The One-Country Pass

You want to really get to know one country in specific? Then the Interrail One-Country Pass is for you.
You can only use Interrail if you are a European citizen or if your place of residence is within Europe. If neither applies to you but you still want to travel Europe by train, you can do so with Eurail.

With this pass, you can typically travel within one country, and the ticket is a lot cheaper than the Global Pass. The prices for each pass completely depend on the country you are choosing. Here are the most popular countries and their price lists (they are all 2nd class prices):
Of course, on the Interrail website you can find the other available One-Country passes.

Italy

  • travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month     (90 €)
  • travel on 4 days within a period of 1 month     (111 €)
  • travel on 6 days within a period of 1 month     (145 €)
  • travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month     (181 €)

 

The Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg)

  • travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month     (90 €)
  • travel on 4 days within a period of 1 month     (111 €)
  • travel on 6 days within a period of 1 month     (145 €)
  • travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month     (181 €)

 

Great Britain (England, Wales, and Scotland)

  • travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month     (159 €)
  • travel on 4 days within a period of 1 month     (169 €)
  • travel on 6 days within a period of 1 month     (214 €)
  • travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month     (239 €)

 

All Interrail passes work with travel days. Every day you take a train paid for with your Interrail pass, is counted as one travel day.
There is an exception: If you take a train after 7pm on the first day and get off the train after 4am the following day, only the second day counts as a travel day.

If you are not sure which One-Country pass is the right one for you, try googling the different countries, and then the different cities within each country. One you have chosen a destination, think about how many cities you are planning to visit. Especially if you are choosing a pass like the Benelux-One-Country pass or the Great-Britain-One-Country pass, 3 travel days will most likely not be enough. Each of these passes covers 3 different countries – simply taking a train from one country to the next will use up all your travel days.

If you want more information, head over to Interrail.eu.

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