my partner and I would like to travel with Interrail, but we have different nationalities (French and German, respectively). For this reason, I would like to understand better what 'travelling in your home country' means so we can plan our route.
Suppose we take a train from, say, Gèneve (Switzerland) to Barcelona (Spain). This is doable in a single day, with at least one change of trains in e.g. Lyon (France).
1) Does this count as 'travelling in my home country', or is transit permissible?
2) If it does, does it count as an inbound AND an outbound journey?
3) (Assuming it does count) If there was a direct train instead, would this count, too?
It would be great if someone could help clarify this.
Best answer by rvdborgtView original