Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Major quake in central Itay
  2. 2 Second thoughts on Lucerne as base
  3. 3 Trip Report Greenland from the Air trip report, photo gallery
  4. 4 What am I missing: Amsterdam
  5. 5 Cotswald boutique hotel recommendations
  6. 6 Celebrity Reflection Greek Island Cruise
  7. 7 Barcelona completely overrated
  8. 8 Beaches in Southern France
  9. 9 3 days to spend in europe
  10. 10 Earthquake, so sad for Italy
  11. 11 Guides - Matera
  12. 12 A Vote for Malta: Most Rude.
  13. 13 First time in London...hotel for mother/daughter trip?
  14. 14 Trip Report Germany, May'16: Four seasons in three weeks.
  15. 15 4 days in London worth the jetlag?
  16. 16 Italy - Car Rental - CDW's and Insurance
  17. 17 Europe Sim card help
  18. 18 3 weeks - Helsinki-Tallinn-Riga-Vilnius - Aug/Sept.
  19. 19 Spanish leather -- women's leather vest
  20. 20 Local markets in Italy
  21. 21 Tours For Young Professionals Other Than Contiki
  22. 22 Europe 27 days trip, HELP!
  23. 23 http://www.trypromusclefit.com/exoslim-garcinia-cambogia/
  24. 24 Italy, transport from Assiso to Cita di castello
  25. 25 4 Nights in London - Itinerary Details
View next 25 » Back to the top

Please Help! Purchasing train tickets in Austria and Czech Republic

Jump to last reply

I'm traveling to Austria and Czech Republic next week and am planning on taking trains to get around. I haven't bought any tickets yet and I am trying to figure out -
1) Can I buy tickets in advance online?
2) Is it advisable to buy tickets in advance to get a seat?
3) If you don't buy tickets in advance how do you buy them once you arrive? i.e. automated kiosk vs. ticket counter And will the lines be long?

Also, what is the difference between a ticket and a seat reservation? Do I need to have both for any of these trains? (I don't want to have to stand) I think most of these are regional trains if that makes a difference.

Thanks so much for any help you can give!

11 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement