RobertPighills @ 14-08-2018 20:24
I’m trying to book a reservation on the train from Zagreb to Belgrade on the 21/08 but can’t do it using the Interrail website and can’t find the train on Trainline.
Is it possible for me to get the train without a reservation? If not is it possible for me to make my reservation when in Zagreb?
Quenzon @ 14-08-2018 21:57
which train would you like to take? There are two connections, at 11:06 (daytime, EN 415) and 23:44 (overnight, D 411).
In any case, I would buy the reservation locally at Zagreb station, as early as possible. As far as I know, you need a reservation for either train, so I wouldn't just risk it and hop on. I'm not 100% sure this is the case, but better safe than sorry.
Have a nice trip!
Peter.Freisberg @ 16-08-2018 12:44
Trainline https://rail.shop/trainline only sells train tickets in "Western" Europe, therefore they usually do not have trains in Croatia and Serbia in their schedule tool. Try https://plan.rail.cc or Croatian railways https://rail.shop/hzpp for example - but for this train Serbian railways website is also a good choice (fill in "Beograd" for Belgrade): https://rail.shop/sv
As much as I know, the day train Quenzon already mentioned should be free of reservation with Interrail - but better ask locally (dep 11:06 / arr 17:27). Night train information (reservation required) is here: https://rail.cc/en/interrail-night-train/villach-belgrade-d-315-411/174
Flo @ 17-08-2018 14:56
Yeah, ask locally about a possible compulsory reservation - there have been different accounts during the last years whether a reservation is needed or not.
Anyway, it is absolutely sufficient to get a reservation (compulsory or not) locally at the station.
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