The Interrail Greek Island Pass is a product of the train services of Greece in cooperation with the Attica Group ferries, which gives tourists of this wonderful country the chance to travel via ferry to 27 Greek islands, and many more using the 30% discount on other islands in the Aegean sea. This allows travelers to cheaply access the beautiful Greek isles at respectable prices.
According to the news, the Islands travelers can choose from are as follows; Anafi, Amorgos, Astypalaia, Chios, Crete, Donoussa, Ios, Iraklia, Kalmnos, Kastellorizo, Kos, Koufonissi, Leros, Lesvos (Mytilene) Lipsi, Mykonos, Naxos, Nisyros, Patmos, Paros, Rhodes, Santorini, Schinoussa, Symi, Syros, Tilos and Tinos. Now Imagine having to pay individual prices to visit each of the islands, it would be a king’s ransom. But now you have the opportunity to visit all of them for cheap and affordable prices.
That is not all, if you should buy this pass, it also allows you two international ferry passages, via Superfast Ferries, from three ports in Italy; Ancona, Bari, and Venice. From Greece as well: Corfu, Patras, and Igoumenitsa. In support of the tourists this season, the holders of these passes are offered train and bus connections from Patras to Piraeus at any time during their travels. 4 islands, train and bus connections, 27 optional destinations, for cheap and affordable prices. Clearly, the possibilities are endless given the reach across Europe for both these transport companies.
For First class travel, the pass costs $ 214.50, and second class prices from $ 102 to $177. For those under the age of 25, first class costs $ 185 to $211, with second class between $140-$160. On top of that, children under 11 years old travel for free.
In conclusion, if you wish to see Greece and all its splendor, do so without spending too much on ferries. Take this deal and run with it, its a real bang for your buck.