I'm helping my daughter and her friends plan a trip to Europe this summer as their HS graduation trip. In researching prices for train travel from Amsterdam to Rome using eurorailways.com, it appears that a point-to-point ticket for travel in the daytime, 2nd class is $235 pp. However, the cost for a sleeper, double cabin, is $76 pp, and a couchette is $39 pp. This is a huge difference which makes me think I'm missing something. Can anyone shed any light on these prices? Is this right or should I add the two prices together? Thanks for your help!
Train from Amsterdam to Rome - Price Differences
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