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Get your Spain Pass

Spain is a very popular destination for people who like to go on InterRail trips. Taking an InterRail or Eurail Spain journey is a fantastic way to spend your summer vacation away from college or university ,or you can just use Interrail journey to take a break from the monotony of daily life, and explore new countries and places. 

Use your Eurail or Interrail Spain Pass to see as much of Spain as you possibly can – there is so much to see all across the country, from the gorgeous architecture of Barcelona to the beautiful beaches of the Costa del Sol, with its welcoming Mediterranean currents.

Choose your Interrail Spain Pass

3 Days Pass 

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1month

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Youth (12-27)

135

Adult (28-59)

€ 175

Senior (60 & Over)

€ 158

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 350

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4 Days Pass 

Travel on 4 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 129

Adult (28-59)

€ 199

Senior (60 & Over)

€ 179

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 398

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6 Days Pass 

Travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 193

Adult (28-59)

€ 259

Senior (60 & Over)

€ 233

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 518

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8 Days Pass 

Travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 226

Adult (28-59)

€ 300

Senior (60 & Over)

€ 270

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 600

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Get Your Interrail Spain Pass

An ‘Interrail Spain Pass’ or ‘Eurail Spain Pass’, is how people usually refer to a rail Pass that is distributed by Interrail or Eurail, which enables someone to travel within Spain. For example:

  • Interrail One Country Pass (Spain)
  • Interrail Global Pass
  • Eurail One Country Pass (Spain)
  • Eurail Select Pass
  • Eurail Global Pass

Interrail Spain Reservations

Before rushing to purchase your Interrail Spain Pass, remember that if is only available to you if you are either a European citizen, or a European resident. The Eurail Spain Pass exists for those of you who are neither citizens nor residents of any European country – for example, people who were born and currently live in the USA. The links on this site will take you to the official seller of Interrail and Eurail Passes, where you can make yourself a reservation at the lowest possible fare with no hidden costs.

Price Reduction: Interrail Spain Pass

As we are partnered with Interrail.eu and Eurail.com – the official vendors of Interrail and Eurail Passes, we are always some of the first people to know about any price reductions or discount offers that become available. The prices you see here are always the lowest you’ll find (we don’t add any extra fees), so even if you can’t wait for a price reduction, you’ll still be getting a great price.

If you want to wait a while and see what offers come up, the easiest way to do it is by signing up to our newsletter – just drop your name and email into the boxes below and we’ll be sure to let you know as soon as any promotions or offers become available! 

Eurail Spain Pass – where to buy

It is always best to buy tickets for anything from official vendors, in order to protect yourself from potential scammers and touts who may be selling at inflated prices or not deliver the tickets at all. The same is true when buying your Interrail or Eurail Spain Pass. If you click on a Pass that is shown here on Interrail-Journey, we will only take you to the official vendors, where you can buy your Pass safely and securely. 

If you are intending to use your Pass in a single country, you can see a full list of Eurail One Country Passes on our dedicated Eurail Pass page (or the Interrail Pass page if you’re European), as well as the selection of different Interrail and Eurail Spain Pass options displayed on this page. 

However, if you would prefer to see several different countries in a single trip, getting an Eurail Global Pass or Interrail Global Pass is almost always the best value option.

Eurail Spain and Portugal

Considering Portugal’s geographical location, clinging to the West coast of Spain, it is no surprise that many people who Interrail or Eurail in Spain also choose to visit this fascinating country during their travels.

If you are from outside Europe, and will be buying an Eurail Pass, then you are in luck. Purchasing an Eurail Select Pass allows you to travel in up to four bordering countries on a single Pass – so you could Eurail Spain, Portugal, France, and Italy in the same trip! Even if you aren’t eligible for an Eurail Pass, the same itinerary is possible if you buy an Interrail Global Pass, which allows you travel in as many countries as you like during the validity period.

