What does the Interrail 10 days in 22 days ticket mean?

jimmymac87 @ 13-06-2008 11:13

Sorry if this has been covered, or sounds a little dumb but;

Does the 10 days in 22 days ticket mean you can use the trains for 10 days or you can use it for 10 train journeys?

e.g. During one of those days, can I get 3 or 4 trains, and it still counts as one 1 day? Thanks

Pete @ 13-06-2008 11:20

The 10 days in the period of 22 days are:
- 10 FULL travel days from 0001h in the morning until 2359h at night.
- you can use as much trains as you want on such a travel day!

More information: https://rail.cc/en/interrail-global-pass

Special rule for night trains (save one travel day): https://rail.cc/en/interrail-night-train

Peter 🙂

jimmymac87 @ 13-06-2008 11:30

Thanks very much :P Couldn't of asked for a better answer!

belgarion @ 08-07-2008 20:44

Hey !
My question is : does someone control the utilisation of the pass ? The employees of the railway company can't know how the 10 in 22 pass work ! When you have a 22 days pass, I understand : you can read the first day of validity, and the last day, but in the 10 in 22 case, how do they do to know if you're ok or if you're cheating ??

Pete @ 09-07-2008 08:54

you have to fill in your pass during your travel the travel days... so they will see the dates.
if you sit in a train with a 10 out of 22 days interrail pass and did not filled in the travel day, it is the same as travelling without a ticket and you will have a problem. so: no chance to cheat. 😉

belgarion @ 09-07-2008 12:05

OK, but controllers can't know how this pass work with night trains for example... I used a 22 days pass last year, and sometimes, thez don't speak english, and they don't know the interrail pass ; they never asked us to pay, but they sometimes had doubts... This year, I want to buy a 10 in 22 pass but i'm afraid of controllers like that, who thinks that a night train counts for 2 days, for example !

Pete @ 09-07-2008 12:16

you are right ... often you meet controllers which don't know InterRail in detail. and for the rule of the night train: just do it the official way... and if they want to throw you out of the train, stay inside... until they call the police... it will be a nice adventure ...!! 😉
just joking a little bit ... but the rule for night trains is official - if they don't know it, it is not your problem !! 🙂
never get in panic - always enjoy the adventure !!
Peter 🙂

belgarion @ 09-07-2008 19:57

Lol it sounds like a good idea ; i'll try it 🙂


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