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Paris -Cologne - Munich - Libourne - Amsterdam - Paris

Would you please advice if there is any rail pass for Paris - Cologne- Munich - Libourne - Amsterdam - Paris in order to save cost?

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Rail Europe Posted 5 years ago

Hello Le Hang,

Thanks for your question.

Please note that a rail pass allows you to travel extensively within the countries you have chosen. If you plan only 2 - 3 train journeys during your stay in Europe, point to point tickets will certainly be cheaper than a rail pass and ensure you save money.

You can travel as follows :-

- Paris to Cologne - Thalys train.

- Cologne to Munich - ICE train.

- Munich to Libourne via Paris - City Night Line and TGV trains.

- Libourne to Amsterdam via Paris - TGV and Thalys trains.

- Amsterdam to Paris - Thalys train.

In order to book tickets, please visit our website.

You would need to feed in the Departure city and the Arrival city along with the travel date and preferred time & the number of passengers (Senior, adults, youth and children), and then click on “search tickets”. Once you do so, you would find the schedules along with the fares.

Hope this helps!!!

Priyanka, Rail Europe Travel Expert.

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Thank you for your advice. I would like to double check if my group is 4 adults, 1 youth (14) and 3 kids (from 9-11), we need to buy tickets for the youth and the kids or the tickets of adults are inclusive children from 9-14? If we buy 4 tickets of adults, we have seats for the kids or not?

The same case for other train journeys.

Many thanks and regards,

Hang

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Hello Le Hang,

Thanks for your reply,

Children up to 4 years of age can travel free of charge but do not have their own seat. However if you want your child to have their own reserved seat you'll need to pay the child fare.

For children above 4 years of age you would have to purchase child fare ticket.

Hope this helps!!!

Priyanka, Rail Europe Travel Expert.

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