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This might be a silly question, but I can't find the answer in the FAQs and nobody else seems to have even thought to ask.Can I use the Eurail global pass to just travel back and forth between two stations for no reason? Like can I board the train from Berlin to hamburg, get off, then immediately get back on Hamburg to Berlin, multiple times a day?
My husband and I ( 72 year old active seniors) will be traveling to Europe in April-May 2023 and are getting overwhelmed as to what the best pass should be for us. Our itinerary is as follows:Paris- 10 days no train pass needed in the cityParis to Mont St. Michel -- 2 nights Mont St. Michel (Paris) to Bern. I know we will have to get back to Paris for this leg.Bern to Interlaken. We will be spending 3 days in Bern and then 5 days in Interlaken and want to possibly travel to Gimmelwald, Wengen ,Jungfrau, Lauterbrunnen, and Murren. Interlaken to Varenna, Italy- spend 5 days in Varenna Varenna to Bologna - 2 days in Bologna We are then going to a concert in Ferrara Italy and will return to Bologna after the concert. Bologna to Milan - 3 days in Milan Home to USA We are looking into the Eurail Global Pass for seniors and the Swiss Pass. Would like to have the security of reserving ahead and selecting our seats as well. We know there are some limitations to the Eurail Pass in
Can someone clarify something basic for me please? I can’t figure it out myself and at the moment my pass and plans are messed up enough as it stands.I have a 3 month global pass. My intention is to start traveling on April 1st and finish 3 months later at the end of June or start of July.During that time I will be making several distinct journeys - for example, to see the tulips in April, to see the midnight sun in June, bank holiday weekend in May.Am I able to create several trips - say “Tulips”, “Solstice”, “Weekend”?Or is it just that a trip is the record of all journeys undertaken during the entire 3 months and there can only ever be 1 trip for 1 pass?Thanks,David
Hi there,I booked 3 month passes for two people last year when they were discounted for the Interrail anniversary and am now planning on using it.I’m very, very confused though. I created a trip in the web application at interrail.eu (called “My interrail trip”) and added myself and another person to it. But I don’t see this on the phone app, even though the pass has been added and activated on the phone.I created a trip (“Summer”) on my phone app and added myself and the other person as travelers there, but the other person can’t see the trip details on their phone and I can’t see it on the web app even though I created it.All I’m trying to do is start our 3 months on a known day and where necessary reserve seats for various journeys over the 3 month period. I gather from other posts that reserving through this site can be a bit hit and miss and will be using some train operators sites directly for that. What is the minimum I need to do in order to make sure that when we turn up o
Always wondered that about the accounting of Interrail. As I understand, Interrail has to pay a discounted price per journey for every journey a customer takes. This makes me wonder, if someone is taking too many journey, can Interrail lose money on them?
Hey, ich wollt eigentlich zwischen Mai und Juni mit einem normalen Interrail Pass eine Italienreise machen und Ende Juni eine Osteuropareise mit meinem DiscoverEU Pass. Leider habe ich am 31. Mai einen Pflichttermin in meiner Heimatstadt, weswegen ich vom 19-30. Mai den ersten und vom 2. Juni bis 9. Juni den zweiten Teil meiner Italienreise machen will, das heißt ich bräuchte insgesamt 4 Tage für An- und Abreise. Da die regulären Zugtickets nach Osteuropa deutlich günstiger als die nach Italien sind, würde ich gerne meinen An- und Abreisetag vom DiscoverEU Pass für den zweiten Teil meiner Italienreise verwenden. Ist das möglich? Kann ich gleichzeitig einen DiscoverEU und einen Interrailpass in Betrieb haben? Danke!
Hi allThis is our first Overseas Trip in June - July 2023 and I’m trying really hard to navigate the Eurail and know whether we are better with a pass or individual trips and which ones need to be booked in advance.We have a couple of days in London Then will be on the train from Edinburgh to ParisThen train Paris to ZurichThen train Zurich to ComoThen train Como to FlorenceThen train Florence to Rome. Any help and guidance would be very much appreciated.Thank you!
Hallo, ich habe eine Frage zu den Fahrten im Heimatland:In meiner groben Planung würde ich meine Reise in Bielefeld starten und nach Zürich fahren, müsste jedoch in Köln und Frankfurt umsteigen, bevor ich in der Schweiz ankomme.Zum Ende der Reise würde ich von Prag aus nach Bielefeld aufbrechen, was aber einen Umstieg in Berlin zur Folge hätte.Ist dies soweit möglich? Ich wäre ja nur an zwei Reisetagen in meinem Heimatland Deutschland unterwegs, aus den Erklärungen auf der Homepage werde ich aber nicht ganz schlau, ob Umstiege auf dem “Hinweg” und “Rückweg” erlaubt sind. Danke und L.G.Nico
Hello, I am trying to add my interrail pass on the gsm application. And an error message appears "update the app to continue". I reinstalled the application 3 times, checked if there were any new updates and I found that the last update had been installed. especially since my phone is less than a month old, so there is no problem on this side. I don't understand and I would love to be able to install my pass on my phone. could you please help me?thank you and have a nice day
Hello,me and my friends from Germany are planning to buy an interrail Ticket to travel through Europe. Am i understanding correctly that we are only allowed to drive one time out of Germany (our country of residence) and then back to germany at the time our Trip ends? If that is the case: Are we allowed to drive multiple times through Germany but only in Order to arrive to another locations? Germany is really central in Europe and in Order to get to some citys we have to drive through Germany again. I hope someone here can help us. Thank you for reading.
Hi,I went through lot of articles on rail pass and comparisons. However I am still confused on whether a Eurail pass, swiss travel pass, saver pass, Italy pass etc. would be better or combinations of any of these or other passes you think is best for my travel (Paris, Switzerland, Italy, Greece). Below is my tentative itinerary. I am also looking for internal travels in all these locations Would greatly appreciate your help and advice with this.Questions:Does Eurail global pass 15/22 days make sense for my trip? Does Eurail global pass cover internal travel within these cities like Paris, Zurich, Milan, Venice (boats/gondolas), Florence, Rome, etc? Train, buses, trams? How frequently we use trams, buses, boats in these cities to be used for major attractions sight seeing? Like I know that for Venice, its all through boats. But how about Paris, Milan, Rome, Zurich, etc? Does Greece even have train connectivity? What's the best mode of transport in Greece? Is it more cheaper to rent a ca
Hi,its a shame that interrail doesnt have a real support, just a bot which isnt really working for me, so here we go with my questions:I have a 1 month interrail pass with 4 trips (incl. 2 home country days)Berlin → Zermatt (Mo, 23.01.2023) Zermatt → Berlin (Fr, 27.01.) Berlin (or Hamburg, not sure yet) → Bordeaux (09.02.) Bordeaux → Berlin (14.02.)How can i use this pass in the best way?Like i was planning it right now its not possible, because i have 4 home country ride, correct?What do i do with the bordeaux rides? book a normal ticket for the DB from what station or until what station? Looking forward to hear from you and thank you for your help
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