What is a "continuous" pass?
The Interrail pass is available with different numbers of travel days. With a continuous pass, every day is a potential travel day. In contrast, a flexi pass has a fixed number of travel days to use whenever you want while your pass is valid.
A continuous pass lets you travel by train on every single day that your pass is valid. This pass gives you the freedom of train travel whenever you want and is the best way to see the most of Europe. For example, if your pass is valid from 1 September to 22 September, you can travel by train on each of these days, if you want to.
The Interrail Global Pass is available as a continuous pass with 15 days, 22 days or 1 month of train travel.