Interrail: first timer

will21 @ 06-01-2009 13:25

Hi, I'm planning to take a trip in may/june time and I have a couple of questions.
At the moment i'm on erasmus in Nantes France and the trip i was thinking of taking was leaving here to marseille, going across to Italy visiting Rome and venice then into Germany going to Munich Breman and cologne and then onto amsterdam finising off in brussels so i can get the eurostar back to England. I've seen people with longer routes than this but i'm only planning on getting a 10 days travel in 22 day period ticket. Is this route too much for this type of ticket? i'm currently planning on going alone so was wondering if i'll be ok in these cities etc. If anyone has any general advice for me too that would be great!
will 🤣

Pete @ 06-01-2009 14:54

Hi Will.
you can do it... and it is much better to stay 2 or 3 days in a city... so it is not so stressful...!! 🙂

maybe have a look on the night train connections ... you will save time and there is a special rule for night trains leaving after 1900h in the evening: fill in the date of the next travel day and it counts as only ONE travel day...
read here for this rule:

for night trains here:

free connections with interrail:

step-by-step-guide for first time interrailers:

have fun, Peter 🙂

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