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Kilmarnock FC - Charlton Athletic. Atlas Delmenhorst - VfL Oldenbourg. Rot-Weiss Essen - Borussia M'gladbach. Frisia 03 Risum-Lindholm - Weiche Flensbourg. Haringey Borough - Leyton Orient. Bradford City - Bradford Park Avenue. Lokomotiv Sofia - Septemvri Sofia. Fortuna Sittard - Viktoria Cologne. Cove Rangers - Gala Fairydean Rovers. Dorfmerkingen - Stuttgart II. Arminia Ludwigshafen - Waldhof Mannheim. Mainz 05 II - Viktoria Aschaffenbourg.
Plymouth Parkway - Plymouth Argyle. Preston North End - Bamber Bridge. Gainsborough Trinity - Lincoln City. Atherton Collieries - Annan Athletic. Brora Rangers - Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Alfreton Town - Sheffield Wednesday. Austria Klagenfurt - Hansa Rostock. Zbrojovka Brno - Slovan Bratislava. Erzgebirge Aue - Lokomotive Leipzig. Slaven Koprivnica - Zalaegerszegi TE. Go Ahead Eagles - Lokomotiva Zagreb. Bischofswerdaer FV - Chemie Leipzig.
Leyton Orient - West Bromwich Albion. Viktoria Aschaffenbourg - Eintracht Francfort. Dorking Wanderers - Sutton United. Kidsgrove Athletic - Crewe Alexandra. Eintracht Brunswick - Union Berlin. Fribourg II - Stuttgarter Kickers. Germania Halberstadt - Westerhausen. Harrogate Town - Sheffield Wednesday.
Atlas Delmenhorst - Schwarz-Weiss Rehden. Nuremberg II - Sonnenhof Grossaspach. Anker Wismar - Lokomotive Leipzig. De Graafschap - Rot-Weiss Oberhausen. Chemie Leipzig - Nordia Jerusalem. Rot-Weiss Essen - Eintracht Brunswick. Warrington Rylands - Salford City. Swindon Supermarine - Swindon Town. Sheppey United - Maidstone United. Billingham Synthonia - Hartlepool. Warrington Town - Tranmere Rovers. Banbury United - Oxford United. Dynamo Dresde - Borussia Dortmund.
Munich - Borussia M'gladbach. Carlisle United - Greenock Morton. Borussia Hildesheim - Tennis Borussia. Germania Halberstadt - Einheit Wernigerode. Borussia M'gladbach - Viktoria Cologne. Atherton Collieries - Bolton Wanderers. Northampton Town - West Bromwich Albion.
Queen of the South - Annan Athletic. Kelty Hearts - Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Hamilton Academicals FC - Stranraer. Hartford Athletic - Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs - Sacramento Republic. Louisville City - Birmingham Legion. Colorado Springs - San Diego Loyal. Pittsburgh Riverhounds - Indy Eleven.
Pittsburgh Riverhounds - Miami FC. Hartford Athletic - Tampa Bay Rowdies. Charleston Battery - Birmingham Legion. El Paso Locomotive - Colorado Springs. Sacramento Republic - Oakland Roots. Greenville Triumph - Carolina RailHawks. Northern Colorado - Chattanooga Red Wolves.
Union Omaha - Charlotte Independence. Richmond Kickers - Carolina RailHawks. Northern Colorado - Forward Madison. Charlotte Independence - Richmond Kickers. Greenville Triumph - Central Valley Fuego. Tormenta - Chattanooga Red Wolves. Chicago FC United - St. Louis Lions. Tobacco Road - Charlotte Independence 2. Cedar Stars Rush - Westchester Flames. Chicago Dutch Lions - Chicago City. West Virginia United - Charlotte Independence 2. Ventura County Fusion - Project 51O. Tobacco Road - North Carolina Fusion.
Oakland County - Flint City Bucks. Northern Virginia - Commonwealth Cardinals. Peachtree City - Southern Soccer Academy. Little Rock Rangers - Mississippi Brilla. Lionsbridge - Virginia Beach United. Pathfinder - Western Mass Pioneers. Flint City Bucks - Oakland County. Boston Bolts - Seacoast United Phantoms. Charlotte Independence 2 - Charlotte Eagles. Tri-Cities - Southern Soccer Academy. Cleveland Force - South Bend Lions.
Manhattan - Long Island Rough Riders. Northern Virginia - Virginia Beach United. Minneapolis City - Thunder Bay Chill. Davis Legacy - Ventura County Fusion. Dayton Dutch Lions - Kings Hammer. LA Parish - Mississippi Brilla. Flint City Bucks - Ann Arbor. Lansing City - Oakland County. Wichita - Chicago Dutch Lions.
New Jersey Copa - Westchester Flames. Christos - Commonwealth Cardinals. South Bend Lions - Toledo Villa. Charlotte Eagles - West Virginia United. Cleveland Force - Dayton Dutch Lions. One Knoxville - Southern Soccer Academy. Mississippi Brilla - Louisiana Krewe. Texas United - Little Rock Rangers. Virginia Beach United - Patuxent. Midwest United - Lansing City. Kaw Valley - Chicago Dutch Lions.
Boston City - Seacoast United Phantoms. Blackwatch Rush - Vermont Green. Kings Hammer - Cleveland Force. Commonwealth Cardinals - Lionsbridge. Arkansas Wolves - Sunflower State. Central Florida Panthers - Miami United. Jackson Lions - Philadelphia Lone Star.
Panathinaikos Chicago - FC Columbus. Pittsburgh Hotspurs - Erie Commodores. Alexandria Reds - Northern Virginia United. West Chester United - Philadelphia Ukrainians. Northern Virginia United - Alexandria Reds. Pennsylvania Classics - Jackson Lions.
First State - Grove Soccer United. Arkansas Wolves - St. Louis Club Atletico. Naples United - Miami Dutch Lions. Panathinaikos Chicago - Milwaukee Torrent. Denton Diablos - Lubbock Matadors. Joy St. Louis Park - Sioux Falls Thunder. Tulsa Athletic - Oklahoma City Louis Park. Cleveland SC - Pittsburgh Hotspurs. New York Shockers - Hartford City. Oklahoma City - Arkansas Wolves. Central Florida Panthers - Naples United.