Choose your Eurail Spain Pass

3 Days Pass 

Travel on 3 days within a period of 1month

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Youth (12-27)

151

Adult (28-59)

€ 185

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 370

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4 Days Pass 

Travel on 4 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 179

Adult (28-59)

€ 220

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 440

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6 Days Pass 

Travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 203

Adult (28-59)

€ 248

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 496

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8 Days Pass 

Travel on 8 days within a period of 1 month

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Youth (12-27)

€ 265

Adult (28-59)

€ 325

Family (2 Adults)

Children age 4-11 travel free

€ 650

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5 great reasons to Eurail or Interrail in Spain

From cities bursting with awesome architecture and unmissable landmarks, to gorgeous unspoiled islands just a ferry ride away, to incredible sandy beaches to relax on – it is no surprise at all the Spain is one of the most visited countries in the world, bringing in over 75 million tourists in 2016 alone. Here’s our top 5 reasons why we think you would love to Interrail or Eurail in Spain.

Weather

The number one reason that most people cite when asked why they wanted to visit Spain also happens to be the simplest; more often than not, it is really, really warm there. From June-September, the average temperatures across Spain range from 20-30 degrees Celsius (that’s about 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit). These Summer month are when Spain’s tourism industry truly flourishes, but even in the off-season, you would struggle to find anyone who described is as cold.

Architecture

All over Spain, there are a plethora of historical and architectural masterpieces for you to see and appreciate. The largest Gothic cathedral in the world can be found in Seville, and Barcelona is littered with the influence of Antoni Gaudi, including the unfinished but marvellous Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familía. Football/soccer fans will also not want to miss the opportunity to see the gigantic Nou Camp stadium, where FC Barcelona play their home games. The tour offered by this club offers you the chance to explore all around the stadium and appreciate its magnificence – with approximately 100,000 seats, it is one of the biggest stadia in the world.

Siestas

Ah, the siesta. Or to describe it in slightly less Mediterranean terms, the afternoon nap. Siestas take place all over Spain in the mid-afternoon, allowing those who are weary from sustaining themselves in the scorching heat since early morning an opportunity to rest up for a couple of hours, before heading into the early evening with fresh vigor. Perfect for working people, but also ideal if you have spent the morning exploring and seeing the sights – grab a quick siesta and enjoy your evenings to the fullest!

Parties

Fancy letting your hair down and getting your dancing shoes on? You can’t go far wrong with the judgment free party hotspot at Magaluf – found on the island of Mallorca, which is easily accessible via ferry from several locations including Spain and Valencia. If you are a true party animal, then you can also spend some time in Ibiza – particularly during the Summer months, this place is truly spectacular and will give you plenty of stories to take home from your Interrail journey!

Beaches and Islands

Aside from the aforementioned island of Mallorca, Spain also offers a large number of smaller islands which can be visited on day trips. If getting away to a quiet island for some chilling out time is on your list, then you’ll want to check out the Isla Cíes National Park. Take a quick boat ride from the North-West coast to this island and you will find on of the world’s most beautiful beaches, complete with white sands, turquoise waters, and that indescribably calming sound of waves softly crashing in the background.

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With Eurail – Spain and the rest of Europe is closer than ever!

Visiting, exploring, and enjoying Spain and the rest of Europe has never been so easy, cheap and convenient. If you are living in Europe right now, then it’s as easy as can be – just buy your Interrail Spain Pass, or Interrail Global Pass, and get going! If you’re from the UK, you can still do this – recently Interrail changed their rules, allowing a single return journey to take place in your country of origin, enabling you to take the Eurostar to mainland Europe at the start of your Interrail journey, and back to the UK once you’re done (booking in advance is required).

If you are from another part of the world such as the US, Australia, Canada, or if you are from the UK and cannot reach your starting point by using the Eurostar, then unless you are already in Europe you will probably need to take a flight at the start of your journey. Once you’ve purchased your Eurail Spain Pass , check out some flight prices using the tool below:

Interrail Spain – what to do, where to go?

TMost experienced travellers will espouse the wisdom that lies in keeping your trip open to the possibility of spontaneity along the way. No matter how well you plan everything out, there is bound to be someone that you meet on your journey who has a brilliant idea for something to see or do, which had not occurred to you before. When this happens, you will be glad to have the flexibility to adjust your plans.

