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Oszi-Batyam
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Posted 6 months ago

Hi,
So I was thinking about circumventing the ban on travelling in your own country by booking a ticket that goes from one foreign country to another that would go through my country and then only travel the part inside my country (So for example booking a ticket from the Netherlands to Poland if i want to travel from western Germany to eastern Germany, with my home country being Germany. Does somebody know if it is forbidden to do that?

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Arend7
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replied 6 months ago

That is allowed at 2 days. You can travel free to and from the border. That's not circumventing, that's normal. Only outside these 2 days it's not allowed.

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Flo
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replied 6 months ago

Hi!

I dont quite get the question?
If you want to travel within Germany from A to B why not simply book a ticket for that route from DB?

If you would want to go from ie Poland to Netherlands through Germany (your home country) you could of course also book regular tickets through Germany and use Interrail before and afterwards.

Flo