How to get Reservations :)


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Please read first and if you still have questions start a own topic to keep this post as Informationpost as clean as possible.

This post is made by @rvdborgt  @AnnaB@runner.on.rails and myself. 

Planning/Timetables:
Many of you will notice that the Railplanner of Eurail will have sometimes different times of the trains as other Websites/Apps. Or evenworse the railplanner wont show any train for your desired Route. The Railplanner of Eurail only shows the timetables that are shared by the Railcompanies unfortunately not all Railcompanies share these and even update it not frequently. The Result is that the Railplanner of Eurail is not always uptodate and because ofthat I and other experienced travelers recommend to use the Local Websites and Apps to check the times and even book the reservations with them (when possible).


Below here finally the main words :D
Hi if you are useing a Railpass there will be the point that a train needs a Reservation 🙂 Many of you ask where to get a reservation for a specific train.

First of all there are 2kinds :)
Supplements like the Intercity Direct in Netherlands or the German/Austrian - Italian Supplement on Eurocity & Railjets that have to be paid and doesnt include a seat 😕.

And Seatreservations like the TGV,Eurostar or Thalys that include in the supplement fee even a seat reservation.

There are several ways reserve a seat :)
A. on the Website of the Traincompany that operate the train.

B. at the trainstation (On major stations you have “International ticket desks” they often can reserve even trains in a different country for example you can reserve your TGV from Munich to Paris already in Prague 🙂 )

C. Via the Railplanner app of  Eurail itself :)  a small service fee will be charged

D. Via the booking Callcenter of a traincompany.

E. Via a Reservation service website or a well experienced Railagency :)

General Websites to reserve trains here you can find out which websites can help you. 

We highly suggest to confirm the times of your trains in the Railplanner with Local Railplanner apps or atleast with one of the major ones. I general i recommend even to plan your trips with these app instead of Railplanner.

Manuals for several websites.

German Rail 🇩🇪

Daytrains on oebb.at (Not for Italy) 🇦🇹

Bordercrossing Eurocity/Railjet Italy - Austria/Germany  🇦🇹🇩🇪 - 🇮🇹

Italian Daytrains booked via oebb.at 🇮🇹

Nighttrains on oebb.at (Several Routes)

Reservation within the UK (by rvdbrgt)
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Reservation of Caledonian Sleeper (by rvdbrgt) 🇬🇧

Reservations for Trains in Spain (by rvdbrgt) 🇪🇸

Reservation for the International TGV/AVE France - Spain (by rvdbrgt) 🇲🇫🇪🇸

Reservations on the website of Hungarian Rail 🇭🇺

Reservations on the Website of Czech Rail 🇨🇿

Reservation on the Website of Swedish Rail 🇸🇪

 Reservations within Denmark + Denmark - Hamburg 

Domestic Reservations within Poland (just 30days in advance)


@rvdborgt  @AnnaB  many others and myself will try to keep this uptodate and help as much we can with  advices :)

Kind Regards.


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Several Italian Trains - I always  notice “tickets not available”
Via the ÖBB app / site is it not possible to get tickets/reservations - i.g.  Pisa - Florence.  
After entering in the website ‘discount’  and wanting to add a reservation only, I see for all the trains: “tickets not available”
Does that mean that we can enter the train with our Interrail card without a reservation? 
For the trip Milan - Padua we had to pay a reservation…
What is normal in Italy?

Hi, you have to click on one way ticket and not on only a seat (reservation). 

On that, you don’t need reservations for local trains on Pisa to Florence route. On this route don’t take long distance trains, because the ride is short. 

 

If you have questions, please ask them in a new topic, to not overload this one.

Several Italian Trains - I always  notice “tickets not available”
Via the ÖBB app / site is it not possible to get tickets/reservations - i.g.  Pisa - Florence.  
After entering in the website ‘discount’  and wanting to add a reservation only, I see for all the trains: “tickets not available”
Does that mean that we can enter the train with our Interrail card without a reservation? 
For the trip Milan - Padua we had to pay a reservation…
What is normal in Italy?


 

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@Ongong Please ask the question in an extra post and not here! Thanks.

hi, actually i m holding Eurail global mobile pass and i want to book seat reservation for attached journey, MARNE LA VALLEE CHESSY (France) to Schiphol Airport on 27/11, but it shows price unavailable. Nonetheless, i check from Thalys website ( as attached), the train is not full,

Q1) Can i go to Schiphol airport counter and reserve my seat when we reach on 17/11?