Georgia Revolution - North Alabama. New Orleans Jesters - Florida Roots. Milwaukee Torrent - Muskegon Risers. Panathinaikos Chicago - Carpathia. Lubbock Matadors - Denton Diablos. West Chester United - Pennsylvania Classics. Minnesota United II - St. Louis City II. Michigan Stars - Flower City Union. Syracuse Pulse - Flower City Union. Maryland Bobcats - Michigan Stars. Metro Louisville - Milwaukee Torrent. Lansdowne Yonkers - Allentown United. Wenatchee All-Stars - Modesto City.
North Jersey Alliance - Steel Pulse. Lansdowne Yonkers - NY Braveheart. Louis SG U Houston Dynamo U17 - Jacksonville U Indiana Fire U17 - Westchester U Seattle Sounders U17 - Weston U Sioux Falls City - Maplebrook Fury. San Antonio Surf - Houston Aces.
Lamorinda United - Diablo Valley Wolves. Colorado Rapids - Broomfield Burn. Westside Timbers - Eugene Timbers Azul. Chicago Dutch Lions - Milwaukee Torrent. Challenge Red Devils - Corinthians. Prime - Gulf Coast Dutch Lions. Iowa Raptors - Central Illinois United.
Cleveland Ambassadors - Century United. Lamorinda United - Napa Valley Columbus Eagles - Cleveland Ambassadors. Challenge Red Devils - Houston Aces. Lamorinda United - San Francisco Nighthawks. Torch - Real Central NJ.
Brooklyn City - New Jersey Alliance. Napa Valley - Lamorinda United. Florida Krush - SportsParadize. Atomic City - Arizona Arsenal. Clermont Kicks - United Soccer Alliance. Charlotte Eagles - Bluffton Rush. Cap City Athletic - Nationals. Gretna Elite Academy - Arkansas Wolves. Illinois Premier - Chicago Mustangs. New Jersey Copa - Paisley Athletic. Connecticut Rush - Connecticut Fusion. Sporting Nebraska - Gretna Elite Academy. Indiana Union - Chicago Mustangs.
Muskegon Risers - Michigan Jaguars. Austin Elite - San Antonio Athenians. Rochester Lancers - Pittsburgh Hotspurs. Calgary Foothills - St. Albert Impact. Austin Elite - San Antonio Runners. Rochester Lancers - Berlin. Connecticut Rush - New England Mutiny.
Arizona - Calgary Foothills. Erie Commodores - Berlin. Coppermine United - Lancaster Inferno. Pittsburgh Hotspurs - Buffalo. New England Mutiny - Albany Rush. Worcester Smiles - Connecticut Rush. Williamson County - San Antonio Runners. Rochester Lancers - Erie Commodores. Lancaster Inferno - Coppermine United. Luxoria - San Antonio Runners. Greenville Triumph - Asheville City. North Carolina Fusion - Charlotte Independence.
Midwest United - Flint City. Charlotte Independence - Greenville Triumph. Westchester Flames - Cedar Stars. Green Bay Glory - Minnesota Aurora. Indy Eleven - Detroit City. Wake - Greenville Triumph. Tormenta - SC United Bantams. San Diego Wave - Washington Spirit. Orlando Pride - Racing Louisville. Washington Spirit - Kansas City Current. Fluminense de Feira - Flamengo BA. Desportiva ES - Estrela do Norte.
Centro Limoeirense U20 - Nautico U Nacional de Patos U20 - Picuiense U Portuguesa Lond. U20 - Apucarana Sports U Londrina U20 - Portuguesa Lond. Patriotas U20 - Andraus Brasil U U20 - Arapongas U Fortaleza - Botafogo PB. Vasco da Gama - Fluminense. Real Ariquemes - Iranduba.
Santacruzense U20 - Andradina U Capivariano U20 - Inter Limeira U Ibrachina U20 - Colorado Caieiras U Portuguesa Santista U20 - Mauaense U Vasco da Gama U20 - Botafogo U Fluminense U20 - Madureira U Inter de Minas U20 - Caldense U Santarritense U20 - Boston City U Serranense U20 - Inter de Minas U Internacional U20 - Chapecoense U Dominican Republic U17 - Bolivia U Paraguay U17 - Dominican Republic U Colombie U - Dominican Republic U Gimnasia Jujuy - Deportivo Madryn.
Deportivo Riestra - Nueva Chicago. Gimnasia Mendoza - Independiente Rivadavia. Estudiantes de Caseros - Agropecuario. Guillermo Brown - Defensores de Belgrano. Ferro Carril Oeste - Gimnasia Mendoza. Independiente Rivadavia - All Boys. Talleres Remedios - Comunicaciones. Defensores de Pronunciamiento - Sarmiento Resistencia.
Central Norte - Def. Belgrano Villa Ramalho. Juventud Unida Universitario - Sportivo Desamparados. Circulo Deportivo - Estudiantes de San Luis. Sol de Mayo - Independiente Chivilcoy. Defensores de Pronunciamiento - Douglas Haig. Gimnasia y Tiro - Sportivo Belgrano. Liniers - Estudiantes de San Luis. Juventud Unida Universitario - Deportivo Camioneros. General Lamadrid - Argentino Merlo.
Victoriano Arenas - Sportivo Italiano. Deportivo Laferrere - El Porvenir. Mercedes - Defensores de Cambaceres. Juventud Unida - Deportivo Paraguayo. Argentino Rosario - Central Ballester. Defensa y Justicia Res. Platense Res. Argentinos Juniors Res. Rosario Central Res. Patronato Res. San Lorenzo Res. Boca Juniors Res. Barracas Central Res. Tigre Res. Newell's Old Boys Res. Independiente Res. Sarmiento Res. Aldosivi Res. Gimnasia La Plata Res. Godoy Cruz Res. Logan Lightning U23 - Olympic U Eastern Suburbs U23 - Olympic U Surfers Paradise Apollo - Samford Rangers.
Albany Creek - Souths United. Brisbane Olympic - Lions. Brisbane Olympic - Sunshine Coast Wanderers. Gold Coast United - Brisbane Olympic. Mitchelton U23 - Brisbane Strikers U Caboolture U23 - Rochedale Rovers U Redlands United U23 - Caboolture U Edge Hill United - Magpies Crusaders. Peninsula Power - Logan Lightning. Northbridge Bulls - Mt Druitt Town.
