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interrail

(ˈɪntəˌreɪl)
vb (intr)
to travel through Europe using an international rail pass, which permits unlimited travel through most European countries via train
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ENPNewswire-August 19, 2019--LNER to continue accepting Eurail and InterRail passes
Rail operators announced that UK lines were pulling out of the Interrail scheme.
| BRITAIN'S train companies will no longer be part of the Interrail and Eurail schemes which allow tourists to travel across Europe with a single pass.
READ MORE: https://www.scotsman.com/news/transport/thunderstorms-to-hit-as-highland-rail-route-to-be-closed-for-at-least-a-week-1-4977647Travelling with an Interrail pass was previously seen as a "rite of passage", he said.
CONSIDER INTERRAIL This ticket to explore Europe isn't just for students.
Luckily, George has turned down the chance to interrail with Swedes again in order to extend his tour well into spring.
He said: "Free Interrail tickets are being made available from today for 15,000 18-year-old citizens living in the European Union.
This month the first steps were taken to implement the European Parliament's plan to give a free Interrail pass to Europeans turning 18 to help foster a sense of community in Europe.
He bought an Interrail pass and set off on his travels through Europe.
/ It's easy to find people to stay the night with if you're travelling by Interrail or something, if you're only averagely active on the Internet and talk to people /...
This reminded me of my very first trip to Switzerland, as a student travelling on an Interrail card, when I saw Japanese tourists lined up to board the mountain train at Kleine Scheidegg.