by train through Europe.
A real interrailer reports.
Hello. I’m Peter. I bought my first Interrail Pass over 25 years ago. That was in 1994 and since then I have been travelling annually.
Here I share my experiences and give you individual tips. Have fun reading. In the meantime I am also interrailing with the next generation, my son, as a family. 🙂
Interrail is a rail pass with which you can travel throughout Europe.
You can travel for up to three months at a time with a single ticket, your Interrail Pass. This in 33 European countries. Just get on the train and set off – wherever you want to go.
Interesting Interrail routes
In Scandinavia to Santa Claus
Copenhagen, Oslo, Trondheim, Narvik, Rovaniemi, Helsinki, Stockholm
France to Portugal
Paris, Lisbon, Faro, Sevilla, Barcelona, Latour de Carol, Little Yellow Train
Glacier Express Route
For free on a very scenic route
Interrail Global Pass
The Interrail Global Ticket is the well-known passport that has been around for more than 40 years. It is valid for all 33 participating countries and is available in different variations. Here I give you an overview of the different variations and prices.
Interrail One Country Pass
The Interrail One Country Pass only covers one country at a time. It is ideal if you want to travel to a country over a certain period of time – and it is flexible. Here too, I will show you the different versions and corresponding prices.