At Get Jaunty, interrail is a very popular way to travel through Europe. I spent a summer backpacking and used interrail as a budget friendly way of seeing as many destinations as I could safely. From Norway to Paris via Eastern Europe, you’re in the right place for first-hand experience.
Each post offers tips and advice as well as a run down of what to do in each location. I share the good and the bad and offer a realistic view if you’re thinking of planning your own trip.
There’s a lot here, so use the search bar on the right for a specific place, or start here with one of my earliest posts on what to pack. Get in touch with any questions – I’d be happy to help.
This post gives an in-depth guide and itinerary to exploring Switzerland by train. I took this trip in June 2017 and had the goal of seeing as much of the country in one week (without being overly rushed) as possible, including mountains and cities. Here you’ll find a map to help you plan a visit to Switzerland and a list of activities to help you narrow down experiences you don’t want to miss!View Post
Most people have spent too much over the Christmas period, but that doesn’t stop us dreaming of where we’ll be travelling this year. With so many travel agent incentives and online offers around, you may even be tempted to book your summer break right now. And why not?View Post
*Updated 2018. Choosing to travel by interrail is one of the most exhilarating and cost effective ways of seeing the world. If you’re planning an interrail trip, you can make your funds stretch even further with a plan in place. Here’s my guide on making an interrail budget that’ll work for you:View Post
*Updated 2018. Since I’ve been back from my first solo travelling adventure, I’ve had quite a few people ask me how I did it, or calling me brave. I was nervous before I set off; from the comfort of home I was naturally worried about what might go wrong. Would I get lost? Would I be lonely? Would I even last the full journey without turning back?View Post