Manly United - Blacktown City Demons. Sydney United - Marconi Stallions. Rockdale City Suns - Sutherland Sharks. Queanbeyan City - Canberra White Eagles. Tuggeranong United - Brindabella Blues. Western Sydney W. George Saints - Bonnyrigg White Eagles. Hills Brumbies - Mounties Wanderers. Mounties Wanderers - St. George Saints. Hakoah Sydney City - Hills Brumbies.
Nunawading City - Whittlesea Ranges. West Wallsend - Singleton Strikers. Belmont Swansea - Thornton Redbacks. Thornton Redbacks - South Cardiff. Ipswich Knights - Southside Eagles. Southside Eagles - Brisbane Strikers. Rochedale Rovers - Ipswich Knights. Moreland City U21 - Langwarrin U Langwarrin U21 - Northcote City U Playford City Patriots - Adelaide Victory. Para Hills Knights - Eastern United. Adelaide University - Fulham United.
Adelaide Victory - Port Adelaide Pirates. Fulham United - Para Hills Knights. Playford City Patriots - Adelaide University. Modbury Jets - Adelaide Hills Hawks. Eastern United - Adelaide Raiders. Whittlesea Ranges U21 - Geelong U Doveton U21 - Melbourne Victory U Northern Rangers - Launceston United. Melbourne Knights - Whitehorse United. Melbourne University - Geelong Galaxy. Boroondara Eagles - Southern United. Eltham Redbacks - Melbourne Knights. Whitehorse United - Melbourne University. Joondalup United - Dianella White Eagles.
Forrestfield United - Western Knights. Murdoch Uni Melville - Western Knights. Olympic Kingsway - Joondalup United. Dianella White Eagles - Forrestfield United. Sydney U20 - Blacktown City U Sydney U20 - Sydney Olympic U Dulwich Hill - Central Coast United. Rydalmere Lions - Inner West Hawks. Bankstown Berries - Bankstown United. Bankstown United - Sydney University.
Bankstown Berries - Macarthur Rams. Inter Lions - Bankstown City Lions. Gladesville Ryde Magic - Dulwich Hill. Emerging Jets - Sydney University. Illawarra Stingrays - Bankstown City Lions. Sydney Olympic - Bankstown City Lions. Manly United - Blacktown Spartans. Blacktown Spartans U20 - St. George City U Hills United U20 - St. SD Raiders U20 - St. Mounties Wanderers U20 - St. George Saints U Bayside United - Mt Gravatt Hawks. Bayside United - Centenary Stormers. Valentine Phoenix - Hamilton Olympic.
Adamstown Rosebuds - Broadmeadow Magic. Hamilton Olympic - Valentine Phoenix. Edgeworth Eagles - Charlestown Azzurri. Lambton Jaffas - Charlestown Azzurri. Charlestown Azzurri - Adamstown Rosebuds. Hamilton Olympic - Lambton Jaffas. Lake Macquarie - Cooks Hill United. Broadmeadow Magic - Lambton Jaffas. Joondalup United Res. Mandurah City Res. Quinns Res. Subiaco Res. Forrestfield Utd Res.
Olympic Kingsway Res. Rockingham City Res. UWA Nedlands Res. White Eagles Res. Bayswater City U20 - Sorrento U Fremantle City - Curtin University. Gold Coast United - Logan Lightning. Brisbane City - Gold Coast Knights. Eastern Suburbs - Peninsula Power. Brisbane Olympic - Moreton Bay United. Eastern Suburbs - Moreton Bay United. Logan Lightning - Brisbane Olympic. Brisbane City - Moreton Bay United.
Eastern Suburbs - Brisbane Olympic. Belconnen United - Canberra Croatia. West Canberra Wanderers - Canberra Olympic. Gungahlin United - Tuggeranong United. Yoogali U23 - Weston Molonglo U White City Woodville - Adelaide City. South Adelaide Panthers - Adelaide Olympic. Cumberland United - Adelaide Galaxy. Campbelltown City - South Adelaide Panthers. Adelaide Olympic - Adelaide Comets. Adamstown Rosebuds Res. Lambton Jaffas Res. Maitland Res.
Newcastle Olympic Res. Edgeworth Eagles Res. Charlestown Azzurri Res. Broadmeadow Magic Res. Valentine Res. Lake Macquarie Res. West Wallsend Res. Belmont Swansea Res. Singleton Strikers Res. South Cardiff Res. New Lambton Res. Thornton Redbacks Res. Cessnock City Res. Wallsend Res. Newcastle Olympic - Broadmeadow Magic. Salisbury Inter - Adelaide Comets. WT Birkalla - Adelaide University. Adelaide City - Adelaide University. West Adelaide - Salisbury Inter.
Croatia Raiders Res. Playford City Res. Para Hills Knights Res. Adelaide University Res. West Adelaide Res. Adelaide Victory Res. Fulham United Res. Blue Eagles Res. Modbury Jets Res. Eastern United Res. Olympia Warriors - Kingborough Lions. Riverside Olympic - Clarence Zebras.
Launceston City - Glenorchy Knights. Devonport City - Riverside Olympic. Kingborough Lions - Launceston City. Glenorchy Knights - Olympia Warriors. Oakleigh Cannons - Dandenong City. Albans Saints - Heidelberg United. Avondale - Oakleigh Cannons. Port Melbourne - Heidelberg United. South Melbourne - Dandenong Thunder. Pascoe Vale - Manningham United Blues. Eurostar Standard Premier 1st class Train journeys from the UK into Europe often involve a change of train and station in Paris.
Eurostar arrives at the Gare du Nord , which is an easy 7 minute m walk from the Gare de l'Est but a metro or taxi ride from the other Paris stations including the Gare de Lyon. The Paris metro website is www. If you want to spend some time in Paris, by all means take an earlier Eurostar on the outward journey or a later one on your return.
There are left luggage lockers at several Paris rail stations if you need to leave your luggage somewhere. You can avoid the hassle of crossing Paris when travelling to many French destinations, by changing at Lille , see the London to France page. It's Brussels' main hub station, and it includes the Eurostar terminal.
