"Chèque vacances" and Interrail card

volty @ 28-04-2008 10:36

Hi,

In France we have some special tickets named Chèque Vacances to buy anything related to tourism, including train journeys. Do you know if I can biu Interrail card via SNCF (french train company) and buy Interrail card with those Chèques ?

I tried to ask them but they did not answer for the moment, and I'm in a hurry to take my tickets?

Moreover, is a one month interrail card starting the first day we take a train in a foreign, or is it obliged to go from 1st to 30th of the month?

Thanks for your answers 🙂

admin @ 28-04-2008 11:29

Hi
The ticket lasts one month from the date that you want it to start. So you can have a ticket which becomes valid on 15th July, or any other date, if you wish.
Sorry, I don't know about Chèque Vacances. Bon chance et bonne journee.
iaink

Pete @ 29-04-2008 11:29

hi ...

I don't think so that you get a reduction with the Chèque vacances, as the InterRail ticket is an European ticket organized by a company in the Netherlands...

but let us know what SNCF says... 🙂

all the best,
Peter
🙂

Nico @ 29-04-2008 21:59

Hello,

Do you know if I can biu Interrail card via SNCF (french train company) and buy Interrail card with those Chèques ?


Since SNCF accepts the Chèques Vacances, you may buy an Interrail with it, it should work fine !

Nico.


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