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In Ticket to Ride: Europe
Can I build multiple consecutive stations on my opponent's route?
In other words, can my two stations connect to each other?

An example, to make it more clear.
Paris to Edinburgh
I have a route to Amsterdam, but from there to London and to Edinburgh my opponent
(2 players only) built a route.
Can I put a station on Amsterdam and one on London to connect to Edinburgh?

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Yes, you may use multiple borrowed routes to complete a destination ticket. There is simply no limit in the rules.

  • Can you add a source to this, please? – Mcload Dec 19 '19 at 9:20
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    You're asking me to prove that there is no limit in the rules. I can't prove that something doesn't exist. I can't give a source because the rules don't say "there is no limit". They simply don't mention a limit. All they say is that a station allows you use to borrow a route to complete tickets. – ikegami Dec 19 '19 at 16:12
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    The official digital version doesn't impose any limit. – ikegami Dec 19 '19 at 16:13
  • Thank you for your time and answer, and for the additional explanation too. – Mcload Dec 19 '19 at 16:28
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The rules do not state that you cannot use more than one station claimed route to complete a ticket. Therefore, you may use more than one station claimed route to complete a ticket.

This will require two stations. Each station can only claim the use of a single route.

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