Why do certain countries have no trains on the schedule?

  • 26 March 2023
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I’m trying to travel through eastern Europe and have had trouble getting into and around Greece with interrail. There are no trains on the schedule from or to anywhere in Greece. Is this an error or is Greece no longer part of the interrail pass? 

Latvia also has the same problem which caused me to change my trip as I couldn’t get from Lithuania to Estonia.


Best answer by Angelo 26 March 2023, 18:07

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the railplanner app or Interrail/Eurail Websites are not up-to-date. Check on the website of the train company the trains.

Baltics all trains are missing, because the train companies there are not sending their data to the european timetable center. 

For Greece the timetable should be online. But keep in mind there are no international trains in Greece. Same in Baltic states, only a train between Poland and Lithuania with change at the border.


Also keep in mind that some timetables are not published in advance, but only some months before. When there are works also only some weeks before. Depends from train company to train company.