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  • April 15, 2019 20:20
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland by Jeff to If you'll be staying in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow">London</a> for multiple days and you'll be using public transit to get around, you'd want to consider purchasing either the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/london-travel-card-8327" rel="nofollow">London Travel Card</a>' or the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/visitor-oyster-card-8331" rel="nofollow">Visitor Oyster Card</a>', both of which would cover public transit networks in the city, including the Tube, London Overground, and city buses.<br /><br />To purchase the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/london-travel-card-8327" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/london-travel-card-8327">London Travel Card</a>' you would click here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/pass/london-travel-card-8327" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/pass/london-travel-card-8327">http://www.raileurope.com/pass/london...</a><br /><br />To purchase the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/visitor-oyster-card-8331" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/visitor-oyster-card-8331">Visitor Oyster Card</a>' you would click here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/pass/visitor-oyster-card-8331" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/pass/visitor-oyster-card-8331">http://www.raileurope.com/pass/visito...</a><br /><br />To browse other city passes for a stay in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow">London</a>, you would click here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=England&amp;cities=cities-737" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=England&amp;cities=cities-737">http://www.raileurope.com/train-ticke...</a>.
  • April 15, 2019 20:19
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland by Jeff to Hi Joanne,<br /><br />For this itinerary, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> would likely be your most economical option. For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a>, you would click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880</a>.<br /><br />For that much travel, I would recommend purchasing your pass for 1st class.<br /><br />For travel with a rail pass, you would purchase reservations by searching a route on our homepage (<a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwwraileuropecom">www.raileurope.com</a>), checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail Global Pass’).<br /><br /><b><u>Rome to Florence with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />From <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/rome" rel="nofollow">Rome</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow">Florence</a>, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Frecciarossa</a> or <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Frecciargento</a> train. These trains require reservations as a supplement to the pass. Generally, trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-florence" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-florence">Rome to Florence</a> can only be reserved within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />On this route, there are also Italo trains, which are privately operated trains that do not accept rail passes. Therefore, you would want to be sure to choose one of the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Frecciarossa</a> or <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587">Frecciargento</a> trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence to Mürren with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The gateway to Mürren is <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Interlaken</a>. Eurail Passes are not valid beyond <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken">Interlaken</a> on the way to Mürren.<br /><br />Connections from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow">Florence</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Interlaken</a> take about 5.5 to 6 hours in duration and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/milan" rel="nofollow">Milan</a> and then once in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/spiez" rel="nofollow">Spiez</a>.<br /><br />On the segment from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence">Florence</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/milan" rel="nofollow">Milan</a>, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590">Frecciarossa</a> train. These trains do require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/milan" rel="nofollow">Milan</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/spiez" rel="nofollow">Spiez</a> are <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-international-trains-7561" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/train/italian-international-trains-7561">EuroCity</a> trains, which also require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/spiez" rel="nofollow">Spiez</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken">Interlaken</a> do not accept reservations, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />When checking schedules on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow">our site</a>, you would piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-milan" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-milan">Florence to Milan</a>, another search for connecting trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/milan-spiez" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Milan to Spiez</a>, and then another search for connecting trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/spiez-interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/train-tickets/journeys/article/spiez-interlaken">Spiez to Interlaken</a>.<br /><br />For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-milan" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Florence-Milan</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/milan-spiez" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/milan-spiez">Milan-Spiez</a> segments, you would just have to be sure to check the ‘I have a rail pass’ box when doing these searches (since these trains require reservations). Generally, these trains can be reserved once within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/spiez-interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Spiez to Interlaken</a> segment, you would have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked to access the schedules.<br /><br />From <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Interlaken</a>, there are 2 different routes you can take to get to Mürren; one that goes via a cable car to Grütschalp and another that goes via a bus to Stechelberg.<br /><br />The Grütschalp route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-'Grütschalpbahn' cable car from Lauterbrunnen to Grütschalp<br />-'Mürrenbahn' train from Grütschalp to Mürren<br /><br />The Stechelberg route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-Bus from Lauterbrunnen to Stechelberg<br />-'Schilthornbahn’ cable cars from Stechelberg to Gimmelwald and Gimmelwald to Mürren<br /><br />Since the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> is not valid beyond <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> on the way to Mürren, these tickets would be purchased locally. With that said, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> should enable you to receive a 25% discount, so be sure to mention that you have the pass when you go to purchase these tickets.<br /><br /><b><u>Mürren to London with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />For travel from Mürren to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow">London</a>, you would first have to get back to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken">Interlaken</a> by way of one of those routes between Mürren and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken">Interlaken</a> that I described above. Once again, be sure to mention that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> when you purchase these tickets so that you can receive a 25% discount.<br /><br />The validity of your rail pass would then begin once you get to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken">Interlaken</a>. Connections from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Interlaken</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow">London</a> take just over 9 hours in duration at least and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/basel" rel="nofollow">Basel</a> and then once in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> (where you'll also need to transfer between different stations).