Eurostar mit Interrail (Allgemeines Forum)
Seat 61 meldet
Eurostar now accepts InterRail & Eurail passes..!
Eurostar joined the InterRail & Eurail schemes as from 1 January 2017. Previously, they were only associate benefit providers, the benefit being a relatively expensive & pointless passholder fare over £90 that (1) was more expensive than regular fares if you booked well in advance and (2) was usually sold out at short notice so if you wanted one you had to book it well in advance - in which case I refer you back to point (1). The new passholder fares of €30 in standard & €38 in standard premier for 1st class passholders are great value, and I'm assured that they'll be widely available in advance and reasonably well available even o the day of travel, even if not on busy trains. And your pass only needs to be valid in the country where the Eurostar journey starts or ends, so even a Benelux InterRail pass would allow you to buy a London-Brussels Eurostar ticket for €30. This is a huge step forward, and I welcome it with open arms. For more details, see the Eurostar passholder information here.
Auf der Eurostar-Seite habe ich dazu noch nichts gefunden. Einen Link zu den weiteren Informationen bei seat 61 (passholder information) kann ich nicht liefern. Bei Seat 61 News anklicken und dann in diesem Text die passholder information.
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