There are still no trains scheduled in Serbia from 13. Dec onwards. Departures from Belgrade Central, 13-12-2022Does anyone know why that is, or when a new schedule will be published?Specifically, I would like to know if the train from Belgrade to Bar is going to continue or not.
My wife and I live in the U.S., are 66 years old, and our dream is to visit several European countries by rail in May 2023. I have been operating under the assumption that we could buy the correct Eurail passes, and make the necessary Reservations all through the Eurail website or app and we would experience minimal frustrations during our trip. However, after reviewing posts by this Community, I am learning it’s not that simple. Many countries and rail systems appear to have their peculiarities and requirements. I fear that instead of this trip being a wonderful adventure, it may be a frustrating nightmare! Honestly, for the inexperienced rail traveler, is my assessment more or less correct? What advice can you offer that may alleviate my concerns, and help make this a positively memorable trip?
I'm intending to get a global. in switzerland does the pass include public transport, specifically interlaken? I will be with a 7 month old baby can I take the stroller on the train?I will make the pathlondon -amsterdan - paris - strasbourg - interlaken - zurich do you have any benefits?
Hello, we want to reserve seats on a night train that goes from Cluj-Napoca to Bucharest but we have an error message:"Prices unavailable. No fares were found for this route. Seats for Pass holders may be sold out. Look for another route or see More information to see other booking options. If the seats for Pass holders are sold out, you will need to purchase a full fare ticket to make this journey."And this on several different route configurations. Is this normal? How to do ?Cordially,
I’ll be arriving in Bari on the ferry from Greece on Sunday at, theoretically, 0900hrs. The ferry is often late though so I don’t know which Bari to Rimini train to reserve. My question is, “how likely are they to run out of Interrail reservations?” Some of the trains are 5 Euro reservations and some are 12 Euros.
Hey, my travel buddy is french and eventually, we end up in London and want to take the Eurostar to Amsterdam. Even though it´s a direct train we inevitably travel through France. Does it count as an inbound or even in- and outbound journey for her, although the final destination is Amsterdam and not any french city?Cheers, Marius
I am trying to book a train ticket using my mobile pass for Dec 14 from Pisa to Rome. I tried using OBB site but I can't find the leg that I can see using trenitalia site. Is there any other way that I can book this trip using a pass? How do I do it? Help please...
Hello! I am new to this so I hope someone could help me!I am planning an interrail with my friends but we are having some complications in order to plan the trains from:Zagreb-BelgradeBelgrade-SofiaDoes someone know how could we get to this places by train? We want to make this trip in the Balkans, Liubliana-Zagreb-Belgrade-Sofia, but if it is not convinient, can someone give me advices? Thank you so much!
Hello everyone,Me and my girlfriend will start our interrail on Monday. We are excited about it after made a lot of preparation. We have our stops and we booked already some trains but I have some questions because I did’t find a clear answer in the posts here in the forum. For Krakow → Budapest : we plan to take a night train. I found this website mentionned in a post: https://booking.polrail.com/ Do you recommend it to book a couchette? For Ljubljana → Split, I have to make a change in Zagreb, so take a second train from Zagreb to Split.In Slovenia, I did find any information to book the first train. For the second, I saw that there is no possibility to book trains in Croatia. It has to be done in the country. Can you confirm? For the rest, I found myself or it didn’t require a reservation. Thanks in advance for your help.
Hi,I have planned the following trip for starting either Feb or March (One Month Interrrail Ticket):By train:Mainz (Germany) Hamburg Copenhagen Malmö (visit) Oslo Bergen (visit) Oslo (visit) Trondheim (visit) Bodo (visit)By Hurtigrouten ship to Northcap and return to Narvik (not included in passport)By trainNarvik (visit) Stockholm (visit)By ferry from Stockholm to TurkuTurku (visit) Rovaniemi (visit) Kemijarvi (visit) Helsinki (visit)By ferry to Lübeck/TravemündeBy trainTravemünde MainzHas anyone finished such or a similar trip and are there ay recommenations?ThxJürgen
An important note about this train. It is frequently fully booked on the day and sometimes a few days before. The clerk at the international desk told us it was full on Friday Saturday and Sunday this weekend. Unfortunately it can’t be booked outside of Bulgaria so you must allow time to buy in person. You must have your passport with you when buying these reservations. A double sleeper costs the equivalent of 30 euros.Specialist agencies can help as they use local contacts to buy the tickets and deliver them to hotels or can even meet you in person but you have to pay for this level of service!
bonjour, Avec mon amie nous souhaitons rejoindre Prague en République Tchèque, nous avons alors acheté un pass Interrail de 3 jours pour 1 mois le 15 octobre 2022.Lorsque nous voulons réserver nos billets des trains ainsi que des places assises sur l’application cela nous dis que notre pass n’est pas valable dans certains pays et que nous devons modifier notre voyage afin qu’il se trouve dans les pays couverts par mon pass ou d’acheter un billet séparé donc je ne comprends pas trop..où puis-je voir les pays couverts par mon pass ? merci d’avance
Hello! Me and my boyfriend were thinking about interrailing into north of europe in the winter. I live in the north of France, so I was thinking about doing Lille-Hamburg; Hamburg-Copenhagen; Copenhagen-Oslo; Oslo- Stockholm; Stockholm- Kiruna. Kiruna-Rovaniemi ( I know I would have to take some buses but I’m not sure on which one). Rovaniemi- Helsinki; Helsinki-Tallin (with the ferry); Tallin- Riga (taking some buses); Riga- Vilnius (buses); Vilnius- Warsaw (I’m not sure how); Warsaw- Berlin and then going home. Is that okay to do in the winter? Like december-january. Is it a trip that we can do? Thank you.
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