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Hi,I have a global pass and was thinking of heading up to Finland and then heading to Estonia/Latvia/Lithuania but saw that Eurail is disrupted in this region, although there are buses available.Was wondering if anyone had travelled on the buses and what it was like.Or if anyone has an opinion on best way to move around that region at the moment.Thanks
I am hoping someone has a way around all the interrail site seat reservation restrictions. I plan on going from Lyon to Madrid on August 1. The first train is not sold out, it cannot be booked on the website. Can I only book it in-person? Other routes are sold out, I think. Are there any other "magical routes" through some other city or route? Thank you all in advance!
Paris-Warsaw on August 5 is the last stop on my journey, but all of the routes have a problem within them. Most routes from Paris on the morning of August 5 have sold out, which is a problem, since I have a bus from Warsaw already booked. I would be most grateful for at least a magical train suggestion from Paris to Berlin. Thank you in advance!
In my Global Pass is possible to add as many journey as I want before the activation of the pass: in case I lost a train during my trip, or a coincidence with another one, what should I do? Is it possible to add another journey and take the trains that are available?
Hello, we booked multiple tickets for our group, and want to cancel 1 person's tickets. They have all been booked through the interrail website and cost 10 or 13 Euro's each. Is this possible? I tried on the Italian Railway website, but it doesn't allow to select any of the tickets.
We have yet to activate our passes for our trip to Europe at the end of august and we just reserved seats on one of the legs of our trip, only to realize that my fiancé is listed as a female. Does this mean his eurail pass too will say he is “Ms?” If so, is it a big deal or do I need to do something about it?
A friend of mine won an interrail global pass ticket but unfortunately she is unable to use it. Is it possible to change the name over the ticket so I can use it? The trip should be during the end of September and the beginning of October. Thanks
Hi, I am planning to purchase an Interrail global Pass (4D) for my first ever trip with interrail. a few personal details are as follows. Planned Pass Type: Interrail Global (as whole family have German visas) - 4 Days in a monthFamily/ travelers: Me, my wife, 8yrs (son), 6yrs(daughter) & 2yrs(son). total 5 peopleCurrent location: Berlin, Germany Tentative Trip Details: a - Berlin to Mannheim 13.08.2022 b- Mannheim to Paris 17.08.2022 c- Paris to Cologne 19.08.2022 d - Cologne to Berlin 20.08.2022 Q1: Since my country of residence is Germany, I am confused as if for 4-Days global pass would be right choice for above mentioned itinerary. ? i mean specifically talking about “inbound/outbound within country of residence” rule. Q2: For Mannheim, Germany to Paris, France leg and return leg, seat reservations are mandatory, but do I have to make seat reservations for adults only ? or for all kids (8,6,2 yrs) also? Your valuable feedback is h
Hello, I have a technical question, if I am going interrailing from the 9th august to the 5th September do I need to buy a 2 months pass, or can I buy a 1 month pass. I will be gone less than a month, but it does switch from august to September while I am gone, and I can’t find anything on the website to answer my questionBest Regards Kaya
Hello, I'd like to ask whether the Interrail Global ticket is valid in Serbia and North Macedonia. I need to travel from Zagreb (Croatia) to Belgrade (Serbia) and from Belgrade to Skopje (N. Macedonia). I can't find it on the app. Where can I book my train ticket? Can you help me?
Hello everyone! A few days ago I booked this direct train from Basel to Italy, I paid 13 euros. The problem is that I never received an email with the seat reservation. In my account I can’t find it either.. there is 13 euro taken from my creditcard so I made the reservation but I have no information about it, not even a reservation number. What can I do? I already tried to contact interrail by answering questions to this bot to find out how I receive my reservation but i haven’t heard anything back. I will need to use the trai in 2 days. On the 22th of July..what is best to do? But another reservation or go without reservation? Or is there another way to receive my seat reservation?Kind regards,Adina
Austria Eurocity reservation with 1st class pass- is it possible to stay in first class on EC trains without a seat reservation?
Hello everyone! I hope somebody could help me. I bought a 1st class One Country Pass for Austria. All the trains I will take are OBB Eurocity trains for which the seat reservation is not required.Given that, is it possible to stay in first class on EC trains without a seat reservation?
I bought a continuous pass during the sale a few weeks ago and am planning on using it next month. However, I have trouble with my account(s).I made reservations on the website, but after activating the mobile pass in the app, I do not see those reservations in the app.I do not see the trip I made on the website in the app, nor do I see the trip I made in the app on the website.It seems like they are two separate accounts even though both are connected to the same pass. Edit: How do you use interrail? The feeling I get now is that where possible you can use the QR code from the pass in the app, but for some trains you need to make reservations, and then you need to use the tickets you get in your mail, and not the QR code in the app. Is this correct?
