3 Interrail tickets in a row ?

nell @ 26-02-2009 21:49

I'm hoping to go interrailing at the end of april and want to buy 3 of the 10 days within 22 days tickets. is this a good idea? and can i start using the next one straight after the previous one? if i get stuck because ive run out of travel days can i start using the next one even though the last one is still valid?
thanks!

SiDUDe @ 26-02-2009 23:27

umm im not sure what you mean - if you want to be away for 66 days and travelling on trains for 30 of them, of course!

If you want to travel for more than 10 days in 22, youd be better buying an unlimited ticket rather than 2 - im not even sure that you can buy 2 overlapping tickets. Peter?

Pete @ 27-02-2009 07:40

yes you can buy 2 overlapping tickets as they are not registered or something like this...
but like SiDUDe mentioned: better then 22 days in a row if I understood you right... 🙂
and yes you can buy 3 consecutive tickets to have a validity of 66 days with 30 days of travel.
have fun... 🙂


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