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Train from Budapest to Vienna

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I'm having trouble purchasing our one way train tickets from Budapest to Vienna. We're looking to depart Budapest on August 10th for Vienna. I'm using the www.oebb.at website but, it's telling me that tickets can't be purchased from Budapest to Vienna?? It worked fine for our tickets within Austria and then from Austria to Prague so, what's up with Budapest? Is there a different website I need to use? I'm assuming tickets can be purchased in advance but, perhaps not? I also looked on Rail Europe but the pricing was just so much higher.


While I'm on the subject of rail, I've purchased our one-way first class tickets from Vienna to Prague on August 13th and I did not purchase a seat reservation. August is probably high season, is not having a seat reservation a mistake?

Thanks for any insight!!!

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