Interrail - HELP ! HELP !

ells @ 24-02-2009 03:07

I was thinking of doing an InterRail in the summer of 2010, and i was thinking ti visit Austria - Hugary - Slovakia - Poland - Lithuania. I would be leaving Lisbon (Portugal).

First question is:
.should a 22 day's ticket be advised to buy?

.leaving portugal to austria, should i get a plane?

.then, with this ticket, imagine i want to go from austria to hungary, i just get into a train without saying anything at the place where you buy the tickets?

.how do i validate my interrail card, so that i know i can't use it no more?

i really hope to get the answers, because as you can see i'm a real begginer, but just imagining i could visit this countries at this price is just ... 🤣

Greetings, Daniel

Pete @ 24-02-2009 16:39

hi ...
1) if you fly back by plane, a 22 days ticket will fit your needs.
2) it is a long travel... if you do not want to visit any places on this route, take a plane.
3) if you do not need a supplement, just sit into the train and that's it. supplements if needed are listed here:
https://rail.cc/en/interrail-train-reservation
4) you do not validate your interrail ticket. if it is a global pass, the start and the end date your ticket is valid is printed on the ticket. if you have a flexible pass with 10 days within 22, just write the travel day (date) in it, that's it.
all the best, Peter 🙂


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