Interrail One Country pass – overview, information and prices
Interrail One Country Pass Overview
The Interrail One Country Pass is your rail pass to explore one single country in Europe by train. Very comfortable and no need to purchase a train ticket for each trip you do. Of course you can buy as well several Interrail One Country Passes, but usually an Interrail Global Pass is then the better choice.
Countries for which you can buy an Interrail One Country Pass
Austria, Benelux (Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands), Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom
Important to know
Only European residents are allowed to buy and travel with an Interrail pass. If you’re a non-European resident, you have to buy an Eurail pass.
It is not allowed to travel with an Interrail One Country pass in your country of residence.
There are 2nd and 1st class Interrail passes available. 1st class passes include travel in 2nd class.
Youth passes are available for persons aged from 12 up to and including 27 on the start date of the pass.
Child passes are available for kids aged 4 to 11. Children under the age of 4 travel for free and do not need a pass.
Senior passes are available for persons aged 60 or over on the start date of the pass.
Interrail One Country Pass or Interrail Global Pass ?
First think about the countries you want to visit and how much time you have in total for your travels. The Interrail One Country Pass is a good choice if you want to travel only within one country. And if you can reach this country easily by saver price train ticket, bus or flight. If you want to travel in several countries, the Interrail Global Pass is the better option. It also offers you an outbound and inbound travel from/to your country of residence.
Don’t hesitate to ask us in our forum. A lot of Interrail experts are happy to help you and find the perfect route for you.
What about reservations ?
Some trains in some countries require an extra reservation. Usually these are high-speed-trains. Often there are other options available, avoiding these extra reservations fees. It sounds difficult at the beginning, but we help you find your way.
We made a list with all types of trains you may use during your Interrail trip. And for further questions, please just ask us in our forum.
Interrail and Night Trains
Night trains are a must on your Interrail trip. An experience you will never forget. Meeting other travellers, spending the night on the tracks. Night trains require a reservation for your place to sleep. On the other hand you save the money for a hotel or hostel.
First time Interrail
Relax… Interrail is easy. We explain you all details about travelling with your Interrail pass. To have your perfect experience.