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  • 1. Description

    The Interrail Greek Islands Pass is a new and unique pass for 2015. It is a One Country Pass that offers 6 ferry crossings consisting of 2 international trips between Italy and Greece, and 4 domestic trips to Greek islands offering you excellent flexibility and true value for money for travel from Italy to Greece and between Greek islands with just one pass.

    You decide which islands you wish to visit and the duration of your stay. (Please note that 1st or 2nd class are available on the international crossings.  Domestic crossings offer Economy Class type only).

    The following Greek islands can be visited with the Attica Pass:

    Amorgos
    Astypalaia
    Chios
    Crete
    Donoussa
    Ios
    Iraklia
    Kalymnos
    Kastellorizo
    Kos
    Koufonissi
    Leros
    Lesvos (Mytilene)
    Lipsi
    Mykonos
    Naxos
    Nisyros
    Patmos
    Paros
    Rhodes
    Santorini
    Schinoussa
    Symi
    Syros
    Tilos
    Tinos


    Click here for a map of the applicable Greek Island routes

    Images courtesy of Eurail / Attica Group



  • 2. Eligibility

    To qualify for an InterRail Pass, you must be resident in one of the countries listed here ("eligible countries"):

    Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, FYR Macedonia, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Republic of), Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands (The), Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom (including Isle of Man and Channel Islands), Vatican City

    A qualifying resident of an eligible country, in which there is no participating railway, (please see list below), (e.g. Albania) may still purchase an InterRail Global pass or an InterRail One Country Pass



  • 3. Eligibility for Saver

    n/a

  • 4. Discount

    Pass holders are entitled to 30% discount on all domestic ferry routes operated by Attica Group vessels, for any additional trips.



  • 5. Validity

    The Attica pass is valid for 6 ferry crossings consisting of 2 international trips between Italy and Greece, and 4 domestic trips to Greek islands

    Start Date: The date chosen at the time of booking and is the date you can take your first journey. It is also the first date of the validity of your pass. (This date can not be altered without a fee)

  • 6. Terms and Conditions

    Eligibility
    1. To qualify for an InterRail Pass, you must be resident in one of the countries listed below ("eligible countries"). A qualifying resident of an eligible country, in which there is no participating railway, (please see list below), (e.g. Albania) may still purchase an InterRail Global Pass or an InterRail One Country Pass.
    2. The InterRail Adult Pass is for those aged 26 years or over on the first day of validity. The InterRail Youth Pass is for those who are under 26 but over 11 years on the first day of validity. The InterRail Child Pass is for those aged 4 to 11 years inclusive on the first day of validity. Children under the age of 4 usually travel free subject to the conditions imposed by participating railways.

    Validity of Pass
    3. The InterRail pass is valid on all participating railways except those in the Passholder's country of residence, but the Passholder may purchase in his/her own country of residence a return ticket for direct travel from the station nearest the place of residence to the station of departure/border station/airport from that country at a reduced price (where available). Please see table below for the applicable reductions but please note that reductions may change from time to time and without notice.
    4. The InterRail pass can only be issued up to three months in advance of the first intended date of travel. The InterRail Global Pass is available for continuous use either for 22 days or for one month and as a flexible pass for 5 days within any period of 10 days or 10 days within any period of 22 days. The InterRail One Country Pass is available for use either on 3, 4, 6 or 8 days in any period of one month.
    5. A valid passport and satisfactory proof of permanent residency or residency for 6 months or more in an eligible country must be held and shown upon purchase and whenever required.
    6. The InterRail pass is personal and non-transferable and may be used only by the bearer.
    7. During your trip, the InterRail pass is only valid if you can produce when asked, the same proof of identity/residence/age (identity card, passport or residence permit etc) that you nominated at the time of purchasing your InterRail pass. The information written on your pass (e.g your name, passport/identity card number, country of residence etc) may be checked to ensure that it matches those details given on your proof of identity. If it does not, your pass may be rendered void and taken from you. No responsibility is accepted in respect of the issue of any pass based on inaccurate information supplied.
    8. The InterRail pass is not valid on all trains - e.g. Spanish high speed trains AVE and TALGO 200, and on the German 'Metropolitan' services between Hamburg and Essen, Dusseldorf and Cologne. The InterRail Pass may not be valid on other trains and services from time to time. We will try to advise of these.
    9. The InterRail Adult Pass and the InterRail Child Pass are valid for travel in the class of accommodation to which they apply. Where a pass is not valid for first class accommodation, upgrades to first class may be purchased.

