Below you’ll find a brief overview of the main differences between the flexible and fixed travel option.
- In most cases, the flexible travel, an Interrail Pass is the most beneficial. It’s an Interrail Pass which allows you to travel to multiple destinations on up to 7 days within a 1-month period.
- The fixed travel, point-to-point travel is a lot more limited in flexibility and number of available destinations due to budget limitations. You should keep in mind that destinations far away from your point of departure are most likely not within budget. Therefore, point-to-point travel is ideal for trips to a nearby destination (such as a neighbouring country).
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