A cheese Interrail of Europe!

You can go through decades wondering where your life is taking you, and then one day, it can dawn on you. The thing that’s been missing from your existence is a cheese-fuelled train journey across Europe, sampling the most celebrated cheeses the continent has to offer. Okay, that might be a little over the top,…

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Interrail Plan Insights Report 2017

Using information from the routes created with our free Interrail planning tool, we’ve published a short report detailing some interesting Interrail insights, including a definitive list of the most popular destinations! Underneath, you will see a heatmap of where Interrailers tend to go in Europe, which was created from the same data. Interrail Plan Insights…

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City Spotlight: Amsterdam

An Interrail classic. The Dutch capital is more than just coffee shops. It’s a very cultural city and you won’t be short of things to do, but some of the major attractions like The Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum or the Heineken factory can get very busy so it’s worth booking ahead online to…

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Benelux Pass: The Perks

James Jackman takes us through the perks of the idiosyncratic Benelux pass. In case you weren’t aware, Interrail offers passes for single countries, along with their well-known global pass. While most of these single country passes stay true to the name (Germany pass, Italy pass, etc), there’s one that breaks the mould – the Benelux…

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Interrailing for: Museum-lovers

James Jackman, an experienced interrailer, takes us through the perfect route for seeing the best museums in Europe. For museum-lovers, Europe is definitely the place to be. With over a staggering 8000 museums, you can be in no doubt that you’re spoiled for choice. However, the real question is: which ones do you see? Unless…

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Interrailing: My Experience

I went Interrailing before going to University and here are some hints and tips I picked up on my trip! Pamplona Our first destination was Pamplona, and we timed our visit to coincide with the festival of San Fermin, famous for the running of the bulls. Whilst we didn’t dare participate, it was thrilling to…

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