How do you use the Eurail Pass?
On a train pass with a limited number of travel days the travel days are written on the pass itself. All trains must be listed at the designated location on the cover of the pass.
Do not write down the travel days and trains in advance. If the itinerary changes and it is adjusted on the cover, the conductors may think that 'fraud' is being committed.
A travel day with the Eurail pass lasts 24 hours, from midnight to midnight (from 00:00 to 23:59). On every travel day you can take as many trains as you want. It is your responsibility to check that all journeys are within the validity of the Eurail Pass.
If you are traveling with a night train, the day of departure (the day on which the night train starts driving) is the travel day on your train pass. You do not have to write down the day of arrival unless you change trains on that day or take other trains.
On the Eurail pass you write the day of departure in the cover of the train pass when you board the train. The journey as a whole (departure and arrival date) must fall within the total validity of the train pass.