trains from Prague to Budapest. 'Railjet' and 'EuroCity' trains are the direct trains from Budapest to Vienna, and 'Railjet' trains are the direct trains from Vienna to Prague.
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