Paper Pass Information Centre
Welcome to our Interrail paper Pass Information Centre made especially for travellers like you. Here you'll find all things paper Pass related to ensure a smooth trip from start to finish.
How to use the paper Pass
Travelling with a paper Pass is a bit different than travelling with our mobile Pass. Make sure you record every train you take in the My Trip section on the Pass Cover. To travel in your country of residence, write the date of your in- and outbound journey in the box provided, and fill in the travel diary.
The Interrail Map shows you the main train network in Europe, as well as all discounted ferry routes you can take. On the back of the map, you'll find additional information, including approximate travel times between Europe’s major cities, plus some great scenic routes.
Download the Interrail Map (9.6 MB PDF) below, that way you'll always have it with you when you're travelling.
Need more space to record trips?
Depending on how many trains you take during your Interrail trip, you may run out of space in the My Trip section (this is called the Travel Diary on Pass covers from 2020).
When this happens and you're still exploring Europe by train, simply download and print extra lines so you can continue your trip.
The Interrail Map and Pass Guide are published once a year. Since some of the information can change throughout the year, you should always check our website for the most up-to-date information.
Download the Rail Planner App
Europe is at your fingertips with the Rail Planner app. Download the app, and you can look up train times offline, plan your trip and find out whether or not you need a reservation.