I am a new resident of Switzerland and my 18 year old son is not yet. He will be but not until after we travel.


Can I purchase 2 Interrail global passes if we will be travelling together or do I need to buy 2 separate passes (one Interrail and 1 Euro). If so, how will this affect our travel?

Thank you


Best answer by rvdborgt 12 May 2023, 09:22

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The only difference between Interrail and Eurail is that with Interrail, you are limited to 2 travel days in your country of residence. Eurail doesn't have that  limitation. If you both have a non-European passport, you can both use Eurail.

Thank you.