<br /><br />On trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken">Interlaken</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/basel" rel="nofollow">Basel</a>, reservations are not necessary at all, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />From <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/basel" rel="nofollow">Basel</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a>, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/tgv-lyria-7535" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">TGV Lyria</a> train, on which the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> would enable you to receive a 'Pass 2' fare for reservations.<br /><br />Trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow">London</a> are high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/eurostar-7514" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/train/eurostar-7514">Eurostar</a>, on which reservations would again be required as a supplement to a rail pass.<br /><br />When trying to access these schedules on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow">our website</a>, you would again need to piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/interlaken-basel" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/interlaken-basel">Interlaken to Basel</a>, another search for connecting trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/basel-paris" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Basel to Paris</a>, and then another search from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/paris-londres" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/paris-londres">Paris to London</a>.<br /><br />For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/basel-paris" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/train-tickets/journeys/article/basel-paris">Basel-Paris</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/paris-londres" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/paris-londres">Paris-London</a> segments, be sure to check the 'I have a rail pass' box, so that you can purchase the necessary passholder reservations. Generally, the trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/basel" rel="nofollow">Basel</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris">Paris</a> can be reserved once within 90-120 days of an intended departure date, while the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/eurostar-7514" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurostar</a> from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/london">London</a> can be booked 6 to 9 months in advance of a departure.<br /><br />When you pull up the results of these searches, you will see that the trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/basel" rel="nofollow">Basel</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris">Paris</a> arrive into the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/place/paris-gare-de-lyon">Gare de Lyon station</a> in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a>, while the trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow">London</a> depart from the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-du-nord" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Nord station</a>. To commute from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/place/paris-gare-de-lyon">Gare de Lyon</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-du-nord" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Nord</a>, you would take Line D of Paris's RER commuter rail network. The RER from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon">Gare de Lyon</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-du-nord" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-du-nord">Nord</a> only takes about 8 minutes and departs once every 7-15 minutes throughout the day, but I would still recommend allowing yourself at least 1 to 1.5 hours to transfer between stations. You would pay to board the RER locally when you’re there.<br /><br /><b><u>London to Dublin with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />As of this year, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is now valid in the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/united-kingdom" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/united-kingdom">United Kingdom</a>. If you don't fly from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/london">London</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/dublin" rel="nofollow">Dublin</a>, you can use your <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> to take a train from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow">London</a> to Holyhead, where you can catch a ferry that would take you to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/dublin" rel="nofollow">Dublin</a>.<br /><br />On trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/london" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/london">London</a> to Holyhead, reservations are recommended as a supplement to the rail pass. However, passholder reservations for trains in the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/united-kingdom" rel="nofollow">UK</a> are only able to be purchased locally when you're there. You can purchase the reservations by going to the ticket window in the station and mentioning that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a>. For trains in the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/united-kingdom" rel="nofollow">UK</a>, reservations are only recommended on individual trains that take over 2.5 hours in duration.<br /><br />For a trip from London to Holyhead, you can still use the route search feature on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow">our homepage</a> just to view the schedules; you would just have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked for them to display.<br /><br />Tickets for the Holyhead-Dublin ferries can only be purchased locally when you're there. The operating companies for these ferries are 'Stena Line' and 'Irish Ferries'.<br /><br /><b><u>Ireland rail with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is also valid in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/ireland" rel="nofollow">Ireland</a>. Therefore, you can use the pass there, too, if there any other trips you want to make. On trains in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/ireland" rel="nofollow">Ireland</a>, reservations are not needed, so the pass would be all you'd need to board..
  • April 15, 2019 20:03
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland by Jeff to Hi Joanne,<br /><br />For this itinerary, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> would likely be your most economical option. For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a>, you would click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880</a>.<br /><br />For that much travel, I would recommend purchasing your pass for 1st class.<br /><br />For travel with a rail pass, you would purchase reservations by searching a route on our homepage (<a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwwraileuropecom">www.raileurope.com</a>), checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail Global Pass’).<br /><br /><b><u>Rome to Florence with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />From Rome to Florence, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Frecciarossa</a> or <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow">Frecciargento</a> train. These trains require reservations as a supplement to the pass. Generally, trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/rome-florence" rel="nofollow">Rome to Florence</a> can only be reserved within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />On this route, there are also Italo trains, which are privately operated trains that do not accept rail passes. Therefore, you would want to be sure to choose one of the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Frecciarossa</a> or <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Frecciargento</a> trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence to Mürren with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The gateway to Mürren is <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a>. Eurail Passes are not valid beyond <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> on the way to Mürren.<br /><br />Connections from Florence to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> take about 5.5 to 6 hours in duration and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in Milan and then once in Spiez.