Interrail: travel days for ferries ?

Emmeran @ 07-02-2009 10:55

Hi,
I'm wondering wheter I have to cross of one of my travel days from the interrail ticket if I use only for example the ferrie from venice to patras (which travels 26 hours).

If not, could I for example get off in Corfu, stay there for a day or two and then go on to patras with the next ferrie? Would that cost me twice the 26€ if it is in high season or would it be twice 13€ or something?

Thanks for your advice,
Emmeran

Pete @ 07-02-2009 11:29

hej ...
when travelling by ferry, you need one travel day.
on over-night-ferry-connections like the ferry Greece-Italy, either the departure day or the arrival day has to one of your InterRail travel days... not both!! 🙂
if you make a stop in-between and stay there for 3 days or something like this, you need two tickets. always keep in mind that free or discounted ferry connections are only a bonus - as InterRail is normally a train ticket.
have fun, Peter 🙂

Emmeran @ 07-02-2009 13:11

Thanks!


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