Might go with InterRail. Needs Questions answered!
StripeK @ 11-01-2009 18:03
Hello, my name's Emil and i'm a 18 year old male from Sweden.
I'm planning to make a major trip around western europe this summer with Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, London, Manchester and Dublin as my targets. And since i've never gone with InterRail before, i'm curious about some things.
Oh, and i might mention i plan to by the 22 days Pass.
So, my first question. Let's say it's Day 1. I'm going from Copenhagen to Berlin. Would I be able to jump on the nearest going train to Berlin or would i be required to book seats for that trip?
Is the InterRail pass valid on local transports like citybuses, subways etc?
And last but not least, Will InterRail provide with information such as how long a traintrip will take from a destination to another?
Pete @ 12-01-2009 15:21
hej Emil ... 🙂
here are the answers:
1) normally you just jump in a train and use it. but on some trains you need a supplement... often this are high-speed-trains:
or night trains:
for your travel to Berlin I recommend you this cheap night train (Malmö to Berlin) which you have to book in advance:
2) no... as local transport companies are not owned by the rail companies of the different European countries - and InterRail is a rail ticket. 😶
3) here you can find all European train schedules and find out the travel times, distances and so on:
all the best, Peter 🙂
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