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Hi all! First time Traveller from Australia 😊 currently making our way across Europe and we're in Berlin at the moment! I wanted to clarify something about this 22 day Eurail pass, but I think I may already know the answer... my friends and I purchased 22 days, but it's for 22 consecutive days, correct? My friends and I will be travelling across Europe for a month. I feel like I may have made a mistake in buying this ticket instead of a different one…We're hoping to visit several countries, but we don't really have a particular time/dates when visiting cities. We'll be going to Rome, Naples/Pompeii, Sevilla, Barcelona, Paris and then London where we fly out on the 31st of May. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!
Can i have 2 trains, one to munich, and then another to bologna on the same day, but book this as two trips?
I’m planning on going to bologna on monday. the suggested time in munich is too short, so i want to take one train to munich very early, and then take one from there to bologna. i have to create two trips for that, is that fine or would the first one ( hamburg-munich) already count as inbound ?
Because our mobile passes didn't work, we ordered the 9th of May paper passes. The 16th of May Eurail wrote us that they have send them and we could expect them before of on the 16th of May. The 17th we got a track and trace message that they would arrive the 17 th, between 10.00 and 13.30, later before 22.00 and at 18.00 that they didn't arrive anymore. So we waited all day for nothing.We had to watch track and trace: All the time now: Your parcel is not received or not sorted.Today I contacted Post.NL and now they write that it will be delivered by Extra@Home.Here we can't see again when it will be delivered.Takes it by everybody so much time to get the paper EUrail pass?Bianca
Hello, me and my friend thinking of buying a 7 days pass but we are stuck at something. I would be more than glad if somene would help us. We are planning to travel with night trains, the starting destination is poland because thats where we live and we are planning to travel to berlin from poland, then amsterdam, paris, madrid, rome, switzerland and going back to poland once again. When I add these on my plan on the website it says 8 days but we will be only travelling 7 days because of night trains. I am aware that I can seperate these travels but why does it say 8 instead of 7 days because from poland to berlin only one day is counted am i wrong? We are going to be travelling soon please help us. Does that mean that I have to take one of the destinations out?
I’m thinking of getting a 4 day interrail pass and go from Soderhamn (Sweden) to Copenhagen. This will be a 19.5 hrs trip (from 2pm-9.30 am the next morning) does this count as 1 or 2 travel days? I then want to go from Copenhagen to Oslo which is a 30-40 hour trip depending on what trains I take. By doing this, would I have gone over my 4 day pass?
Does anyone know which Eurail Planner App to download for some who is currently live in China, but not using iPhone?I understand that after you purchased Eurail Pass, you will receive the email with links to download the planner app. The options are: “App Store” (for iPhone), “Google Play” (for other phone than iPhone).However, for people live in China, but not using iPhone, what should they do? The can NOT access google in China.
Hi everyone, My boyfriend lives in a non-European country and I live in an European country. To my knowledge, if we would like to travel together by train, he has to get an Eurail pass and I have to get an Interrail pass, but the passes are essentially the same just a different name(?) However, I’m wondering if this will lead to any problems along the way, for example with making reservations. Do we both have to do that separately or is there a way we can still do it together? Or is it not really necessary to make bookings together anyway? I have tried looking for a similar questions but I didn’t manage to find it. But I’m sorry if this has already been asked before.Thanks in advance!
Hi Some questions about generating the ticket . I have added my journeys to the app. I understand I need to toggle the slider to the right of the journey when the time comes to create a ticket. I won’t do this until nearer the time of my journey as it is advised that if things change at the last minute the travel day would be lost. This does make me a little nervous, as I would rather have my tickets all ready in advance of travel especially as it is a Eurostar train early morning on which expensive seat reservations are booked, and I don’t want to miss it if there are any problems with the app that I’ve never used before. In this case, when do you recommend I create the ticket? As this is the first day of my travels I will be a leaving my home country. If for some reason i had to change my travel plans and travel a day later, but I had created tickets in advance, would the in/out day be lost or is is just a travel day that is lost? (As I won’t be using all 4 of my travel days,
Hey guys, does anyone know whether it is possible to use the inbound journey before the outbound journey (Mobile Pass)? Due to a quite complicated planning of my trip I’d like to use it vice versa since I will not return to my home country (Germany) and stay in Norway for a couple of months. The inbound journey would be used for a trip back to Germany from Italy before that. Can anyone help me pleaaase? Thanks a lot!
Hello, I`m traveling with my son and got to passes in my app. Our first travel day was canceled because of train delays caused by strike and we hade to fly to our destination. Now I got one used travelday on my trip but on on my sons trip in the app. Thats because I activated my trip and travelday before I discovered that the we couldn't travel with it, but not my sons pass, he's pass is still not used. Can this give me problem when we are going home by train? Summed up: I've got one used travel day and he's got non? (I've got 3 days left and he's got his four.) Grateful for help/Malin
I was ready to purchase my Eurail pass for my family when we travel to several European countries in July. When I looked at the price breakdown, it had a price for two adults (my husband and myself) and one youth (13 years old). Next to the child price (11 years old), it had $0. Great! However, when I added it to my cart, it said I was purchasing 3 Eurail passes—2 adults and one youth. My concern is that my 11 year old won’t have a pass, so therefore we’d have to purchase his train tickets separately. How will the ticket offices know that my 11 year old qualified under a free pass?
So I am planning a trip over 12 days. I plan to do a Round trip between Krakow and Auschwitz on the 16th and then take a night train to Prague (the same evening). Then I plan to take a train from Prague to vienna on the 20th, followed by a train from Vienna to Munich on the 22nd, then a night train from Munich to Paris on the 25th. I currently have a 5-day in a month pass to be safe but I am wondering if I should get a 4, especially because the train to Prague was initially going to be the next day. The money saved would be very nice (I bought the 5-day when it was $310 back in February).Also, unrelated to the original but the Train between Krakow and Prague has some disruption to the line. My Chzech knowledge is nonexistant and I cannot tell if the disruption will affect the scheduled night train.Thanks!
HelloI bought an Eurail Pass that can be used seven days a month. I'm going on a trip in July, and I set the starting date as the travel date. By the way, can I press the yellow QR code-shaped activation button on My Trip now? It doesn't count as a month from now on, does it?
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