Eurail train reservations
Société Nationale des Chemins de fer français (SNCF)
Eurail and Intercités (IC). How to buy a reservation or can I travel for free. Train information, photos and videos.
Buy your reservation online via the following link. If not available, please use an other reservation option.
Buy your reservation online via the company ACPRail, a rail travel specialist since more than 20 years. If not available, please use an other reservation option.
Buy the reservation at a railway station. Reservations are usually available at stations in all countries where a particular train runs through. In many countries, especially in central and eastern Europe you can also buy reservations for trains in other countries. In some countries (for instance in the Netherlands or Spain) you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter.
Intercités are long distance trains in France running on the conventional lines (unlike TGV trains who also run on high speed lines) throughout the country. A variety of trains is used for these services, usually having comfortable seats in 2nd and 1st class with air-condition. Plugs are not common on these services.
Please also have a look at the "Intercités ex Teoz" train type for details on the services with compulsory reservation on the lines from Paris to Clermont-Ferrand, Limoges and Toulouse as well as from Nice via Marseille and Toulouse to Bordeaux.
reservation possible but not required
2nd class: EUR 1,50
1st class: EUR 2
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