I am planning to do an Europe Trip with roughly this route: Berlin-Vienna-Prague-Budapest-Ljubljana-Florence-Rome-Naples-Nicce-Barcelona-Paris-Amsterdam-Copenhagen
I have two questions concerning my Interrail Trip:
The first one is about reservations. I am planning to do the trip during March to May and I am pretty sure that it won´t be such a big issue to make reservations for various trains spontaneously e.g. at the train stations (mainly Italy, Spain and France as reservations are most of the time obligatory in these countries). As I a not travelling during summer, it is possbile to book reservations spontaneously as trains are not that busy during off-season/spring am I right? Nevertheless, I have read a lot about the problem that sometimes reservartions need to be printed out and this would be quite difficult to do if you are already in another country. Sadly, I found no answer to that question:)
The second one is about the outbound/inbound rule: I planned to visit Copenhagen as my last destination. I want to go from Amsterdam to Copenhagen, but then I realized that the only way is logically through Germany. This would mean that I have to pay the trains from Germany to Copenhagen (and back to Germany) seperately as I already used the Outbound trip to leave Germany and the Inbound Trip to travel from Amsterdam to Germany or is there any exception rule as Germany is only a transition country that I visit to get to Denmark?
I am doing such a trip for the first time and I have the impression, that as more as I think about it, the more questions concerning the trip come to my head .
Thank you for your help
Best answer by rvdborgtView original