However, we know as well as anyone that when planning your Interrail or Eurail Spain trip, you will want to ensure you’ve got some great ideas in your back pocket, to make sure you get the most out of your experience. With that in mind, we’ve got some great places to share with you.

Valencia

Located to the East of the country in the eponymously-named region of Valencia, is the cultural city of Valencia. This superb city has a wealth of fantastic places to visit and see, two of which are alongside, or nearby the redirected Turia River. Firstly, the Turia Gardens, formed from the Turia’s former riverbed, which is the largest urban garden in Spain and features magnificent landscaping alongside attractions such as sports fields, skate parks, and giant chessboards. And secondly, the City of Arts and Sciences. Inside this modern architectural masterpiece sitting alongside the rerouted river, is a culture-vulture’s dream; including an aquarium, planetarium, opera house, and natural history museum (designed to resemble a whale skeleton, no less!).

Seville

Financial and cultural capital of the Andalucia region, Seville is a lively and interesting city which naturally boasts a great many tourist attractions which draw in visitors by the millions every year. Don’t miss the chance to visit the Grand Cathedral of Seville, where it is believed Christopher Columbus was laid to rest.

Architecture fans will also not want to miss the Alcazar of Seville, a complex of royal palaces, patios and gardens which combine the best influences of 11th century Muslim Moors, 13th century Gothicism, and the 14th century Mudéjar style. Once you’ve got your fill of architectural wonder, head over to Barrio Santa Cruz in the Old City, near the Guadalquivir River, for some Tapas in typical Spanish surroundings.

Madrid

Spain’s capital city is a buzzing hive of activity from sunrise to sunrise. Although well-known for having a big nightlife scene, there is also by no means a lack of things to see and do during the daytime. As with almost any capital city, there are plenty of landmarks to see – most notably the Royal Palace, which is still used by the monarch of Spain as a permanent residence.

Spend the morning getting some shopping done at the San Miguel Market in Plaza Mayor, and after your siesta, you will want to go and check out the Puerta del Sol – this is a large square which is used for festivals, important gatherings, and street performers. In all likelihood you will end up here at some point, as it also serves as the central hub of Madrid’s public transport network.

Tarifa

Take a break from the cities with a trip down to the Southern coast of Spain, where you will find this strip of sandy white beaches. The weather can get extremely warm in the Summer months, but this is tempered by strong winds which make Tarifa very popular with windsurfers and kitesurfers, as well as non-aquatic kite enthusiasts. It’s a very chilled out place, and you can even see the Rif mountains of Africa off in the distance!

Canary Islands

Not to be confused with the Balearic Islands, which, among others, include Ibiza and Mallorca, the Canary Islands (or just ‘Canaries’ to their friends) are located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the South coast of Morocco.

Head to the Canary Islands for a great way to round off your Interrail journey, by basking on the gorgeous sandy beaches in the mild climate. If you want to see more than just beaches, the Maspalomas Dunes in Gran Canaria and the Teide Volcano in Tenerife are both highly popular natural attractions that are regularly visited by tourists throughout the year.

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Interrail and Eurail Spain Map and Planner

When your Pass arrives in the post, it will be part of a package which also contains a map for your convenience. Until then, you can use this Interrail and Eurail Spain map to help you understand where everything is and how they are connected by the vast train network in Spain.

Too many awesome opportunities are missed by potential Interrail and Eurail Spain travellers because the planning seems too scary and overwhelming. If that sounds like you, we encourage you to try out interrailplanner.com – a really simple and helpful online tool which takes your preferred destinations and a couple of other details, and turns them into your perfect Interrail itinerary! Once you know which Pass you will need, you can get it here!

Recommended Spain Interrail Itinerary

Don’t have the time or knowledge to plan your own Spain Interrail Itinerary? Here is one that is recommended on the official Interrail vendor’s website. Take it as it is, add to it, or make up your own – it’s your journey after all!

