Let’s Go Europe

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Start City          London

Finish City        London

Length              61 Days / 60 Nights

Included           Travel between cities, accommodation and more (see below)

Travel Dates    Open travel dates – select your own departure date

Tour Type         Independent / Self Guided

Countries         England, France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium

Cities                 London, Paris, Barcelona, Nice, Lake Como, Interlaken, Venice, Florence, Rome, Sorrento, Overnight Ferry, Split, Ljubljana, Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, Krakow, Prague, Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Amsterdam, Bruges, London

 EUROPE TRIPS 60 NIGHTS – LET’S GO EUROPE

If you’re looking for an ultimate interrail trip that has all of Europe’s bucket list cities packed into one unforgettable 60-night trip, ‘Lets Go Europe’ can offer you exactly that. Over the course of the 8.5 weeks, you will visit 22 destinations, ticking off 16 countries! This package is suitable for all types of travellers that want to take on Europe! To find out more about each of the cities this package visits, see the drop-down menu below!

BREAKDOWN OF THIS EUROPE TRIP:

London 2 nights – Paris 3 nights – Barcelona 3 nights – Nice 3 nights – Lake Como 2 nights – Interlaken 3 nights – Venice 2 nights – Florence 2 nights – Rome 3 nights – Sorrento (Amalfi Coast) 3 nights – Overnight Ferry 1 night – Split 3 nights – Ljubljana (Lake Bled) 3 nights – Budapest 3 nights – Bratislava 2 nights – Vienna 2 nights – Krakow 3 nights – Prague 3 nights – Berlin 3 nights – Copenhagen 3 nights – Hamburg 1 night – Amsterdam 3 nights – Bruges 2 nights – London 2 nights

Day 1: Arrive in London & stay overnight in London

Day 2: Explore London & stay overnight in London

Day 3: Train from London to Paris & stay overnight in Paris

Days 4 & 5: Explore Paris & stay overnight in Paris

Day 6: Train from Paris to Barcelona & stay overnight in Barcelona

Days 7 & 8: Explore Barcelona & stay overnight in Barcelona

Day 9: Train from Barcelona to Nice & stay overnight in Nice

Day 10 & 11: Explore Nice & stay overnight in Nice

Day 12: Train from Nice to Lake Como & stay overnight in Lake Como

Days 13 : Explore Lake Como & stay overnight in Lake Como

Day 14: Train from Lake Como to Interlaken & stay overnight in Interlaken

Days 15 & 16: Explore Interlaken & stay overnight in Interlaken

Day 17: Train from Interlaken to Venice & stay overnight in Venice

Day 18: Explore Venice & stay overnight in Venice

Day 19: Train from Venice to Florence & stay overnight in Florence

Days 20: Explore Florence & stay overnight in Florence

Day 21: Train from Florence to Rome & stay overnight in Rome

Days 22 & 23: Explore Rome & stay overnight in Rome

Day 24: Train from Rome to Sorrento & stay overnight in Sorrento

Day 25 & 26: Explore Sorrento and Amalfi Coast & stay overnight in Sorrento

Day 27: Train from Sorrento to Ancona to get Overnight Ferry to Split & stay overnight on Ferry