Q2) If i aldy secure seat for other timing, is it possible to change to another time slot? or seat reservation is not refundable & exchangeable? Thanks

 

 

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*EDIT - Having looked more carefully at my confirmation email, I’m not sure about this but the ticket collection *may* actually always be at the departure station. So if you made a booking for Thessalonike to Athens, and then another one from Athens to Kalampaka, you would need to collect the first ticket in Thessalonike before boarding, and the second in Athens before boarding. I don’t know how (if at all) this would work for boarding at minor unstaffed stations, but if you were to request such a booking that issue would probably be addressed in the email correspondence.

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To Make Reservations in Greece via Email

Train reservations in Greece are obligatory but completely free to make, not only for both 1st and 2nd class, but also for IC trains, ICE (Pendolino) trains, and long-term bus substitutions like Kiato - Patras and Drama - Xanthi.

While this is excellent and very refreshing compared to the seat reservation in other southern European countries, it is important not to abuse this service so that it remains available. Email bookings are probably only possible with Hellenic Train because of the simplicity of not having to conduct a formal transaction or process card details.

DO NOT book unless you are very sure that you will catch the train that you are requesting, and be very careful to enter all details correctly. (Basically, don’t rush it.)

(Please note that I don’t know how often others have booked using this method, or how successful it would be if attempted during peak season; but for now, this works)

First, go to hellenictrain.gr/en.

First, you need to decide which trains and seats you want. The interface on this page is a bit clunky, so without filling in the fields above, just click on the blue bar as shown.
Fill in the journey details from the drop-down boxes at the top of the page, then click Search. The most significant stations are displayed separately at the top of the list, then all the more minor stations, both sets being in Roman alphabetical order.
Select a service, then click Seat selection and passengers.
Now you can view seating options and availability. (If your journey involves a change of train, you may need to first click on the train icon on the left of the page to bring up this display.) Click on the coach numbers to see their seating plans; A1, A2 and A3 are 1st class, and the B coaches are of course 2nd.

Now make a note of your seating preferences and train details (including train number), and return to the homepage (hellenictrain.gr/en).

Click Contact.
Scroll about a third of the way down the page and click this link.
Now fill in this form, making sure all boxes marked with a red asterisk are completed.
In the Topic box, select Other and then put “Interrail seat reservation request” or similar in the box that will appear below.
Because this is designed as an incident form, you must enter a date, time, station and train number in the following boxes. If you like, you can enter the details of the train that you wish to reserve here, even though the date is in the future. (Note that the drop-down box of stations is in Greek alphabetical order.)
In the comments box, write a short message clearly stating your request(s); the train number, time, date, the numbers of your seat preferences, and the names of any other travellers you are booking for.
At the bottom of the page, it is very important that you change none under Contact by, to email. Otherwise your request may not receive a reply!
Also tick the box as indicated, which simply means you agree to the privacy policy.
Then click send!

Within a few days to a week, you should receive an email confirming your seat reservations, which you will need to collect the physical tickets for in person by showing your Interrail pass and passport at the ticket counter of a main Greek station. This email hopefully will not come from a No-Reply address, but if it does, and you need to get in contact with them again, cite the query number (“ID Δρομολόγιο”) that came with the automated receipt email immediately after you sent off the initial form.

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Ok thanks for the information. What I read here in the community is that they often say not possible even when it would be, but maybe Thalys and Eurostar can't be booked directly via SNCF call center? They can book other international destinations like to Barcelona or Germany. SNCF Call Center is something weard, do accept only some cards, sometimes they do not reserve seats, sometimes yes. 

@rvdborgt do you know something more about it?

My knowledge is the same. SNCF can book Thalys and Eurostar but it seems they often refuse to do so via the phone.

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Reservations for Eurostar and Thalys trains and TGV Brussel-France

 

Booking reservations for Eurostar and Thalys trains is possible via:

  • French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).

This isn’t a question so I hope any pollution of the thread will be forgiven!

