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can
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Posted 3 months ago

I have a son, named Baran who is 19 years old and he will enter a pause of his highschool education during between Jan.22 and Feb.5. He want to take a trip to Europe this time by the train with ─░nterrail. the question is what kind of ticket is needed for this; interrail or Eurorail?

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seve98
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replied 3 months ago

Hey can,
Interrail and Eurail passes do not really differ itself. If you buy it online or on the website it automatically will give you the right pass.

Interrail is for mostly european citizen which live within a country an interrail pass is valid in (and therefore are not allowed to travel within the country they live in). A Eurail pass are for people abroad (Asia/South America/Africa/North America etc). But the conditions are almost same. Check out the passes and conditions under www.interrail.eu

Hope that helps.

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can
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replied 3 months ago

Many thanks

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MisterSteve
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replied 3 months ago

That's a short window of time so the answer may be neither. These passes are only useful and value if you do a lot of miles, for a short visit with just a couple of sample train rides ordinary tickets bought online in advance will be cheaper. Especially for France, Spain and Italy where the reservation surcharges are compulsory and signficant. Also those dates are miserable in terms of weather.

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can
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replied 3 months ago

Many thanks to you