Global Pass country of residence

  • 28 April 2022
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With my global pass from my country of residence the outbound journey involves using two trains would each train be classed as a Journey meaning this would be 2 journeys  

rvdborgt 1 year ago

You can use as many trains as you like. You can effectively use 2 of your travel days in your country of residence.

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You can use as many trains as you like. You can effectively use 2 of your travel days in your country of residence.

Many thanks for your help and speedy response

Mike

IF your trip To LON and the (as its the only thing on rails that leaves the UK) €* are on SAME day it counts as 1 travelday-and you can even use that same day for as many onward connections as is possible. IF you stay overnight in LON and go onward tomorrow=then its obviously 2 traveldays. And in that case have to find another way in coming back at the end. But noone obliges you to also come back on those things on rails- a RYAN (or much better another cheapee in the air) is also OK

Many thanks for that and the the speedy response

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IF your trip To LON and the (as its the only thing on rails that leaves the UK) €* are on SAME day it counts as 1 travelday-and you can even use that same day for as many onward connections as is possible. IF you stay overnight in LON and go onward tomorrow=then its obviously 2 traveldays. And in that case have to find another way in coming back at the end. But noone obliges you to also come back on those things on rails- a RYAN (or much better another cheapee in the air) is also OK

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You can use as many trains as you like. You can effectively use 2 of your travel days in your country of residence.

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