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Im looking at the trip from Munich to the Zugspitze railway area.I have seen the winter ticket allows a return trip to from Munich for around 70 eurosIs the rail portion from Munich covered on a Eurail pass at all allowing me to only buy a Zugspitze ticket to go up and down using all 3 rail systems which im thinking would be slightly cheaper or is the whole journey not covered at all meaning i have to buy the whole Zugspitze rail journey separately
Hey, I was trying to reserve seats for my upcoming France trip. To do so the rail planner app always transfers me to the eurail website. The problem is: The website wants me to login with „the account I used to purchaisr the pass“. Bit I didn’t buy the pass, I won the „Interrail German French“ pass. So I have no account connected to that pass. If I create a new account with the email address I got the pass send to, the website tells me „no pass connected“ and theres no possibility to connect my app or my pass to it. It also says that it’s not possible to get reservations without a valid pass connected. Does anyone know what I did wrong and how to go from here? I‘m getting a little bit desperate since the trip is very spontaneous and starts soon.
Hi all,I’ve never got an interrail ticket before and I’m just trying to check my understanding of the system.I’m going to Salamanca and back from Stroud in the UK. Am I right in thinking that a 4 day a month pass would get me from Stroud to Madrid, as long as I’ve reserved tickets on each service? (I’ve checked raileurope.com to verify the services exist and line up in a good way). I’m mainly asking as this seems like a cheaper way of travelling than just getting the return tickets. Is that right, or am I missing something?
I have eurail global pass and I am trying to reserve seat but it shows not available on eurail website. I tried DB webiste to book seat only and it was showing that seats are unavailable. But, when I tried to book tickets through DB website it says seats are available. How do I reserve seats for my trip ? Sorry, I am new and I did not know that I had to reserve seats few months in advance. Looking forward for your suggestion.
When booking with a global pass for a set amount of times , i see on the dusseldorf to paris Thalys train on Dec 26th that there are 3 different options .standard comfort and premium.I'm assuming the global passes only allow us to book in the standard tickets right.IM also wondering what tickets are we needing to buy compulsory reservations on.Im doing a comparison with my short itinerary as to whether its necessary to only buy single tickets other than a global pass with compulsory reservations. here is my itinerary belowthere are 3 people me and 2 daughters both aged 23/25Dusseldorf to paris 26th Dec 4.17 pmParis to London 29th Dec around 8amLondon to manchester same dayRome to pisa then to florence same day 7th JanFlorence to venice 8th jan mid morningMunich to Zugspitze ireturn , think is a special ticket paid outside the passMunich to Dusseldorf 14th janDusseldorf to amsterdam return out on 15th jan back on 16thI have worked out that the costs are almost similar however im now
I’ve got a 5 Day within a month Interrail Global Pass and so has my mum. I’m trying to reserve seats for us on the Hamburg to Stockholm 22:01-09:56 train on the 11th of October. Everything I have read tells me to not use the eurail/interrail website to book reservations as they are normally less on the train company’s website. So I looked at sj.se and put in the passes for us both and have the following options:Seat: 330SEK (£24.60)Couchette: 770SEK (£57.40)Sleeping compartment: 1,660SEK (£123.74)Whole compartment: 1,654SEK (123.29) When I look at the Interrail.eu website I get the following:Seat: £11.36Couchette: £22.36Sleeper (2 in a 3 bed I think?): £45.52Is there a reason that the interrail prices are so much less? Somewhere I read that it was doubled on checkout and it was for one person only but then I removed one of us and the prices halved. Is there a catch I’m not understanding with the interrail website? I obviously would prefer to pay less and reserve through there but I don
We are starting our Journey in Vienna on 22nd Dec , leaving Vienna on the 26th travelling to Salzburg on 26th then to Zurich on 28th , then to Paris on 29th, Can we reserve seats and do we use the same train all the way through? If you could advise which train we should book on. It would appear the timetable is still not available on the eurail website. Do you know when it will be and is it risky to wait? Many thanksRichard
I won the German France Freindship Pass and i want to start in the next days.I live in Essen Germany. My Problem is that i am not really able to get to Paris. There is a train from Koeln HBF to Paris Nord it is the THA 9448 but i can not book it because it is not in the pass included. There are some rides with a stop in Belgium but i guess Belgium is not in the pass. But i can add the ride from Koeln HBF to Bruxelle-Midi for some reason. It is possible to take the TGV from Frankfurt HBF but there is no way to get to Frankfurt from Essen with the Pass or is it possible to make ride in the own country(Germany) just to get the right ride to France.
