Everybody in the world has one thing in common, they all look forward to going on a holiday whether it is a package holiday or a city break it is good to get away from the everyday stresses of work.
Many save up during the year for a holiday so that they can relax in the sun or investigate a new city one whatever it is that you do on your holiday it is guaranteed that you will enjoy your time away from the desk.
If you are in a situation where you are not able to save up all year for a holiday say for example you are a student there are options for getting away from your desk too.
If you are a bit strapped for cash or you want to investigate a new country an interrailing ticket may be just the ticket for you. Traveling by interrail allows you to travel freely through the countries in the interrail community for a defined period of time.
How does the Interrail system work? An interrail ticket allows you to travel through 8 interrail zones these are basically made up of the countries that participate in the interrail network.
Zone A – United Kingdom, Ireland
Zone B – Finland, Norway, Sweden
Zone C – Austria, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland
Zone D – Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia
Zone E – Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands
Zone F – Morocco, Portugal, Spain
Zone G – Greece, Italy, Slovenia, Turkey
Zone H – Bulgaria, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro
There are a few ticket options available for interrail trains you can get a one-month ticket covering all of the interrail zones or if you donâ€™t want to go for a full month a 22-day ticket covering two zones or a 16-day ticket covering one zone is an option for your trip.
These options are easily affordable and prices range from Â£117 for flexible travel around Europe so you will not be breaking the bank if you are a student and you will have an amazing time visiting countries throughout Europe. First class tickets are available for the more discearning amoung us.