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Cnsecutive or independent travel days

  • 24 May 2022
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When I buy a one country pass (for Germany) without a set time period of one or two months, do I have to use all of my travel days in one row or can I use them independantly? 

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Best answer by AnnaB 24 May 2022, 22:46

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thanks guys I just really wanted to not have any doubts ;-)

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the ones with the green calendar: can you use their travel days independently?

 

No, consecutive. Like in the green picture. 

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The pass for Germany is available with consecutive days and X days in 1 month:

https://www.interrail.eu/en/interrail-passes/german-rail-pass

What about the options where you just purchase any amount of travel days without a given time period to use them- the ones with the green calendar: can you use their travel days independently? 

(By the way: the website is in Dutch. ;-)

 

 

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If you are going to Germany this summer you might be interested in the 9 EUR ticket. It is not valid on ICE, IC or night trains, but on regional trains and on public transportation.

https://www.bahn.com/en/offers/regional/9-euro-ticket-en

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If you buy a 1,2 or 3 month pass, those are continuous passes and all travel days are in a row.

If you activate a one month pass on the 5th of June it is valid until the 4th of July.

If you buy a flexi pass, like 5 days in a month, you can use the travel days anytime during the month of activation.

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