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Hi!I want to travel from Germany to Greece and my idea was to go via Italy and take the ferry to Greece (either from Ancona or Bari). I would stay in Greece for a few weeks then and afterwards go back to Germany via italy with the same ferry (with a 2-month global pass).Do you know if there are any restrictions on taking the same route twice, so either train or ferry?Thanks for answers, any help is appreciated!BestLouisa
Hello,we’re actually in France but because of the extremely hot weather we‘re thinking about visiting Norway instead of Spain. The question is, are we allowed to travel trough Germany (we live in Germany) or would this end our trip because it’s our inbound ticket back to Germany?
I’m currently looking into my Eurail trip to some less travelled to destinations. But I’m concerned some of the routes are NOT valid with a Eurail pass. For example, the map PDF lists Meydanekbez, Syria as a destination (via southern Turkey).This, among other places, is somewhere I’m interested in exploring but I’m questioning it’s accuracy, I’ve been told that the map lists a lot of places that you cannot reach. The last thing I’d want is to plan a trip and once I’m there find out my anticipated trip is not feasible!
I would like to visit Vaduz tomorrow. I am from Austria and already used my home-country-travel day today. Now it says in my Interrail App that Vaduz is part of Austria instead of Liechtenstein. Does it mean i would need to use again my home-country-ticket? Or is it a mistake?
Hello interrail community!It’s gonna be my first interrail alone this summer and I would love to meet new people!I just started using this free dedicated website for interrailers: https://www.inntouch.fr/ Would be great to have you joining the adventure so we can find each other :) Looking forward to see you all!
Hello everyone,I am writing to you as I am facing a huge wall. I am seeking for genuine infos regarding interrail in Turkey but I can't get any real answer.Except for the three main lines (most of them from Istanbul), I still can't figure out how I can make profit on my global pass in Turkey.Did someone already experience interrail there ? How did you manage to get trains ? Did you just manually entered the details and hopped on the train ?Every kind of answers would be appreciated 👍🏼Thanksss 🤗
I wondered if anyone can help with this please:)I have added the 14.25 from Paris Lyon to Avignon on the 25th Aug to ‘my trip’ and successfully bought seat reservations but have just checked and it doesn’t appear in the journey planner anymore. I have looked on Sncf and trainline websites and it is showing up on their sites which is confusing me. Any advise would be appreciated. Thanks
We will be landing in Paris from Singapore early morning on the 17th and will be flying out mid-day on the 28th from Brussels. We are a family of 4 (2 teens) so we’d probably rather visit more places. We have the Eurail 4 day pass. This is what I’ve thought of so far:Paris: 3 nights20th: Paris to Strasbourg (already reserved on TGV)Strasbourg: 2 nights (day-trip to nearby towns eg. Colmar)22nd: Strasbourg to MunichMunich: 2 nights24th: Munich to AmsterdamAmsterdam: 2 nights26th: Amsterdam to BrugesBruges: 1 night27th: Bruges to Brussels28th: Flying out of Brussels Could anyone please critique this itinerary, or suggest alternative places to go? We’re unsure about Munich, especially as Strasbourg → Munich and Munich → Amsterdam trains are very hectic with switching trains etc.Could anyone also suggest whether to reserve seats on the trains where it isn’t required (eg. ICE trains). It is peak tourist season so I suppose it will be a good idea.
Hello everyone!I’m planning my trip this August and I noticed that I could benefit from some ferry discounts to travel between Greece and Italy (30-100% off) on board Superfast and ANEK ferries. As I read in the site: “As a Pass holder you can get from 30% off (surcharges for port taxes and fuel apply) up to 100% off (if you have a Global Pass).” I have a 15days straight pass (2nd class) but when I tried to book the tickets I could only get a 30% discount… Note: I’m planning to travel from Ancona (Italy) to Patra (Greece) at 18th August.
Hey, me and my partner are planning our 1month interrail journey in August and our planned destinations will probably be Amsterdam,Paris,Madrid,Lissabon,Barcelona. We want to travel rather cheap but also want to be spontaneous. Has anyone experiences with traveling during main season without planning anything beforehand? Is it possible to come to a new city without any plan of a place to sleep and find one for relatively good price, means below 40euro per person per night.?My Main concern here is hostels being sold out and prices rising the sooner you book to the actual date you are sleeping thereMy father told my about his interrail trips when he was 20, back then you could just do everything spontaneously ,so it was one big adventure. Is this still possible? Or has interrail fundamently changed since then.
HiTrenitalia has two new train “lines”the train from Bologna at 17:00 to S. Benedetto del Tronto on Fridays and the train from S. benedetto del Tronto on Sundays starting at 15:15 accept only Ticket with their special tariff, so Interrail/Eurail are not valid. on Fridays the Regionale Veloce 18131 “MARCHE LINE” starting in Piacenza (15:15) via Bologna (17:00) and arriving via Ancona to S. Benedetto del Tronto at 20:42.on Sundays the Regionale Veloce 18128 “MARCHE LINE” starting in S. Benedetto del Tronto (18:27) via Ancona and Bologna (21:52) to Piacenza (23:25). This MARCHE LINE trains accepts only Tickets that have this train on the Ticket. All other regional tickets like normal fare tickets or abo, are not valid. They do not explain if this is also the case for Interrail/Eurail but it doesn’t look like it will. I will ask directly Trenitalia for information, but their customer “care” is known for nonsense answers. In this case it only is the case for 2 trains on weekends. All other
Hi, I want to get from Kopenhagen main station to Bordeaux St-Jean starting on July 13th. I have an Interrail One Country Pass for France which I could use starting from Lille if I go over Bruxelles.Any help with information on which way is the cheapest/ best to travel would be greatly appreciated.Thank you. Kind regards,Mario
Hi all,We're looking to visit these following countries, some trains take too long, so we're going to fly:Paris 2Days...fly toPortugal 3Days...fly toMadrid 2DaysBarcelona 3DaysMarseille 2DaysSwitzerland 4Days...fly toDublin 4DaysManchester 2DaysLondon 2Days What is the best global pass do you think? For 2 Adults?
Hi. We plan to travel down (next week) from Finland to Estonia, then onto Latvia, Lithuanian onto Poland. App does work for Latvia, Lithuanian, we have booked a bus from Tallinn to Riga, then not sure what route/method we take onto Lithuanian then to Poland? Bus and/or train via which cities?
Hi there. What international trains are currently running from Sofia and Bucharest train stations. Are there any to Serbia (eg direct to Belgrade) from either country for example? Through my online research it seems like lots of the trains have been discontinued due to Covid, so just wondering what options are available from each of these sittings. Thanks
Hello everyone!This was probably asked many times but I need a proper confirmation. If I take a night train from Amsterdam to Prague, where there are no direct train route and is required to have 1 change of train somewhere in Germany, would it count as 2 days or still 1 day pass? I’m very confused with this rule because there are no direct routes!
Hey guys! Its my first time interrailing this summer. I wanted to ask if it is easily possible to travel between smaller villages by train and if those are also included in the interrail global pass? Do you have any tipps? And are other countries like Spain or France better or not?
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
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