missblizard @ 06-11-2008 13:28

I'm french and my country of residence is the France. I would take a nigth train from Paris to Roma. Can I pay just 25 euro (interrail price) or can I pay 50% the part in France and the special interrail price in Italia?


Pete @ 06-11-2008 13:39

hej hej ...
bad news for you... the rule of the country of residence is really not nice ... especially when living in a big country like France, Italy, Spain, the UK or like me in Germany. you always have to pay extra... so for you: you have to go to a station and buy there a normal train ticket from Paris to the Italian border (normally it is Ventimiglia). on this ticket you get a reduction of 50% (tell that you travel by InterRail). then you have to pay the supplement for a couchette of 25 EUR : https://rail.cc/en/train/paris-to-rome
this supplement is then valid for France AND Italy... nothing extra...
I hope this answer will help you... and sorry for this rule... I can't change it... 😢
bon voyage, Peter 🙂

p.s.: here is the background why the rule for the country of residence exists: https://rail.cc/en/country-of-residence/f947

missblizard @ 12-11-2008 09:36

I want to say **** .
Thanks for the answer.

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