Our most popular Pass is the classic Interrail Global Pass. It's valid in the following 31 European countries:
Austria (including Liechtenstein), Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France (including Monaco), Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Ireland (Northern and the Republic of Ireland), Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.
The Interrail One Country Pass is valid in one European country of your choice. This Interrail Pass was formerly known as national pass or EuroDomino ticket. You can choose from 31 One Country Passes.
Popular choices are the Italy Pass, the Spain Pass and the France Pass. The Benelux Pass is valid in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. There is no One Country Pass for Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro.
We also offer One Country Passes with enhanced travel options including the Interrail Premium Pass, which lets you book FREE advance train reservations.
Travel in more than one country?
To travel in two countries, you can combine two One Country Passes. If you want to visit three countries or more, ordering the Interrail Global Pass is your cheapest option.
Who can travel with Interrail?
European residents of all ages can travel with Interrail Passes. If you are not a European resident, you can travel with Eurail Passes instead. If you are a European citizen with a valid passport or ID but you reside outside of Europe, you can choose between a Eurail or an Interrail Pass. Do I need an Interrail or Eurail Pass?
Travel in your own country
You may not use an Interrail One Country Pass to travel in your own country of residence. If you have an Interrail Global Pass it's valid for 2 journeys in your country of residence. Read more about travel in your own country.
Are you 27 years old or younger on the first day of your Interrail trip? Then you can buy the discounted Youth Pass, valid in either 1st or 2nd class. Read more about the youth discount
Interrail is great for family travel as well. Children aged 4 up to and including 11 years of age can travel free as part of a Family Pass. Children under 4 can also travel for free and don't require an Interrail Pass. Read more about the child discount
For travellers of 60 years and older, we offer discounted Senior Passes. Senior discounts are available for all Interrail Passes. Read more about the senior discount
1st or 2nd class
1st class train compartments are more spacious and less crowded. Seats are more comfortable and may have special services, like power sockets or free drinks. See differences between 1st and 2nd class
Travel day: continuous or flexi
Do you want to travel nearly every day? Then choose an Interrail Pass with a continuous validity, to travel on consecutive days. Example: Interrail Global Pass - 22 days continuous.
Staying at each destination for a few days? Then buy an Interrail Pass with flexible validity. Example: Interrail Global Pass - 10 days within 1 month. Flexi days do not need to be consecutive.
On each travel day you can take as many trains as you want. To decide how many travel days you need, we advise you to make a rough itinerary of the places you want to visit. You can use our timetable to find out the journey times between destinations.
Trains covered by the Pass
Your Interrail Pass is valid on trains from the national railways and some private railways of the countries where your Pass is valid. You can travel within and between these countries as much as you like. Some special trains, including some high-speed trains and scenic trains, and all night trains require an advance seat reservation.