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Poland amazes its travellers through vast history, from Teutonic Knights to Russian Tsars, from Nazis to communists. Each time, the Polish people have rebuilt themselves and their houses and proved they truly are fantastic people. They are also there to guide your steps through your Eurail or Interrail Poland journey.

Visit the high mountains and take a stroll on the beautiful beaches, all while enjoying the delicious food. Allow yourself to be surprised by the unspoilt forests and the colourful buildings of small towns and even metropolitan areas. The Polish people are very hospitable and eager to show you around so get ready for a lovely journey in the Central Europe!

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3 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

51

Adult (28-59)

59

Senior (60+)

53

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

118

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4 Days Pass

Travel on 4 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

64

Adult (28-59)

74

Senior (60+)

67

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

148

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6 Days Pass

Travel on 6 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

90

Adult (28-59)

104

Senior (60+)

94

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

208

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8 Days Pass

Travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

114

Adult (28-59)

132

Senior (60+)

119

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

264

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Interrail Poland Pass – Get Yours

When talking about Interrail or Eurail passes, what we actually refer to are the types of tickets that allow you to travel through Europe. Below you can find the list of available passes:

Should you be a European citizen or resident, then the Interrail Pass is the one for you. Poland could very well be a destination itself or a starting point to the neighbouring countries. The Interrail Global Pass offers you the opportunity to visit all 30 participating countries.

Given Poland’s location, it is very accessible to visit Germany, the Czech Republic and Hungary as well. Whether you really feel like tasting the Central and Eastern European vibe or you wish to continue your journey to the West, visiting Poland is still a great idea..

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3 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

53

Adult (28+)

64

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

110

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4 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

67

Adult (28+)

81

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

140

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6 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

80

Adult (28+)

96

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

166

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8 Days Pass

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1 month

Book Now →

Youth (12-27)

116

Adult (28+)

142

Family (2 Adults)

Children 4-11 travel free

244

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Interrail Poland Pass Reservations

The Eurail Pass is available to non-European citizen or residents, for example those of you living in Canada or in the US. You have the option to visit only Poland with the Eurail Poland Pass or to visit up to 4 bordering countries with the Eurail Select Pass. The last option would be to visit all participating countries, in which case you need the Eurail Global Pass.

The Interrail Pass is available to those of you who were born and living in Europe. You have the option to visit only Poland or to go crazy and travel to all 30 participating countries with your Interrail Global Pass.

Once you have set eyes on the pass you want, then you can click on the appropriate link on our website. This way you will be transferred to the official vendor’s website and start your purchase.

Price Reduction: Interrail Poland Pass

We love being ahead of the game and provide you the best offers on the market. This is why we partnered up with the officials pass vendors – Eurail and Interrail. Therefore, we are always the first ones to know when special offers are in the game.

In case you are still waiting for the perfect excuse to start your Eurail or Interrail Poland journey, we can bring the good news right in your inbox. Just fill in your name and email below and you are all set!

5 Great Reasons to Interrail in Poland

Most of the visitors go to Poland for a history lesson. But there are plenty of other reasons why Poland should be on your next adventure list.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

You can make a beautiful itinerary only based on the UNESCO protected sites in Poland. If you are visiting Krakow, that passing by the Old Town is a must. From there, the Salt Mines and Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp are pretty close and worth your visit.

Built in the 13th century, the Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork is still standing tall and imposing. Moving to the south, visiting the Old City of Zamosc is a must if you enjoy Italian Renaissance architecture and wish to see it in all its magnificent glory.

Landscapes

Poland has it all – gorgeous beaches in the North and impressive mountains in the South. Hence, there is a large variety of activities you can engage in, from swimming to hiking or skiing.

The scenery is breath-taking anywhere you go, with beautiful unspoilt forests and lakes surrounding castles. The Bialowieza National Park is a natural wonder and will lead you to untouched areas of forest, where you can spot bison living in their natural habitat.

Food

Given its access to the Baltic Sea, you can enjoy fresh seafood if you go up north, to or near Gdansk. There are traditional dishes such as the tasty pierogi and all sorts of Polish pastries. The pierogi are doughy dumplings filled with potato, meat, mushrooms or other tasty combinations.

Probably the most famous main course in Poland is the Kotlet Schabowy. This is a delicious dish made of mashed potatoes and pickled cabbage and there is no respectable restaurant that would not serve it. Oh, and they even have their traditional pancakes, called Nalesniki!

