Wifi during InterRail in Spain

    Categories // Internet Wifi, Interest Tourist Places in Spain

    Are you travelling around Europe by train and planning on spending some days with theInterRail or EuroRailto discover Spain? We invite you to find out how to have internet connection through our wireless wifi for travelers and tourists during their stay in Spain. Stay connected to the internet in Spain and share this beautiful experience in your favorite social networks, communicate via whatsapp, enjoy Voip services such as Skype or Viber and check out relevant information during your InterRail in Spain.

    InterRail has celebrated its 41 birthday and since its beginning the number of followers is constantly increasing. Did you know that more than 8 million Europeans have gone across the continent by train? Now, it is your turn!


    If you have already planned your routeenlace
    and you have bought your pass to travel across Spain, we make available some ideas for your IterRail or EuroRail, so you will not miss any main attractions of Spain.

    rent mifi in spain and stay connected to internet

    Most “interrailers” in Spain prefer to visit the major cities and the ones that provide better train connections within their established routes. Madrid, Barcelona and Seville are a safe bet in order to enjoy this adventure; three completely different cities in which you will explore the essence and diversity of Spain. You can look up their tourism websites where you will become aware of all the necessary information regarding interesting places to visit, events, etc.


    Barcelona http://www.barcelonaturisme.com/English/enlace



    Moreover, with your InterRail pass in Spain you can choose interesting discounts in ferries to the Balearic Islands, Morocco, Italy or Sardinia, 50% discounts in several museums, hotels and buses. However, you will read nothing about the best way to stay connected to the internet.

    We present the cheapest way to have access the wifiinternet during your InterRail in Spain. AlldayInternetSpain is a wifi service for foreign tourists with which you will be able to stay connected to the internet 24/7; the most comfortable and cost-effective alternative. Will you enjoythis service in other visiting countries? We believe it will not be easy for you. Our Mifi can be used with up to 5 devices, so you can share connection with your laptop, iPhone, android, ipad, psp, eBook, or with your InterRail partners.

    Discover our service in the following video:



    The best aspect is the fact that we work closely together with the leading broadband provider in Spain, therefore you can benefit from coverage in 95% of Spanish territory, apart from having a fast and optimal wifi connection, disabling the roaming and avoiding expensive bills.

    InterRail is a special trip where you will meet people, unique places and you will want to share all of it. We encourage you to connect to the social networks of InterRail.eu: facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/interrailenlace Twitter: @InterRail, where you will come across useful tips and experiences of other travelers that could help you in your own trip.


    We also encourage you to share with us your InterRail or EuroRail trip in Spain. Use the hashtag #MyWifiAlldayInternetSpain along with your pictures and updates using your wifi connection. We will look for your comments and pictures in order to share them with other travelers in our social networks and they willget to know better this way of travelling around Spain. Surely they will also join the adventure!

    rent mifi in spain and stay connected to internet

    Have you got your backpack ready? What is the first thing you have put inside it? How do you expect to stay connected to the internet outside wifiareas like cafes or hostels? What are you going to do to have an always-on internet connection while in route?

    Don’t forget to book your wifienlace to share Spain with others during your trip! 

    Enjoy your InterRail!

    Published by:
    Julio R. Astarloa

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