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Supplement + Reservation?

Postby holidaytime » 14 Jun 2008 - 01:28

Most night trains need a supplement. But do we have to pay a reservation fees on top of that?!

I will be taking a CNL train from Vienna to Amsterdam. Because it is a popular service, I will probably reserve it as soon as I arrive in Europe - 4 weeks before the CNL train. The supplement cost for a seat on the train, I think, is 9Euro (from another website here).

So, when I reserve the ticket, what does it mean? Will I pay the 9euro supplement then, and have a guaranteed seat on the train and have to pay nothing more? Or would there be a reservation fees (3/4 euro) AND the supplement fees?

Thanks



UPDATE - reservation information

Interrail: https://en.rail.cc/interrail-reservation-and-supplement
Eurail: https://en.rail.cc/eurail-reser ... ement.html
Single train tickets: https://en.rail.cc/train-ticket ... ments.html


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Postby SiDUDe » 14 Jun 2008 - 02:24

Your suppliment will include reservation of a seat/couchette
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Postby Pete » 14 Jun 2008 - 10:29

like SiDUDe said, on night-trains the supplement always include the reservation...
you are talking about this one: cnl-city-night-line-train-t3736.html

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Postby holidaytime » 14 Jun 2008 - 11:45

Thanks guys. The costs will be a bit lower than I thought then :)
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reservation for night train

Postby Quentin_motta » 18 Jun 2008 - 23:54

Hello,

I'm looking for informations about night trains, reservations and supplemants.
I found a night train called "allegro tosca" between Roma termini and Vienna.
But I can't find informations about the cost of the reservation and the cost of the supplemant with an interrail pass. I don't know where I have to reserve a ticket.
I went in a train station in France, they were not able to help me... I can buy a ticket for this train (130€) but they can't apply the interrail option.

What can I do ??...

Thanks for your help
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Postby Pete » 19 Jun 2008 - 10:19

hi...

you are talking about the ALLEGRO (EN 235)...
Vienna to Roma/Firenze with stop in Bologna.

all prices are one-way, per person and for 2nd and 1st class

single sleeper bed
Rail pass fare: EUR 105
Standard fare: EUR 200

single sleeper bed with private shower and WC
with IR (only 1st class): EUR 125
no IR (only 1st class): EUR 220

bed in a double sleeper
Rail pass fare: EUR 75
Standard fare: EUR 160

bed in a double sleeper with private shower and WC
Rail pass fare: EUR 85
Standard fare: EUR 180

bed in a triple (T3) sleeper
Rail pass fare: EUR 45
Standard fare: EUR 140

couchette (4-bed compartment)
Rail pass fare: EUR 35
Standard fare: EUR 120

couchette (6-bed compartment)
Rail pass fare: EUR 25
Standard fare: EUR 110

seats only 2nd class)
EUR 5
EUR 90

try to book it via https://en.rail.cc/shop ... if this is not possible, go to an other railway station... the best to do it is in Italy, Austria or also Germany! :)
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