I’m just posting to share my experience of calling this number, in order to advise prospective reservers that they may have a battle on their hands…

I rang this number today with four reservations to make; 2 for the Eurostar, 1 for Thalys and 1 for the SNCF Nice-Paris night train. The night train was the only booking it was possible to make. On two separate occasions I tried to read the call-handler the passage from the webpage that said “Want to call Eurostar or Thalys?” …. “If booking online … isn’t convenient, you can use this international line to do whatever you need from wherever you are”, but while he was very patient and polite, he simply would not accept that international bookings could be made on that number, and would not transfer me to a colleague, explaining several times that this was the number of the SNCF, which was the French national train operator and could be used for only TGV Inoui and Intercites.

Ok thanks for the information. What I read here in the community is that they often say not possible even when it would be, but maybe Thalys and Eurostar can't be booked directly via SNCF call center? They can book other international destinations like to Barcelona or Germany. SNCF Call Center is something weard, do accept only some cards, sometimes they do not reserve seats, sometimes yes. 

@rvdborgt do you know something more about it?

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Reservations for Eurostar and Thalys trains and TGV Brussel-France

 

Booking reservations for Eurostar and Thalys trains is possible via:

  • French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).

This isn’t a question so I hope any pollution of the thread will be forgiven!

I’m just posting to share my experience of calling this number, in order to advise prospective reservers that they may have a battle on their hands…

I rang this number today with four reservations to make; 2 for the Eurostar, 1 for Thalys and 1 for the SNCF Nice-Paris night train. The night train was the only booking it was possible to make. On two separate occasions I tried to read the call-handler the passage from the webpage that said “Want to call Eurostar or Thalys?” …. “If booking online … isn’t convenient, you can use this international line to do whatever you need from wherever you are”, but while he was very patient and polite, he simply would not accept that international bookings could be made on that number, and would not transfer me to a colleague, explaining several times that this was the number of the SNCF, which was the French national train operator and could be used for only TGV Inoui and Intercites.

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@rebublic Please create a new own topic with your question and you will get advice there. This thread is not for questions. 

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Hallo

Mein Name ist Rampi, Ich reise nächsten April 2023 mit dem Interrail Global Pass 3 Tage nach Paris 4 Tage London 4 Tage Brüssel und 4 Tage München start ist in Basel. Ich habe versucht gestern bei der SBB nur einen Sitzplatz zu reservieren für den Eurostar von Paris nach London am 17.4.2023 und die Strecke London-Brüssel am 21.4 aber er hatte kein Suchergebnis das gleiche auch auf der Interrail Webseite .

 Meine Frage

Ist es weil der Fahrplan von Eurostar noch nicht draussen ist oder weil alles schon ausgebucht ist obwohl erst 6 Monate vor Reise gebucht werden kann das alles ausgebucht ist nur Sitzplaätze?

| Könnt ihr mir Links geben wo ich nur Sitzplätze reservieren kann bsp bei Eurostar direkt?

Kann man bei Eurostar auswählen ob man 2eir Plätze oder 4 Plätze möchte ? Geht das auch am Schalter von SBB Sncf ?

Ich hoffe jemand kann mir eine Antwort geben 

 

 

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Reservations for trains Italy-France

 

Route Paris-Lyon-Turin-Milan:

There are two train operators that provide trains on the route Paris-Lyon-Turin-Milan.

SNCF with their TGV InOui trains (do not stop in Lyon)

Trenitalia with their Frecciarossa (for the moment Interrail/Eurail is not accepted in France)

 

Booking reservations for TGV InOui trains to/from Italy is possible via:

  • Interrail.eu/Eurail.com (2€ booking fee per person and train).
  • SNCB/NMBS ticket office or by phone
  • travel.b-europe website for national rides in France (4€ booking fee per booking, Pass Cover Number needed, request it here
  • French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).
  • SNCF Ticket Machines for rides in France
  • Swiss ticket office or by phone (delivery by postal mail).
  • NS International ticket office or by phone.

Costs:

  • International rides: 31€ in 2nd class and 45€ in 1st class.
  • National rides in France: 10€ or 20€ in both classes

          Interrail.eu/Eurail.com can only book 20€ reservations for the moment

  • National rides in Italy not possible. Use Frecciarossa or local trains instead.