    Use of Pass
    10. Before each journey that you make, you will have to complete details of that journey (e.g date, time, departure and arrival stations, the train/ship number and what type of seat/sleeper accommodation you are using.) This must be written in black or blue before embarkation on a special form that will be provided at the time of purchase and which will need to be produced for validation on request. You should also include details of any journeys made, where it has been necessary to purchase an additional ticket. A day runs from 00.00 to 23.59. If a journey is taken on a direct overnight train, which departs on the day before the day of arrival, the date for entry on the pass is the day of arrival. With an overnight ferry, the date for entry on the pass is either the day of departure or the day of arrival. Travel may not be taken before the first day of validity of the pass or after the last day of validity.
    11. Seat reservation fees, couchette & sleeper fees, cabin, berth and reclining seat fees and port taxes are not included in the price of the InterRail pass. Other supplementary charges (e.g. seasonal supplements) may be imposed from time to time and we will try to advise of these. Reservations and passholder fares for Inter Rail passholders are limited and are subject to availability at the time of booking. Please book early to avoid disappointment.
    12. Supplements may be required on some rail journeys and are normally required on Alfa, Artesia, EC, ES, IC, ICE, InterCityLyn, S200 Pendolino, TALGO, X2000, EN, CIS, CityNightLine, Lusitania, Myrdal/Flam, Thalys and Trenhotel services. Supplements may be required on other services from time to time. We will try to advise of these. A special pass holder rate applies to Eurostar services.
    13. It is your responsibility to ensure that you comply with all passport, visa and health requirements.
    14. Please check the requirements of the participating railway as to the conditions applicable to the travel of children/young people. In some cases it is a requirement that a child is accompanied by an adult and it may be necessary to produce the consent of a parent or guardian to the making of the journey.

    15. An InterRail pass gives no entitlement to a seat. Seat reservations are compulsory on some journeys.
    16. Bonuses may be available to holders of InterRail passes from certain participating railways where the pass is valid in the country of that railway. Please refer to particular country pages for applicable conditions.
    17. Ticket inspectors may confiscate the pass where data have not been completed or have been altered or where supporting evidence of identity/residence/age cannot be provided or is not satisfactory. In such cases payment for the full price of the ticket for the journey being undertaken will be required and a penalty will be imposed.

    Cancellation Fees
    18. No refund will be given on partially used, lost or stolen InterRail passes and no refund after the commencement date on any pass unless before the first day of validity the pass has been returned to Customer Services, International Rail Limited, Chase House, Gilbert Street, Ropley, Hampshire SO24 0BY and marked by official Railway Personnel with two diagonal crossing lines across the front of the ticket and the words "Not used", signed and stamped with an official ticket office date stamp.

    The request for a refund must then be made within one month of the last day of validity of the pass to the company where the pass was purchased and the pass must be handed in, marked, signed and stamped as above. There is no entitlement to a refund or part refund where travel is taken in a class of accommodation lower than that permitted by the pass. Where a refund is permitted, a 15% cancellation fee will be charged in addition to an administrative charge, in all cases.

    If a pass has to be exchanged (for example if the validity date needs changing), this will be classed as a cancellation and return postage will be charged in addition to cancellation and administrative fees.

    Lost or Stolen Passes
    19. If your InterRail pass is lost or stolen, it cannot be re-issued or refunded. A refund may only be obtained if the pass is returned to the original point of sale before the first date of validity. A cancellation fee will be charged. It is recommended that you take out insurance to cover loss and theft.
    20. Should you lose or have your InterRail pass stolen while abroad this may be covered under your travel insurance policy, if you purchased one, subject to the terms of the policy.

    Booking Conditions
    21. Internet Bookings are subject to our Website Conditions of use and Booking Conditions
    22. The conditions of the Common International Tariff for the Transport of Passengers Section 1 (Volume 1) and its Special Appendices relating to sleeping accommodation and seat reservations apply, except insofar as they conflict with the above.