Route

Barcelona > Valencia > Granada > Sevilla > Madrid > Toledo > Salamanca > Santiago de Compostela > San Sebastian

Barcelona: Cosmopolitan, with unforgettable architecture and fantastic beaches. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Valencia: A cultural masterpiece with something for everyone. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Granada: Charming student city set against the mountainous backdrop of the Sierra Nevada. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Seville: Great tourist spots such as the cathedral and Alcazar, combined with quaint cobbled streets for that proper Mediterranean feel. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Madrid: Throw yourself into the buzzing Plazas to experience Spain’s capital to its fullest. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Toledo: Close to Madrid, blessed with a rich history and examples of religions coexisting peacefully. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Salamanca: Another buzzing student area, complemented by classical Spanish architecture. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Santiago de Compostela: Final destination for pilgrims walking the Camino de Santiago, and featured in a 2011 movie called ‘The Way’ (Trailer below). Book your Hotel or Hostel.

San Sebastian: Some of the most beautiful beaches in Spain can be found here. Book your Hotel or Hostel.

Which Interrail Spain Pass will I need?

When your Pass arrives in the post, it will be part of a package which also contains a map for your convenience. Until then, you can use this Interrail and Eurail Spain map to help you understand where everything is and how they are connected by the vast train network in Spain.

Remember, the Interrail Spain Pass is for you only if you are a European citizen or resident.

  • Recommended: Interrail Spain Premium Pass
  • Travel days needed: 8 days within 1 month
  • Reservations: FREE with the Premium Pass, when made in advance
  • Prices from € 312

Which Eurail Spain Pass will I need?

Remember, the Eurail Spain Pass is for you only if you are NOT a European citizen or resident.

  • Recommended: Eurail Spain Pass
  • Travel days needed: 8 days within 1 month
  • Reservations: some fees will apply
  • Prices from € 406

Don’t make any more excuses not to take the trip of a lifetime!

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Interrail and Eurail Spain– best places to stay

Find the perfect places to stay while you are travelling on your Interrail or Eurail Spain trip, whether you are looking for hostels, guesthouses, or hotels!

Reviews are encouraged – if you stayed somewhere amazing and want to recommend it, let us know in the comments or get in touch so we can add it here!

Hostels for Eurail Spain travellers

If you are looking for the truly quintessential Interrail or Eurail France experience, and want to maximise your opportunities to meet new people while staying within a budget, then you will want to spend at least some of your time in hostels.

Our partners at Hostelworld are offering Interrail-Journey readers the very lowest prices on hostel stays all around Europe – check out some of the places and their reviews here:



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Hotels for Interrail Spain travellers

Need your personal space? We understand, hostels aren’t for everyone! Find yourself a nice hotel in each location you are visiting, regardless of budget, thanks to our friends at Booking.com:



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Interrail Spain, Spain France Photo Gallery

Here are some choice snaps from previous Interrail France trips that people have taken – if you have some to share, we’d love to see them and possibly feature them right here 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 Spain FAQ

Here’s a couple of typically unanswered questions from those who are about to embark upon an Eurail or Interrail Spain journey – if there’s anything missing, let us know and we’ll add it in!

 

What to bring on my Interrail Spain trip?

According to the official Interrail website the following items all deserve a space in your rucksack 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

Naturally, you will need a backpack to carry all of this stuff – check out our review of the best Interrail backpack options out there.

Is it safe?

Spain is a safe place to travel. Serious crime is very minimal, but that doesn’t mean you should walk around with your eyes closed either.

As with most places, pickpocket theft is more common in tourist areas, and you should always exercise caution when walking alone at night. You can get more detailed advice from our Interrail safety guide.

Interrail Spain, Eurail Spain- get your Pass today!

 

Spain is a brilliant country, definitely worth the trip down to the South of Europe. It’s bursting with historical and architectural wonder, as well as some of the most fabulous beaches and island paradises in the world.

If you’re serious about Interrailing, buy your Pass as soon as you are able – once you take the plunge, you can begin preparing and looking forward to the adventure of a lifetime!

¡Buena suerte y feliz viaje!

 

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