Days 28 – 30: Explore Split & stay overnight in Split

Day 31: Train from Split to Ljubljana & stay overnight in Ljubljana

Days 32 & 33: Explore Ljubljana and Lake Bled & stay overnight in Ljubljana

Day 34: Train from Ljubljana to Budapest & stay overnight in Budapest

Day 35 & 36: Explore Budpest & stay overnight in Budapest

Day 37: Train from Budapest to Bratislava & stay overnight in Bratislava

Day 38: Explore Bratislava & stay overnight in Bratislava

Day 39: Train from Bratislava to Vienna & stay overnight in Vienna

Days 40: Explore Vienna & stay overnight in Vienna

Day 41: Train from Vienna to Krakow & stay overnight in Krakow

Days 42 & 43: Explore Krakow & stay overnight in Krakow

Day 44: Train from Krakow to Prague & stay overnight in Prague

Day 45 & 46: Explore Prague & stay overnight in Prague

Day 47: Train from Prague to Berlin & stay overnight in Berlin

Days 48 & 49: Explore Berlin & stay overnight in Berlin

Day 50: Train from Berlin to Copenhagen & stay overnight in Copenhagen

Days 51 & 52: Explore Copenhagen & stay overnight in Copenhagen

Day 53: Train from Copenhagen to Hamburg & stay overnight in Hamburg

Day 54: Train from Hamburg to Amsterdam & stay overnight in Amsterdam

Days 55 & 56: Explore Amsterdam & stay overnight in Amsterdam

Day 57: Train from Amsterdam to Bruges & stay overnight in Bruges

Days 58: Explore Bruges & stay overnight in Bruges

Day 59: Train from Bruges to London & stay overnight in London

Days 60: Explore London & stay overnight in London

Day 61: Last day of trip

 

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  • London

    London is one of the most popular cities in the world. It’s home to charming pubs, world-class (and often free) museums, tons of history, some of the best theatre in the world, a diverse population, incredible food, and a wild nightlife. Take a walk in Trafalgar Square and admire he fountains and the famous monuments, such as the four bronze lion statues and Nelson’s Column. Lots of people hang out here so it makes for a good place to people watch.
  • Paris

    It's no secret that Paris is one of the most romantic cities in Europe and one of the most visited cities in the world. So if you have an interrail pass, Paris is a MUST! There are endless reasons to visit Paris more than once, it is not only a beautiful and cultural city, it's very walkable and hosts great sights, and it has been a source of inspiration for many writers, artists, and filmmakers. As Audrey Hepburn famously said, 'Paris is always a good idea', and we couldn't agree more. From those bucket list attractions like the Eiffel Tower to picture-perfect pleasures like a picnic on the Champ de Mars, Paris really does offer something for everyone!
  • Barcelona

    When you think of Barcelona, what do you think of? Do you think of Flamenco dancing and amazing food? If that’s all you think of, then you don’t know half the story. Barcelona is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia, standing out from the rest of Spain with an amazing culture and pride of its own. Visit places with amazing architecture and take sightseeing to a completely new level in Barcelona.
  • Nice

    Next up on your interrail route will be in the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department on the French Riviera, Nice, which sits on the picturesque, pebbly shores of Baie des Anges (Bay of Angels). Situated at the foot of the Alps, Nice is the second-largest French city on the Mediterranean coast. During the day, take a walk along the Promenade des Anglais, which stretches over 2.5 miles. You will bump into all types of people, such as cyclists and skateboarders. Nice has everything you need for a great time on this leg of your interrailing adventure, stunning beaches, sensational bars and restaurants, amazing views, and wonderful culture.
  • Lake Como

    Situated in Como (Province) in Lombardy, Lake Como is part of the Italian Lake District. It has been popular with visitors for many years for its combination of fresh air, water, mountains and good weather, it makes an excellent stop over in Italy. Lake Como is pretty characteristic. It has a kind of flair and sense of history that tends to impress its visitors in a sense deeper than only from a touristic point of view. It has been appreciated for its beauty and uniqueness for ages, and even as early as the Roman Times. Its atmosphere and natural surroundings have been the inspiration for an important part of the creation of Naboo, in the Star Wars movies!
  • Interlaken

    Located in the beautiful Alps, Interlaken is a small town surrounded by towering mountains with a lake at each end (hence the name, which means “between lakes”). It’s a wonderful spot for mountain-related sports and the beautiful scenery and the number of pubs make it a popular backpacker destination in the summer. St Beatus Caves-The St Beatus caves are a network of caves and tunnels above Lake Thun. Legend has it that St Beatus took refuge in the caves in the 6th century and drove out the dragon that lived there.
  • Venice

    Welcome to the ancient town built on a lagoon, Venice! This city has a collection of domes and spires rising out of the Adriatic Sea. Filled with life and stunning architecture. Venice is filled with bars, cafes, and restaurants where locals and travelers meet up to have a good time with food and a drink or two. This city built on water is famous for the beautiful gondola rides which take you back in time and allow you to appreciate the rich beauty of this city, an experience you will never forget!
  • Florence

