Central Europe Triangle Pass - can I start in Budapest & go from Budapest to Vienna & then Vienna to Prague?

I am interested in Central Europe Triangle Pass!

The ticket is asked to select 3 One-Way Journeys Within 1 Month Between Vienna - Budapest - Prague - Vienna, Can I start my journey from Budapest - Vienna - Prague?

And I am in Italy, how can I get the tickets?

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  • Jeff (Official Rep) October 12, 2015 20:09
    Hi Toey.

    With the 'Central Europe Triangle Pass', it is not required that you use all 3 segments. Therefore, the '3 One-Way Journeys Within 1 Month Between Vienna - Budapest - Prague - Vienna' option of the ‘Central Europe Triangle Pass’ is valid to cover from Budapest to Vienna (high-speed 'Railjet' trains) and Vienna to Prague (also 'Railjet' trains).

    We are the United States-based seller of European tickets and passes for the North American market. Most of our tickets and passes are issued as physical documents that would have to be shipped to you. Considering this, if you are already in Europe, you would just purchase tickets locally. In Europe, tickets can be purchased right at the stations. It is likely that they wouldn’t be able to sell you the actual ‘Central Europe Triangle Pass’ there, but you would be able to purchase regular tickets for these trains.

    It is possible to arrange for a rail pass to be shipped to an address in Europe; however, delivery to a European address is not able to be arranged for orders submitted through our website. If you'd like to arrange for a pass to be shipped to you at a European address, you would have to call us to place your order. We can be reached at 1-800-622-8600 or 1-847-916-1028. Our current hours are 8:00 AM to 6:30 PM CT Monday to Friday and 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM CT on Saturdays. Please note, delivery to an address in Europe can take 3 to 5 business days.
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