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  • 5 July 2023
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Hi everyone, we would to go to Paris this summer by train and go around the north of France. We saw that from Lille to Strasburg we need two trains to arrive at the destination. Are we wondering with a global pass with 5 days within one month when we’ll move from Lille to Strasburg and we need to change trains we don’t have a problem if a change trains on the same day, right?

With the global pass,  can we move to a different town not only in one, is right?

We need to consider the day and not change trains.

For you, is simple to check a reservation on the train to France in August? 

Thanks

 

 

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Best answer by BrendanDB 5 July 2023, 11:25

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With a global pass, you can take 95% of all trains in all of Europe.

On a valid travel day (one of your five), you can use as many trains as you want. If it’s only 1 or 20, doesn’t matter. As long as you register them as a journey in the app.

Check (and make) your seat reservations for domestic trains in France here:

https://travel.b-europe.com/Eurail-GE/en/booking-tgv#TravelWish

For which you need a pass cover number:

Btw: There are some direct TGVs Lille-Strasbourg.

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You can take as many trains as you'd like on a pass day.

There are 2-3 daily direct TGVs between Lille and Strasbourg avoiding Paris. Otherwise it's a relatively easy transfer between Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est (8-10 min walk).

Check availability here : https://travel.b-europe.com/Eurail-GE/en/booking-tgv#TravelWish

Book well in advance as TGVs are popular, especially those heading south and to Strasbourg/Germany

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