I am hoping to book an Interrail trip next year, and wanted to clarify a few things. My rough itinerary is as follows:
Day 1: York-London St Pancras
London St Pancras-Vienna (depart early morning from London, arrive late evening Vienna)
Days 2 and 3 spend in Vienna, depart late evening Day 3 (catch the sleeper train to Berlin)
Day 4 and 5: Berlin
Day 6: Berlin-London St Pancras-York
I first of all wanted to enquire to the type of pass I might need, as although I will be travelling for 6 days total, I will not actually be on board trains for all of those days?
I will also be on board a sleeper train for one of those days, will this mean using two days of travel, or just the one day from when I board the train?
Does the Interrail pass cover journeys within my host country (ie York to London), or will I have to purchase a return journey for this in conjunction with my Interrail pass? And if the Interrail pass does cover host country use, will I only need to use a single day for my journeys from York-Vienna, and Berlin to York (ie two days use)?
Many thanks in advance for all your help!
Best answer by Al_GView original