The German Rail Pass may only be used by travellers residing permanently outside of Europe, Turkey and the Russian Federation.
The German Rail Pass is strictly personal, non-transferable and only valid together with a passport or official identity card. It is valid throughout Germany in trains operated by DB (Deutsche Bahn – German Railway), including the stations of Salzburg (Austria) and Basel Bad Bf (Switzerland).
All the German Rail Passes entitle the holder to a specified number of travel days, from 3 up to 10 days within a period of 1 month. Children from 6 to 11 years of age pay half the adult fare.
The German Rail Twin Pass is valid for two passengers travelling together at all times. Only one Pass is issued.
The German Rail Youth Pass is valid for young people between the ages of 12 and 25 years, and is exclusively available for the 2nd class.