<br /><br />On the segment from Florence to Milan, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590">Frecciarossa</a> train. These trains do require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from Milan to Spiez are <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-international-trains-7561" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/train/italian-international-trains-7561">EuroCity</a> trains, which also require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from Spiez to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> do not accept reservations, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />When checking schedules, you would piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-milan" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-milan">Florence to Milan</a>, another search for connecting trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/milan-spiez" rel="nofollow">Milan to Spiez</a>, and then another search for connecting trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/spiez-interlaken" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/spiez-interlaken">Spiez to Interlaken</a>.<br /><br />For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/florence-milan" rel="nofollow">Florence-Milan</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/milan-spiez" rel="nofollow">Milan-Spiez</a> segments, you would just have to be sure to check the ‘I have a rail pass’ box when doing these searches (since these trains require reservations). Generally, these trains can be reserved once within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/spiez-interlaken" rel="nofollow">Spiez to Interlaken</a> segment, you would have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked to access the schedules.<br /><br />From <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a>, there are 2 different routes you can take to get to Mürren; one that goes via a cable car to Grütschalp and another that goes via a bus to Stechelberg.<br /><br />The Grütschalp route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-'Grütschalpbahn' cable car from Lauterbrunnen to Grütschalp<br />-'Mürrenbahn' train from Grütschalp to Mürren<br /><br />The Stechelberg route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-Bus from Lauterbrunnen to Stechelberg<br />-'Schilthornbahn’ cable cars from Stechelberg to Gimmelwald and Gimmelwald to Mürren<br /><br />Since the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> is not valid beyond Interlaken on the way to Mürren, these tickets would be purchased locally. With that said, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> should enable you to receive a 25% discount, so be sure to mention that you have the pass when you go to purchase these tickets.<br /><br /><b><u>Mürren to London with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />For travel from Mürren to London, you would first have to get back to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> by way of one of those routes between Mürren and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> that I described above. Once again, be sure to mention that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> when you purchase these tickets so that you can receive a 25% discount.<br /><br />The validity of your rail pass would then begin once you get to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a>. Connections from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> to London take just over 9 hours in duration at least and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in Basel and then once in Paris (where you'll also need to transfer between different stations).<br /><br />On trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/interlaken" rel="nofollow">Interlaken</a> to Basel, reservations are not necessary at all, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />From Basel to Paris, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/tgv-lyria-7535" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">TGV Lyria</a> train, on which the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> would enable you to receive a 'Pass 2' fare for reservations.<br /><br />Trains from Paris to London are high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/eurostar-7514" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/eurostar-7514">Eurostar</a>, on which reservations would again be required as a supplement to a rail pass.<br /><br />When trying to access these schedules on our website, you would again need to piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/interlaken-basel" rel="nofollow">Interlaken to Basel</a>, another search for connecting trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/basel-paris" rel="nofollow">Basel to Paris</a>, and then another search from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/paris-londres" rel="nofollow">Paris to London</a>.<br /><br />For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/basel-paris" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/basel-paris">Basel-Paris</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/paris-londres" rel="nofollow">Paris-London</a> segments, be sure to check the 'I have a rail pass' box, so that you can purchase the necessary passholder reservations. Generally, the trains from Basel to Paris can be reserved once within 90-120 days of an intended departure date, while the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/eurostar-7514" rel="nofollow">Eurostar</a> from Paris to London can be booked 6 to 9 months in advance of a departure.<br /><br />When you pull up the results of these searches, you will see that the trains from Basel to Paris arrive into the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon">Gare de Lyon station</a> in Paris, while the trains from Paris to London depart from the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-du-nord" rel="nofollow">Nord station</a>. To commute from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon">Gare de Lyon</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-du-nord" rel="nofollow">Nord</a>, you would take Line D of Paris's RER commuter rail network. The RER from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-de-lyon" rel="nofollow">Gare de Lyon</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-gare-du-nord" rel="nofollow">Nord</a> only takes about 8 minutes and departs once every 7-15 minutes throughout the day, but I would still recommend allowing yourself at least 1 to 1.5 hours to transfer between stations. You would pay to board the RER locally when you’re there.<br /><br /><b><u>London to Dublin with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />As of this year, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> is now valid in the United Kingdom. If you don't fly from London to Dublin, you can use your <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> to take a train from London to Holyhead, where you can catch a ferry that would take you to Dublin.<br /><br />On trains from London to Holyhead, reservations are recommended as a supplement to the rail pass. However, passholder reservations for trains in the UK are only able to be purchased locally when you're there. You can purchase the reservations by going to the ticket window in the station and mentioning that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a>. For trains in the UK, reservations are only recommended on individual trains that take over 2.5 hours in duration.<br /><br />For a trip from London to Holyhead, you can still use the route search feature on our homepage just to view the schedules; you would just have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked for them to display.<br /><br />Tickets for the Holyhead-Dublin ferries can only be purchased locally when you're there. The operating companies for these ferries are 'Stena Line' and 'Irish Ferries'.<br /><br /><b><u>Ireland rail with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is also valid in Ireland. Therefore, you can use the pass there, too, if there any other trips you want to make. On trains in Ireland, reservations are not needed, so the pass would be all you'd need to board..
  • April 15, 2019 19:25
    Jeff
    Changed title of BEST WAY TO TRAVEL 4 COUNTRIES by Joanne Day to Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland.
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  • April 15, 2019 19:25
    Jeff
    Changed description of THIS FALL WE ARE TRAVELING FROM ROME TO FLORENCE, THEN TO MURREN SWITZERLAND, THEN TO LONDON AND LASTLY IRELAND. IS THE GLOBAL EURAIL PASS THE BEST WAY TO GO? SHOULD WE FLY FROM ENGLAND TO IRELAND? <br /> THANKS EVERYONE. by Joanne Day to THIS FALL WE ARE TRAVELING FROM ROME TO FLORENCE, THEN TO MURREN SWITZERLAND, THEN TO LONDON AND LASTLY IRELAND. IS THE GLOBAL EURAIL PASS THE BEST WAY TO GO? SHOULD WE FLY FROM ENGLAND TO IRELAND? THANKS EVERYONE..
