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  • 1 August 2023
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Hi, meine Reise beginnt in Kamenz umstiege in Dresden, Graz und Steinach-irdning.

Leider findet Rail Planner nicht diese Verbindung.

Meine Frage: Muss ich meine Reise alle einzelnen Bahnhöfe und Zugverbindungen eingeben manuell, und für jede Zugverbindung einen Reisetag aufbrauchen? oder reicht einfach start Uhrzeit und Ankunftzeit?
Bzw, wenn ich ja umsteigen muss, gildet meine Fahrkarte für alle drei  Züge obwohl ich nur eine Zugnummer angegeben habe. Das habe ich gemacht, weil bei Manueller Eingabe ich nur eine Zugnummer eingeben konnte.
Reservierung habe ich für Dresden Graz und Graz  Steinach-Irdning
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Hi, my journey begins in Kamenz, change in Dresden, Graz and Steinach-irdning.

Unfortunately Rail Planner does not find this connection.

My question: Do I have to enter my trip all individual stations and train connections manually, and use up one travel day for each train connection? or is simply start time and arrival time enough?
Or, if I have to change trains, will my ticket be valid for all three trains even though I have only entered one train number. I did this because with manual entry I could only enter one train number.

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Best answer by rvdborgt 1 August 2023, 08:21

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Der Pass zählt Reisetage. An einem Reisetag kannst du so viele Züge benutzen wie du möchtest.

Man muss jeden Zug eintragen. Wenn du eine Verbindung nicht findest, schau dann, ob es App-Updates gibt. Wenn das nicht hilft, such dann die Züge einzeln.

Danke,

 

Hab jetzt einfach alle Verbindungen manuell eingegebn und meinen Pass für je weils euine Reise aktiviert, bisher sieht es so aus, dass es klappt. Danke.

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Am Besten sollst du die Reisen nicht im Voraus aktivieren. 

 

Here is some useful information from the experienced travellers in the Community regarding both planning, reservations and activation of pass and travel days. 

 Planning

The rail planner is normally not up to date, as it only is updated once a month, so to be sure of the time table you better check the timetable and availability on the websites of the national railways. The bigger national railways, like DB (Germany) SBB (Switzerland) and ÖBB (Austria) cover several countries. 

 Reservations 

The advice from the experienced travellers in the community is to use other ways to make reservations than the Interrail/Eurail website.  You can look at the guide in the link:

https://community.eurail.com/train-connections-reservations-47/how-to-get-reservations-105

If you, after having looked at the guide, have questions about how to make specific reservation, please give your travel details (departure date, time and route) preferably in a new topic, and you will get advice.

Please note that Interrail/Eurail charges an extra fee of 2 EUR per person and train in addition to the fee for the seat reservation.

 Activation of pass

During the activation process you choose the start day of the validity of the pass. Once the validity has started it can't be changed even if you haven't travelled. The advice is therefore to wait with activating the pass and starting the validity until the first day of your travel as you only can deactivate the pass no later than 23.59 CET on the day before the validity starts. If your travel plans change in the last moment you can't deactivate the pass and change the validity. 

It can be wise to make a test and activate the pass with a start date well in the future and then deactivate the pass immediately, just to see that everything works.

 Activation of travel day

The advice from the experienced travellers in the community is also never to activate a travel day, that is connect a journey to your pass and create the ticket (QR code), until just before boarding the train, otherwise you might loose a travel day if your travel plans change in a late stage  You can't delete a travel day in the past. A travel day can only be deleted until 23.59 CET the day before the travel day.

AnnaB   Danke jedoch verstehe ich Deine Aussage nicht.

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