What type of Pass


I plan to take the train 9 times (on a 18 days trip) but I’ve seen that for 3 times I’ll have to pay my seat. Consequently, should I buy a Pass for 7 or 10 days ?

Thank you :)


Best answer by thibcabe 10 May 2023, 00:50

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Tu dois utiliser un jour de ton pass pour chaque train que tu prends, qu'il demande une réservation ou non. Pendant un jour d'utilisation, tu peux prendre autant de trains que tu veux, tant que tu montes dans le dernier avant 23h59 (cela fonctionne également pour les trains de nuit qui arrivent le lendemain matin)

Si jamais voici quelques conseils pour les réservations de siège :

Il vaut mieux éviter parce qu'ils ajoutent 2€ de frais par train par personne et parce que les réservations facultatives (mais recommendées pour un long trajet) coûtent plus cher qu'ailleurs par exemple.

Si tu as des questions, n'hésite pas.

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Hey, would be useful if you let us know about your approximate route, then there should be better advice.


Off-topic: What’s the point if someone asks a question in English to respond in her/his native language? This is also a knowledge base. So IMO would be better to respond in English, so that also non French/Italian/Spanish etc. speakers would understand it without using a translator.

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@MartinM Frankly I didn't think that much. OP lives in France, French is my mother tongue too so I thought it would be the best and easiest way for both to use it

Yes it is a knowledge base I agree but pretty much everything I've written is already available in multiple places on the forum or on Interrail FAQ

I'll try to use English next time unless OP has written their post in French