I'm a first time interrailer and had my first trip (from germany to the uk and back) all planned out when I ran into problems for my trip back due to the announced strikes in great britain.
My intended itinerary had me taking a train from Leeds to London on the morning of the 30.3. and then the Eurostar to Paris at 17:31. Since this late train would make getting all the way home quite tight and depending on a lot of connections, so I opted for staying the night in Paris and taking the TGV to Freiburg at 17:25 on the 31.3.
I'm travelling with a global pass and have already reserved the Eurostar as well as the TGV.
With the now announced strikes I'm unsure how to proceed, as at the moment it looks like there will be a high possibility of no train running on the 30st from Leeds to London (there is no strike timetable yet) so I have no possibility of getting to London in time to get the Eurostar.
What possibilities do I have here?
I'd rebook to an Eurostar on the 31st, but there are absolutely no passholder seats left, so I'd also have to reschedule the TGV because I won't be able to reach it.
I had considered extending my stay in Leeds, but from what I gathered reading through this forum, changing bookings in advance it rather unadvisable?
If you need any additional information, I'd be happy to provide them.
Thanks in advance *leaves cookies*
Best answer by rvdborgtView original