We firstly want to address the recent news about Interrail passes. We will then address our frequently asked Brexit question. We have had a lot of emails from customers since the news broke about Britain leaving the interrail travel scheme.

Bosses at the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) said on Thursday 8th August 2019 that it would remain part of the 47-year-old scheme. This is due to the strong reaction to news of their departure.


Robert Nisbet, the RDG’s director of nations and regions spoke out about the news. “Following the strong reaction to news of our departure, we and Eurail, the company which runs Interrail, renewed talks”. “We are pleased to be able to tell passengers that we have reached agreement and will be remaining part of both the Interrail and Eurail passes.”

Britain will be remaining part of both Interrail and Eurail passes. So, don’t panic, your passes are still valid!


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But will Brexit affect my interrail pass?

Here at Interrailingpackages, we get a lot of customers worried about booking a trip due to Brexit. We are glad to tell you that this is something you do not need to worry about!

Interrail released a statement saying:

“If you’re a UK citizen, you can still travel with an Interrail Pass – this won’t change as a result of any possible outcome of the ongoing Brexit debate. Check the UK Government advice on how Brexit will affect travel to the EU. Citizens of European countries that are not members of the EU, like Switzerland and Turkey, can also travel with an Interrail Pass. Interrail travellers from outside the UK will continue to be able to use their Interrail Pass to travel in the UK, to”.