It is a pass to travel on participating companies in 31 European countries and for ferry crossings between Italy and Greece, depending on the type selected. The range of Interrail passes includes Interrail Global Pass and Interrail One Country Pass.
It may be purchased and used by anyone living in one of the following countries: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, FYR Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldavia, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and Vatican City.
Passengers may also live in one of the following territories: Aland Islands, to Finland; Faeroe Islands, to Denmark; Gibraltar, Isle of Man and Jersey, to the United Kingdom; Svalbard and Jan Mayen, to Norway.
Residents in overseas territories belonging to European countries cannot purchase the pass.
It is personal and non-transferrable meaning passengers need to show ID and their date of birth by showing their National ID card or passport including a photo.
There is no age limit for travelling on an Interrail pass. In addition to the adult pass, the following types are available:
An Interrail pass can be purchased in Spain up to 3 months before the first day of the validity period.
Interrail offers unlimited possibilities. Passengers can discover great European cities, each with its own fascinating, unique and vibrant allure (The Grand Tour: Paris – Brussels – Amsterdam – Frankfurt – Vienna); discover Eastern Europe with its unique atmosphere and positive outlook (New Europe: Berlin – Warsaw – Ostrava – Prague -- Budapest – Ljubljana) or focus on a single country, Italy for example, and discover the surprising regions that showcase the magnificent beauty of the country and its rich culture (Mediterranean Beauty: Milan – Genoa – La Spezia – Viareggio – Pisa – Florence).
The Interrail pass is accepted on most trains in Europe. Nevertheless, booking is recommended for some high-speed trains, while for others, it is not mandatory.
These bookings are not included in the pass, guarantee a seat (or berth) on a specific train and, at times, include additional services.
Bookings can be made in advance at the main Spanish stations, online at www.interrail.eu or at local stations in each country on the trip.
For more information about reservations and issuance, as well as about train trips that do not require a booking, please head to https://www.interrail.eu/en/reservations/do-i-need-reservation.
To make the most of your Interrail pass, you can also download the free Rail Planner app that includes:
Remember that to purchase your Interrail pass, you need to:
This can be used at partner companies in all Interrail member countries.
There are two types: Continuous and Flexible.
For adults in 1st and 2nd class, over-60s in 1st and 2nd class, and young people under 28 in 1st and 2nd class. Children under 4 who do not occupy a seat travel for free. Children between the ages of 4 and 11 travelling with adults (limited to two children per adult) will obtain an additional 1st or 2nd class pass for free, depending on the accompanying adult's pass.
The Interrail Global Pass is valid for two journeys in your country of residence:
Valid Geography for the Interrail Global Pass:
The Interrail Global Pass is valid in the following 31 countries and companies: Austria (OeBB) (1), Belgium (SNCB, Eurostar and Thalys), Bosnia-Herzegovina (ZFBH and ZRS), Bulgaria (BDZ), Croatia (HZ), Czech Republic (CD) (2), Denmark (DSB) (3), Finland (VR), France (SNCF, Eurostar and Thalys), Germany (DB and Thalys), Great Britain (ATOC and Eurostar), Greece (TRAINOSE), Hungary (MAV-START) (4), Italy (Trenitalia), Lithuania (LG), Luxembourg (CFL), Montenegro (ZPCG), Holland (NS and Thalys), Ireland (IE and NIR) (5), FYR Macedonia (MZ-T), Norway (NSB), Poland (PKP) (6), Portugal (CP), Romania (CFR), Serbia (SV), Slovakia (ZSSK), Slovenia (SZ), Spain (Renfe), Sweden (SJ) (7), Switzerland (SBB) (8), Turkey (TCDD) and on FERRY CROSSINGS between Italy and Greece operated by Attica Group (Superfast and Blue Star Ferries) and Minoan Lines.
This can be used on partner companies in the single country stated on the pass.
It is available as a flexible for 3-, 4-, 6- or 8-day pass in 1 month for adults in 1st and 2nd class, young people under 28 in 1st and 2nd class and seniors (over-60s) in 1st and 2nd class. Children under 4 who do not occupy a seat travel for free. Children between the ages of 4 and 11 travelling with adults (limited to two children per adult) will obtain an additional 1st or 2nd class pass for free, depending on the accompanying adult's pass.
A One Country pass cannot be purchased for use in your country of residence.
Interrail One Country Pass Offer:
(*): The Interrail Global Pass notes on these countries are extensive for the One Country option.
(1): Only available in 2nd class.
Several ferry companies and other sectors offer special conditions for Interrail pass holders. Current list of partners in the Rail Planner app and at www.interrail.eu
The information on the Conditions of Use, supplements, refunds, Conditions of Issuance, Cancellations and Unusual Situations can be found here.