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  • April 15, 2019 19:23
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland by Jeff to In each of the other cities you'll be visiting, you can shop various city passes, activities and tours offered by clicking on the links below:<br /><br />Rome: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-511" rel="nofollow">http://www.raileurope.com/train-ticke...</a><br /><br />Florence: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-519" rel="nofollow">http://www.raileurope.com/train-ticke...</a><br /><br />Mürren / Interlaken area: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-5011" rel="nofollow">http://www.raileurope.com/train-ticke...</a>.
  • April 15, 2019 19:23
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland by Jeff to If you'll be staying in London for multiple days and you'll be using public transit to get around, you'd want to consider purchasing either the 'London Travel Card' or the 'Visitor Oyster Card', both of which would cover public transit networks in the city, including the Tube, London Overground, and city buses.<br /><br />To purchase the 'London Travel Card' you would click here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/pass/london-travel-card-8327" rel="nofollow">http://www.raileurope.com/pass/london...</a><br /><br />To purchase the 'Visitor Oyster Card' you would click here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/pass/visitor-oyster-card-8331" rel="nofollow">http://www.raileurope.com/pass/visito...</a><br /><br />To browse other city passes for a stay in London, you would click here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=England&amp;cities=cities-737" rel="nofollow">http://www.raileurope.com/train-ticke...</a>.
  • April 15, 2019 19:13
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland by Jeff to Hi Joanne,<br /><br />For this itinerary, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> would likely be your most economical option. For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a>, you would click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880</a>.<br /><br />For that much travel, I would recommend purchasing your pass for 1st class.<br /><br />For travel with a rail pass, you would purchase reservations by searching a route on our homepage (<a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link http//wwwraileuropecom">www.raileurope.com</a>), checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail Global Pass’).<br /><br /><b><u>Rome to Florence with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />From Rome to Florence, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow">Frecciarossa</a> or Frecciargento train. These trains require reservations as a supplement to the pass. Generally, these trains can only be reserved within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />On this route, there are also Italo trains, which are privately operated trains that do not accept rail passes. Therefore, you would want to be sure to choose one of the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow">Frecciarossa</a> or <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciargento-7587" rel="nofollow">Frecciargento</a> trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence to Mürren with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The gateway to Mürren is Interlaken. Eurail Passes are not valid beyond Interlaken on the way to Mürren.<br /><br />Connections from Florence to Interlaken take about 5.5 to 6 hours in duration and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in Milan and then once in Spiez.<br /><br />On the segment from Florence to Milan, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-trains-frecciarossa-7590" rel="nofollow">Frecciarossa</a> train. These trains do require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from Milan to Spiez are <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-international-trains-7561" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/italian-international-trains-7561">EuroCity</a> trains, which also require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from Spiez to Interlaken do not accept reservations, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />When checking schedules, you would piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from Florence to Milan, another search for connecting trains from Milan to Spiez, and then another search for connecting trains from Spiez to Interlaken.<br /><br />For the Florence-Milan and Milan-Spiez segments, you would just have to be sure to check the ‘I have a rail pass’ box when doing these searches (since these trains require reservations). Generally, these trains can be reserved once within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />For the Spiez to Interlaken segment, you would have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked to access the schedules.<br /><br />From Interlaken, there are 2 different routes you can take to get to Mürren; one that goes via a cable car to Grütschalp and another that goes via a bus to Stechelberg.<br /><br />The Grütschalp route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-'Grütschalpbahn' cable car from Lauterbrunnen to Grütschalp<br />-'Mürrenbahn' train from Grütschalp to Mürren<br /><br />The Stechelberg route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-Bus from Lauterbrunnen to Stechelberg<br />-'Schilthornbahn’ cable cars from Stechelberg to Gimmelwald and Gimmelwald to Mürren<br /><br />Since the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> is not valid beyond Interlaken on the way to Mürren, these tickets would be purchased locally. With that said, the Eurail Global Pass should enable you to receive a 25% discount, so be sure to mention that you have the pass when you go to purchase these tickets.<br /><br /><b><u>Mürren to London with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />For travel from Mürren to London, you would first have to get back to Interlaken by way of one of those routes between Mürren and Interlaken that I described above. Once again, be sure to mention that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> when you purchase these tickets so that you can receive a 25% discount.<br /><br />The validity of your rail pass would then begin once you get to Interlaken. Connections from Interlaken to London take just over 9 hours in duration at least and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in Basel and then once in Paris (where you'll also need to transfer between different stations).<br /><br />On trains from Interlaken to Basel, reservations are not necessary at all, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />From Basel to Paris, you would take a high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/tgv-lyria-7535" rel="nofollow">TGV Lyria</a> train, on which the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> would enable you to receive a 'Pass 2' fare for reservations.<br /><br />Trains from Paris to London are high-speed <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/eurostar-7514" rel="nofollow">Eurostar</a>, on which reservations would again be required as a supplement to a rail pass.<br /><br />When trying to access these schedules on our website, you would again need to piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from Interlaken to Basel, another search for connecting trains from Basel to Paris, and then another search from Paris to London.<br /><br />For the Basel-Paris and Paris-London segments, be sure to check the 'I have a rail pass' box, so that you can purchase the necessary passholder reservations. Generally, the trains from Basel to Paris can be reserved once within 90-120 days of an intended departure date, while the Eurostar from Paris to London can be booked 6 to 9 months in advance of a departure.<br /><br />When you pull up the results of these searches, you will see that the trains from Basel to Paris arrive into the Gare de Lyon station in Paris, while the trains from Paris to London depart from the Nord station. To commute from Gare de Lyon to Nord, you would take Line D of Paris's RER commuter rail network. The RER from Gare de Lyon to Nord only takes about 8 minutes and departs once every 7-15 minutes throughout the day, but I would still recommend allowing yourself at least 1 to 1.5 hours to transfer between stations. You would pay to board the RER locally when you’re there.<br /><br /><b><u>London to Dublin with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />As of this year, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> is now valid in the United Kingdom. If you don't fly from London to Dublin, you can use your <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> to take a train from London to Holyhead, where you can catch a ferry that would take you to Dublin.<br /><br />On trains from London to Holyhead, reservations are recommended as a supplement to the rail pass. However, passholder reservations for trains in the UK are only able to be purchased locally when you're there. You can purchase the reservations by going to the ticket window in the station and mentioning that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a>. For trains in the UK, reservations are only recommended on individual trains that take over 2.5 hours in duration.<br /><br />For a trip from London to Holyhead, you can still use the route search feature on our homepage just to view the schedules; you would just have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked for them to display.<br /><br />Tickets for the Holyhead-Dublin ferries can only be purchased locally when you're there. The operating companies for these ferries are 'Stena Line' and 'Irish Ferries'.<br /><br /><b><u>Ireland rail with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Eurail Global Pass</a> is also valid in Ireland. Therefore, you can use the pass there, too, if there any other trips you want to make. On trains in Ireland, reservations are not needed, so the pass would be all you'd need to board..
