The government has announced this will pay half of European Interrail this summer for people under 30, which represents a very sensible option for the youngest, who usually have lower economic capacity.
The Interrail has two basic options that it is necessary to differentiate. A global alternative, more expensive but with which you can travel throughout Europe. And a second, cheaper one, but where you have to select a country.
He as global It has a very wide spectrum. The cheapest one costs 274 euros (135 with the 50% offer) and you can travel by train for four days, the trains do not have to be consecutive. And the most expensive is the three-month option, which costs 711 euros, about 355 if you are traveling this summer and are under 30 years old.
When you select a country, The price depends on the destination. The cheapest options are available from 54 euros – for three days – to 300 euros for around eight days of travel. It all depends on the economic level of the place you want to visit and the demand for it.