Budapest to Prague / London to Bruges - How soon am I able to book?

how soon am I able to book rail tickets between Budapest and Prague? London and Bruges?
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) April 05, 2016 14:00
    Hi Steve,

    Generally, trains from Budapest to Prague can be booked once within 90 days of an intended date of departure. The trains from Budapest to Prague are EuroCity (EC) trains.

    A connection from London to Bruges involves changing trains once in Brussels along the way. The trains from London to Brussels are high-speed Eurostar trains. The Eurostar is unique in that it can generally be booked up 6 to 9 months in advance of a departure.

    You would purchase tickets by entering a route on our homepage, www.raileurope.com.

    By doing a search from London to Bruges, you would be issued a special fare for the Eurostar from London to Brussels that would also be valid for a connecting train to Bruges at no additional cost. This fare is called an 'ABS' (Any Belgian Station) fare. The only ticket we issue would be from London to Brussels but, by virtue of being booked as an ABS fare, you can rest assured that it would also be accepted on a connecting train from Brussels to Bruges. You can use the ticket to take any train from Brussels to Bruges within a time period of 24 hours after your arrival into Brussels.

    To verify that it is an ABS ticket you're purchasing, you would just click the 'View' button with the ticket cost that's shown. It would explain about the ABS fare in the text displayed with each of the options listed under 'Ticket Flexibility' after you click the 'View' button.
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