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Is this journey using 2 travel days because of the connection?

  • 20 October 2022
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Hi everyone, I'm planning to go from Berlin to Copenhagen and this night train seems very convenient but I don't understand if that'd use one or two travel days? I'd get in the night train on the 30th, arrive on the 31st in Denmark and then would have to take a connection on the 31st, would that be one or two travel days?

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Best answer by rvdborgt 20 October 2022, 15:51

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Yes, this journey will use 2 travel days if you have a flexi pass as you change trains in Hoeje. But you can buy a normal ticket from Hoeje to Copenhagen and save a travel day (for a flexi pass).

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That night train would use 1 travel day but the second train would use another travel day:

https://www.interrail.eu/en/support/interested-in-interrailing/what-is-a-travel-day

Once you board a train on another date, you'll need a new travel day. Or you buy a separate ticket e.g. for this short journey.

Berlin - Høje-Taastrup on that day is sold out, according to https://www.snalltaget.se/en

There is still availability for Berlin - Malmö.

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IF you want to discover K/obenhavn that day, then youre better off buying a local 24-hr ticket for the city, incl all transit. That is only a little more as 2 singles in the city. Strange that they claim to have no space to Taastrup but yes to Malmö-just 40 Km onward via the tunnelbridge and salt+pepper islands

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