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solomolo
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Posted 5 months ago

I live in Turkey I am planning to go with plane in Europe then travel a while, then return Turkey with plane. My question is what exactly is Inbound and Outbound journey and am I using these?

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Arend7
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replied 5 months ago

If you travel with Interrail you are not allowed to use it in your own country. With 2 exceptions. To go from your house to a foreign country (outbound) and to come back from another country to your house (inbound). In practice it means that on 2 days during the duration of the pass you are allowed to travel in your own country. So when you go abroad and back with plane you don't using it.

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Arend7
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replied 5 months ago

Supplemental: you can use it in Turkey from your house to and from the airport But it than counts as a travel day.

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MisterSteve
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replied 5 months ago

Correct. You have to decide whether using the first day to reach the airport plus onward travel after the plane lands is really worth using the pass. These two days allow travel in home country (as well as everywhere else) but are still part of the number of days of the pass not bonus days.