 

How to avoid TGV InOui Paris-Milan trains on international trips:

  • Frecciarossa trains have sometimes lower ticket fares as the TGV reservation fees, look at Trenitalia.com.
  • Via Switzerland: use RE trains Milano-Ventimiglia (no reservations needed), EC trains (Milan-)Domodossola-Geneva (reservation compulsory only for rides from/to/in Italy except Domodossola-Switzerland), TER trains to Lyon (reservation not needed), TGV to Paris or other destinations (compulsory reservation).
  • Via Ventimiglia and Nice: (use Intercity trains (3€), Frecciabianca (10€) or Regionale Veloce (RE – reservation not needed) Milan-Genova-Ventimiglia. TER local trains Ventimiglia-Nice (reservation not needed). TGV trains Nice-Paris (compulsory reservation).
  • Via Mont-Blanc-Express scenic railway: use RE trains Milano-Ventimiglia (no reservations needed), EC trains (Milan-)Domodossola-Geneva or via local trains via Brig till Martigny (reservation compulsory only for rides from/to/in Italy except Domodossola-Switzerland), from Martigny trains Martigny- Le Châtelard Frontière – Chamonix Mont-Blanc, TGV trains Chamonix Mont-Blanc – Paris (compulsory reservation) or TER local trains to Annecy and Lyon and from there TGV high speed trains.

 

Route Italy-Ventimiglia-Monaco-Nice:

there are no direct trains on this route, you can use:

  • Milan-Genova-Ventimiglia Intercity trains (3€ reservation), Frecciabianca (10€ reservation) or Regionale Veloce (RE/RV – reservation not needed) trains and TER local trains Ventimiglia-Nice (reservation not needed).
  • Rome-Pisa-Cinque Terre-Genova-Ventimiglia Intercity trains (3€ reservation) and TER local trains Ventimiglia-Nice (reservation not needed)
  • Turin-Cuneo-Tende-Nice local trains (no direct service, you have to change in Cuneo and Tende or Ventimiglia). Reservation not needed.

Reservations for Italian trains can be booked online via Interrail.eu/Eurail.com (+2€ per person and train) or via Austrian Railways ÖBB (no booking fee) using this steps.

 

 

If you have questions, please ask them in a new topic, to not overload this one.

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Reservations for TGV Lyria

 

Booking reservations for TGV Lyria trains is possible via:

  • Interrail.eu/Eurail.com (2€ booking fee per person and train).
  • SNCB/NMBS ticket office or by phone
  • travel.b-europe website for national rides in France (4€ booking fee per booking, Pass Cover Number needed, request it here
  • French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).
  • SNCF Ticket Machines for rides in France
  • Swiss ticket office or by phone (delivery by postal mail).
  • NS International ticket office or by phone.

Costs:

  • International rides: 37€ in 2nd class and 70€ in 1st class. (prices by seat61, Interrail.eu says 29€ or 57€, but I can’t check this via the reservation service)
  • National rides in France: 10€ or 20€ in both classes

Interrail.eu/Eurail.com can only book 20€ reservations for the moment

  • National rides in Switzerland: reservation not needed and not possible

 

Reservations for International rides are quota-controlled, so you can book only some seats that are for pass users.

This trains can be used in Switzerland without reservations. In France there is a compulsory reservation, but all seats can be booked by pass holders.

 

How to avoid the high reservation costs of TGV Lyria trains on international trips:

  • From/to Geneva/Lousanne: use TER local trains Geneva-Lyon (reservation not needed and not possible) and from there many TGVs run to Paris and other French and international destinations (compulsory reservation).
  • From/to Zürich/Basel: use TER local trains to Mulhouse or Strasbourg (reservation not needed and not possible) and from there TGV/ICE trains to Paris or other French destinations (compulsory reservation)

 

If you have questions, please ask them in a new topic, to not overload this one.

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Reservations for TGV/ICE DB-SNCF Cooperation, TGV to Freiburg and TGV to Luxembourg

 

All TGV and ICE trains between France and Germany are run by this cooperation except TGV to Freiburg and Thalys trains to Cologne (how to book Thalys look here)

 

Booking reservations for TGV/ICE DB-SNCF Cooperation trains is possible via:

  • Interrail.eu/Eurail.com (2€ booking fee per person and train).
  • Deutsche Bahn Ticket Offices or by phone
  • SNCF French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).
  • SNCF Ticket Machines for rides in France
  • SNCB/NMBS ticket office or by phone
  • travel.b-europe website for national rides in France (4€ booking fee per booking, Pass Cover Number needed, request it here
  • Swiss ticket office or by phone (delivery by postal mail).
  • NS International ticket office or by phone.

