Get a 10% discount on your Interrail Pass

The Interrail Pass offers travellers residing in Europe, Russia or Turkey unlimited travel across Europe.

"Early Bird" Interrail spring promotion

  • Availability: 07/03/2019–31/03/2019
  • Applies to all Interrail Global Passes and selected Interrail One Country Passes.
  • Promotion prices
  • Passes can be bought up to 11 months in advance.
  • No cancellations. Exchange: Only in exceptional circumstances and only before the first day of validity.

Compare the two options: One Country Pass or a Global Pass?

One Country Pass for as little as EUR 46
Global Pass for as little as EUR 151
A pass for your country of choice
For travel in up to 31 countries

Interrail FAQs

Who is entitled to use an Interrail Pass?

People resident in Europe, Turkey or Russia can book an Interrail Pass. Passes are non-transferrable.

Book a Eurail Pass if you do not come from Europe, Russia or Turkey.

How many days' travel does my Interrail Pass include?

One Country Pass:
- 3, 4, 5, 6 or 8 travel days of your choice within 1 month

Global Pass:
- 3, 5 or 7 travel days of your choice within one month
- 10 or 15 travel days of your choice within 2 months
- 15 or 22 travel days in a row
- 1, 2 or 3 months from any day of the week

Does an Interrail Pass cover children?

  • Children aged 0-4 travel for free and do not need their own Interrail Pass.
  • Up to 2 children aged 0-11 can accompany an adult free of charge. All other children need a Youth Interrail Pass.
  • Children aged 0-11 travelling alone need a Child Interrail Pass.
  • Children aged 12 and over need a Youth Interrail Pass.

Where can I buy an Interrail Pass?

You can order your Interrail Pass online. Your will then receive your pass by post. Please allow enough time for delivery.

Would you like personal customer support and the opportunity to buy a pass over the counter? You can also buy an Interrail Pass at our travel centres and from a host of travel agents.

How long is the advance sales period for an Interrail Pass?

You can buy an Interrail Pass as early as 11 months before your journey begins.

Can I use my Interrail Pass for travel in my country of residence?

One Country Pass:
You cannot use the One Country Pass to travel in the country where you have your place of residence.

Global Pass:
The Global Pass gives you 2 journeys for the country where you are living. One of these journeys is for departing from your country of residence and the other is for your return to your country of residence.

Do I need reservations when travelling with an Interrail Pass?

You need reservations for any journey you want to take on a high-speed or night train in Europe. You cannot travel on these trains without a reservation.

You can make reservations for almost all European trains up to 2 months before the date of travel (3 months for certain services) via www.interrail.eu and at DB sales points.

The Interrail Pass does not include reservation fees.

What must I be aware of when buying and travelling with an Interrail Pass?

You need to supply the following information when buying a pass:

  • First name and surname
  • Date of birth
  • Country of residence
  • Number of your ID document

You will have to show the ID document that you entered on the Interrail Pass when your ticket is inspected on the train.

Are there any perks available from Interrail partners?

Your Interrail Pass gives you a host of discounts, such as for hotels and museums. An overview of all Interrail business partners is available in the discounts section and the Rail Planner app.

Can I exchange or cancel an Interrail Pass?

Cancellation before the first day of validity:
A cancellation fee of 15% applies.

Exchange or refund on and after the first day of validity:
Not possible.


Exchange and cancellation of promotional Interrail passes:

Cancellation: Not possible
Exchange: Only in exceptional circumstances (e.g. change of name following marriage) and only before the first day of validity.

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