Which one is true to express people who make Interrail travel?

One "l" or double "ll".

Also some of pages are typing as InterRaillers, interraillers. Should I start with upper case for both Interrail and Interraillers in the sentence?


Interraillers love travelling the Europe's hidden places.


-ail + -er = -ailer, with just one L; hence jailer, mailer, trailer, etc. So, it would be Interrailers.

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