    Florence is one of the most charming cities in Italy, filled with a rich history, stunning architecture, and art. Florence may not be one of the first cities that comes to mind when you think of Italy, it’s one of the calmer cities to visit. Not a lot of people know that the fashion industry was born here. Homegrown fashion designer, Guccio Gucci (founder of the fashion house of Gucci), opened his first haute-couture boutique here in the 1920s. Shopping in the Tuscan capital has been stylish ever since! If you want to add an extra city to your train holiday, take a day trip from Florence to Pisa, where you can get that iconic picture of the Leaning Tower.
  • Rome

    This stop on your interrail route involves living your best life in the cosmopolitan capital of Italy. Rome undoubtedly has some of the best spots to visit due to the vast amount of world-renowned art collections, rich cultural heritage, and numerous archaeological treasures. Granted you may be looking for something off the beaten track on your trip? Fear not, as it’s a given that Rome will provide you with these types of experiences. So certainly lap up the dolce vita lifestyle. Idle around those picturesque streets coupled with taking a pitstop at those street-side cafes, as this is what Rome is all about!
  • Sorrento

    Sorrento features beautiful architecture, many cafes and restaurants, and shops catering to tourists. it is an ideal base for visiting Pompeii and Ercolano. Ferries regularly commute between Sorrento and Capri, making Sorrento an ideal base for exploring that island as well. A trip to Sorrento is full of possibilities, enjoy a splash in the Naples Bay, a walk through the lively pedestrian only streets at night, or an enjoyable day exploring the ruins of Pompeii. You can catch a bus that takes you on a spectacular but hair raising drive through the Amalfi Coast. You will pass through villages built along the cliffs that have some of the most beautiful churches and architecture in the area.
  • Split

    Split lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split’s greater area includes the neighbouring seaside towns as well. The city is a popular destination for tourists and has transport links to numerous Adriatic islands and the Apennine Peninsula. From a stopover place for tourists catching a ferry to nearby islands, or a bus to another, more exciting tourist destination, Split has become one of the most popular places to visit in Croatia. Located in the middle of the Dalmatian Coast, Split makes a great base on your tour of Croatia. It is also an important transport hub and a port city.
  • Ljubljana

    Visit Ljubljana, Slovenia's capital city is the hidden gem of Europe on this train holiday, an interrailing favourite! A city renowned for green space, beautiful bridges, and buildings. As well as dozens of different urban design elements such as lamposts, pillars, and pyramids. This makes the city even more visually appealing! While you're here, you NEED to visit Lake Bled! This is definitely one of the most spellbinding places in Slovenia, if not Europe. This incredibly scenic lake near the Alps looks too good to be real! With the island church, clifftop castle, and mountain backdrop, you're sure to find more than enough to keep you entertained here!
  • Budapest

    Budapest is a city that still bears the scars of communism but one that is constantly developing into one of the world’s greatest capitals. Split in two by the grand River Danube, on one side you have the Buda, the hilly side dominated by the castle and Royal Palace. They call Budapest the Paris of the east. When walking the streets you will be able to tell that Budapest is a dynamic and living city. It has so much architecture and boulevards you wouldn’t know where to look.
  • Bratislava

    Bratislava is the small capital city of Slovakia and is by far one of the most underrated cities you will ever visit. The city benefits from a fantastic location in central Europe, which means you can easily access it on a day trip from a few different cities such as Vienna, Budapest, and Prague! The charming little city boasts amazing architecture and rich history. Here are a few reasons why you should consider adding a visit to Bratislava to your bucket list!
  • Vienna

    Vienna is a city full of surprises. For every breath-taking building you expect to see, there are another two beside it that you don’t. Due to its passionate relationship with classical music grand theatres and ornate opera houses adorn the city centre, but it is also a city bursting with bars and clubs that would feel at home in the hippest of cities. And while it was the seat of the Habsburg Dynasty for so many years, you can live like a king here without upsetting your bank balance.
  • Krakow

