Since driving is so overrated, ditch the wheel and instead see Europe by train. Rather than worrying about getting lost or parking, you can experience those romantic notions of a journey by railway – think the Hogwarts Express, not Strangers on a Train – with a single ticket that works at nearly all European stations. So many cities are accessible by train, but travelers tend to gravitate toward the major European capitals like London and Paris. If you’re looking for something a little off the beaten path – or track, if you will – consider adding a few of these smaller cities to your interrailing itinerary.
San Sebastián– Spain
San Sebastián is coastal town with a relaxed resort feel. Step off the train and into this Bay of Biscay spot full of idyllic beaches, seaside bars, and unforgettable architecture.