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Hello, I am an Austrian citizen, but currently live in Italy. I want to use the two-months Interrail pass togo from Italy to Austria and back from Austria to Italy from Italy to Germany and Belgium Now my question: Is it possible to start with the inbound journey, then do the outbound journey and still travel with the interrail pass afterwards? Thanks in advance!
I want to travel within austria on budget for 10 days. can i use eurail austria pass for all local transport like ICE, REX, BUS?
I want to travel within austria on budget for 10 days. can i use eurail austria pass for all local transport like ICE, REX, BUS? or can anyone suggest best way for mu route from vienna-wacgau-hallstat-graz-carinthia-salzburg-tyrol. I am traveling June end onwards. Kindly suggest and inform.
Hello! I’m planning a 3 week trip in July 23 for myself and my two sons, 13 and 15. We are based in the U.K.The original high level plan was:London to Amsterdam - 3 nights Amsterdam to Berlin - 3 nights Berlin to Zermatt - 3 nights (this is proving tricky travel wise also been looking at 2 nights in Berlin, travel to Zurich 1 night then on to Zermatt)Zermatt to Venice- 2 nights (this looks like a nightmare - I really wanted to include Italy in this but am struggling)Italy to Lake Bled, Slovenia - 3 nightsLake Bled to Split Croatia - spend c. 1 week in Croatia fly homeSo keen to do night trains where possible and also avoid too many changes, I know Zermatt is making it tricky but it’s the top place my eldest wants to visit so really want to make it work. Plus it’s beautiful!if anyone has any suggestions for an itinerary that takes in most of the places above but includes Italy somehow - I can skip Germany on this trip if needed - that isn’t too complicated please share! I’m keen we spen
Hi! Me and my partner will be travelling Europe this summer and have managed to just get 3 weeks off work including the weekends and the the weekend before we go. This is what our itinerary is looking like but is it too much to squeeze into three weeks? We have tried to keep most of the journeys to a couple of hours and have found hostel options in each to keep it cheap. Being inexperienced in rail travel it’s hard the gauge the balance, however we are the kind of people that like to be kept busy and we will be returning to a few of these places in the future for various things so won’t be disappointed if we don’t manage everything in each place. Are we trying to do too much in one go? Amsterdam (2 nights) Hamburg (1 night) Berlin (2 nights) Prague (2 nights) Vienna (1 night)Brastislava (1 night) Budapest (1 night)Graz (1 night)Zagreb (1 night)Ljubljana (1 night)Munich (1 night)Zurich (1 night)Geneva (1 night)Paris (2 nights)Brussels (2 nights)
Hi, I recently got married and we are planning our honeymoon for next year (July 2024) so we can properly save after the expense of a wedding! My husband and I love to explore cities and culture (new food, history, nights out) but also love being outdoors especially in the mountains and hiking. We will have 2 weeks and are looking for a route that encompasses both these things ie a few capital cities we haven't visited before and some time in some stunning scenery. And some romance would be nice too ☺️ we have lots of ideas but be nice to get some inspiration from others. Any ideas please? Thanks!
According to the page for Italy on this website passes aren’t valid on Lecco to Piona trains, part of the Tirano - Milan line and are shown as such on the App. According to reports from travellers using these trains, they have been told by an on-train Trenord employee that passes are valid and on other occasions presenting a pass hasn’t been challenged by the ticket inspector. Any info, other travellers experiences out there?
Hi ! My name is Soline (18) and I'm french. I plan to make my interrail trip in July 2023 mostly in central Europe but I’ve no one to join me atm. I'd like to find travel buddies or people to meet on my way around Europe, so no matter where you come from I’d be happy to meet you ! :)Here are my destinations (my trip is still quite flexible): I would begin my trip in Italy on the 10th of July and then visit mostly capitals in Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic. I would finish in Germany and Switzerland.If you’re interested in being part of this trip we could talk about it, you can dm me on instagram : isoline24I’m looking forward hearing from you!
Hola mi nombre es Daniel Martín Carrasco y quería saber si es posible solicitar un vuelo para viajar desde Budapest a Malta, ya que he sido elegido para en flexpass de DiscoverEU.Viajo yo con mi compañera Itziar Bascuñana Hidalgo que tiene el mismo pase que yo.Solicito el vuelo o si es posible hacer la gestión por este medio.Ofrecemos una opción de vuelo pero estamos abiertos a cambiar fechas y horasAsimismo queremos saber si es posible un vuelo desde Malta hasta Madrid, para el que dejamos otra propuesta.Round trip (Ryanair);Departure date: 28/06/2023Departure time: 11:45Arrival time: 14:00Departure city: Budapest (Hungary)Arrival city: Luqa (Malta)Return trip (Ryanair):Departure date: 30/06/2023Departure time: 9:10Arrival time: 12:00Departure city: Luqa (Malta)Arrival city: Madrid (Spain)
Hi there, first time poster here on the message board. I am travelling to Europe for the first time in May/June. I just purchased a Eurail pass, and would like to start booking reservations and find out what train stations I need to pass through.Below is my itinerary - if anyone has trained between these places, what would be the least stressful way of getting from point A to point B?Trip 1: Frankfurt airport to Berlin (specifically, Mitte) Trip 2: Berlin (specifically, Mitte) to Amsterdam Trip 3: Amsterdam to Paris Trip 4: Paris to LondonAny help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated - thank you!
