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How would you interpret his Available for 3 to 10 days

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Available for 3 to 10 days of travel within a 2-month period.

Would you mean you could use it 3 days like the 10, 16, 20 of the June ... or June 20-23. This is for the EURAIL.

Confusing to me.

thanks
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Bizhelp replied 6 years ago.

Hello,

 

Thanks for your question.

 

A day on a Eurail pass is usually one 24 hour period. Travel starting within that 24 hour period uses up 1 day on a Eurail pass. 3 days on a Eurail pass means three 24 hour travel periods starting at 12am, not three train trips. If you choose a pass with 3 flexible travel days over two months, you can use those 3 days at any time within those two months. If you like, you can travel to as many places as possible in one 24 hour period. A 24 hour period on a Eurail pass generally starts at 12am and ends at 11:59pm the same day.

 

So you could use it for like June 10, 16 & 20. Or you could use it June 20-22. June 23 would be considered a 4th day.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Customer: replied 6 years ago.
thanks so much for your help- would you know that the price for both the flexi and the straight days are the same. When would we inform EURAIL which option we would want.

Thanks- if you don;t know the answer to this that fine you previous answer is of great he

Thanks again
Expert:  Bizhelp replied 6 years ago.

The straight (continuous) days option are only available on the Select or Global Eurail passes which you would buy if you are planning to travel within 3 countries or more. The continuous option is cheaper on these passes and it is a good option if you plan to travel almost every day. The regional and 1 country passes only have the flexi days option but you can pick consecutive days if you wish. For more info, see http://www.eurail.com/eurail-find-the-best-pass

 

 

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