Welcome to the new home for information about the Europe Inter Rail and its destinations.

The Inter-Rail was founded in 1972, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the International Railway Union. The countries covered by the Inter Rail ticket were, until 1990, 21: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, West Germany and East Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Yugoslavia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland , Portugal, United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland and Hungary. After the fall of the Iron Curtain, the pass was extended to the countries of Eastern Europe. The division of Europe into zones is dated 1994. In 1998, adds two zones: the zone D (Croatia, Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary) and the H zone (Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Macedonia and Romania).

Since 2007 the countries to be visited has risen to 30 and Inter Rail is no longer any distinction between different zones.

This website will inform you of all the destinations which are currently available on the Europe Inter Rail. We will be providing helpful advice and guide for all the locations giving you a taste of what to expect when you arrive at your destination.

Simply look on our menu for the destination you are traveling to, we will also be providing regular post on other potential destinations which you may consider visiting whilst you are in a particular country.

Our site will also include travel guides which hopefully will make you better prepared before leaving, such as a checklist of items you should never forget to bring to the best desinations to visit.

Hope you enjoy visit to Europe

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Hadrian’s Wall

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Bled Guide

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Ljubljana Guide

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Krakow Guide

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