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15% off Interrail Tickets, eg £196 for 5 days travel in 15 for an adult
15% off Interrail Tickets, eg £196 for 5 days travel in 15 for an adult

15% off Interrail Tickets, eg £196 for 5 days travel in 15 for an adult

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There is a 15% discount for Interrail tickets at the moment. seat61.com/Int…htm is a guide for where you can go with one.

The Interrail Sale runs from 1st February until 31st March 2017 at 22:00 GMT (23:00 CET, Midnight EET).
You can choose the start date for your Interrail Pass. The first day of validity must be within 11 months of your date of purchase.
These Discounted Promotional Interrail Passes are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
Interrail Premium Passes and Interrail One Country Passes for Denmark, Finland, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Switzerland are not included in the Interrail Sale.

7 Comments

Original Poster

You can have one journey in the UK, and then travel in these countries.
http://www.interrail.eu/sites/all/themes/eurail_responsive/html/img/temp/europe-map.png

There are various tickets where you can either travel every day, or only on a subset of days. You may have to pay an extra fee for some high speed trains. Seat61.com is the best source of information for those.
Edited by: "ahenry" 4th Feb

Not worth it for Italy/Spain as trains are dirt cheap already, esp with advance purchase. Trying to thing how this £40 per day ticket can be of much value...perhaps if you are planning a tour of Northern Europe/Scandinavia.

eatmorefish

Not worth it for Italy/Spain as trains are dirt cheap already, esp with … Not worth it for Italy/Spain as trains are dirt cheap already, esp with advance purchase. Trying to thing how this £40 per day ticket can be of much value...perhaps if you are planning a tour of Northern Europe/Scandinavia.



My thoughts exactly. And Czech Republic trains are cheap, places like Bulgaria the buses are cheaper and better than the trains.

OpineDevine

My thoughts exactly. And Czech Republic trains are cheap, places like … My thoughts exactly. And Czech Republic trains are cheap, places like Bulgaria the buses are cheaper and better than the trains.



From/to U.K. You can use Eurostar which is not cheap.. plus you can use local buses and other transports.

Original Poster

seat61.com/new…htm has a comment about recent changes to the rules for using Eurostar tickets if you have an Interrail ticket. You pay €30 extra. You either need a Europe-wide Interrail ticket, or one for France or the Benelux countries.

I'm interested in the 3 day in 30 pass for Switzerland for £90

eatmorefish

Not worth it for Italy/Spain as trains are dirt cheap already, esp with … Not worth it for Italy/Spain as trains are dirt cheap already, esp with advance purchase. Trying to thing how this £40 per day ticket can be of much value...perhaps if you are planning a tour of Northern Europe/Scandinavia.



​I remember I got one about 15 years ago, a lot better value back then, you could use it everyday during its duration, if I remember correctly....Although I was broke, manage to travel half Europe within a month...

eatmorefish

Not worth it for Italy/Spain as trains are dirt cheap already, esp with … Not worth it for Italy/Spain as trains are dirt cheap already, esp with advance purchase. Trying to thing how this £40 per day ticket can be of much value...perhaps if you are planning a tour of Northern Europe/Scandinavia.


Depends how you plan your journey, i done ljubljana in Slovenia to cologne in one day using one of my inter rail days.I think it was 800 miles travelled that day, i went via nuremberg and just changed trains a few times to reach Cologne.
Most i have done on interrail is 7500 miles in 30 days, so it is fairly cheap if you get that much mileage out of it.As everyone has said the countries you are travelling in is very relevant as to how much the saving will be.
Travelling the whole of Germany in one day is likely to cost more than £40.

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