Hello Goodday.I just bought 4 tickets for my Eurail for 15 days.May I know ,how do I add all the 4 names together and add their details inside the rail planner app, which I’ve already downloaded. I’ve created mine and add my first journey but have not activate yet . As my travel date will be in late November. Please advice . Thank you .
I have a pass for 4 days of travel in 1 month. My trips are Amsterdam-Paris, Paris-London, and a few others in between TBD. The two trips I do have saved say “seat reservation required 32€” and “seat reservation required 34€”. Now, last year when I asked a train attendant a question about my train’s arrival, they said I shouldn’t have paid extra for seats after buying the pass. When I look on the app under “My Pass” it says under the trips saved “All set! Show your ticket during inspection.” My question is, do I HAVE to pay extra for a seat reservation after buying the pass? Has anyone just showed up and all has been just fine? Thanks in advance!!
For your information: The upgrade to Plus is temporarily free, meaning that mobile passes bought with the free plus upgrade are fully refundable. Normally, the plus upgrade is not refundable, so this is a good opportunity if you are not yet 100% sure of your plans (personally find the statement "100% refund" to be confusing)
Hallo, wenn es genügt,den 1. Zug im Mobil-Pass für den Reisetage als Ticket zu aktivieren und ich kann den ganzen Tag damit fahren, warum lese ich dann von so vielen Zügen,die dazu getragen oder storniert wurden. Und worauf lasse ich mir im Bedarfsfall eine Umbuchung quittieren.
Hi all, I plan to arrive in ROME (FCO) airport midnight Friday (saturday), plan to spend 1.5 days around Vatican City and leave for Interlaken around noon where I would like to spend 2 days explore then head to paris for 2-3 days then fly home.Can this community help me with my routes and would a 4 day Eurail Global pass do the trick?Day 1 (Saturday): FCO airport to Vatican, explore VaticanDay 2 (Sunday): Vatican breakfast and walk around Transit to InterlakenDay 3 (Monday): Explore InterlakenDay 4 (Tuesday): Visit/explore LauterbrunnenDay 5 (Wednesday): Transit to ParisDay 6 (Thursday): Explore ParisDay 7 (Friday): Explore ParisDay 8 (Saturday): To airport (CDG) to go home (Flight at noon)
Hello there,I’m arriving in London and I need to get to Liverpool. I was planning on using my Eurail Global Pass (which I will be using for visiting other countries). The problem is that the only option recommended is a train from London to Liverpool of Avanti West Coast, and I don’t understand if my Eurail Global pass includes this franchise. Is this true? If not, how can I benefit from the pass within London and Liverpool, since I will be travelling a lot between these two cities? Thank you so much.
Hi all, I was wondering how it works when I want to travel on a train for which I cannot book a seat though I am entailed to travel with. There is this EC from Bern to Domodossola which is covered by the Interrail pass but the Swiss railways do not allow for seat reservation. How does it work in such a case? Do I show up at the platform trying to board the train? What if the train is full? Is my trip guaranteed? Thanks to anybody who would be able to answer. Emanuele
This is a situation that I had last month. I had an Interrail ticket, and I planned to travel from Copenhagen (Denmark) to Geneva within a day. However, one of the trains from Denmark (DSB) was delayed which made me lose my connection, and eventually I arrived to Basel very late and there were no more trains to Geneva that day. I had to stay in a hotel in Basel (which I paid for) and continue the day after. I contacted DSB to ask for the reimbursement of the hotel (as it is their fault, their train was late), but they said that it should be SBB who pays, as the hotel was in Switzerland. I asked at a SBB station, and they have no idea about who should pay or what should be the procedure. They told me to fill in the passenger rights form on the SBB website, but it doesn’t work because it’s an international trip. In the international passenger rights from SBB it says that if I didn’t buy the ticket with SBB, I can’t fill in the form. Interrail states clearly that they do not take care of
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