All long-distance trains use Brussels Midi station, including trains to Amsterdam, Cologne, Paris and all other destinations in Belgium, so changing trains is easy and only takes a few minutes. See the Brussels Midi station page for more information about changing in Brussels. Most people now start their journey to Europe by Eurostar, but the ferry alternatives are well worth considering, especially to Amsterdam or Spain. It takes far longer about 9 hours , is far less convenient and usually costs more than a cheap fare on Eurostar, but you avoid the Channel Tunnel if that's an issue for you, you get to sail across the Channel from the White Cliffs of Dover, and it can sometimes be cheaper if you have to travel at short notice and all the cheap Eurostar tickets have sold out.
This is not a bad option if you need an alternative to Eurostar. UK to Spain by ferry Brittany Ferries operate excellent cruise ferries all year round from the UK to Spain, a stress-free and highly-recommended way to get there. See the UK to Spain by ferry page. Other useful ferry routes There are now no ferries to anywhere in Scandinavia, you need to go by train via Brussels and Copenhagen, or by ferry to Hoek van Holland then train via Copenhagen.
North of England or Scotland to mainland Europe by ferry : If you live in the north of England or Scotland, there are direct cruise ferries from Newcastle to IJmuiden Amsterdam with www. These can sometimes be better than taking a train to London and Eurostar onwards. More information. This is a TGV Duplex.
Tables for 2 as well as tables for 4. That's it. There's no need to pay for a 1st class ticket to travel in comfort these days, even in Eastern Europe, especially on the fast modern air-conditioned express trains. If you're on a budget, don't bother with 1st class unless you are offered prices that make it silly not to upgrade. For most of us, 2nd class is the norm unless the Company is paying.
If you're visiting Europe from overseas, rest assured that there are very few peasants and chickens in 2nd class these days First class gets you wider seats, plusher seats, more leg and elbow room, and fewer passengers per coach. In most cases, assume that is all. Luggage room is exactly the same, perhaps with fewer passengers per coach using it, but this is not a sensible reason for paying a 1st class fare as there's always room for luggage in any class.
Unless you're told otherwise, you should assume that a 1st class ticket simply gets you a nicer seat with more leg and elbow room, surrounded by more business travellers with laptops and fewer families with kids. Table for two? So in a typical first class car you'll find tables for two and solo seats as well as tables for four - if you're a couple, facing each other across an intimate table for two, both of you getting a window seat that's also an aisle seat is a key advantage of going 1st class.
As is booking a 'solo' seat if you're travelling alone. Train seat numbering plans : Click here for train seating plans. Don't decide until you see the price! In these circumstances, you'd be crazy not to pay a bit extra to treat yourself to the extra comfort. On sleeper trains, whether you have a 1st or 2nd class ticket is almost irrelevant, as your comfort depends on the type of sleeping accommodation you pay for: Ordinary seat, couchette, or sleeper.
A 2nd class couchette is more comfortable and more secure than a 1st class seat. A 2nd class sleeper is more comfortable than a 1st class couchette where such things exist! In fact, on many routes only a 2nd class ticket is now needed even for a 2-berth sleeper.
On nightjet sleeper trains , for example, all accommodation is now classified as 2nd class, even deluxe sleepers with shower! The options for travelling on overnight trains are explained here. Which seats are reserved and which free?
On trains with optional reservation, there will either be a small electronic display or a slot for paper reservation labels above each seat. The photo above is unusual, this Berlin-Prague train has both! Should you make a seat reservation? Such trains don't usually have any displays showing which seats are free and which reserved, as all passengers are assumed to have a reserved seat. Longer-distance trains in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark and much of Eastern Europe: Seat reservation is usually optional and a small fee is charged if you want to reserve a seat.
Electronic displays on the wall above each seat or on older trains, a little printed ticket show which seats are reserved. If you don't have a reservation you can sit anywhere you like, just check that it's not a seat that's been reserved by someone else.
Travelling alone I don't normally bother making a reservation, especially if I'm joining at the station where the train starts so I can have my pick of the seats and can choose one that lines up with a window. But if making a long journey or travelling on a busy Friday or Sunday afternoon, it's a good idea to make a reservation to be sure of a seat. If travelling as a family or in a small group, a reservation means you're sure of getting seats together.
You are usually offered the option of adding a seat reservation when buying a ticket online, but if you decline it's not always possible to go back and make a 'reservation only' booking later as relatively few websites will do that.
Although you can of course do this by phone or at the station. I know from experience that American visitors in particular if you'll forgive me for saying so are obsessed with facing forwards. Europeans less so, as we are used to trains with half the seats facing one way, half the other, and we know that it's no big deal as trains run smoothly on rails - think cruise liner restaurant, where half the diners are going backwards at 18 knots without noticing!
On most European trains you cannot specify which way your seat faces - the reservation system knows the carriage seat layout, but it cannot predict which way round the train will enter service that day. There are a few cases where a forward-facing seat can be requested.
Some operators including Eurostar keep their trains a particular way round, for example on Eurostar car 1is always at the London end, car 16 at the Paris end. You can often select a seat from a graphic seating plan when you book such trains direct with the relevant operator, the direction of travel is often indicated on the plan so you can see which seats face which way. In the UK, we have traditionally had a much simpler low-tech system.
Two seats facing each other have the same number, say 15, the one facing is 15F and the one going backwards is 15B. Remember that on trains where reservation is optional domestic trains in Benelux countries, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, and much of Eastern Europe you can sit where you like, and if you find your reserved seats not to your liking just sit elsewhere.
However, in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, all long-distance trains are all-reserved so you usually have to stick with your reserved seats. My favourite arrangement in first class on most European trains is a face-to-face table for two. Both of you get a window seat, and both an aisle seat, and one seat is always facing forwards. My wife usually gets that! On a few routes the best scenery is on one particular side of the train - for example the left hand side going south along the Rhine Valley between Cologne and Mainz, or the Elbe River Valley from Dresden to Prague, and the right hand side through the Arlberg Pass from Zurich to Innsbruck - I try and mention which side to sit on the relevant pages of this site, if it matters.
Just be aware that most train reservation systems won't let you choose which side of the train to sit as the train or carriage could enter service either way round, but remember that on trains where reservation is optional domestic trains in Benelux countries, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Denmark, much of Eastern Europe you can sit where you like if your reserved seat is on the 'wrong' side.
A typical first class lounge. There are similar lounges at other major stations in Germany. In some countries, you'll find first class lounges at stations, usually with complimentary tea, coffee, soft drinks or even beer and wine available. WiFi and an internet PC may also be available.
