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Websites offering international train tickets

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Booking international train journeys in Europe, especially at a good price, is never easy, since there is a lack of a central website to enable you to do this.

Our own Man in Seat 61 offers terrific advice, and the DB site is also a great resource of course.

I recently read an article in a Dutch news paper about a few new(ish) websites that are working hard to make booking European train journeys as easy as booking a plane ticket.
Maybe they will be of help to people here.

www.wanderio.com/

https://www.waymate.de/en/searches#

http://www.goeuro.nl/

https://loco2.com/

The last site offers tickets in Britain, France, Germany and Spain. Benelux will be added soon. The other sites offer a similar range of countries, sometimes with the option of cheap flights too.
Hopefully in time they will be able to include more European countries, making it a whole lot easier to plan and book train journeys.

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