Castles

This can be a dream come true to those of you wishing to feel like living in a fairy tale or if you want to live like a king for a day. There are plenty of amazing castles in Poland at different stages of preservation, from ancient ruins to structures that are still standing.

The Wawel Castle in Krakow or the Royal Castle in Warsaw are amongst the most-visited ones in Poland. The enormous Malbork Castle was built by the famous religious order of crusaders, the Teutonic Knights, in the 13th century.

History

Poland was one of the most affected countries in Europe during the World War II. Thousands of innocents were hurt and lost their lives or their dear ones during some of the bloodiest years in recent history.

There are places where the past is marked, such as the Auschwitz Birkenau concentration camp. Although hurtful, you can visit the museums and hear the stories the local have to share. Remember, this is no easy thing to do but Poland is a meaningful place to visit for history lover.

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Access Europe With Interrail Poland!

Poland’s location in Central Europe makes it is an easy place to begin or end your Interrail Journey.

If that is what you’d like to do, you can find the best flights via Skyscanner, using the free tool below.

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Interrail / Eurail Poland – what to do, where to go?

Choosing just a few places to visit on your Interrail or Eurail Poland might be hard, but we have some suggestions for you below.

Krakow

You will be amazed to see so many medieval buildings and beautiful cobbled streets around the town, as Krakow has been almost miraculously left unscathed from the Second World War. The Wawel Castle will make you feel like you stepped into a fairy tale and the carriages will be waiting for you in the Old Town.

By the way, the Rynek Główny market square is the largest one in Europe and is located in the Old Town, one of the first UNESCO World Heritage locations. For the winter sports enthusiasts, you can visit the Tatra Mountains in the winter and enjoy some great quality ski slopes.

Warsaw

This is the place where history meets the future, where the old was reconstructed from ashes. The capital city of Poland was almost ruined during the Second World War and rebuilt after that. There is a beautiful mix between restored Gothic architecture, communist structures and modern buildings.

You can visit the Chopin Museum or the Royal Castle, which once served the Russian tsars before Poland regained independence in 1918. Visiting Warsaw also means long walks in their gorgeous parks and there are quite a few. If you are lucky enough, you can even drop by while someone is performing a Chopin concert.

Gdansk

The port city is located on the Baltic coast and will offer you the opportunity to enjoy remote beaches, far away from the crowded metropolitan areas. The symbol of the city is the Neptune Fountain, built in the 17th century and still eye-catching.

The St. Mary’s Church is a precious example of Gothic architecture, built in the 14th century. The main square is home to colourful buildings and cobbled streets, perfect for taking a walk in the past. If you want to learn more about the local stories of the city, you can visit the Historical Museum of Gdansk.

Poznań

This is a really lively city, as the third largest University in Poland is situated here. This means that there are plenty of pubs, good food and amazing people. The colourful buildings are a happy sight and offer you the feeling of a small-town life.

One of the main attractions is the Poznań Cathedral, which was originally built in a Gothic style but had to be rebuilt after the Second World War. You can also visit the famous Palm House, one of the biggest greenhouses in Europe. It is more than a century old and has thousands of tropical plants along with tall bamboo trees and a remarkable collection of cacti.

Bialowieza Forest

This could very well be a once in a lifetime adventure as this is the only forest where the largest land mammals still live in freedom – bison. Another reason why this place is special is because there are vast areas of undisturbed original lowland forest. The flora and fauna living there is almost out of this world, as their environment is almost unspoilt by human interaction.

You can just take a walk and admire the landscape or try the hiking and biking trails in the areas that do not require supervision. You can even enjoy the sight of bison in the protected reservations.

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Interrail and Eurail Poland Map and Planner

Once you decide on which pass you wish and you place your order, you will be delivered a pack which will contain your ticket and a map amongst other items. Before you get your map, you can have a look below at the vast transportation network in Poland and not only.

If choosing a route worries you, then interrailplanner.com can help you with that. This is a really easy to use online tool that can generate itineraries depending on what you wish to visit and where you want to get.

Interrail Poland – best places to stay

You’ll need to have somewhere to stay when you’re on your Interrail or Eurail Poland trip. Here’s some places where you can do just that, brought to you by our readers, as well as our partners at Booking.com.

Reader Recommendations

We want to hear about the best places you stayed while you were on your Interrail Poland trip – bonus points if they’re a little off the beaten track! Share the love and give us a recommendation – get in touch or add yours in the comments section (coming soon)!

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Hotels are ideal for those who need a bit more personal space, such as couples or friends travelling together.

After a day of exploring in a foreign country, there’s nothing quite like a freshly made hotel bed.

