The traditional InterRail Pass, the InterRail Global Pass, allows unlimited rail travel in and between all participating countries for a certain period of time. Main exceptions are that the country of residence is excluded, and that high-speed trains and night trains often require a paid booking.
So, basically, you get a pass for most of the trains in Europe. You get pretty good deal, too. We got ours from www.interrail.eu and paid around £380GBP for a month’s pass, including loss cover. We also got a few free gifts with our passes, like a big rail map of Europe, an InterRail wristband and a lovely pass wallet to keep everything safe.
What can you do on an InterRail trip?
Well, you can do whatever you want! To find out what we did in Summer 2014 read our posts.
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