    Eligible Countries
    The eligible countries are:
    Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, FYR Macedonia, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Republic of), Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands (The), Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom (including Isle of Man and Channel Islands), Vatican City


    Participating Railways
    The railway undertakings participating in the InterRail pass are:

    BritRail / Great Britain Passenger Railways

    IE Irish Transport Company

    NSB Norwegian State Railways

    SJ Swedish State Railways

    VR Finnish Railways

    CFF/SBB Swiss Federal Railways

    BLS Bern-Lotschberg-SA (Swiss)

    FART Ferrovie Autolinee Regionall Ticinesi (Swiss)

    MOB Montreux Oberland Bernois (Swiss)

    RhB Rhatische Bahn (Swiss)

    SOB Sudostbahn (Swiss)

    SOB-bt Bodensee - Toggenburg - Bahn

    SSIF Societa Subalpina di Imprese Ferroviarie (Swiss)

    THURBO Mittlthrugau - Bahn

    DB German Rail

    DSB Danish State Railways

    OeBB Austrian Federal Railways

    CD Czech Railways

    HZ Croatian Railways

    MAV Hungarian State Railways

    PKP Polish State Railways

    ZSSK Slovak Republic Railways

    ZFBH/ZRS: Railways of Bosnia-Herzegovina *

    CFL Luxembourg National Railways

    NS Netherlands Railways

    SNCB Belgian National Railways

    SNCF French National Railways

    CP Portuguese Railways

    RENFE Spanish National Railways

    ATTICA Attica Group (Superfast Ferries - Blue Star Ferries) +

    OSE Hellenic Railways Organisation

    TRENITALIA Italian State Railways

    SZ Slovenian Railways

    TCDD Turkish Republic State Railways

    BDZ Bulgarian State Railways

    CFARYM Macedonian Railways

    CFR Romanian Railways

    ZS Serbian Railways

    ZCG Railways of Montenegro*

    + Sea Operators from Ancona and Bari to Igoumenitsa and Patras (between Italy and Greece)
    * Not participating in InterRail One Country Pass
    An Inter-Rail Global Pass includes ALL the participating railways as listed above.

    Reduction Percentages
    The reductions that apply to travel in the passholder's country of residence (for which the InterRail pass is not valid) are:

    COUNTRY

    Reduction percentage (%)

    Austria

    50%

    Belgium

    50%

    Bosnia-Herzegovina 

    30%

    Bulgaria

    50%

    Croatia

    50%

    Czech Republic

    no discount

    Denmark

    50%

    Finland

    50%

    France

    50%

    Germany

    25%

    Greece

    50%

    Hungary

    50%

    Republic of Ireland

    50%

    Italy

    depends on train*

    Luxembourg

    50%

    FYR Macedonia

    50%

    Montenegro

    50%

    Netherlands

    50%**

    Norway

    50%

    Poland

    no discount

    Portugal

    50%

    Romania

    no discount

    Serbia

    50%

    Slovakia

    50%

    Slovenia

    50%

    Spain

    35%

    Sweden

    50%

    Switzerland

    50%

    Turkey

    50%

    United Kingdom

    no discount

    * 50% discount on IC, ICN, EXP and EN regional trains. 30% discount on Frecciarossa and Frecciargento, Frecciabianca and ES trains.
    ** You can only get the discounted fare from NS International tickets desks. These are found at the bigger train stations, such as Amsterdam Centraal and Utrecht Centraal.

    ***Note the percentages set out in this table are subject to change at any time without notice.***

    What can be used as proof of citizenship?

    Citizenship can be proved using a valid passport or an ID card. An ID card in this case is classed as an ID document that allows you to travel across borders. Train staff have the right to check your nationality, so make sure you always have your passport or ID card with you. A driving licence is not accepted.

    What can be used as proof of residence?

    Residence can be proved using official government-issued residency papers. This must be a document that clearly shows that you are a resident of the country you live in (e.g. a residence card). Documents such as bills, rental contracts or bank statements cannot be used. Working visas and/or travel visas can also not be used as proof of residency. The residency field of a passport can also not be used as proof of residence.