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Hi All, I wonder if anyone can help…I bought a seat reservation for the Berlin to Brussels night train, and I have an interrail mobile pass. But, the sleeper journey doesnt show up in the interrail journey finder, so how can I add the journey to the pass??
Hi all! I’m trying to book seat reservations on IC 1073 (Bern - Interlaken) for mid-December 2023 and haven’t had any luck on the Eurail website or the www.cd.cz website which Eurail recommends as an alternative to book seat reservations. Getting the following error on Eurail website:“Prices unavailableNo price results were found. Pass holder reservations may be sold out for this connection, but there are other ways to check for available seats—more info below our timetable.” The other website also comes with this error:“Internal system error (103)” Does anyone have any idea or may have encountered this problem? Could it just be that they haven’t made the seat reservations available yet for the trains? Any help is appreciated! Thank you :)
Hi!I want to travel from Grenoble (FR) to Torino (IT).I see that there are some trains that do not allow passholders (Ok), others that have a big price (again, understood although not happy with it) and others that have the 33 eur price. In the eurail website I see that the price for seat reservations in FR-IT trains is 31 eur (+ 2 eur for the fee), so it fits.But, when I click on any of the trains with the marked “33 eur”, the figure changes to 58 eur. Why is it? Is it a bug? How can I book a seat for 31+2 eur? Thanks to all of you!
Hello :)I know that I need a reservation for most of the nighttrains. Do I need a seat reservation on day , too? And how do I regonize? For example I want to drive from Stockholm to Kopenhaven. Is it possible to get in every train without reservation and in case of no free seat sit on the floor? Actually I bought the interrail pass to move freely. Didnt know you have to reservate a lot of trains month before 😅 Thanks you guys :))
We are starting our journey toward home on a night train. The train leaves at 23:45 and arrives at Munchen at 9:22, after which we still need to take 2 trains to get home (munchen-hamburg and hamburg-copenhagen). My question is if due to the first night train arriving just before midnight means that we need to use 2 travel days to reach home. We only have 1 travel day left on the ticket, so help would be appreciated.
Can't book seats for EIC 40 train from Kutno to Berlin Ostbahnhof on 21 of June 2023 and EC 249 from Berlinh Hbf to Kutno on 26 of June 2023
I have Global Pass for 4 days in a month.I have bought almost all required seats to travel from Kutno, Poland to Paris Nord on 21-22 of June 2023. Also I have almost all needed seats to travel from Paris Nord to Kutno on 26 of June 2023.I had some difficulties finding thalys from Koeln to Paris, so I booked other tickets from Bruxells to Paris via Berlin. When buying then I didn’t book seats from Kutno to Berlin Ostbahnhof, as I wasn’t sure if everything will finish ok wit buying Thalys. Now I Can’t book the cheapest seats, seats for EIC 40 train from Kutno to Berlin Ostbahnhof on 21 of June 2023 and EC 249 from Berlinh Hbf to Kutno on 26 of June 2023 which were only available to deliver by post. What should I do next?
Hi there,I traveled the NJ295 from Munich to Ancona, departure date 24 July. It was delayed by (OOPS ANOTHER EDIT -)135 minutes (!!). I am now trying to file for compensation, but I cannot find the train anywhere on log websites. The problem is (maybe?) that this train usually travels to Rome, so the systems have maybe not been adapted to this. Does Interrail have train log files that they will consult or is proof all on me? I stupidly forgot to take pictures of the situation (can't remember the exact time of arrival as I was in a hurry getting off with two kids..)Also, when filling out the file, does departure date count on the form or arrival date (which suffered the delay)? Edit: I was looking for compensation for my seat reservationon the ÖBB site - it reports the train without any delay! Oh no!! How can that happen??Thanks!!
Is there any way around the schengen visa requirement of reserving a hotel iternary. I wanted to use a eurail as the focus and deciding where to put your head on a whim. Eurail trains do offer sleepovers. One can find short term accommodation with ease. If there no way around this. Will I have to come up with a 30 nightime hostel/hotel revesations?
Sometimes I see that there are no reservations to Lille but some available to Brussels. If the train is stopping at Lille there seems no reason not to book the reservation to Brussels and leave at Lille. Obviously only if the train is scheduled to stop at Lille, hence the title.
A friend and I were planning on taking the NightJet on 22 Oct from Rome Termini to Munich (in order to get to Cologne), however it appears (on both Eurail and OBB) that NightJet (in addition to any other trains leaving Termini) is not running on weekends or currently is not scheduled for any weekends in Oct. Is this accurate or am I trying to book too early? It seems odd that the entirety of Romes rail network shuts down for an entire weekend with no significant holiday (that I’m aware of). Any advice or reasonable alternatives would be appreciated. We already purchased our passes in anticipation of being able to schedule this train, so we’d rather avoid booking flights if possible.
Hi thereNew to interrail and slightly baffled by the whole thing! My partner and i have 4-day passes. We want to book London St Pancras to Brussels. Have found train we want via interrail.eu; this is linked to our pass details etc. I get to the ‘payment’ stage and still cannot see which seats we’ll be assigned. Is this because there are only a certain number of pass-holder seats available, and you are just assigned whichever seats there are? I just find it strange I cannot see a seating plan or anything; maybe I’m looking in the wrong place? Do I just pay the 60 euros and then find out which seats we have?Apologies, this has probably been answered elsewhere, but I feel like I’m going round in circles! :)
During our outbound and inbound trip, can we use multiple trains during the day to exit or enter our country ?For example, for someone from Madrid going to Paris : it’s just “Barcelona - Paris” that is included in the pass or he can do “Madrid - Barcelona” and “Barcelona - Paris” in the same day with the pass ?
HelloComplete newbie here thx for all info. For an Oct 1 departure I reserved a Train from Rome to Milan departing at 11:10am and Milan to Ventimiglia departing at 15:10, final destination is Nice. I booked the reservations using the Eurail website.On the Eurail App my 11:10am departing train doesn’t exist, their is a train departing at 10:50am but the train numbers don’t match. The Milan to Ventimiglia is the same departure time. To cover my butt (on the App) I tried to reserve the train departing at 10:50am but it says no reservations available. Argh!What do I need to do? I would imagine I need that 11:10am train I reserved on the website in my Eurail Pass? A reservation alone isn’t good enough from what I have read? You need a Eurail Pass ticket as well.Thx for any help. Brian from Gibsons, B.C. Canada
Dear Interrail Team,I have requested an exchange of my 2020 global pass after my journey was interrupted due to covid measures in spring last year. Following your advice I asked for exchange at the train station where I purchased the original pass. The staff there had no clue and told me to contact Interrail directly. That's what I did more than a week ago and I'm still waiting for a reply. I want to start traveling on 11th August and would really appreciate your reply before that date.Thanks,Marco
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