The rail passes on this page are for travelers under the age of 25. If you are over 25, see:
Which Eurail Pass? (Over 25s).
If you are eligible for one of the rail passes on this page, you will also be eligible for an ISIC (International Student Identity Card). They're especially useful if you'll be traveling to several countries in Europe.
Inter Rail and Eurail are the two main operators of train passes in Europe. Eurail will be taking over the running of Inter Rail from April 1 2007. They have not yet announced if they will be changing the types of tickets that Inter Rail will offer.
Eurail is not open to European citizens or citizens of Turkey, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Russia and other countries that neighbor Europe. Such travelers should use Interrail instead.
See the table at the bottom of the page for all the available options for travelers in Spain.
More information: What Does My Eurail Ticket Not Cover?
Which Eurail Youth Pass is Right for Me?
|Travel Plans||Which Eurail Pass?|
|I will only be traveling in Spain on my vacation||Eurail Spain Pass|
|I will be traveling to Spain and the rest of Europe but will keep my number of journeys down||Eurailpass Youth Flexi|
|I will be traveling to Spain and a couple of neighboring countries||Eurail Selectpass Youth|
|I will be traveling to just Spain & France during my travels||Eurail France-Spain Youth Pass|
|I'll be traveling extensively throughout Europe||Eurailpass Youth|