Hi in traveling europe right now and we had some trouble. We booked a trainticket to München from Zagreb and i could reserve a seat at the trainstation but i cant seem to find the trip in the interrail app and this isnt the first time it happen. Luckely they didnt check it before but now i wounder why You cant find some trains on interrail? and some times when you check on the website and the app they show you different trains and different times…
Hi,I‘m German and during my Interrail trip I want to travel from Vienna to Innsbruck and I‘ve seen now that the only direct train for this journey, for a small bit, passes through Germany but the train actually has no stop there - My question is now am I able to use this train via Interrail without buying an extra ticket or using (wasting) a In/Outbound journey?
Hi:)So I’m leaving for my trip soon, and I need to add my pass to my phone, which doesn't work because I've added it on my computer (didn’t know back then I can only have it on one device). To remove it from my computer, I need to delete my trip. To delete my trip, it tells me I first need to delete travellers from the trip. If I click on edit travellers and want to select the only traveller (myself) to "delete this traveller", I can't select myself because "you can't delete this travellers details" with no explanation as to why or what I could do to change this. I need the pass on my phone so I have the tickets with me on the train.Does anyone know what I need to do? Did I just not get something? And sorry if there’s already an answer to this that I couldn’t find.I’m thankful for any advice!
As I can’t make a reservation for the Bucharest Istanbul train online, and yet would like to avoid any potential disasters as I am travelling with my panicky father, would there be any way for someone to make the reservation for us at Bucharest train station/is there any way at all that I can make the reservation in advance: We will only be arriving in Bucharest a couple of hours before taking the train, so that’s why there could be a problem. In any case, how full would the train be likely to be in September? Thanks
Hi,My husband and I were originally scheduled to travel from Prague to Salzburg via train on August 8th. Our original schedule had us taking a train from Prague to Linz and then catching another train in Linz and arriving in Salzburg. I received an email that there is a “discrepancy” with our trip and that our connection may no longer be available. When I looked at the timetable (https://fahrplan.oebb.at/bin/query.exe/dn?start=1&S=Praha%20hl.n.&Z=Linz/Donau%20Hbf&date=08.08.2022&time=10:04), it appears that our original route is no longer available. Instead, it appears that we would need to take a train from Prague to Rybnik, take a bus from Rybnik to Linz, and then catch our original train from Linz to Salzburg. My question is: can I use my original ticket to board the new train and bus, or do I need to be issued a new ticket? I don’t see a way to change the ticket on the website without paying for it again. It’s also not clear on the timetable who the bus operator is.
Hello :)I just bought my interrail ticket and try to organize my first interrail journey!I`m planning to take the eurostar from Bruxelles to London but I`m not sure what I`m planning to do in Bruxelles/ how much time I need there jet so I`m nor sure which time I should reservate the train.Is it possible to reservate a train and then spontaneously rebook it, to be able to take the train that`s scheduled a few hours later? Or would I have to pay the reservation fee again?Thanks!
So I’m planning a trip through Eurail and have already found out that alot of the trains don’t match on the app vs online (I did as much research as possible and I know that the app isn’t always reliable since timetables aren’t always current). My question is how reliable is the Eurail website timetables? A few of the trains I need require seat reservations (despite conflicting with the app saying seat reservations are only recommended), but when I double check the trains with a specific country’s timetables there are vast discrepancies. I’m afraid to make a train reservation on Eurail if the train doesn’t end up existing. Any advice on this? Should I just trust the Eurail website and go ahead and get the reservations?
Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been trying to find availability on a night train, I’ve clearly left it far too late as the closest I can get is either just a seat or a luxury cabin. I was thrilled to come across lots of availability on the NightJet from Milan to Munich on 11th August and changed my plans accordingly. I nearly finished booking the journey on the Night Jet website before having a look on Train Line and was gutted to see what looked like border controls in place between Austria and Slovenia just past salzburg . From Trainline it looks like you get off the Nigh Jet at Salzburg and get another domestic train to Freilassing, where you go through border controls, then get on another domestic train to Munich! Rather defeats the point of a sleeper train. Not mentioned on the Nighjet OBB website. Has anyone experienced this journey with checks? Is my research right because I really want a sleeper and it’s not mentioned by OBB?From a quick google it seems the border ch
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