Inter-rail Europe Rome Reviews
Inter-Rail Europe! May 14, 2011
I have just returned from 9 days of train travel with Inter-rail and I am bronzed, toned, still in one piece and ready to put you in the picture!
I Found that it was often easier and cheaper between the two of us to get a room on hotels.com, than crashing at a Hostel! Most of the Hostels are full in high season and they prefer to separate males and females. for Hotel deals, There are some great bargains to be found with a bit of patience and reasonable Internet access.
Seat reservations are optional on some of the trains in Europe however they are mandatory for traveling on high speed trains and night trains. On some trains the number of seats available for Pass holders may be limited. It is highly recommended to make reservations in advance.
If you purchased a reservation, you will have been given a seat number, If you have trouble finding your seat, see a conductor, If you did not purchase a reservation, sit in any seat that is free and does not have a slip of paper next to the seat number listing the destination. If there is a slip of paper that seat has been reserved!!!
Join TravBuddy to leave comments, meet new friends and share travel tips!