Hello, community! It’s nice to meet you. This will be my first time to buy and use Eurail Global Pass, as my friends and I are planning to travel to Harlech, Wales from London.Would anyone be so kind as to let me know if we can use Eurail Global Pass to go to this town, Harlech?Pardon my layman’s question, but I would appreciate it if you’d kindly let me know.All the best,Takahiko - traveler from Tokyo
Hello there,I am going to Syracuse in Sicily, Italy this summer, for about a week. I prefer not to take the plane, and was thinking taking the train could be a good alternative. Do you have any suggestions for which route to take and which stations/trains to take? I was thinking:Belgium (starting in Antwerp or Brussels), France, Swiss, Italy (Catania is closest big railwaystation). Would like to make as less stops as possible in between Belgium and Italy.And which pass should I buy for this? This is all very new to me :) Would this be a good option, or does anyone know about a direct option from Belgium to Italy (I prefer to go there in 1 ride, I dont want to make stops in any cities in between). Thanks so much!Anne
i need some help with planning my route from Poland back to my home country of wales (uk) please, thinking of going from Poland to Slovakia - Hungary -Slovenia - Venice - Milan -Switzerland - Frankfurt - Brussels - London is that too much for around 2 weeks or so? or should i slim it down and go a more direct route? is first class worth it ? im thinking it will be worth it for eurostar alone lol thank you !!
Bonjour j’ai pris un pass interrail de 5 jours sur un mois et une réservation pour paris venise le 29 juillet . Je dois être à thessalonique le 07 août au plus tard (ferry pour alonissos). Je voulais faire venise-bled puis bled-belgrade puis belgrade-skopje enfin skopje-thessalonique mais cela ne fonctionne pas, car apparemment il y a des problèmes avec la serbie (aucune réservation et les personnes de la communauté me confirment qu’il y a des travaux et des problèmes politiques donc cela me semble risqué de maintenir ce projet) . Que me conseillez vous comme trajet? merci beaucoup par avance !NB please tell me if you need the same question in english !! thanks a lot in advance
I am planning to go to bern from cologne on 2 may 2023 (tomorrow) at 1528. In the planner it says ‘seat reservation recommended’. When i try seat reservation the website says there is no train matching my search. Can anyone pl help me to make sure if there really is a train or not?thanks in adv
Hello! I tried to book a train between Thessaloniki and Athens but I can’t find any informations, neither in Interrail, nor on the greec site, nor anywhere else so could somebody explain me how I can reach Athens from Thessaloniki? Thank youuu Clara
Hi. We are scheduled to travel from Salzburg to Lesce Bled next weekend and the timetable is not showing any direct trains as is mentioned on Man in Seat 61. It looks like we will need to part travel on the OBB bus fromBischofshofen Bahnhof (Vorplatz) D11.20 Bus SV220 toSpital-Millstatter See Bahnhof A12.40 and then pick up train connections to Villach , Jesenice and Lesce. Can anyone please tell me if the Interail pass is valid on the bus element of this route. Alternatively if any can see a direct or purely train route please let me know. Thanks John
Hi its my first time on the Community site and I am quite a novice with travelling between countries.My family and I (11 of us) are travelling from Australia into Edinburgh and will train down to York, onto Ireland, London and Amsterdam. From Amsterdam we are flying to Norway and then onto Venice, when we get to Venice we will again want to travel by train to Rome.My question is can you use the same pass to travel in Venice & Rome when you are flying in between destination, say like taking a pause from the train? I hope I am explaining myself correctly?
In July my 11 year old daughter and I intend to travel from the Netherlands to Finland and then go by way of Haparanda, Sweden to Narvik, Norway and go down slowly back home. We have got over three weeks. Unfortunately one have to make reservations for all Norway trains. So there is no freedom to stay any longer or leave more early. We'll stay a few days in Helsinki. But what next? Which place has got beautiful nature, f.e. in the lake District and is reached easily by train? And do you have to make reservations for the cheap or middle price hostels in Scandinavië long before?(Last year we went by the EU rail to Italy and Austria, almost without preparation, off course I want to help about that if needed). Thank you so much for helping us. Froukje
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