I am a citizen of a non-European country
I have been living in Germany for less than 6 months
My residence permit is not a plastic card, but a long term visa stamp in my passport
Should i get the Eurail or interrail pass?
Best answer by rvdborgtView original
There's no rule that you have live at least 6 months somewhere to qualify for Interrail or Eurail.
The question is whether a visa is a residency permit and I'm inclined to say it isn't.
Anyway, a Eurail pass is more advantageous, since you can travel in Germany with it on more than 2 travel days.