What is Interrailing?

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What is Interrailing?

what is interrailing?

Ever asked yourself, ‘what is interrailing?’. To put it simply, interrailing is the experience of a lifetime, offering an unmissable opportunity to travel and explore Europe by using the extensive rail network. Courtesy of a unique train ticket known as an interrailing pass!

What is Interrailing? 

The ‘interrail pass‘ is a train ticket that offers an accessible and affordable way to visit up to 30 European countries in one trip. It doesn’t matter what age you are if you want to go solo or in a group if you’re a seasoned traveller or a first-time backpacker! With an interrailing pass, all you need to do is decide how long you want to travel for and what interrail pass is right for you. It really is that easy. 

If you’ve got your sights set on exploring just one country like Italy or France, then the one country pass is your best option, or if you’re looking for the true travel experience, then a Global Pass is the ticket for you as you can access up to 37 railway and ferry companies in 30 countries.

What cities can you visit?

If you have an interrail pass, here are the participating countries: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France,Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Some of the trains in Europe require a reservation (a guaranteed or “reserved” seat), meaning you need it to board the train. This includes high-speed and night trains and many trains in France, Italy, and Spain.

Here at InterrailingPackages ltd, we do all the hard work for you. Interrailing can be a confusing trip to plan and we of course, want to take the hassle out of traveling Europe by rail! Book one of our pre-designed routes or a custom interrailing package and we will sort out your accommodation, travel between desired cities and all compulsory reservations.