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  • 29 April 2024
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Hello, 

 

Last year I could easily reserve a seat for trains in Poland via the Interrail website. Now I can't do anything at all. does anyone have any tips?

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Best answer by ralderton 29 April 2024, 06:30

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Booking with Interrail is always more expensive as they do add a booking fee. Why not book directly? 

https://www.intercity.pl/en/

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You can make domestic reservations on intercity.pl, following the instructions here:

https://www.seat61.com/interrail-and-eurail-reservations.htm#Poland

Reservations only open 30 days before travel. 

Instructions for international trains depend on the destination, details on the same page.

Booking with Interrail is always more expensive as they do add a booking fee. Why not book directly? 

https://www.intercity.pl/en/

I follow the instructions. But i never see the option that i can choose i have a interrail. 

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Booking with Interrail is always more expensive as they do add a booking fee. Why not book directly? 

https://www.intercity.pl/en/

I follow the instructions. But i never see the option that i can choose i have a interrail. 

Did you see these instructions?

https://www.seat61.com/interrail-and-eurail-reservations.htm#How_to_make_reservation_at_the_Polish_Railways_website

Hi, I don't know if this could help but I contacted PKP customer service a few days ago because even if I followed the procedere the Interrail discount didn't appear and this is the answer I received:
"On behalf of PKP Intercity S.A. thank you very much for your correspondence.

I would like to kindly inform you that for the Interrail ticket you can book a seat through https://www.interrail.eu/en or you have to go to the international ticket office at the train station."

Hi, I don't know if this could help but I contacted PKP customer service a few days ago because even if I followed the procedere the Interrail discount didn't appear and this is the answer I received:
"On behalf of PKP Intercity S.A. thank you very much for your correspondence.

I would like to kindly inform you that for the Interrail ticket you can book a seat through https://www.interrail.eu/en or you have to go to the international ticket office at the train station."

It's indeed possible to book with them. Here you do see a screenshot from PKP IC's booking page with Interrail as discount:

 

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