Costs:

  • International rides: 13€ in 2nd class and 30€ in 1st class.
  • International rides booking via DB costs 16€ in 2nd class
  • National rides in France: 10€ or 20€
  • National rides in Germany: reservation not needed and optional

Interrail.eu/Eurail.com can only book 20€ national reservations in France for the moment

Reservations for International rides are quota-controlled, so you can book only some seats that are for pass users.

This trains can be used in Germany without reservations. In France there is a compulsory reservation, but all seats can be booked by pass holders.

 

How to avoid TGV/ICE trains on international trips:

Use TGV/ICE trains to Strasbourg and reservation free regional trains Strasbourg to Offenheim from there ICE/IC/EC/ECE trains of DB (reservation optional).

 

 

TGV trains France-Luxembourg and TGV France-Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany) booking possible via:

  • Interrail.eu (2€ booking fee per person and train)
  • French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).
  • SNCB/NMBS ticket office or by phone
  • travel.b-europe website for national rides in France (4€ booking fee per booking, Pass Cover Number needed, request it here
  • CFL ticket office for TGV Luxembourg-France
  • Swiss ticket office or by phone (delivery by postal mail).
  • NS International ticket office or by phone.

Costs:

  • TGV to/from Luxembourg 6€ in all classes
  • TGV to/from Freiburg 10€ or 20€

 

If you have questions, please ask them in a new topic, to not overload this one.

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Reservations for Eurostar and Thalys trains and TGV Brussel-France

 

Booking reservations for Eurostar and Thalys trains is possible via:

  • Interrail.eu (2€ booking fee per person and train).
  • B-Europe website (4€ booking fee per booking, Pass Cover Number needed, request it here), SNCB/NMBS ticket office or by phone
  • NS International ticket office or by phone.
  • French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).
  • Swiss ticket office or by phone (delivery by postal mail).
  • Thalys Call Centre for Thalys trains by phone (+ 9 EUR booking fee)

 

Reservation costs:

  • Eurostar: 30 EUR in Standard (2nd class) and 38 EUR Standard premier (1st class). 
  • Eurostar to/from Amsterdam and Rotterdam: 35 EUR Standard and 43 EUR Standard premier
  • Thalys: Paris - Belgium and Germany - Belgium
    2nd class “standard”: €25, 1st class “comfort”: €25

  • Thalys: Paris - Germany and Paris - Netherlands
    2nd class “standard”: €30, 1st class “comfort”: €30

  • Thalys: Lille - Belgium - Netherlands
    2nd class “standard”: €20, 1st class “comfort”: €20

Business Premier (Eurostar) and Premium (Thalys) can’t be booked by pass holder.

 

These reservations are quota-controlled, so you can book only some seats that are for pass users.

  • If a Thalys train is not completely full, you can buy a reservation before entering the train at the train manager, also when the pass quota is full. (Passengers on the route Brussel-Collogne tell this possibility. If also other routes are possible not known). 

How to avoid Thalys trains:

  • Use reservation free Intercity (direct) Brussel-Antwerp-Rotterdam-Schiphol Airport-Amsterdam. They run hourly.
  • Use ICE trains (optional reservation – see overview for Germany) between Brussel-Liege-Aachen-Cologne (they often have cancellations or delays, have as plan b to use IC trains to Verviers and from there L trains to Aachen and from there RE trains to Cologne.)
  • Use TGV trains (reservation compulsory) Paris-Lille and from Lille Flanders local trains to Belgium

How to avoid Eurostar trains: Use busses via Eurotunnel (not in pass network), or ships from England to mainland Europe (conditions apply).

