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Stefanie9120
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Posted 1 year ago

Hej.
Jeg vil gerne på Interrail her til sommer, og vil gerne til Wien, Rom, Kroation og så hjem igen.
Jeg har kigget på togbilletter, og har set af fra Rom og der jeg vil til i Kroatien tager 25t, og fra Kroatien til DK tager over 30t. Vil dette så betyde at jeg ikke kan vælge Interrail da det burde være indenfor 24t ens rejse?

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argon
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replied 1 year ago

It is better to make the trip via Rom and then via Vienna because from Vienna goes a EC direct to Zagreb Glavni kolodvor , from Kopenhagen you can take the IC 399 at 23:57 to Hamburg and than you take the a ICE 93 to Vienna from there use NightJet 40233 until Bologna Centrale and from there a regional train to Roma , backward you make it the same way , from Vienna you take the EN 1153 or EC 159 (from 15:58 to

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argon
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replied 1 year ago

22:25 ) , to Zagreb , backward you take the same train (EN 1152 or EC 158 ) , then you can take the EN 490 from 19:35 to 08:45 , leave the train in Hamburg and then you can take IC 1196 direct to CPH , please note that you must have a reservation for Nighttrains and trains in Denmark .

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MisterSteve
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replied 1 year ago

One Interrail day is 00:00 to 23:59 except when using a direct night train, in that case the departure "day" continues until you get off that train -unless the departure day was the last valid day of the pass.