Sometimes the lounge is for anyone with a first class ticket which may or may not include those with first class railpasses , but in some countries the lounges are only for holders of the most expensive business-orientated first class tickets or for holders of that particular train operator's special frequent traveller loyalty card. Opening times vary, the lounges may or may not be of use when catching a late-night sleeper.
Here's a quick guide:. These are open to holders of full-price Business Premier first class tickets and holders of Eurostar's top-rank Carte Blanche loyalty card, but not to holders of Standard Premier first class tickets, or to first class railpass holders. The following countries have lounges for first class passengers at their major stations open to anyone with any first class ticket including reduced-rate ones and in some cases first class Eurail or Interrail passes.
The lounges have complimentary refreshments and other benefits such as WiFi. Check www. Tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks available. It can be used by anyone with any type of 1st class international ticket including 1st class Interrail or Eurail passes. Typically open daily, follow signs for DB Lounge , search www. Since December , you also can't get in if you have a Sparpreis or Supersparpreis fare, only the most expensive 1st class full-flex Flexpreis tickets will get you into the DB Lounges.
Typically open , but for details see www. Soft drinks and snacks available, alcoholic drinks are only available after You can use the lounge for up to 90 minutes before or after your journey. Typically open from to every day. You can use them from 2 hours before your train leaves until departure.
Tea, coffee, soft drinks, beer and snacks available. For details search www. Hungary : Budapest Keleti has a business lounge near platform 9, open daily open for anyone with a 1st class international ticket to, from or via Budapest, or a single or double sleeper ticket, or a 1st class InterRail or Eurail pass with a reservation for a train that day.
Czech Republic : CD Czech Railways has a lounge at Prague Hlavni with newspaper and free WiFi, but it's also open to 2nd class passengers with tickets for the higher categories of train such as EuroCity and SuperCity so it's more upmarket waiting room than 1st class lounge.
Open Monday-Friday only. Passengers with 1st class tickets for SJ trains to Stockholm or Intercity trains to Germany can also use it. They cannot be used just by anyone with a 1st class ticket. If you are a 1st class passenger on Thalys and want to use the Grand Voyageur lounge at Paris Gare du Nord or the Thalys lounge at Brussels Midi with armchair seating and free drinks, you need get hold of a special Thalys card: Thalys trains operate the Paris-Brussels-Amsterdam and Paris-Brussels-Cologne high-speed routes.
If you intend travelling on Thalys in 1st class, go to www. Then buy your 1st class Thalys tickets at www. Your actual card will only be sent to you by post after you make the first booking using your TheCard number. Couchettes, 6-berth , with the bunks folded out. Couchettes, 4-berth : Much more room! Sleeper trains are a very time-effective and romantic way to travel - although as each year goes by, they seem to get rarer. Huge distances can be covered while you sleep, using up less daytime time than flying and often saving a hotel bill too.
On overnight trains, your comfort depends on whether you choose an ordinary seat, an economical couchette, or a comfortable bed in the sleeping-car. A 2nd class sleeper is more comfortable than a 1st class couchette! In fact, all accommodation on nightjet sleeper trains is now technically 2nd class, even a deluxe single-bed sleeper with shower!
Incidentally, trains don't have sterns or bows or port or starboard. They also don't have cabins , as they are not a ship. The correct term is sleeper or couchette compartment. Yes, you are! A sleeping-car is the equivalent of a hotel : A cosy bedroom, with comfortable beds, washbasin, and room service. For the daytime parts of a journey, the beds fold away to reveal a sofa.
Sleepers come in 1, 2, 3 and in a few cases 4-berth varieties, depending on the route, whether you have a 1st or 2nd class ticket, and the price you want to pay. If you are travelling alone and don't want to pay for a 1st class single room, you can normally book just one berth in a 2 or 3-berth room and share with other passengers of the same sex though this is not possible in Spanish preferente or gran classe sleepers. In addition to the normal lock, sleeper compartments have a security lock which cannot be opened from outside even with a staff key, so you'll be both safe and snug.
The most modern sleepers now have CCTV in the corridor, too. For more detailed information about what to expect when travelling by sleeper, see the Travelling by Sleeping-car or Couchette page or the information about specific sleeper trains, including:. In addition to the normal lock, couchette compartments have a security lock which cannot be opened from outside, even with a staff key, so you'll be quite safe.
There's more detailed information about what to expect when travelling by couchette on the Travelling by Couchette or Sleeping-car page. For more specific information, if your journey involves a nightjet, see the nightjet sleeper train page. Although it's the cheapest option, travelling overnight in an ordinary seat is a false economy and not recommended however tight your budget, either for comfort or security.
There's no lock on the compartment door, and no staff on duty. Think of it as the equivalent almost! Always budget for at least the couchette supplement for a comfortable night's journey. Some trains have reclining seats French overnight trains and some Spanish overnight trains , but although better than a normal seat they still don't offer the flat bed and safely locked compartment of a couchette or sleeper. Couchettes, 4-berth : Much more room per passenger!
It's easy to find your train. If you can find your flight at an airport, you can find your train at a station. Train formation display , showing where along the platform each car of a train will stop. This saves you running up and down looking for your car. You can be waiting in the right place when your train comes in! Above is a printed German version. Below is an electronic French railways version. Do you need to check in for a train?
This often gets asked by overseas visitors unfamiliar with train travel, even if it's obvious to a European familiar with train travel. Generally speaking, there's no check-in for a train whatsoever.
You simply walk off the street into the station, glance at the departure boards, walk to the relevant platform and step onto the train. It really is as simple as that. To spell it out, if a train is due to leave at , the doors may close at , and at off it goes. If you are on board at , you go with it. If you're not, you get left behind. At most European railway stations there is no physical barrier at all between the street outside, the station concourse, the platforms and the train.
So even if you weren't catching a train and didn't have a ticket, you could wander into the station, walk up to the train and peer in through the windows. Or indeed, step on board - many of the photos on this website were taken that way! A refreshing contrast to air travel. Tickets are generally only checked on board the train during the journey, not at the station.
