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Tip of the month

Enchanting Budapest.

Budapest casts its spell on you straight away. Buda Castle towers impressively on the banks of the Danube and shows its best side – majestic during the day and magically illuminated at night.

You must see the large indoor market, where you can rub shoulders with the locals and find traditional specialities as well as Hungarian arts and crafts.

If you are in Budapest in winter, it is worth visiting the lake in front of Vajdahunyad Castle. In summer, this tempts you to take pleasant boot trips, and in winter it is converted into the largest outdoor ice-skating rink in Europe (Városligeti Műjégpálya).

A tip to save your legs.

After an extensive city trip that offers many sights of interest, we recommend switching down a gear. The best option is the Széchenyi thermal bath and swimming pool, one of the largest pools in Europe. The thermal water here comes from 1,200 metres deep at a temperature of 76 degrees Celsius. Included in the admission price are numerous offers such as the fitness studio, various saunas, aerobics and water aerobics.

Budapest–Belgrade (example).

Budapest–Belgrade (example).







Belgrade (Beograd)




Duration: 7 hours 57 minutes; no changes; reservation required; several connections per day.

Lively Belgrade.

It is no surprise: life is vibrant in Belgrade just as it is in some other post-socialist cities. Everything seems to be stirred up and full of creativity and joie de vivre.

In Belgrade, people meet up in shops, cafés and bars in Knez Mihailova Street, which has been called one of the most attractive streets in Eastern Europe.

You can enjoy your time in Kalemegdan with a little more peace and quiet. This is one of the largest and most attractive parks in Belgrade and one of the most important cultural historical complexes in the Serbian capital. The old town of “Skadarlija” is worth a visit from a culinary perspective, and you will find a host of traditional Serbian restaurants there.

Tip for night owls.

Club Centar is located centrally, and Serbian pop and rock is played, as well as jazz and reggae. The Brankow Bar is particularly hip. You can enjoy a pleasant coffee here during the day, and in the evenings you can party with DJs and live music.

Interrail Passes

Interrail Global Pass.

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With an Interrail Global Pass, you can travel wherever your heart desires in all the following European countries:

Austria, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece (incl. Attica Group), Hungary, Ireland, Italy Plus (incl. Attica Group), Luxembourg, Macedonia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK.

The Global Pass is available as a flexible pass (valid for any 5 days within a 10-day period or for any 10 days within a 22-day period) or as a continuous pass for 15 days, 22 days or a month.

Interrail One Country Pass.

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The Interrail One Country Pass lets you travel without restrictions through one of the participating countries (see price list Interrail One Country Pass).*

The One Country Pass is available as a flexible pass for any 3, 4, 6 or 8 days within a month in the selected country.

* The One Country Pass is not available for Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro. Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg are counted as one country (Benelux).

NEW: Attica Pass – island hopping in Greece with Interrail.

The new Interrail Attica Pass lets you explore the Greek islands by ferry. Sail to historic Rhodes, discover the Minoan ruins on Crete or visit the stunning white villages of Santorini. Look forward to breath-taking views as you go island hopping across the Aegean Sea. By the way, the ferry between Greece and Italy is included in the offer.

You can visit the following 26 islands with the Attica Pass: Amorgos, Astypalea, Chios, Crete, Donousa, Ios, Irakleia, Kalymnos, Kastellorizo, Kos, Koufonisi, Leipsoi, Leros, Lesbos (Mytilene), Mykonos, Naxos, Nisyros, Paros, Patmos, Rhodes, Santorini, Schinoussa, Symi, Syros, Tilos, Tinos.

What's included in the Attica Pass?

  • Two international trips between Italy (Ancona or Bari) and Greece (Patras)
  • Four domestic trips among the Greek islands
  • Train and bus connections between Patras and Piraeus (domestic ferries to the Greek islands depart from Piraeus)

The Interrail Attica Pass is valid on all ferries operated by the Attica Group. Superfast Ferries offers connections between Italy and Greece. The connections provided by Blue Star Ferries let you explore the many Greek islands.

You can buy the Attica Pass here.

Pass benefits.

With your Interrail pass, you can also benefit from further attractive discounts from a number of our European bonus partners. See:


  • To benefit from the above reductions, you must have either an Interrail Global Pass or an Interrail One Country Pass for the relevant country (or one of the relevant countries in the case of ferry crossings), which must not be your country of residence.
  • The full list of reductions offered by our bonus partners is available at station ticket counters or at



  • The prices in the above lists are exclusive of reservation fees, supplements for sleeping/couchette cars and boat journeys and any fees which apply when making a purchase at an attended ticket counter.
  • Interrail entitles you to discounted ticket prices on trains that use the market price system, such as the TGV (e.g. Switzerland–Paris).
  • Please book your travel on high-speed, long-distance and night trains as early as possible, as the number of seats available on these services is limited (3 to 6 months in advance).
  • The advance purchase period is 6 months.


  • You are entitled to purchase an Interrail pass if you have been resident in a European country or in a country belonging to the Commonwealth of Independent States (former Soviet Union).
  • The Interrail Global Pass is also valid for the route from your place of residence to the border/airport.
  • For young people (12 to 26 years) there are travelpasses in each case for both 1st and 2nd class. The first day of validity for the ticket must be at least one day before the 26th birthday.
  • Children (4 to 12 years) travel free when accompanied by a person holding an adult travelpass (maximum 2 children per adult travelpass).
  • Children travelling alone (4 to 12 years) require an Interrail pass for young people.
  • Children under 4 years generally travel free.


You can obtain Interrail passes:

  • At an attended ticket counter at the station (in some cases, passes are only available at counters for international tickets – opening hours) plus any processing fees.
  • Online at The Interrail pass will be sent to you free by post by registered mail within 11 working days. A supplement will be charged where faster delivery is required.
  • Note: the seat reservations required can only be obtained at the ticket counter.

Important information:

  • To purchase an Interrail pass, you will need a valid ID card or a passport. You must also present this, together with your Interrail pass, for ticket inspections on the train.
  • You can find out which identity documents you will need from the embassy of the relevant country in Switzerland.
  • Please book your travel on high-speed, long-distance and night trains as early as possible, as the number of seats available on these services is limited (3 to 6 months in advance).
  • Seat reservations can be made at the staffed ticket counter.