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Selma
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Posted 1 year ago

I have an interrail pass and would like to go on the night-train from Padova (Italy) to Muenchen Hbf (Germany), but there is no seats available on the websites. Is it possible to ride the train anyways?

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MisterSteve
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replied 1 year ago

"the websites" - which ones? And which date?

The train is operated by ÖBB Nightjet not Trenitalia and the seat reservation fee for Interrail includes a surcharge. Without paying it you probably won't get on, especially part way into the journey. The train normally only has 112 second class seats in 6 seat compartments but it is possible to reserve (at a fee) a whole compartment for less than 6 people so capacity can easily be filled up.

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nltrainer
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replied 1 year ago

THere may be more chance from Verona, as other trains parts from Roma/Firenze and MIlano get joined to that treno. Then use another local treno before to get there. All these trains on this line charge an extra 10€, also for just seats, pay on board to conductor (+a little more) if not yet done beforehand

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argon
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replied 1 year ago

One seat at NJ

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argon
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replied 1 year ago

236 cost exactly 13,10 € and a whole Compartment 92 €.