You'll generally only find ticket barriers or automatic ticket gates at suburban or metro-style stations. Obviously, this doesn't mean you should cut it fine. It's best allow plenty of time to get to the station and find your train. It may leave from a remote platform a minute or two's walk from the main concourse, for example. Don't expect a train to be ready for boarding three hours before it leaves. Even at the station where a train starts, the platform number might be posted only 20 minutes before departure - or for a local train, perhaps just 10 minutes before.
So don't panic if the platform isn't shown half an hour before it leaves, just wait patiently until it comes up on the departure boards. This is perfectly normal. Top tip: At major stations you'll often find a display on each platform labelled composition des trains French , Wagenreihungsplan or Wagenstandsanzeiger German , see the photos on the right. It shows the formation of each train using that platform and where along the platform each car number will stop.
If you are reserved in a specific car, this helps you find the right place to wait along the platform, it saves you running up and down the platform looking for your car when the train comes in. On international trains, is there passport control before boarding?
On international trains, passport control generally takes place on board the train at the border station en route. That's if there is any passport control, of course, as these days many western European countries belong to the Schengen zone and there isn't any, other than spot checks. So there's no passport control when you board, and no passport control when you get off.
If it's done at all, it's done at the border stop during the journey. Eurostar is an exception, with a minimum 30 minute check-in Eurostar has a minimum 30 minute check-in so that passports and X-ray security checks can take place before boarding. When you arrive at your destination, you just walk off the platform into the station with no further checks.
You'll find more information about checking in for Eurostar on the Eurostar page. Spanish high-speed trains One other exception worth noting that in Spain there is a brief X-ray luggage scan before accessing the departure area for AVE, Alvia, Altaria and other high-speed trains.
Tickets are then checked before boarding. This may all take only a few minutes, but it's best not to arrive 30 seconds before your train leaves! This gets asked a lot. I spend half my time reassuring people that a 10 minute connection into a frequent local train is fine, or that an 8-minute cross-platform interchange in Germany on a through ticket is fine, the other half of my time telling people to allow a whole hour not just a few minutes between an mile sleeper train and an onward mile daytime train on their epic trip right across Europe, especially where each train has its own train-specific ticket so missing the onward train may mean buying a new ticket.
So I've attempted the impossible, combining sometimes seemingly-contradictory advice into one coherent section for newbie travellers covering all eventualities. Just remember I said attempted! Here it is, Train Connections It takes just minutes to change trains It physically takes just 90 seconds to step off one train, cross the platform and step onto another train. Or perhaps 2 minutes to step off one train, go down the steps or escalator into the station subway, walk a few metres across to another platform, go up onto that platform and step onto your next train.
There is no check-in, and no physical barrier between stepping off one train and stepping onto another. So switching trains is usually quick and easy, it's not like changing planes. The real issue that determines how long you allow for a connection is not how long it takes you to walk from one train to the other - whether this takes 2 minutes 36 seconds or 3 minutes 24 seconds is a mere detail. It is all about risk management. How long you allow between trains depends on how likely the first train is to be late, and what the consequences are if you miss your connection.
The chances of a European high-speed train being significantly late are relatively small. Far better than competing airlines. On the other hand, sleeper trains can run late, as can any and all trains in the Balkans, for example, so here you need to allow more time. If your onward connection is a local unreserved train If you miss a local train, or any domestic train in Switzerland, Belgium or the Netherlands, you simply hop on the next one.
No reservation is necessary on these trains and your ticket is valid on any departure. So in this case, allowing a few minutes for a connection is absolutely fine. If you miss it, you catch the next one. Example : You're reserved on a high-speed Thalys train from Paris to Brussels and have 10 minutes to change onto a domestic InterCity train to Bruges. Is this enough? Yes, because if you miss the train to Bruges, there's another one 30 minutes later, no reservation is necessary and your ticket is valid on any train.
Exactly the same advice would apply to catching for example a TGV-Lyria from Paris to Basel and changing there onto a Swiss domestic train to say Interlaken. Or catching an all-reserved high-speed train from Rome to Florence and changing onto a local train to Siena.
If your onward connection is a long-distance reserved train If you're connecting into an all-reserved train with a cheap ticket that's only valid on that specific departure, you don't want to miss it. In this case I'd allow more time, perhaps half an hour. Example : You're reserved on a Thalys high-speed train from Brussels to Paris and your ticket is only valid on this specific departure.
Is 10 minutes enough? Well, it's plenty of time to physically change onto the Thalys if the InterCity is on time. And if you're on a through ticket, you are entitled to be rebooked on a later Thalys if the InterCity is late and you miss the Thalys as explained here. But is it really worth the hassle? Discretion is the better part of valour, and as your ticket will be valid on any train over the Bruges to Brussels section, I'd catch the previous train leaving 30 minutes earlier, giving you 40 minutes in Brussels to have a coffee and a stress-free connection.
Or taking a local train from Siena to Florence to connect with an all-reserved high-speed train to Rome. If your onward connection is an overnight sleeper train, or part of an epic journey If you are connecting with a sleeper train that you cannot afford to miss, or making a connection that is part of a long series of inter-dependent connections right across Europe, I'd probably allow an hour or two between trains, sometimes more, and plan to have a meal or a coffee or beer.
Online journey planners suggest interchange times of as little as 15 minutes. In theory perhaps, but as you don't want to miss that sleeper, I'd allow far more time, say minutes at least, and have dinner in Cologne.
Example 2 : You use the journey planner at bahn. The system won't sell you a ticket, but comes up with train times involving a split-second 8-minute connection in Munich, a minute connection in Budapest, and a minute connection in Bucharest. Is this realistic? No, certainly not. In this case, the computer is only allowing the same minimal times between trains it would allow for any trivial short journey, and is not building in an allowance for delay like a savvy traveller would if he worked out an itinerary manually for such an epic trip.
In this case, I'd make sure that my journey plan was far more robust by allowing an hour or two hours between trains at major cities, possibly more, so that any unforeseen delay on one leg did not jeopardise the rest of the trip. If you are connecting out of an overnight sleeper train To be on the safe side, I'd allow for a long-distance overnight sleeper train to arrive up to an hour late.
In the Balkans I'd expect the Istanbul to Bucharest train to be at least an hour late, probably more. So allow for this when planning onward connections. Example You're catching the Cologne-Munich sleeper train, due to arrive in Munich at There are onward connections to Salzburg at and , both with cheap fares available which are only valid on whichever specific train you choose. Online systems and the European Rail Timetable blindly suggest the But is this a safe connection?
