One Pass, Endless Possibilities
An Interrail Pass gives you practically unlimited travel with most major train operators in Europe. Easily get to – and from – almost anywhere. It does not matter how much you travel; the price remains as low regardless.
Plan Ahead, or Not
If you are the adventurous type, you can literally pack your bags and go as soon as you have your Interrail Pass in hand. Since some trains can be fully booked, or require seat reservations (purchased separately), we recommend that you plan a head. But you decide.
Simple Train Travel
The Interrail Pass is valid as a travel ticket on all participating trains – which is almost all. Therefore, you do not have to waste time and money buying tickets for every route. Just bring your Interrail card when you travel and show it on the train. Supplement with a seat reservation where needed.
What is Interrail
An Interrail Pass gives you practically unlimited travel with most major train operators in Europe. The Pass serves as a travel ticket in almost all European countries and most train operators.
If you are the adventurous type, you can literally pack your bags and go as soon as you have your Interrail Pass in hand. Since some trains can be fully booked, or require reserved space (purchased separately), we recommend that you plan a head. But you decide for yourself.
Global and One Country
There are two main categories, the Interrail One Country Pass valid in one country and the Interrail Global Pass valid in all Interrail countries.
Interrail Global Pass can be purchased as either Flexi or continuous.
The Flexi-Pass offer options with 4, 5 and 7 travel days to use within a month or 10 and 15 days to use within two months.
Continuous Passes are available with 15 or 22 days and 1,2 or 3-months validity.
Interrail One Country passes are available with 3, 4, 5, 6 or 8 travel days to use within a month. With this card, you can travel within the desired country, pushing the limits of travel.
Interrail One Country Passes is offered for Benelux, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Greece + Attica, Ireland, Italy, Italy + Attica, Croatia, Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, UK, Sweden, Czech Republic, Turkey, Germany, Hungary and Austria.
Traveling with Interrail
In the travel diary that comes with your interrail Pass, you fill in all the routes you travel during your travel days, that is, all stops during the journey. If you have a Flexi Pass, you should also fill in your travel days on the travel calendar on the Interrail Pass. The dates should be filled in with blue or black ink that cannot be erased.
You have two connection trips, one exit and one entry within your country of residence. The journey must be during the same day but change are okay. These trips require an active travel day.
A travel day is a day that you can use the Interrail Pass as a travel ticket. All days are not always travel days, as it is common to stay one or more days along the way before continuing. If you want to travel as much as possible, choose an Interrail Pass with many travel days. If you want to experience a lot in the places you visit, you can manage with one with fewer travel days.
A travel day runs from midnight to midnight. All trains that run over midnight are counted as the day of departure.
One month on your Interrail Pass is always the same number of days as the month on which your Interrail Pass first validity day has. For example, an Interrail Pass with the first day of validity on January 2nd will have the last expiry date on February 1st, and an Interrail Pass with the first expiry date on February 2nd will have the final expiry date on March 1st.
For the Whole Family
Although our Interrail Passes are affordable for all ages, we give 10-15% extra discount for youths and seniors.
When travelling with Interrail you count as a child until the day you turn 12. An adult is allowed to bring two accompanying children, who will then receive a free Interrail Pass. If you, as an adult, travel with more than two children, you must buy a youth pass for the remaining children.
If you are a senior or youth and want to travel with children, you must have an adult pass to take two children with you for free. If the child is under 4 they do not need an Interrail Pass but can sit on your lap.
Some trains require you to have a reservation, this is not included in the Interrail Pass. It is good to check in advance where you need to book, as some trains have seat reservation requirements, Meaning that you cannot board if you do not have a valid seat reservation before getting on the train.
When booking your seat reservations you will need to write down your passcover number, this number you will find in your Interrail Pass, the number starts white one letter followed by eight digits.
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