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Hey everyone,I have a problem with my Mobile Pass and my country of residence (Germany).A few weeks ago I travelled from Vienna (Austria) to Innsbruck (Austria). Between the stations Salzbruck and Wörgl the train (EC662 / RJ662) crosses the German border twice, but it does not stop in Germany (see pictures). Nevertheless, I had to use a country of residence trip for this route.Now I’m in Germany and I’m stuck, because I don’t have any more trips in or out of my country of residence. Do you know what I could do? Has one of you been in a similar situation in the past?All the best!
Help!My plan for January involves several sleeper trains, until a few days ago these weren’t even on timetables. Now everything seems to have sold out almost instantly. Is there any way round this as it is deeply frustrating as it will mean altering all my plans. I am looking to do the following.9th January - either Brussels or Amsterdam to Munich15th January - Budapest to Brasov - this one doesn’t even seem to be possible without going overnight23rd January Bucharest to ViennaIs it now impossible to book sleeper or couchette places on these routes?If so, can anyone suggest alternative ways of getting between those places on at least roughly those dates?
So I'm pretty confused as to why Oslo is poorly connected to neighbouring capitals Stockholm and Copenhagen. It's rare to see a direct train and it's usually like 1-3 connections in stations that close pretty early. (Why Gothenburg isn't a 24h station escapes me) Given that it's regular to see times 8-10h+ for a 450km journey is pretty crazy right? Finland's towns seem better connected than Norway's capital. Is there something I'm missing or is it just going to be a huge pain to get in and out of Norway? Or do they rely more on buses for these routes? Currently in Berlin making my way to Oslo. There's a direct to Copenhagen 06:38-13:36 from there it looks like wait a day untill 09:27- 17:51 Copenhagen/Gothenburg/Oslo. But surely there's a better option that doesn't include the colour ferry for 2000nok. Any help?
As I'm planning my first Interrail, what do you suggest to budget for daily spendings (excluding accomodation)? I'm visiting Western European cities (Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin etc...) and I came to know that many museums and attractions are free, so food is basically the only concern and I'm willing to relay on supermarket food cooked in the hostel kitchen rather than restaurants. I was thinking to budget 30€ per day, but I found many videos telling that they spent a lot less per day excluding eating out.I'm interested about this topic because I have a budget of 1300€ and I'm wandering if it's possible to visit 7 cities in 21 days instead of the 6 in 18 days I was thinking about (Paris, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin, Prague, Vienna), maybe adding Budapest to the journey. What do you think?
Hello! Thanks a lot for your service I have a question. We have interrail pass (1 month of traveling) and we have a few questions. 1) When I activate my pass in mobile app, will it automaticly generate QR code of the ticket? I know, that I need to reserve the train in the app, but I mean, when sth happens and we need to quickly run into another train and don't manage to reserve it in the app, is there still possibility, that I have my ticket in the app and I can show it to the ticket person in the train without previous booking of the train? 2) We will be also traveling in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. There your app is not working. But we found out, that you have some discount on bus tickets for example. Can you please tell me, how I can use this discount? I was trying to book some ride with company we should have discount, but I couldn't find some space do add the discount. Or can you please tell me the best travel opportunities from Tallinn to Riga and then from Riga to Vilnius, th
Hello! I am trying to find the best way to travel from Oslo to Gothenburg. I checked if there were maybe ferry, but I didn’t find anything. I found train on sj.se, and I wanted to ask why it is more expensive than the other route, such as Stockholm - Oslo.I have to reach Germany then, so if maybe someone has experience with these routes and want to give me an advice, it would be nice! Also if it means to change plan and not to go to Gothenburg from Oslo. Thank you in advance.
Hello everyone,I have a reservation for a train from Copenhagen to Stockholm (7 July 21:27 - 8 July 05:46, change in Malmö), it has 1 change and that change is a night train. The problem is that the train isn’t shown on the eurail sites nor rail planner app. The closest train to these two trains are: 7 July 22:47 - 8 July 05:46. It also has one change and it arrives at the same time to Stockholm.Also the train doesn’t leave at the same time from Copenhagen, the train change is in Hassleholm and (especially the night trains) the train numbers don’t match (the Hassleholm one is RE 1112, NT 2 and the Malmö one is RE 1104, NT 4). I hope that it’s NT 4, if Tåg 4 on the seat reservation ticket means that it’s NT 4 then it should be that.Which one is right? Is this train even in the interrail pass or just the times are not updated again? I guess I don’t have to care about the regional trains because they don’t require a reservation, so I can take whichever one I want, but what about the night
Hello, I’m looking to book a train from Paris to Zermatt. There are two short transfers -- one at Strasbourg station (10 mins) and another at Visp station (6 mins). Is it advisable to book this train ticket? Need some advice, thank you very much!
Hi.I am going to Portugal on Sept. for 5/6 days. It’ll be my first time going there. I definitely want to go to Lisbon and Porto and other popular areas for sightseeing. Are 6 days enough? What other places do I need to visit?How’s the weather by then? And can I go to all the famous places by train?Hope you guys can help me plan my itinerary.Thank you.
Hello :)In about a month I’m going inter railing and I’m currently trying to figure out my route, but I’m kinda stuck at athens. I’m not sure where to find any information on greek public transportation, as it’s not on the eurail app. I’m trying to find the best way to go from athens to Italy, if anyone has any possible routes it would be highly appreciated!! Or anywhere to get more information on greek public transport. Btw I have a global pass :)
Hello. I read an article somewhere that it was possible to do the Glacier Express route on regional trains, for free. But doing a route search on the Interrail App, between Zermatt and St. Moritz, I get different routes, that do through Zurich, Bern… Which is not the original Glacier route. Any advice?Thanks!
We are arriving into Roma Termini but need to get to Roma Trastevere. It looks like an easy shot with one train but that does not pop up in the app. Any one know if that train would be included on our Eurail pass or is that a city train that is not included?
Hello, I am a high school student and I won a free trip from 1 to 30 days anywhere in Europe. I wonder if there is a direct route from Zagreb to Malaga or Madrid. if it doesn't exist how it works with the transfer, how often trains run and how with luggage and suitcases?
Hi,Our plan was to do a trip through the Balkans as part of our Eurotrip. So far we have planned: Amsterdam - Berlin - Prague - Vienna - Venice - Ljubljana - Split - Zagreb. From Zagreb we want to go to Belgrade, Bar, Mostar and then end up in Greece. The last potential leg of our trip can’t seem to be planned through the app. Does anyone have any idea of why that is or how we could best plan this part? We are open to adjusting the itinerary if there is a better route. I look forward to reading your replies!
Hi there! I am trying to see if train schedules from London to Brugge and Paris are available for my trip on April 2023, but I get the following answer: “we can’t find any trains that match your search”. Is this because schedules haven’t been released yet? I appreciate your help!
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