  • April 15, 2019 19:07
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Best option for Rome-Florence, Florence-Murren, Murren-London, and then Ireland by Jeff to Hi Joanne,<br /><br />For this itinerary, the Eurail Global Pass would likely be your most economical option. For the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a>, you would click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880</a>.<br /><br />For that much travel, I would recommend purchasing your pass for 1st class.<br /><br />For travel with a rail pass, you would purchase reservations by searching a route on our homepage (<a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com">www.raileurope.com</a>), checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail Global Pass’).<br /><br /><b><u>Rome to Florence with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />From Rome to Florence, you would take a high-speed Frecciarossa or Frecciargento train. These trains require reservations as a supplement to the pass. Generally, these trains can only be reserved within 120 days of an intended departure date.<br /><br />On this route, there are also Italo trains, which are privately operated trains that do not accept rail passes. Therefore, you would want to be sure to choose one of the Frecciarossa or Frecciargento trains.<br /><br /><b><u>Florence to Mürren with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The gateway to Mürren is Interlaken. Eurail Passes are not valid beyond Interlaken on the way to Mürren.<br /><br />Connections from Florence to Interlaken take about 5.5 to 6 hours in duration and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in Milan and then once in Spiez.<br /><br />On the segment from Florence to Milan, you would take a high-speed Frecciarossa train. These trains do require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from Milan to Spiez are EuroCity trains, which also require reservations as a supplement to rail passes.<br /><br />Trains from Spiez to Interlaken do not accept reservations, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />When checking schedules, you would piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from Florence to Milan, another search for connecting trains from Milan to Spiez, and then another search for connecting trains from Spiez to Interlaken.<br /><br />For the Florence-Milan and Milan-Spiez segments, you would just have to be sure to check the ‘I have a rail pass’ box when doing these searches (since these trains require reservations).<br /><br />For the Spiez to Interlaken segment, you would have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked to access the schedules.<br /><br />From Interlaken, there are 2 different routes you can take to get to Mürren; one that goes via a cable car to Grütschalp and another that goes via a bus to Stechelberg.<br /><br />The Grütschalp route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-'Grütschalpbahn' cable car from Lauterbrunnen to Grütschalp<br />-'Mürrenbahn' train from Grütschalp to Mürren<br /><br />The Stechelberg route would look like this:<br /><br />-Train from Interlaken to Lauterbrunnen on the ‘Bernese Oberland Railway’<br />-Bus from Lauterbrunnen to Stechelberg<br />-'Schilthornbahn’ cable cars from Stechelberg to Gimmelwald and Gimmelwald to Mürren<br /><br />Since the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> is not valid beyond Interlaken on the way to Mürren, these tickets would be purchased locally. With that said, the Eurail Global Pass should enable you to receive a 25% discount, so be sure to mention that you have the pass when you go to purchase these tickets.<br /><br /><b><u>Mürren to London with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />For travel from Mürren to London, you would first have to get back to Interlaken by way of one of those routes between Mürren and Interlaken that I described above. Once again, be sure to mention that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> when you purchase these tickets so that you can receive a 25% discount.<br /><br />The validity of your rail pass would then begin once you get to Interlaken. Connections from Interlaken to London take just over 9 hours in duration at least and involve 2 train changes along the way; once in Basel and then once in Paris (where you'll also need to transfer between different stations).<br /><br />On trains from Interlaken to Basel, reservations are not necessary at all, so the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> is all you would need to board.<br /><br />From Basel to Paris, you would take a high-speed TGV Lyria train, on which the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> would enable you to receive a 'Pass 2' fare for reservations.<br /><br />Trains from Paris to London are high-speed Eurostar, on which reservations would again be required as a supplement to a rail pass.<br /><br />When trying to access these schedules on our website, you would again need to piece together the connection by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search from Interlaken to Basel, another search for connecting trains from Basel to Paris, and then another search from Paris to London.<br /><br />For the Basel-Paris and Paris-London segments, be sure to check the 'I have a rail pass' box, so that you can purchase the necessary passholder reservations.<br /><br />When you pull up the results of these searches, you will see that the trains from Basel to Paris arrive into the Gare de Lyon station in Paris, while the trains from Paris to London depart from the Nord station. To commute from Gare de Lyon to Nord, you would take Line D of Paris's RER commuter rail network. The RER from Gare de Lyon to Nord only takes about 8 minutes and departs once every 7-15 minutes throughout the day, but I would still recommend allowing yourself at least 1 to 1.5 hours to transfer between stations. You would pay to board the RER locally when you’re there.<br /><br /><b><u>London to Dublin with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />As of this year, the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> is now valid in the United Kingdom. If you don't fly from London to Dublin, you can use your <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> to take a train from London to Holyhead, where you can catch a ferry that would take you to Dublin.