Solo Interrailing doesn’t have to mean travelling alone.

  Thinking of going Interrailing but not sure who to go with, but don’t want to go alone either? Then you might be interested in a guided group tour, where you can join other like-minded travellers as part of a guided Interrailing holiday. You get all the benefits of a solo trip, with the added support and…

Travelling with your other half – a true story

In the past five years, 22-year-old Lauren Murphy has visited 34 countries,  which is pretty good going all in all. She still has a bit to go to achieve her ambition though – which is to visit every country in the world, all 195 of them. Just another 161 countries to go and she will…

Vienna – a mini guide

Ah Vienna, Vienna, is there anywhere quite as Europeanly and extrovertly elegant as the Austrian capital? The country’s federal capital and largest city (it’s home to a mere 1.9million people) and is renowned for its Baroque, Classicist and Art Nouveau architecture, its imperial palaces, its museums, parks and nightlife (apparently there ere are over 450…

Blogger Diaries Day 4- Cesky Krumlov

Day 2 Since we had done lots of exploring the day before we thought we’d start with a lie in. Although when breakfast is over at 10, a lie in can only last till about 8:30 if you want to make the most of the free food! 😂 We got down and the hotel had…

Blogger Diaries Day 3- Cesky Krumlov!

An early start today, we got ourselves up for 6am to be out the door at 6:30 for our 7am train. When we checked out we had our city tax to pay which was only 87 koruna (£3.03), not a lot to ask towards upkeep of the beautiful city! We were a little heartbroken to…

Blogger Diaries- Day 2 Kutna Hora

We got up for an early start to the day to fit everything there is to see in, and made our way down to the free hotel breakfast. What a spread! Cheese, meats, fruit, cereal, bread eggs and sausages all laid out! We ate as much as we could fit in and set out for…

Blogger Diaries- Day 1 in Kutna Hora

Ahh Dublin airport, it’s been a few months! A quick scoot about the usual shops and a wee stop in to burger king for a travellers breakfast and we were set to go! A small delay on the plane  meant a tighter squeeze for catching our train, but we still had an hour and a…

Switzerland’s Chocolate Train

Anyone got a sweet tooth? Then boy, have we got the train journey for you! If you know your chocolate, then you’ll known that Switzerland is famous for its creamy, luxury choclatey goodness. Let’s see, you got your Lindt (Master Chocolatiers no less), your nougaty nutty lovely Toblerone (the stuff of Christmas stockings across the world), your…

Meet Lauren and Cathal, our latest Travel Bloggers

Interrailing Packages Ltd are delighted to introduce our latest Travel Bloggers, Lauren Murphy and Cathal Mone, who will be heading off in December this year on a mini Interrail trip to the Czech Republic. Read on to find out more about this intrepid travelling duo and their trip 😊 Who we are 🇮🇪 Hey everyone, we’re…

Dark Tourism guide (part two)

Our picks of some of Europe’s most poignant locations. Babenhausen, Germany Looking to do a spot of ghost hunting when Interrailing? Then you my want to add the German city of Hesse to your itinerary. The Babenhausen Barracks located near the city were used to house soldiers for combat during numerous wars, including World War…