InterRail and EuRail Pass Information and Advice For
Why a InterRailing Pass?
Take the flexibility of a rail pass. Add Europe’s rich
network of railways and relaxed border controls. And you’ve got yourself a recipe
for adventure for travellers of all ages.
InterRailing and EuRail is no longer the preserve of students. Now anyone, under
or over the age of 26 can buy a pass. There are passes for children if you want
to take the family. Passes for seniors looking to make the most of their retirement.
And even first class passes if you want to do it all in a little luxury.
InterRail and EuRail Passes also entitle you to discounts on other forms of travel,
like ferry trips and buses. And you can get money off things like entry to museums
and attractions. Passes make budgeting for your trip easier too: you’ll know exactly
what you need to spend on your pass before you set off.
Choosing an European InterRail pass
So you like the idea of travelling around on a europe rail pass. But what choices
of pass are there? And could point-to-point tickets be a better option? Read on
to find out more…
Multi Country InterRail - EuRail Pass
InterRail Global Passes are valid for travel in up to 30 European countries (Europe rail map
). There are two InterRail
Global Pass types to choose from: ‘flexi passes’ and ‘continuous passes’.
A flexi pass entitles you to unlimited travel on a fixed number of days during your
trip. A continuous pass entitles you to unlimited travel every day of your trip.
One Country InterRail - EuRail Pass
With a One Country Pass your train travel is covered in
your European country of choice. You can choose from unlimited travel on 3, 4, 6
or 8 days of your choice during a month.