 

TGV trains Brussel-France booking possible via:

  • Interrail.eu (2€ booking fee per person and train)
  • b-europe website for TGV services Brussel - Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy (Disneyland Paris) and Brussel - Aéroport Charles de Gaulle TGV (Paris CDG Airport) (4€ booking fee per booking, Pass Cover Number needed, request it here
  • travel.b-europe website for national rides in France (4€ booking fee per booking, Pass Cover Number needed, request it here
  • SNCB/NMBS ticket office or by phone
  • Via French railways ticket office or by phone (press #85 for English, no booking fee, delivery via e-mail).
  • Via a Swiss ticket office or by phone (delivery by postal mail).
  • Via NS International ticket office or by phone.

cost: 20 Euro 2nd class and 30 Euro first class

 

If you have questions, please ask them in a new topic, to not overload this one.

Excellent thread.  Starting new one.

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By READing above-and als READ: do NOT MISuse this long thread by individual questions. Start new line-or: ALL questions of 1st time users have been posted many times before. Just search.

Hi, please can you help! I want to make a reservation to get from london to paris on monday! How do i do this?

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Did they buy them by phone or in the train station?

Train station. Also needed multiple attempts before someone knew how to do it. If you would like to discuss further, I suggest you open a new topic. This topic is meant for tutorials and information about where and how to get certain reservations.

Did they buy them by phone or in the train station?  The Deutche Bahn representative went into the system with the train numbers I provided and was unable to make the booking.  As it took, cumulatively, several hours to research the phoning option and actually reach someone (37 minute wait to have my call answered) just want to warn anyone pressed for time that it was a fruitless journey for me.  

 

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Hello all, just to update this information, neither Deutsche Bahn or Swiss Rail are able to assist in purchasing domestic train tickets in Spain.  Both representatives explained that you were once able to do so, but that it is no longer the case as of July 2022.

I read a message from someone who successfully bought reservations for Spain in Germany yesterday. So I'm not sure at all that your information is correct. There can be multiple reasons why making a reservation fails.

Reservations for Spanish domestic trains

 

Booking reservations for Spanish domestic trains is not possible online. You can buy them:

  • At a Spanish ticket office
  • Possibly at Lisboa Santa Apolónia (They're reported to have a Spanish system there. Please let me know if you can confirm.)
  • At a Deutsche Bahn ticket office. You need to provide the train number.
  • Via Deutsche Bahn by phone (+49 30 2970 or directly to the English line +49 30 311682904). Collect at a DB ticket machine or receive via post (€5.90 per order). You need to provide the train number.
  • Via a Swiss ticket office or by phone (scroll down to Switzerland). Unknown if reservations can be sent via e-mail. Send me a message if you find out.
  • Via RENFE by phone, with limitations, see this page (scroll down to Spain). Reservation must be collected in Spain.

The good thing is that these reservations are not quota-controlled, so you can book seats until the train is full.
Train numbers can be looked up via www.raileurope.com or in the DB planner (if RENFE have sent their data), but not too long in advance, since RENFE don't always publish their timetables a long time in advance.

Hello all, just to update this information, neither Deutsche Bahn or Swiss Rail are able to assist in purchasing domestic train tickets in Spain.  Both representatives explained that you were once able to do so, but that it is no longer the case as of July 2022.  

 

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Domestic Reservations within Poland can be booked just 30days in advance on 
 Intercity.pl 

PKP´s own Manual (thanks for the Link Rian)

You can reserve domestic Journey´s on Intercity.pl Reservations for TLK and IC and EIC (Eurocity) cost 1Zloty arround 25 cents. 
Reservations for EIP the Highspeedtrains (sometimes not much faster) cost 40Zloty arround 10€  

 

Select your domestic Route in Poland within the next 30days. 
Select your connection Here you can see that the EIP (Highspeedtrain) is not much faster click finally on choose 
You get this menu please select how many travelers will travel with a discount and how many will use a normal fare. Next step select the discount from the Drop down menu



 

Finally add your Name and the Number of Your railpass either Digitalone or PassCoverNumber here you see the 1zloty reservation for the EIP it would be 40Zloty
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DSB Udland Page to reserve trains in Denmark + the Intercities to Hamburg 

 

Here select your Route just note you can reserve just within Denmark and the trains to Hamburg
Select your connection the direct trains cost you 30kr  the connections with a change cost 60krs 🙂 For a Reservation in 1st class you need a 1st class pass. 

 

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Hello. I’m trying to do this but “I want a reservation only” doesn’t appear :/ how is it necessary to do?

Please open your own topic, so we don't "pollute” this tutorial thread with questions and problems.

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