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As Interrail is ment for travellers going sightseeing or on vacation, the country of recidency is probably the one from where you start your trip (and where your trip ends). This should be the couyntry where you buy the ticket. For this country you should keep a proof of residency with you. If the rules didn't change in the last few years, you have to write ...


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When they have an UK passport, that will be enough for the 'residence' requirement. Officially you can only buy an InterRail pass in the country you live, but if they are from one of the countries where the residents/citizens can buy an InterRail pass, they should bring their passport or ID card and if possible something that proofs that they live in the ...



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