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Ferries

 

Interrail passes include access to a number of free and discounted European ferry routes and boats. Below you can find an overview of the major ferry lines that have a partnership with Interrail.

List of Ferries in Europe

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Balearia

(Spain - Morocco - Algeria)

 

Balearia runs ferries between mainland Spain and its cluster of Spanish Islands (the Balearic Islands). Travel to the scenic gems of the Mediterranean: Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera. Balearia ferries can also take you across the Mediterannean Sea to northern Africa.

 

More info about Balearia ferry

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Blue Star Ferries

(Greece)

 

Blue Star Ferries operate on various routes from the Greek mainland to many of its beautiful islands. An exotic destination like Greece calls for a relaxing journey to its pristine beaches and ancient ruins. Equipped with a range of facilities, the convenience and comfort of these ferries will ensure you the journey is all part of your experience.

 

More info about Blue Star Ferries

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Eckerö Line

(Finland - Estonia)

 

Eckerö Line operates a ferry route between Helsinki and Tallinn, across the Baltic Sea. Enjoy a Nordic experience, with locally sourced food and entertainment onboard.

 

More about Eckerö Line ferries

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Finnlines

(Finland - Sweden - Germany)

 

Finnlines operates ferries across the Baltic Sea. With 5-star facilities and top-notch comfort on board, discover Europe like Europeans do. Shorten your journey time, and gather some new experiences along the way.

 

More info about Finnlines ferry

 

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Fjord Line ferries

(Denmark - Norway - Sweden)

 

Sail from Denmark to several destinations on the shores of Norway and Sweden with Fjord Line ferries.

 

More info about Fjord Line ferries

 

 

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Grimaldi Lines

(Greece - Spain - Italy - Malta)

 

Grimaldi Lines offers a variety of routes to choose from – travel to Greece, Spain, Malta, Italy and its magnificent Island of Sardinia. Admire the spectacular shores of Europe, as you unwind on the deck of the ferries run by Grimaldi Lines. To shorten long journeys between countries, choose this quick and comfortable ferry trip.

 

More info about Grimaldi Lines ferry

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Irish Ferries

(Ireland - France - Great Britain)

 

Irish Ferries operates ferry routes between the Republic of Ireland, France and Wales. Take an offbeat ferry route – explore the Irish panorama and taste the Irish waters.

 

More info about Irish Ferries

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Minoan Lines

(Greece - Italy)

 

Minoan Lines offers ferry connections within Greece and between Greece and Italy. While you are enjoying the activities on board, travel swiftly and get more time to explore your desired destination.

 

More info about Minoan Lines ferry

 

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Polferries

(Poland - Sweden - Denmark)

 

Travel by ferry between Poland and destinations on the shores of Sweden and Denmark with Polferries. You can enjoy a variety of entertainment services on board as you sail across the Baltic Sea. 

 

More info about Polferries

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SNAV Ferries

(Italy - Croatia)

 

SNAV Ferries travel across the Adriatic Sea, connecting Italy and Croatia. They also travel between the Italian city of Naples and the Aeolian and Pontine Islands.

 

More info about SNAV Ferries

 

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Stena Line

(Ireland - Netherlands - Great Britain - Norway - Sweden - Denmark - Germany - Poland - Latvia)

 

Stena Line connects Great Britain (England, Scotland, Wales) with Ireland (Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland) and the Netherlands. This ferry company provides a great travel option to reach mainland Europe from Great Britain and Ireland. They also have a comprehensive network of ferries sailing the Baltic Sea between Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Latvia.

 

More info about Stena Line ferry

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Superfast Ferries

(Greece - Italy)

 

Superfast Ferries travel across the serene Adriatic Sea. Soak up the breathtaking view of the azure waters between Greece and Italy.

 

More info about Superfast Ferries

 

 

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Tallink Silja

(Finland - Sweden - Estonia - Latvia)

 

Explore the Baltic Sea, as Tallink Silja operates ferries between Finland, Sweden and the Åland Islands, as well as the Baltic countries of Estonia and Latvia. 

 

More info about Tallink Silja ferries

 

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Viking Line 

(Sweden - Finland - Estonia)

 

Cruise across the Baltic Sea in style with Viking Line ferries, taking you between Sweden, Finland and Estonia. On board you can enjoy live music, try traditional food, or relax in the spa, ensuring that your journey will be an experience to remember. 

 

More info about Viking Line ferries

Direct Ferries

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Didn't find the ferry route you were looking for? Direct Ferries can help you compare and book your tickets for the perfect ferry to continue your Interrail trip! 

 

Compare prices from the biggest and largest ferry operators connecting the finest destinations Europe has to offer. It can't get any easier, so what are you waiting for?

Good to know

Travel days and ferries

When traveling by night ferry (Superfast, Minoan or Blue Star Ferries) you have to fill in the day of departure in your travel calendar. If you are still on this ferry after midnight, you don't have to use a second travel day, unless you board a second ferry.

 

Please note that you cannot start your travel before the first day of validity on your pass.

Discounted prices on ferries

It is often possible to purchase the special fare tickets for ferries in advance. It is recommended to purchase these tickets in advance when planning to travel during high season. In order to purchase these tickets you will have to contact the ferry company you will be travelling with directly. In some cases, you can buy the ticket with the discount already included. Occasionally however, you will have to buy the full fare ticket and the ferry company will refund the discount.

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