From early next year, people turning eighteen will be able to apply for a free Inter-rail ticket.
The European Parliament is opening the scheme up on a trial basis with 20 thousand free tickets on offer.
Politicians are still working though how the scheme will work, exactly when it will start and how the tickets will be shared between EU member states.
Dublin MEP Brian Hayes believes it'll give all young people the chance to travel around Europe.
As well as promoting tourism and enhancing social cohesion, he believes it will "also allow young people learn about other countries, make new friends and discover new opportunities".
“Europe needs to reach out to a younger generation. We need to move on from the failure of Brexit. We need to invite young people to travel across Europe – their European Union and experience the idea of unity through diversity", he said.
It's not yet known when the application process will be opened up to people to apply for tickets for the 18th birthday.