Frankly no, it isn't. Even this excellent sleeper train can arrive 10, 20 or 40 minutes late, and it pays to be on the safe side. In this case I'd recommend booking the and having a leisurely breakfast in Munich.
However, there are exceptions to this advice. You can buy a through ticket from Cologne to Salzburg covering this sleeper to Munich and the tight connection with the to Salzburg all on one ticket. In this case, I might go with it, because with a through ticket you're definitely covered by CIV international conditions of carriage and will be able to take a later train if there's a delay and you miss the Which you will, on a significant proportion of occasions.
But in this case it would be no big deal. Do you have a through ticket, or separate tickets? The consequences of a missed connection are much less if you have a through ticket one ticket covering both trains rather than two separate tickets. If you have a through ticket, and the online system has booked you a tight connection, that's absolutely fine.
The system won't have booked you a connection that isn't physically possible, and with a through ticket you're definitely covered by the CIV international conditions of carriage if you miss a connection through no fault of your own due to a train delay. The CIV entitle you to be rebooked on a later onward train at no extra charge. If you have two separate tickets, it's a grey area, although if both trains are operated by companies who are members of the Railteam Alliance, the Railteam Promise may apply and you can get your ticket stamped and hop on a later train.
Example : You're booking an inter-city journey across Germany on the German Railways website bahn. Is it safe to book this? Yes, this is absolutely fine. It wouldn't sell a ticket if the connection wasn't reasonable, and you're buying a through ticket so if there's a delay and you miss this connection, you're entitled to take a later onward train as explained below. So you're covered! Recommended connection times when changing stations in Paris The recommended times to allow for connections involving a change of trains and stations in Paris, for example between Eurostar from London and an onward train from Paris, are shown on the How to cross Paris by metro or taxi page.
Travel tips When changing in Brussels out of Eurostar onto an onward train, there's a useful short cut which can save several minutes, see the advice here. When booking or planning a journey at the German Railways website www. What happens if you miss a connection? All is not lost! You may well be entitled to be re-booked on a later train, even with a non-changeable ticket. All is explained in the When things go wrong section below. Over the last few years I've travelled back from Croatia to London by train whilst volcanic ash grounded all flights for a week, I've taken the ferry to the Netherlands for Christmas spot on time with our in-cabin TV showing endless news about Heathrow's closure due to snow, I have travelled to Seville in Spain by train and got there ahead of airline passengers who found Heathrow closed for several days due to fog.
The most usual feedback I get is that people's trips around Europe by train all worked like clockwork, until they got back to London and their train home was 45 minutes late! Things do occasionally go wrong, so here's what you should know Plan realistic connections to start with. Physically changing trains usually only takes a minute or two to, but you need to 1 allow for possible delays to the first train, and 2 consider the consequences of missing your onward train.
The recommended connections shown on this site take all this into account. For example, if you miss a Swiss domestic train it's no big deal as you can simply hop on the next one half an hour later. But if you miss a sleeper train then you're stuffed, so a sensible traveller will allow more time to be on the safe side, perhaps an hour or more. Ticketing is an important factor: A 10 minute connection for an onward train is fine if you have an open ticket equally valid on later trains.
But many cheap long-distance tickets are train-specific, and in principle if you miss the train your ticket becomes worthless - so the consequences of missing the onward train are much greater and you should allow longer. On the other hand, on a through ticket you're legally covered for delays and missed connections even with train-specific tickets, so if you had a through ticket from Cologne to Copenhagen bought from DB for example, a minute connection in Hamburg isn't such a big risk, you'll be looked after.
Which brings me to the next point Be aware of your rights and of the arrangements which apply if connections are missed With a through ticket the international conditions of carriage CIV give you a cast-iron legal entitlement to travel on by later trains if a delay means a missed connection, so tight connections aren't necessarily a problem.
But these days you often get separate tickets for each train and that protection only legally applies to connections within each ticket, not between tickets. Be aware of these arrangements, they usually mean you can continue by a later train if the worst happens and you miss a connection, even with train-specific cheap tickets.
Always take out travel insurance , but don't expect it to bail you out of missed connections. Many rail tickets are non-refundable. If you or a close relative falls ill, for example, and you have to cancel your trip, you'll usually be able to claim the costs back through your travel insurance. However, few if any travel insurers understand multi-leg overland travel, so don't expect them to cover missed connections as they may well not do so.
Some insurers have a strange clause that only covers problems with the first direct leg from the UK, which basically means you're only covered for the effect of major delays as far as Paris or Brussels! I have yet to find an insurer who offers an overland travel insurance policy which covers the knock-on effects of major delays or strikes or cancellations to any one segment of the route.
Insurers take note, there's a gap in the market! If you miss a connection If you miss a connection, don't worry! Step 1, get your ticket endorsed by staff on the delayed train or at the interchange station when you arrive. If there's a significant delay, Eurostar train managers may walk through the train helping people with connections, or may announce that they are available to help in a particular car of the train. Similarly, staff on other European trains can usually endorse or stamp your ticket if the train is delayed.
Tip: If crossing Paris by metro, buy your metro ticket in the Eurostar cafe-bar car, this saves vital minutes in Paris and you might still make the connection. Alternatively, if you arrive at the interchange station and find you have missed your connection, ask station staff to stamp or endorse your ticket. First, try the station information desk, as this can be quicker than queuing at the ticket office.
If you miss a connection in Brussels, go to the SNCB international ticket office, do not ask Thalys staff, see the advice here. Step 2, approach staff of the operator of the onward train. This might mean at the station information desk, or perhaps the train manager of the next onward train once it is platformed. Explain the situation politely, show your tickets and ask for help. It's good to be aware of your rights under the international conditions of carriage or CIV as well as its limitations, and of the HOTNAT or AJC arrangements between operators to help passengers who have missed connections.
It should not normally be necessary to buy new onward tickets, except as a very last resort. My advice is never to buy any new tickets until you have talked to staff working for the onward train operator. For example, one traveller from Berlin to London was told by DB in Berlin that she'd need to buy new Eurostar tickets as disruption meant she wouldn't make her booked Eurostar.
