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Welcome to the European Rail Timetable
The European Rail Timetable is a concise guide to rail and ferry schedules throughout Europe, and even includes each month an area of the world outside of Europe.  A new edition of the Timetable is published at the beginning of each month, as well as an extended version released in summer and winter.
Produced by the former compilers of the Thomas Cook European Rail Timetable it still remains the unique must have for Inter-Railers and Eurailers, as well as travel agents, independent travellers and libraries. It has all the relevant detail needed for travelling around Europe, the schedule of trains, important bus routes and shipping services as well as key country information.
Mark Smith, The Man in Seat Sixty-One states “Nothing lays out the train routes and services like the European Rail Timetable.” (www.seat61.com).
Latest News
ERT DIGITAL EDITIONS
The May 2016 edition of the European Rail Timetable will be the first edition available to download through our App. The App will allow you to access faithful copies of the pages contained in the latest printed European Rail Timetable. The Monthly timetable will be available to download for £11.99 and a 12 month download subscription will be £119.99. Holders of existing print subscriptions will be able to add 12 months access to digital editions for £39.99.
Benefits of the App include:
  • Access to monthly editions up to a week earlier than printed copy
  • Cheaper than printed copy
  • No postage costs
The App will be able to be downloaded from your Smartphone, Tablet or eBook reader. You will be able to view the Timetable on your Computer using a Flickread account.
       

Europe by Rail: the Definitive Guide for Independent Travellers - PRE-ORDER NOW
by Nicky Gardner and Susanne Kries
 
Exploring Europe by train has never been easier. Designed for independent travellers of all ages, here is the definitive guide for holders of Eurail or InterRail passes and for those with regular train tickets. The guidebook will appeal to travellers keen to explore Europe in an eco-friendly way. This volume describes 50 recommended routes in detail. Those routes together take in most of Europe's travel hot spots - from the Rhine to the Riviera, from the Alps to the Adriatic.
 
Whether you are planning a longer holiday, or a series of short rail trips around the continent, Europe by Rail is packed with information, including tips on fares and ticketing, hotel recommendations and advice on train connections.
 
The 14th edition of this highly regarded guide has been completely rewritten to reflect changing travel patterns and provide better coverage of some of the most popular European cities and tourist regions.
 
About the authors
Nicky Gardner and Susanne Kries are Berlin-based travel writers and the editors of hidden europe magazine. Their work for media across Europe highlights the variety of European life and landscapes.
 
New for the 14th edition in summer 2016
  • New routes from Paris to the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees
  • New routes from Amsterdam to the Alps and Scandinavia
  • The Glacier Express route from St Moritz to Zermatt
  • The Torre del Oro route from Barcelona to Seville
  • Recalling the Catalan Talgo from Geneva to Barcelona
  • The Semmering Railway in Austria
  • Better coverage of the Harz Mountains narrow-gauge network
The book has its own dedicated website at www.europebyrail.eu.

The April 2016 edition is on sale now, and the May 2016 edition from April 29th at:
The Winter 2015/2016 edition is available from: The Rail Map Europe is on sale at:
  • Oundle News, Oundle, Northamptonshire, U.K.
  • Ian Allan Bookshops, London Waterloo, Manchester and Birmingham, U.K.
  • Stanfords, Long Acre, London, U.K. (www.stanfords.co.uk).