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Choosing your Interrail Pass

Check our frequently asked questions for choosing an Interrail Pass. If your question isn't answered here, contact us and we'll be happy to help you.

Interrail Pass types and discounts
What is an Interrail Pass?

An Interrail Pass is a single travel document that lets you travel by train in one or more European countries. With an Interrail Pass, you can explore up to 30 countries without having to buy point-to-point tickets.

Do I need an Interrail or a Eurail Pass?

An Interrail Pass can only be used by European citizens and official residents. Non-European citizens can use a Eurail Pass instead, available from Eurail.com. If you aren't a European citizen, but you can prove that you live in Europe, you can use an Interrail Pass.

What is my country of residence?

Your country of residence is the country in which you have citizenship or are a legal resident. The country that you select as your country of residence will be shown on your Pass. For a mobile Pass this information is available in the My Pass section of your Pass (tap the +Details button next to your name). It will also show on the actual mobile Pass ticket. For a paper Pass it's printed in the top-right corner of the ticket. You will have to bring official proof with you on your trip, showing that you are a citizen or resident of that country. More information on your Country of Residence can be found in the Conditions of Use.


For Interrail Global Passes, travel within the country of residence that you select is limited to one outbound journey and one inbound journey that can occur any time during your travel days. When using an Interrail Global Pass to leave from or return to your country of residence, you must use one of these inbound/outbound travel days. More information on travel in your country of residence.

Interrail One Country Passes can only be used for travel in the selected country. Travel to or from this country is not included in the Pass. Please note that you cannot purchase a One Country Pass for travel in your own country of residence. 

Do you offer any discounts?

Yes, we offer the following discounts on Interrail Passes:

Youth Pass - Travelers aged 12 to 27 can order a Youth Pass, which is up to 35% cheaper than the Adult Pass.

Family Pass - Up to two children (aged 0 to 11) can travel for FREE with an adult.

Senior Pass - Travelers aged 60 and over get a 10% discount on Adult prices.

What is the difference between 1st and 2nd class?

The difference between 1st and 2nd class rail travel is the level of comfort and the facilities provided. A 1st class Interrail Pass is more expensive than a 2nd class Interrail Pass.

Check out our complete overview of differences between 1st and 2nd class to find out everything you need to know.

Travel days
How many travel days do I need?

On average, it will only take 1 travel day to go from one European city to the next. For instance, you can use 1 travel day to get from Berlin to Paris and another travel day to go from Paris to Madrid.

How long exactly is a month pass valid?

A Global Pass - 1 month continuous is valid for train travel on each day during 1 month. The number of travel days you have depends on the length of the month in which you start using your pass.

Country of Residence
What is my country of residence?

Your country of residence is the country in which you have citizenship or are a legal resident. The country that you select as your country of residence will be shown on your Pass. For a mobile Pass this information is available in the My Pass section of your Pass (tap the +Details button next to your name). It will also show on the actual mobile Pass ticket. For a paper Pass it's printed in the top-right corner of the ticket. You will have to bring official proof with you on your trip, showing that you are a citizen or resident of that country. More information on your Country of Residence can be found in the Conditions of Use.


For Interrail Global Passes, travel within the country of residence that you select is limited to one outbound journey and one inbound journey that can occur any time during your travel days. When using an Interrail Global Pass to leave from or return to your country of residence, you must use one of these inbound/outbound travel days. More information on travel in your country of residence.

Interrail One Country Passes can only be used for travel in the selected country. Travel to or from this country is not included in the Pass. Please note that you cannot purchase a One Country Pass for travel in your own country of residence. 

General questions
Do you sell point-to-point tickets?

No, we don't sell point-to-point tickets (one-way or return train tickets from city to city). We offer Interrail Passes only, which give you access to trains in up to 30 European countries.