    While the rest of the country was being blasted during WWII, Krakow emerged from the war largely unscathed. As a result the city is now home to a unique mix of the old and the new that you won’t find in any other Polish city. Kraków’s postcard-perfect old town comes complete with Europe’s largest medieval market square and even a fairy-tale castle overlooking the river. Architecturally it can easily match any European city arch for arch, spire for spire, monument for monument, gargoyle for gargoyle.
  • Prague

    It's no secret that Prague is one of Europe's most magical, affordable and beautiful cities, a perfect addition to any interrail route. The 'City of a Thousand Spires' is an architectural gem, the city has been an important UNESCO World Heritage Site which attracts more and more tourists every year! The narrow streets open up onto fantastic squares which host to medieval-looking homes and historical buildings for you to explore! Start in the centre of the Old Town, home to the major sights and has been the city's main marketplace for a millennium.
  • Berlin

    Berlin is a city often compared to New York, as it never sleeps! The locals here are known as the lotus-eaters of Germany as they love nothing more than a good time. Don't let this put you off! As this city is pulsating with museums, tasty beer, and an unimaginable history! It's safe to say that Berlin is a city loved by those who use an interrail pass. Remember that history will greet you at every corner, as Berlin once staged a revolution, headquartered by Nazis, bombed to bits, divided in two and then finally reunited.
  • Copenhagen

    Split by lakes and surrounded by sea, an energetic and hip waterside vibe permeates Copenhagen (København), one of Europe’s most user-friendly (and trendy) capitals. It’s a welcoming, compact city with a centre largely given over to pedestrians (and cyclists). There’s an emphasis on café culture and top-notch museums by day, and a thumping live music, bar and club scene by night. Festivals like Distortion (June) and the Jazz Festival (July) show the city off at its coolest and most inventive.
  • Hamburg

    In any other city, repeatedly seeing a skull and crossbones flag flying might be a little intimidating. But in Hamburg, it’s a symbol of the good fight. The city’s St Pauli football club unites a social movement under the rather piratey emblem, which seems to finds its way onto every banner, T-shirt and window sticker in town.
  • Amsterdam

    The last stop on your interrail route around Europe's glorious cities is Amsterdam, often referred to as 'Venice of the North'. The capital of the Netherlands is a city on everyone's bucket list, and I think it's safe to say you need to visit the Dam at least once in your life! From unconventional restaurants, local craft beers to world-class museums, it's easy to see why it's at the top of everyone's list. Don't forget that this city has more bicycles than people, therefore the only way to explore is in true Netherlands style!
  • Bruges

    The Belgian city of Bruges is often referred to as the ‘Venice of Belgium’, visit a charming and antique town that has preserved its medieval charm of centuries past. Ever since Colin Farrel was filmed running around the streets in the black comedy motion picture, In Bruges, tourists cannot get enough of the city! Bruges is dominated by churches, museums and looks like something that has been lifted straight from the pages of a fairytale. The city centre is a UNESCO cultural heritage, with masterpieces all around town and a constant vibrant atmosphere. Find out more about the city of Bruges, which is enough to convince you to visit the city at least once in your life!
  • London

    London is one of the most popular cities in the world. It’s home to charming pubs, world-class (and often free) museums, tons of history, some of the best theatre in the world, a diverse population, incredible food, and a wild nightlife. Take a walk in Trafalgar Square and admire he fountains and the famous monuments, such as the four bronze lion statues and Nelson’s Column. Lots of people hang out here so it makes for a good place to people watch.

Included

All Rail, Ferry & Bus Travel between cities

Accommodation – See accommodation tab

Interrailing App – See Tab

24hr Emergency Support

Financial Security & Protection via ABTOT

 

See Separate Tabs for full info

 

Also Included

Open Travel Dates – set your own departure dates!

Flexible Payments – Pay 25% Deposit & clear balance anytime up to 8 weeks before you depart

Professional Booking Support from our expert team

Experience unique locations & create travel memories you will never forget.

