I wanted to travel first from my home country Germany to Sweden and using the outbound journey day for this. Afterwards I wanted to use the inbound journey day to pass with the night train through Germany to Austria and then continue on south. Afterwards I wanted to drive home to Germany using regular tickets.
But the Interrail Info about passing through your home country says:
“Keep in mind that when you want to travel from one country to another, and you have to travel through your country of residence, the app wil apply both the inbound and the outbound journey to this trip. “
Does this mean that I need to spend both the inbound and the outbound journey day to pass through my home country, although this only ‘costs’ one travels day?
And a second question: When I return from Sweden using the over night ferry Goteborg - Kiel (Kiel is in Northern Germany), do I have to spend one of the two outbound/inbound days to arrive at Kiel? Or can I stay two days in Kiel and then start the inbound journey (either to go home or to pass through Germany to Austria as described above).
Thank you very much!
Best answer by MartinMView original