Travelling international on Interrail ONE country pass

mattspeak @ 04-03-2009 12:04


We're thinking of using interrail to get from budapest to novi sad, serbia for the EXIT festival.

a: Would we need to buy both countries for the one journey??
b: As this is going to be really busy, would we need to book our seat?

Silly Q i know, but its not clear on the website.

Thanks in advance,

Matthew 🙂

SiDUDe @ 04-03-2009 13:13

if your just going from budapest to novi sad and back, buying normal tickets will be cheaper.

Yes, it is going to be really busy, no you cannot reserve seats (and even if you can it wont work, its THAT busy people will be stood on top of you).

Take some beers and enjoy it!

mattspeak @ 05-03-2009 18:26

haha awesome, do they ever refuse you entrance or is i just pile em high??

SiDUDe @ 05-03-2009 22:27

its pretty much a free for all from what ive heard - i came down from zagreb last year which was a bit more civilised, but friends did the budapest train. Its a bit infamous. If you can get down a few days earlier you still might be alive when the festival starts :P

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