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what is interrail? Interrail is a pass that can be used for unlimited travel (within a chosen time restraint) by train throughout the majority of Europe. To be entitled to purchase this, you must be a European resident. If not then you can buy a Eurail ticket instead which is basically the same...

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“Train travel through Europe”

published 22/08/2005

Pretty cheap, the chance to be spontanious, an adv...

Not everybody's cup of tea

During the final year of my A-levels, me and my fellow sixth former friends decided it would be fun to plan a post A-level holiday. After thinking it through for months and coming up with a variety of different ideas on what kind of trip we wanted, we finally opted for an inter-railing trip round...

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Total freedom, fantastic sights and interesting pe...

When I got back, my toothbrush had been thrown awa...

I have just returned from a month of train travel with Interrail and I am bronzed, toned, still in one piece and ready to put you in the picture! Before I went I read every internet article I could get my hands on, they mostly covered the experience and many did it justice. I hope I can convey...

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Cheap, flexible, a great experience!

Some hidden costs, does not cover home country.

If you just want a holiday sitting by the pool in one place, you'll be better off with one of the budget airlines. But if you want to visit a lot of places in a short time, read on - Interrail is a great way to achieve a low-budget, high-intensity travel experience. THE EXPERIENCE: I spent a...

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Excellent

“Get on the Right Track”

published 28/09/2001

Flexibility, price.

Some hidden costs.

There aren’t many ways you can travel around Europe with a large backpack and a little budget. In fact there are two. You can either buy a rail ticket or a coach ticket. There was really never much choice for me, because, whilst I like coaches for trips in the UK, where the trains are three...

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Excellent

a very cheap option of getting around Europe

some countries require annoying supplements to be ...

Two years ago, I embarked on my first Interrail-dependent European trip. The three of us opted for the 30-day two-zone option, which currently stands at £209 (according to today’s prices on the official website). We had planned our trip well, and two zones were definitely sufficient for our...

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“Around Europe in 30 days”

published 13/09/2004

A very cheap way to see a lot of Europe

On some routes you have to pay a suppliment

With an Interrail ticket you pay upfront for an all inclusive ticket which allows you to travel unlimited journeys for a set amount of time. There are various tickets you can buy, valid for different times and destinations. Here is a breakdown of the different tickets available, and their...

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“See the World This Summer”

published 25/05/2001

Really get to know a country

You have to be patient!

There are several ways of seeing the world. One of the most common is to get a eurorail or amtrak unlimitred travel card and go and visit as many countries you can in your 8 week summer holidays. These type of travelling holidays are great for tasters about where you might want to return to. Or...

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“Enjoy the freedom”

published 08/05/2001

You can choose where you want to be anytime

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Oh how I wish I were young and fancy free again when I think of my time travelling around Europe. I am sure things have changed a lot since I went on interrail holidays but those holidays have remained in my memory as if I went last year. Travelling by train in other countries is an excellent...

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“The only way to travel”

published 22/01/2001

You can go anywhere you like for a month

The comparison with BR makes you tearful

If you're on a tight budget but have the time available to travel then inter-rail is by far the best way to see Europe. The pass entitles the holder to free travel on all the railways throughout Europe for a month and cheaper passes are also available where travel is limited to a specific 'zone'...

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“What fun!”

published 30/08/2005

The best way to travel Europe

Paying supplements

At the moment an Interrail Pass for anyone under 26 years will set you back £285 for a month which covers all 8 zones, i.e. pretty much everywhere in Europe and also including Morocco. I would strongly advise that you get the extra insurance which is available with it that costs about £13 ( I...

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Excellent

great flexability and very good value for money

supplements required in some countries and 'improv...

The Inter-Rail pass and Euro Domino pass are becoming one, this means that Inter-Rail's classic global pass will remain the same for 1 month and 22 days (albeit more expensive) however the 16-day one zone pass will be withdrawn, along with all the current zone system, in its place will be a...

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