<br /><br />On trains from London to Holyhead, reservations are recommended as a supplement to the rail pass. However, passholder reservations for trains in the UK are only able to be purchased locally when you're there. You can purchase the reservations by going to the ticket window in the station and mentioning that you have the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a>. For trains in the UK, reservations are only recommended on individual trains that take over 2.5 hours in duration.<br /><br />For a trip from London to Holyhead, you can still use the route search feature on our homepage just to view the schedules; you would just have to leave the 'I have a rail pass' box unchecked for them to display.<br /><br />Tickets for the Holyhead-Dublin ferries can only be purchased locally when you're there. The operating companies for these ferries are 'Stena Line' and 'Irish Ferries'.<br /><br /><b><u>Ireland rail with a Eurail Global Pass</u></b><br /><br />The <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">Eurail Global Pass</a> is also valid in Ireland. Therefore, you can use the pass there, too, if there any other trips you want to make. On trains in Ireland, reservations are not needed, so the pass would be all you'd need to board..
  • April 15, 2019 16:49
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Rail travel from Zurich to Italy and Spain - suggestions? by Jeff to Hi Vijay,<br /><br />For that much travel, you would want to purchase the Eurail Global Pass. For the Eurail Global Pass, you would click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">https://www.raileurope.ca/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880</a>.<br /><br />So you have the most comfortable experience possible, 1st class is recommended.<br /><br />The objective of a rail pass is to cover the ticket costs on trains. When applicable, reservations are a supplementary cost to a rail pass. Reservations are required on most high-speed trains, many international routes, and all overnight trains.<br /><br />Within <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow">Italy</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/destinations/country-guides/article/spain" rel="nofollow">Spain</a>, most major cities are connected almost exclusively by high-speed trains. Therefore, it is often the case that reservations are required when traveling in those countries.<br /><br />For travel with a rail pass, you would purchase reservations by searching a route on the homepage of our Canadian website (<a href="http://www.raileurope.ca" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.ca">www.raileurope.ca</a>), checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail Global Pass’). Generally, trains in <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/destinations/country-guides/article/italy" rel="nofollow">Italy</a> can be reserved once within 120 days of an intended departure date, while trains in <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/destinations/country-guides/article/spain" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.ca/destinations/country-guides/article/spain">Spain</a> can only be reserved within 60-90 days of an intended departure.<br /><br />Within <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/destinations/country-guides/article/switzerland" rel="nofollow">Switzerland</a>, reservations are not necessary (or even accepted) on most trains. Therefore, when traveling in <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/destinations/country-guides/article/switzerland" rel="nofollow">Switzerland</a> the rail pass is usually all you would need to board. On such trains, you would just hop on and show your pass. For planning purposes, you can still use the route search feature on our homepage just to view schedules for many unreserved trains. Generally, when you're just trying to access schedules for non-reservable trains, you would have to be sure to leave the 'I have a rail pass' button unchecked..
  • April 15, 2019 16:47
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Rail travel from Zurich to Italy and Spain - suggestions? by Jeff to Hi Vijay,<br /><br />For that much travel, you would want to purchase the Eurail Global Pass. For the Eurail Global Pass, you would click here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.ca/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow">https://www.raileurope.ca/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880</a>.<br /><br />So you have the most comfortable experience possible, 1st class is recommended.<br /><br />The objective of a rail pass is to cover the ticket costs on trains. When applicable, reservations are a supplementary cost to a rail pass. Reservations are required on most high-speed trains, many international routes, and all overnight trains.<br /><br />Within Italy and Spain, most major cities are connected almost exclusively by high-speed trains. Therefore, it is often the case that reservations are required when traveling in those countries.<br /><br />For travel with a rail pass, you would purchase reservations by searching a route on the homepage of our Canadian website (<a href="http://www.raileurope.ca" rel="nofollow">www.raileurope.ca</a>), checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail Global Pass’). Generally, trains in Italy can be reserved once within 120 days of an intended departure date, while trains in Spain can only be reserved within 60-90 days of an intended departure.<br /><br />Within Switzerland, reservations are not necessary (or even accepted) on most trains. Therefore, when traveling in Switzerland the rail pass is usually all you would need to board. On such trains, you would just hop on and show your pass. For planning purposes, you can still use the route search feature on our homepage just to view schedules for many unreserved trains. Generally, when you're just trying to access schedules for non-reservable trains, you would have to be sure to leave the 'I have a rail pass' button unchecked..
