I'm not satisfied with the explanation of "travel day" in the interrail website and even in other YouTube tutorials. So I wanna really understand the logic of it with details.
I always imagined like this: Let’s say I have a 7 days pass and I went from Estonia to Germany, and let’s say it lasted 10 hours in the train. I’m imagining like 6 days 14 hours left for me to travel.
But as much as I research, I’m encountering some things which are confusing me more, even in the interrail’s website itself says like this: “For instance, you can use 1 travel day to get from London to Paris and another travel day to go from Paris to Amsterdam.” But going from London to Paris, and Paris to Amsterdam, all can be done in one day. Even we can go more destinations if we want.
From London to Paris, it says 2hrs 16mins.
From Paris to Amsterdam, it says 3 hrs 31 mins.
So in total, it’s just 5 hrs 47 mins. How it can cost 2 travel days then?
Somebody please tell me this thing with all details, for I’m perfectionist and I wanna know everything about this. Unless I can’t get the logic, I will not satisfy and also I will not be able to start to plan my journey according to it.
Also the interrail itself should be more sharp and explanatory in their descriptions, I’m sure they lost a lot of customers like this with this kinda insufficient explanations.
Best answer by AnnaBView original