InterRail and Eurail are the best ways to travel through Europe. It consists of a train ticket with which you can take all trains within its area of validity.

In this way, you can visit most European countries, going from city to city with the advantage of arriving directly in the city center (where the main stations are usually located). You can visit the great European capitals, as well as small towns, since the European rail network reaches almost everywhere. All this can be done for relatively little cost compared to other travel options.


The best thing is that there are no predefined paths, you can choose which train to take for whatever time you prefer. This way, you have complete freedom to travel when and where you choose. The ticket is valid for a fixed period of time (15 days, 22 days, 1 month, etc.), and for given countries, depending on the type of ticket selected. The ticket cannot be used in the home country of the passenger.

The difference between Eurail and InterRail tickets depends on the country of residence of the traveler. Eurail Passes are for non-European residents, whereas InterRail passes are for European residents who can demonstrate a stay of at least six months in a country of the European Union. While there is no age limit, prices vary according to age as well as the type of ticket.

For more information visit:

  • InterRail (if you are a resident of the European Union or can prove having stayed for more than 6 months as a resident of the European Union)
  • Eurail (if you are not a resident of the European Union)