  • April 15, 2019 16:19
    Jeff
    Changed title of Travel from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels by Kheng Oon Lim to Choosing a train from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels.
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  • April 15, 2019 16:18
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Choosing a train from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels by Jeff to If you'll be staying in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris">Paris</a> for multiple days and plan on using the Métro and RER to get around the city, you may also want to consider purchasing either the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=2036PARIS&amp;destId=479&amp;catId=" rel="nofollow">Paris Pass</a>' or the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339" rel="nofollow">Paris Visite Pass</a>'.<br /><br />The '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=2036PARIS&amp;destId=479&amp;catId=" rel="nofollow">Paris Pass</a>' covers entry to over 60 top attractions, as well as public transportation on the Métro, RER, and buses in central Paris. You would purchase the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=2036PARIS&amp;destId=479&amp;catId=" rel="nofollow">Paris Pass</a>' here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=2036PARIS&amp;destId=479&amp;catId" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=2036PARIS&amp;destId=479&amp;catId">http://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=2036PARIS&amp;destId=479&amp;catId</a>=<br /><br />The '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339">Paris Visite Pass</a>' just covers local transportation in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris">Paris</a>, which includes the Métro and RER networks, as well as city buses. You would purchase the '<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339">Paris Visite Pass</a>' here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339">http://www.raileurope.com/pass/paris-visite-pass-8339</a><br /><br />There is also the 'Paris Museum Pass', which does not cover any transportation, but it does cover entry to 50 museums and historic sites around <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a>. You would purchase the 'Paris Museum Pass' here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=30310P1&amp;destId=479&amp;catId=8" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=30310P1&amp;destId=479&amp;catId=8">https://www.raileurope.com/activities/activity?code=30310P1&amp;destId=479&amp;catId=8</a><br /><br />Various other city passes and tours for <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> can be found here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=France&amp;cities=cities-479" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=France&amp;cities=cities-479">http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=France&amp;cities=cities-479</a>.
  • April 15, 2019 16:15
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Choosing a train from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels by Jeff to For time spent in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/brussels" rel="nofollow">Brussels</a>, you can shop various city passes, activities and tours offered by clicking here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=Belgium&amp;cities=cities-458" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=Belgium&amp;cities=cities-458">http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=Belgium&amp;cities=cities-458</a><br /><br />For time in <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/nice" rel="nofollow">Nice</a>, you can shop city passes, activities and tours by clicking here: <a href="http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-478" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-478">http://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/activities/?countries=undefined&amp;cities=cities-478</a>.
  • April 15, 2019 16:09
    Jeff
    Changed title of Travel from Paris CDG airport to Brussels by Kheng Oon Lim to Travel from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels.
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  • April 15, 2019 16:09
    Jeff
    Changed description of Hi, I have 2 questions to ask. I will be travelling from Paris CDG airport to Brussels right after touch down. My flight is scheduled to arrive at 6.45am, I'm not sure how long it will takes for passport clearance and baggage claim and distance to train station. In the online purchase website, you will need to specify the date and time for the train ticket. I only have 2 days in Belgium, i don't want to waste my precious time at the airport waiting for the train. What is your advise about what time to choose for the ticket? Im thinking to catch the 8am train but it may seems to rush. Assuming i missed the train, can I use the ticket for next train? <br /><br /> My next question is, i will take flight from Brussels to Nice, stay for few days then take train back to Paris and may be visit nearby areas such as Normandy, etc. My question is will it be cheaper to buy rail passes? I'm travelling with my wife and 2 kids aged 12 and 14. Travel at year end. <br /><br /> Thanks by Kheng Oon Lim to Hi, I have 2 questions to ask. I will be travelling from Paris CDG airport to Brussels right after touch down. My flight is scheduled to arrive at 6.45am, I'm not sure how long it will takes for passport clearance and baggage claim and distance to train station. In the online purchase website, you will need to specify the date and time for the train ticket. I only have 2 days in Belgium, i don't want to waste my precious time at the airport waiting for the train. What is your advise about what time to choose for the ticket? Im thinking to catch the 8am train but it may seems to rush. Assuming i missed the train, can I use the ticket for next train?My next question is, i will take flight from Brussels to Nice, stay for few days then take train back to Paris and may be visit nearby areas such as Normandy, etc. My question is will it be cheaper to buy rail passes? I'm travelling with my wife and 2 kids aged 12 and 14. Travel at year end. Thanks.
