We’ll be traveling next week to the UK from the Netherlands, by Ferry. The itinerary will be first from our home in NL to IJmuiden, take the ferry to Newcastle, and in the UK, travel to Inverness, Edinburgh, and then back to Newcastle to take the ferry back to IJmuiden and then lastly, take the train home.
Thus, there are 5 travel days, of which 2 are in our home country. If I understood correctly, this means we can suffice with a 4 day Global Interrail Pass, is this correct? (unfortunately, a 3 day pass does not exist).
Alternatively, could we also suffice with a UK pass? Or do these not allow for deduction of outbound/inbound travels?
Many thanks already for your reply!
Best answer by mcadvView original