The Great Eurail Art Contest
Europe's greatest landscapes and landmarks as you've never seen them before
This past year, many of us had the time to develop our creative side, trying new hobbies or unlocking talents we didn't even know we had. So we challenged you to channel your fresh creativity into an Art Contest, creating your best artwork inspired by the landscapes and landmarks of Europe. You've been busy drawing, painting, sculpting and baking ever since!
Now we can reveal the 6 winners, who will each receive 2x Eurail or Interrail Passes. Let them transport you through Europe until you can travel there for real again.
Martse - Greece
This little train bake, constructed from homemade biscuits, stands as the sign of freedom every traveller has when exploring! The smarties inside each wagon represent the colourful and unique features of every place I have visited and also reminds me of sweet memories. ♡
Lydia - USA
My drawing is inspired by the amazing trip I took with Eurail through The Netherlands, Germany, France, and England in 2019. I've depicted the German Deutsche Bahn making its way past tulip fields, Neuschwanstein Castle, the Eiffel Tower, and Big Ben.
Marina - Spain
The aim of this cake is to represent "el buen sabor de boca" (the good taste in your mouth) that you're left with when you discover different places.
Watch Marina's baking process!
Caitlin - Ireland
My poster titled "Trains will connect us again" illustrates that we will be able to travel and make new friends soon. It has been a difficult year, but I want this poster to print people hope. Citizens stand in front of famous landmarks located on the map of Europe.
Jessica - Mexico
My inspiration comes from Europe's amazing cultural diversity, at the same time the beautiful architecture, also from the traditions, the traditional costumes and even all the varied races. All around Europe is amazingly lovely!
Bharati - India
The artwork is a tribute to Van Gogh’s famous painting, and an expression of our struggles in Covid times. It represents a turbulent quest, similar to Van Gogh’s battle and search for solace. I found that solace in the art of paper quilling.