Two European countries have launched unlimited travel passes for 49 euros: What you need to know
Germany and Hungary have allowed the use of unlimited public transportation passes. They allow you to travel on buses, trains, and subways without having to pay separately each time.
To get this opportunity for a month, you need to pay 49 euros. According to Euronews, both residents and tourists can buy unlimited tickets.
Germany has introduced one common ticket that allows pass holders to travel on trains, buses, and subways throughout the country. Discounts are available for students.
You can purchase an unlimited monthly pass directly from Deutsche Bahn, the German state railway, or from local/regional transportation companies. The monthly subscription must be made online on the website, in the app, or at a service center.
As for Hungary, the Hungarian government has introduced two types of tickets: a national ticket for 49 euros and a county ticket for 25 euros. The first one allows you to travel for free within the country and the second one within one of the 19 counties.
There are 90% discounts for students travelling in Hungary. An electronic or paper public transport ticket can be purchased at more than 1,100 locations across the country, including MÁV-START ticket offices, vending machines and the MÁV app, Volánbusz ticket offices, onboard buses and GYSEV ticket offices.