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  • April 15, 2019 16:09
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Choosing a train from Paris CDG Airport to Brussels by Jeff to Hi Kheng,<br /><br />There are direct trains to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/brussels" rel="nofollow">Brussels</a> that leave right out of a rail station right in the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-charles-de-gaulle-airport-5748" rel="nofollow">Paris CDG Airport</a>. The station is located in Terminal 2 at <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-charles-de-gaulle-airport-5748" rel="nofollow">Paris CDG</a>.<br /><br />At the airport itself, the time it takes to get from the gate to the trains can depend on several factors. I would just recommend allowing a time that is comparable to the amount of time it would take for you to walk through a typical major North American airport and retrieve luggage. It is also recommended that you allow an additional hour to get through customs if your flight is arriving from overseas.<br /><br />Trains from the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-charles-de-gaulle-airport-5748" rel="nofollow">Paris CDG Airport</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/brussels" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/brussels">Brussels</a> are Brussels-France TGV trains. Tickets on a Brussels-France TGV include a reservation and are not able to be used for any train other than the one you booked. They would not be valid on a later train. On these trains, the most flexible tickets are only exchangeable prior to your train's departure time, which would not do you any good in the case of flight delay.<br /><br />You would purchase tickets by searching the route under 'Book Train Tickets' on the homepage of our website, <a href="http://www.raileurope.com" rel="nofollow" title="Link: http://www.raileurope.com">www.raileurope.com</a>. For trains departing specifically out of <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-charles-de-gaulle-airport-5748" rel="nofollow">Paris CDG</a>, you would just have to type 'Paris Airport' in the field for the departure city.<br /><br />Whether or not you should purchase a rail pass really depends on the specifics of where you want to go while you're there and how much travel you'll be doing. If you'll just be doing one trip from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/nice" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/nice">Nice</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> and then one round-trip between <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> and a destination in Normandy, then it may not be worth it for you to get a rail pass, in which case, you would just stick to purchasing regular tickets. You can check costs for the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911">Eurail France Pass</a> here: <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911">https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911</a>.<br /><br />If you do purchase the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911">Eurail France Pass</a>, your train from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/nice-paris" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train-tickets/journeys/article/nice-paris">Nice to Paris</a> (<a href="https://www.raileurope.com/train/tgv-7537" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/train/tgv-7537">TGV</a> trains) would still require reservations as a supplement to the pass, as would your train from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow">Paris</a> to somewhere in Normandy most likely. Therefore, you would want to account for reservation costs when determining whether or not the rail pass option is worth it for you. For travel with a rail pass, you would check passholder reservation costs by searching a route on <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/" rel="nofollow">our homepage</a>, checking the box that says ‘I have a rail pass’, and then indicating the type of rail pass with which you'll be traveling (i.e. a ‘Eurail France Pass’).<br /><br />Even with the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911">Eurail France Pass</a>, you would still need regular tickets for your train from Paris CDG to Brussels, because the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/france-rail-pass-5911">Eurail France Pass</a> would not be valid on this route.<br /><br />Generally, the Paris CDG to Brussels train and trains operating within <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/france-10" rel="nofollow">France</a> all can be booked once within 90 days of an intended departure date. Trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-charles-de-gaulle-airport-5748" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/place/paris-charles-de-gaulle-airport-5748">Paris CDG</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/brussels" rel="nofollow">Brussels</a> and <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/nice" rel="nofollow">Nice</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/paris">Paris</a> can sell out quickly, so it would be recommended that these trains be booked as soon as it becomes possible..
  • April 12, 2019 16:11
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Spain & Italy 2019 / Barcelona-Valencia, Valencia-Malaga, Malaga-Madrid, Venice-Rome by Jeff to If you still plan to take the trains from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/malaga" rel="nofollow">Malaga</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow">Venice</a>, let us know..
  • April 12, 2019 16:10
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Spain & Italy 2019 / Barcelona-Valencia, Valencia-Malaga, Malaga-Madrid, Venice-Rome by Jeff to I'm sorry, I was under the impression you were going to be flying to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow">Venice</a>. That is why I recommended a <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/spain-pass-5931">Eurail Spain Pass</a> and then just separate tickets for your train from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Venice</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Florence</a>.<br /><br />A rail connection from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/malaga" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/city/malaga">Malaga</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/city/venice">Venice</a> would take a considerable amount of time and goes through <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/france-10" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">France</a>. You'd be looking at a trip that takes at least about 28 hours straight through and involves changing trains at least 4 or 5 times en route. All 4 or 5 trains that make up the connection would require reservations as a supplement to a rail pass. However, a <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/spain-pass-5931">Eurail Spain Pass</a> would not cover you outside of <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/spain" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Spain</a>. If you actually do want to take the train all the way from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/malaga" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/city/malaga">Malaga</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/city/venice">Venice</a>, you would want to purchase the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> instead of the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Link https//wwwraileuropecom/pass/spain-pass-5931">Eurail Spain Pass</a>..
  • April 12, 2019 16:09
    Jeff
    Changed reply in topic of Spain & Italy 2019 / Barcelona-Valencia, Valencia-Malaga, Malaga-Madrid, Venice-Rome by Jeff to I'm sorry, I was under the impression you were going to be flying to Venice. That is why I recommended a <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931">Eurail Spain Pass</a> and then just separate tickets for your train from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow">Venice</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/florence" rel="nofollow">Florence</a>.<br /><br />A rail connection from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/malaga" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/malaga">Malaga</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice">Venice</a> would take a considerable amount of time and goes through <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/france-10" rel="nofollow">France</a>. You'd be looking at a trip that takes at least about 28 hours straight through and involves changing trains at least 4 or 5 times en route. All 4 or 5 trains that make up the connection would require reservations as a supplement to a rail pass. However, a <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931">Eurail Spain Pass</a> would not cover you outside of <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/destinations/country-guides/article/spain" rel="nofollow">Spain</a>. If you actually do want to take the train all the way from <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/malaga" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/malaga">Malaga</a> to <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/city/venice">Venice</a>, you would want to purchase the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/eurail-global-pass-5880">Eurail Global Pass</a> instead of the <a href="https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931" rel="nofollow" title="Link: https://www.raileurope.com/pass/spain-pass-5931">Eurail Spain Pass</a>..
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