Win 2 First Class InterRail Passes worth 660!

Let the train take the strain! Win 2 First Class InterRail Passes and travel around Europe in luxury.

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The September Draw has now closed. Please click here to see our latest prize winners and details of our current prize draw.

We’re delighted to be partnering with My InterRail who are giving away 2 InterRail 1st class Senior Global Passes, which are valid for 5 days within a 10 day trip, and for travel before December 2014.

Our travel advisor Peter Lynch has been testing out the Senior InterRail pass and has written an entertaining blog about his travels around Europe.  From Warsaw to Krakow, to Vienna, Salzburg and more, he found the InterRail pass to be a great way to explore Europe by rail and save money too.

And you could tailor-make a European voyage and discover new countries and towns at the pace that suits you.

Read more about My InterRail and the Global Passes.

To win your 1st Class Passes, simply read the InterRailing is for Seniors too! blog feature and answer the two questions below:
What was Peter’s first stop in Austria and where did Peter take his night train from?

Send your answers to [email protected]
 
We will be selecting the winner in the first week of October and will notify all entrants.

The standard InterRail eligibility rules and conditions of use apply.

Click here for further Terms and Conditions.

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  • chrismse
    over 6 years ago
    This really is my dream prize, I would love to fly to Zurich then take the train through Italy. I would visit Venice, Florence Naples and Rome. I would stay a few nights in each place and the before I came home I would visit Monte Carlo.
  • Su
    over 6 years ago
    Travelling by train is a wonderful way to travel, watching the different landscapes go by, but without the stresses of the traffic on the roads.
  • DRSask
    over 6 years ago
    I have often traveled around Britain by train but have yet to do so in Europe. Unfortunately I do not qualify for the InterRail seniors pass on two counts - I do not live in any of the qualifying countries and I am not yet 60. Peter's blog makes it sound very tempting though to look into other rail passes.