21 September 2021 | 4 minutes.

The Interrail Pass

Eurail provides sustainable, unique travel experiences as a gateway to the cultural richness of Europe.

Photo: Julian Love


The Interrail Pass remains as relevant and popular today as it did from the start in 1972. With just one pass, travelers of all ages are able to visit up to 33 different European countries.

For almost 50 years, the Interrail Pass has been providing unique travel experiences filled with adventure, freedom, and flexibility while offering a gateway to the geographical, historical, and cultural richness of Europe.

Rail is one of the most environmentally friendly and energy efficient ways of travelling. 2021 has been named by the European Commission as the European Year of Rail – with the aim of highlighting the benefits of rail as a smart, sustainable, and safe means of transport.

A variety of activities this year is putting rail in the spotlight across the continent, to encourage the use of rail by both citizens and businesses and to contribute to the EU Green Deal goal of becoming climate-neutral by 2050.

With an Interrail Pass, travelers are able to make travel decisions that leave a positive impact on the world.
The history of the Eurail and Interrail schemes is interwoven with the history of Europe. With just one rail pass, travelers of all ages have the ability to visit up to 33 different European countries. Eurail, the company behind the Eurail and Interrail Passes, is owned by over 35 European railway and ferry companies, and is based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Interrail Map – 2021

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