Exceptions to InterRail Pass

bumchicken @ 08-06-2008 18:08

I've seen a lot of threads with information about services on which you have to pay a supplement, but are there any rail companies/routes which do NOT accept InterRail passes at all as a valid method of purchasing a ticket?

If so, what are these? Just so I know to watch out for them when planning my route...

Pete @ 11-06-2008 09:42

hej hej ...

there are some companies offering special tourist trains ... but normally you always get an InterRail discount or at least a student discount.

if you use the following link to find your train routes, always have a look if it is mentioned bellow the train description special price.
if yes, have a look on https://rail.cc/en/interrail-train-reservation and you will find the details (at least such I know . and I tried my best!) ... 🙂
https://rail.cc/en/search-interrail-route

it is hard to find such special trains ...!

I hope this helps a little bit... 🙂
Peter


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