Your Interrail Pass

We provide you with an Interrail pass to cover all your rail journeys between each city throughout your trip. Your Interrail Pass is used along with any compulsory seat reservations required for your trip.

Compulsory Reservations

We include all compulsory seat reservations required during your trip. This means no pre-booking or making arrangements before you go. Simply use your Interrail Pass alongside the reservation we provide you with. Your reservations will be added to your app for ease of access.

Ferries & Buses

Some of the trips include buses and/or ferries between cities. These will also be included as part of your Interrailing Package.

Important

Travel from your departing city is not included so you will need to book flights to the first city and home from the last city for this package.

All our package prices are based on Youth Interrail Passes, so our clients who are over 26 years of age at the time of travel will be required to pay an extra £160.00 for an Adult Interrail Pass.

Accommodation Options

Standard Hostel – shared dorms with other fellow travellers- same sex available on request

Private Hostel  – Book your own private room for just your own group of friends or you and your partner.

Hotel Accommodation – Stay in one of our 3* / 4* Hotel Partners with double/twin room options

 

Exactly where will I stay ?

 

Click the drop-down menu below to see our Hotel & Hostel partners in each city.

In the event one of our listed partners are not available you will stay with our other partners of a similar standard/quality.

 

If you have specific requests with regard our accommodation partners or any other requests relating to accommodation, drop us an email to sales@interrailingpackages.com.

 

*Hotel or hostel package preference is selected at the checkout page*

 

Hotel or hostel, which accommodation type suits me best? Click here! 

Accomodation Partners

InterrailingPackages App

The InterrailingPackages App is our unique E-Travel Pack for your Interrailing adventure. We will create a personalised account on our app specifically for your trip where you will be able to access:

 

On the App…

Your full trip itinerary

Train details & Seat Reservations

Accommodation Booking Details & References

Directions to the accommodation from the train station

 

Once you have downloaded your app, it can be accessed both online & offline throughout your trip.

As well as the essentials above your E-Travel Pack also includes:

 

In addition to…

Electronic Guides for each city on your trip

Discounted Tours & Attractions.

Discounted City Sightseeing Bus Tours.

Free FairFx / Wise Travel Currency Cards.

Discounted Public Transport Cards.

Currency Guides to assist with money exchange.

Language Phrase Guides to help you speak like a local!

Optional Travel Insurance deals.

Lots of other travel information & help guides to assist you while on your adventure.

24-Hour Emergency Contact

Miss a train? Got a problem? Fear not!! Each E-Travel Pack contains an emergency contact number enabling you to contact one of our team 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We are always at hand to ensure you are never alone and that any issues are resolved immediately. All our staff are fully trained and have immediate access to your trip itinerary so that you don’t spend too much time & money explaining who & where you are!!

 

The Association of Bonded Travel Organisers Trust Limited (ABTOT) provides financial protection under The Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018 for Interrailingpackages Ltd Member ship number 5351, and in the event of their insolvency, protection is provided for:

 

  • Non-flight packages

 

ABTOT cover provides for a refund in the event you have not yet travelled or repatriation if transportation was included in your package.  Please note that bookings made outside the UK are only protected by ABTOT when purchased directly with Interrailingpackages Ltd.

 

In the unlikely event that you require assistance whilst abroad due to our financial failure, please call our 24/7 helpline on 01702 811397 and advise you are a customer of an ABTOT protected travel company.

 

You can access The Package Travel and Linked Travel Arrangements Regulations 2018 here:  https://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2018/634/contents/made

Covid 19 Updates

Following the outbreak of Covid19 across Europe in 2020, Interrailingpackages added some additional provisions to ensure our clients are always kept safe:

 

  • Free Date Change up to 28 days before your departure should there be new concerns around any new Covid19 outbreak.

 

  • New E-Ticket & App Services: Get ALL your train reservations, tour tickets & other travel information documents added to your Interrailing App account free of charge so they can be accessed at the touch of your thumb and with little or physical contact.

 

  • Mobile Interrail Pass: From January 2021, you will be able to get your Interrail pass sent directly to your mobile phone meaning for the first time your Interrail adventure can be totally ticketless!

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