A few important questions...

littlezazz @ 28-01-2009 18:49

hey everyone,
planning to get a 22-day 10 journey ticket to go round western and central europe with, but i need some answers to a couple of things that are confusing me a little...

i know i cant use the interail ticket in my home country (england), but can I go from st pancras international to paris as one of my journeys or will I have to buy that separately?


can i go from amsterdam to st pancras or will i have to go via brussels?

SiDUDe @ 28-01-2009 19:42

youll have to by a eurostar ticket seperatly - and as theres not much difference between the interrail suppliment and the cheapest single ticket (£40 I think) thats not too much of a problem. It would probably be cheaper to go via Dover though.

To get to the Dam you will have to change in Brussells. Make sure you get on a normal train, dont bother with the Thalys as its a €15 suppliment and hardly any faster. I think the trains between Brussels and Dam are once every 1 or 2 hours.

littlezazz @ 28-01-2009 19:50

ok cheers. will probably get the dover calais ferry in tht case

NillerDK @ 02-02-2009 12:51

Read up on the airline prices. I met a lot of brits who flew with Ryaniar because it was cheaper than the Eurostar.

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