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Hostels are great because:

a) they are incredibly cheap, and

b) they are normally full of other people who are also travelling that you can share experiences with.

Check out some hostels and their reviews here, thanks to our partners at Hostelworld.

Visit Hostelworld to find your accommodation.

Recommended Interrail Poland Route

It might seem hard to decide on just a few places to visit in Poland, so thought we could suggest a route.

Route: Krakow > Wroclaw > Warsaw > Poznan

  • Krakow: Discover the largest Town Square in Europe and explore gorgeous castles and beautiful architecture. Have a taste of the delicious coffee, it is said to be one of the best in Europe. Book your hotel or hostel.
  • Wroclaw: Admire the jaw-breaking Baroque and Renaissance architecture of Wroclaw and stroll around the multitude of beautiful bridges. You might want to go looking for the graffiti-gnomes, it’s a main activity in Wroclaw. Book your hotel or hostel.
  • Warsaw: Visit the capital city of Poland and see for yourself how the city was rebuilt after the Second World War in the same style as it was before. The parks are incredible too and you can even visit the birthplace of the famous scientist Marie Curie. Book your hotel or hostel.
  • Poznan: Taste the traditional St Martin’s Croissant and visit the Old Brewery 50 50 to feel the local vibe. The former Imperial Castle built for German emperor Wilhelm II is also quite a sight and if you just want to take a walk somewhere special, make sure you go to the Citadel Park, the largest urban park in Poznan. Book your hotel or hostel.

Which Interrail Poland Pass Will I Need?

Please keep in mind that the Interrail Passes are only available to European citizen or residents.

  • Recommended: Interrail Poland Pass
  • Travel days needed: 3 days within 1 month
  • Prices: from €51

Eurail Poland-Sweden Pass

If you were born and live anywhere outside Europe, the you have access to the Eurail Passes. How great would it be to drink a tasty artisan coffee in the Eastern Europe and the next day to put your skis on or go and enjoy a 24-hour daylight in Sweden? Your Eurail Global Pass can get you from Warsaw to Stockholm and offer you a memorable train ride.

Route: Warsaw (Poland) > Berlin (Germany) > Copenhagen (Denmark) > Stockholm (Sweden)

You can even find the time to visit the cities for a bit, as there sure is a lot to see.

Krakow

Wrocław

Warsaw

Poznań

Interrail Poland, Eurail Poland Photo Gallery

Here are some of the best photographs people have been kind enough to share from their previous Interrail Poland trips.

If you have photos to share, we’re open to considering them for display on this page – just email us to start a conversation!

Conversely, if you see your photo here and want it taken down, just let us know.

Interrail Poland FAQ

Whichever Interrail or Eurail Poland guide you read, there will always be unanswered questions. If you feel that there is anything missing from this guide or the FAQ below, let us know in the comments or send an email!

What to bring on my Interrail Poland trip?

The official Interrail website lists the following as necessary items to bring with you on your trip:

  • First Aid kit
  • Photocopies of important documents
  • Spare credit card
  • Padlock
  • Torch
  • Driving licence
  • Money belt
  • Universal adaptor
  • Alarm clock
  • Phrase book
  • Small speakers
  • Waterproof jacket / poncho
  • Backpack rain cover
  • Plasters
  • Playing cards
  • Bottle opener
  • Hiking boots
  • Swimming goggles
  • Wet wipes
  • Resealable bags

And of course, you will need a backpack to carry everything – lucky for you, we’ve taken the time to review the best Interrail backpack options out there.

Is it safe?

Poland is generally safe, and the country is highly ranked when it comes to the safest countries. If you prefer to avoid areas with a higher crime rate, avoid West Pomeranian, Lubusz, Lower Silesian, Silesian.

Regardless, it is always important to take care – try to avoid walking streets alone at night, and keep your valuables somewhere safe. If there’s no safe place at your hotel or hostel, keep them with you!

If you are concerned about something that could go wrong on your trip, we recommend taking a look at World Nomads Travel Insurance – it’s designed especially for travellers rather than typical holidaymakers.

Interrail and Eurail Poland get your Pass today!

Visiting Poland is a wonderful opportunity to learn a history lesson right where it happened. There are also many interesting places to visit and delicious food to taste. Your Eurail or Interrail Poland journey will offer you the opportunity to go swiming one day and then following a hiking trail in the impressive Tatra Mountains the next.

Don’t forget to taste the tasty pierogi!

Not sure where to go next?

We’ve got you covered! Check out some of Europe’s top places to visit and explore in our guides below.

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