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Hello,I have a 7 day one country pass for France 2nd class and I started my travel today but the ICE in Germany was delayed and I missed my tgv.All of the next tgvs were fully booked for pass holders. Since I need to be in Paris the next day I had to book a first class ticket, which was sadly very expensive. I was wondering if there's any chance to get some money back?Thank you!
Hi all,I hold an EURAIL pass. I am trying to book seat reservations from Zurich to Paris Lyon on 22d Dec 2023. However, the timetables does not seem t e updated in EURAIL/INTERRAIL website.Do we know when the latest timetable will be updated? Are there any other mechanisms to book seat reservations for TGV Lyria. I called SCF connect in Zurich and they cdnt assist either. I have booked other country seat reservations in DB/LNER/GWR websites. Am I required to tag those reservations with my EURAIL pass in my Rail planner app? or Do I just show my pass from the Rail planner app to the conductors? Am I able to use EURAIL pass within Switzerland? i.e Zurich->Lucerne or Zurich ->Bern etcAppreciate your response. Apologies if this was asked before.
Hi there noticed on the chat about somebody coming to Scotland and travelling to Edinburgh ,Inverness and places. Just asking can I do that in England for Two Three or Four days with my Interrail pass as I thought you had to put Date going out the country date coming back in the country. Sorry newbie to this. Kenny
Two of us are taking a day trip on our first class Eurail passes today, Oct. 13, 2023 from Ghent to Cologne. The segment from Brussels Zuid (Midi) to Cologne is showing as “seat reservations not required” and the Eurail site is showing that I can reserve seats for a fee. I went to OBB and tried to reserve seats, but it is showing that no seats are available for reservation on the 10:25 train to Cologne. We need to come back on the Cologne to Midi train at 17:51 and I haven’t checked yet for seat reservations on OBB, but would like to make them I can. If OBB is saying I can’t reserve seats, does that mean seats are full or does that mean that they just do not handle the reservation? Thank you.
Hella, I’m travelling (family of 4) from UK to south of France next May, Saturday 25th. I can see there are tickets from London to Lille and Paris available to book seats now, the train I’d ideally like is the 11.04am from London to Lille. This train is on every Saturday basically until the 25th May when it disappears from the schedule. My question is therefore:Do I wait and hope this 11.04 London to Lille train will be included on the schedule closer to the time? Or, do I book one of the other ones in case the spaces sell out. The alternative one that works for us time-wise is the 12.31 London to Paris.I’d prefer the Lille 11.04 as the timings are better. I’m conscious that this Saturday is the start of the half term holiday in UK and a Bank Holiday Monday so it might be a busier weekend to travel on that those either side of it. Thanks for any advice.
Hiya, I’m new to interrailing, this might sound like a really silly question but if I book a standard sleeper car for me and my girlfriend on the OBB Nightjet, will someone else be able to book the other bunk? Or do I need to book the deluxe one instead?As on the final booking page it says that there is the potential that someone else could book it. However on other messages and support websites it says that if 2 people book for the same room then no one else can book the 3rd bed? Or am i just majorly overcomplicating it? Thanks!
Hello, I plan on travelling from Germany to France on the first travel day via Basel SBB. I read on the official page that normally it would only be possible to really travel in Germany and France only without crossing a border.On the other hand I have read in this forum that Basel SBB should be fine as it is directly at the border of both countries and the operating trains are French or German. Can someone please tell me which version is true?Basel SBB just seems to be the easiest way for me, I dont want to go all the way north to Francfort just to cross the French-German border… Thanks in advance!
Planned trip below. Does anyone know if a Eurail Pass covers the train part of the London to Dublin (Sail/Rail) leg? Not counting that portion, I loosely priced out individual tickets and think it comes in at about $355. Looks like 8 travel days - would a pass be better? Thanks!Glasgow to Invergordon and returnGlasgow to Ft. WilliamFt. William to EdinburghEdinburgh to LondonLondon to Dublin (Sail/Rail)(flight to Bremen, Germany)Bremen to BerlinBerlin to Amsterdam
Entro en la aplicación Rail Planner y me anuncia que para el 3 de enero de 2024 todavía no hay horarios.Sin embargo entro en página de los trenes alemanes DB y si puedo solicitar la reserva de asientos para esa fecha de enero del año 2024.Reservar asiento directamente con DB antes de planificar el viaje desde Rail Planner es posible??????
Hello all,On 18 October I'll take the NightJet from Vienna to Arnhem (and after then with the intercity Arnhem-Nijmegen), my homestay-country is The Netherlands. I don't want to spoil my inbound-trip for just 18 km (Emmerich(Gr)-Arnhem) and after then buying a full price ticket Arnhem-Nijmegen. DB and NS-International sells tickets with BahnCard 100, very handy for buying-tickets without having to pay for the German part, (not official, but CIV shouldn't have abandoned the possibility to sell tickets from and to the border.ÖBB sells Reservations with Teilgültigkeit, (but not online, so only optional if you live in Austria, or not so far-away from the Austrian border). How could I solve this? Buying a ticket Emmerich(Gr)-Nijmegen, or sending a mail to ÖBB for an option? Are here Dutch travellers who have had the same problem like me and which solution did they have found? And how much will a Reservation with ‘Teilgültigkeit cost more). Does someone have such ticket and could he/she put
Hi, I’m new to this Interrail thing, and I hope my question is not too stupid 😉I plan to do two trips with my two month global pass, so I won’t have any outbound and inbound trips left for the second trip. But here’s the thing: I’d like to finish the second trip with a night train journey to my home country. The destination of the night train is also my final destination, so there is no need to take an extra travel day for the inbound journey as described here.Is there a chance the app will accept this trip home as a “normal travel day”, or do I need to buy a regular ticket for this night train journey?
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