Please help ASAP
I got following trips planned. According to the euro rail none of these trips require a reservation. However reading lot of reviews online suggest that perhaps information within the euro rail about whether reservation is required cant be trusted.
I also read that even if you dont need a reservation its really hard to get into the trains without reservations and at times you get into trouble with ticket inspectors even if you have a euro rail pass as they dont understand this pass.
My group consist of 4 adults and a child (6ys old)
5/10/22 : Frankfurt airport (leaving at 9.30 am) to Amsterdam Central and then to Zaandam
7/10/22 : Amsterdam Central (leaving at 9.30 am) to
Euro rail says that reservations are not required for these trains . is this correct ?Is there a another way for me to check this before buying the pass ?
Euro rial says that reservations are required for following trains
8/10/22 : Brussels Nord (leaving at 9.30 am) to Paris Est
11/10/22 : Paris Est to Zurich
13/10/22 : Zurich to Venice
15/10/22: Venice to Rome
17/10/22 : Rome to Milan
19/10/22 : Milan Central to Milan Airport (I believe that second class pass doesnt cover this trip)
Given that I have to pay reservation cost of these trips, the ticket to airport is not included and uncertainty about whether reservations are required for the first 2 trips am I better off buying individual tickets compared to buying a 7 days 2nd class europass ?
Best answer by AngeloView original