Travel to Brussels and ask Eurostar staff for help. And if the first staff you talk to won't help, don't give up, try other staff who may be better trained, or perhaps ask to see the station manager. An example I'm travelling from London to Bordeaux, but my Eurostar is running 40 minutes late and I risk missing my onward connection in Paris.
Naturally, I've got a non-changeable non-refundable ticket! An announcement is made that the train manager will be in the bar car to help passengers with connections. He stamps my ticket and tells me to go to the ticket office at Paris Montparnasse to get myself rebooked on a later train.
In the event, I buy a metro ticket from the Eurostar cafe-bar to save time queuing at the metro ticket office top tip! If you miss a Eurostar due to a delayed train I'm pleased to say that Eurostar have always been very good about re-booking people on a later Eurostar from Paris or Brussels back to London, free of charge, if for example the sleeper from Italy has been seriously delayed arriving in Paris, even if you have a non-changeable Eurostar ticket. Eurostar are also very good about rebooking people on a later Eurostar from London if their UK train has been delayed into London.
But do allow plenty of connectional time in the first place. If you miss a connection in Brussels First, a tip: You can save vital minutes when changing from Eurostar to an onward train in Brussels if you use the connections escalator half way along the Eurostar platforms as explained here. But if you miss your connection, here's what to do There's a queuing system, press the Railteam button which I believe gives you priority. Explain the situation and ask for the Railteam stamp on your ticket that allows you to hop on the next train.
You don't! Once you have the Railteam stamp, you can simply board the next train and show the ticket and stamp to the conductor. Naturally, you may have to use the tip-up seats in the entrance vestibules on the Thalys if it's full, but it's not a long journey. Feedback is always appreciated! If your onward travel is by InterCity train to domestic Belgian destinations or to Luxembourg or the Netherlands via Roosendaal, you'd just get on the next train, no other action necessary as your ticket is valid on any train in any case.
Your rights: CIV conditions of carriage All European international train tickets are issued subject to the CIV international conditions of carriage see en. Missed connection protection Amongst other things, the CIV say that if you miss a connection due to a train delay, you are entitled to be carried forward by the next available onward train, even if your ticket is only valid on the train you've missed and theoretically non-changeable.
It doesn't matter who operates which train, this applies whether the trains concerned are operated by the same or different train companies. And in theory, if you miss a last train, you are entitled to be given a hotel room for the night. But there's a major loophole in the CIV which means this missed connection protection may not cover you Fortunately, most operators honour the CIV in practice and will generally let you travel onwards on a later train if there's a delay and missed connection.
But especially when they are pushed into a corner and for example asked to pay for a hotel or asked to refund money that you paid off your own bat for new onward rail tickets without asking to be re-booked free of charge, they may claim that the CIV only applies to 'through tickets', i. Legally they are right, until or unless the EU change the rules to properly protect passengers making through journeys on two or more separate tickets. So you'd definitely be covered if you bought a London to Berlin Sparpreis London ticket which German Railways used to sell, but which from March no longer exists and missed the connection in Brussels, as this is one ticket so one contract for transportation.
But if you bought a London-Brussels ticket at eurostar. Even if you bought both tickets together in what looked like one transaction at a retailer's site such as raileurope. The CIV were written when through tickets existed for almost all journeys and were the norm, the current fragmentation of the rail industry means people must now make through journeys on separate tickets, and frankly the CIV are no longer fit for purpose.
However, two further provisions may still help you if you are making a through journey on separate tickets and miss a connection due to a delay, the Railteam Promise and Agreement for Journey Continuation. See www. The Railteam hub stations include Lille Europe, Brussels Midi, Frankfurt Main and the principal Paris termini even if your connection involves changing stations in Paris. Agreement on Journey Continuation AJC In July , 14 national rail operators signed an agreement which means in the event of a delay and missed connection, they will allow you to travel onwards by a later train at no charge even if you have separate tickets for each train and those trains are run by different operators, as long as both operators are signatories to the agreement.
In other words, these operators agree to apply the CIV missed connection protection even between separate contracts for transportation. The signatories to the AJC are:. I gather SJ Swedish Railways has also now signed. Eurostar, Thalys, Thello aren't signatories even though they are wholly-owned subsidiaries of an operator who has signed the AJC. However, I have been told but cannot confirm that Eurostar have agreed to apply the AJC even though they are not a signatory.
You have to be making an international journey, not a purely domestic one. Both trains have to be run by signatories to the agreement. You must have allowed reasonable period of time between trains, meaning at least the minimum applied by official journey planners. You may need to get proof of the delay from the delayed operator which they are obliged to give you.
Onward travel has to be on the same operator on the same route. It is either the station staff or the train manager for the onward train you gives you permission, you should ask at the interchange station. Remember that AJC is a commercial agreement between operators, not a passenger right you can claim, so politely remind staff about it if they don't seem to know. A traveller reports: "I got to my local station and there were no trains going anywhere! There had been an emergency that stopped all trains for half an hour or so in the early morning rush hour, just when I needed to get to London for the 8.
So what do you do? At St Pancras, I did the same - went to the Eurostar ticket office and they stamped the unused tickets, issued new ones and off I went. At Gare de Lyon, I went to the ticket office, showed them all the dockets, stamped, stapled and initialled tickets and again they just issued me a ticket for the next train. Either way, you get a stress-free holiday to Italy, Switzerland, Spain, France, eastern Europe or even Morocco overland by train, with regular departures from London by Eurostar, no flying, no airport hassles and no whole days spent in cramped coach seats on motorways.
Railbookers, railbookers. They look after their customers well and get a lot of repeat business, so I've no hesitation in recommending them. Great Rail Journeys , greatrail. Check the tour details online, then call to book or use their online booking form. There are several good guidebooks specifically to help you travel by train to and around Europe.
My own book revised in is now too long in the tooth, but there are two newer books I'd recommend. Europe by Rail combines city guides with train information for train-based tours of Europe. People sometimes think a guidebook is an unnecessary expense, but it's a tiny fraction of what you're spending on your whole trip.
You will see and understand so much more if you have a decent guidebook. For the independent traveller, I think the best ones out there are either the Lonely Planet or the Rough Guide. Both guidebooks are excellent, and you won't regret buying one! My favourite hotel search site: www.
You can usually book with free cancellation - this allows you to confirm your accommodation at no risk before train booking opens. It also means you can hold accommodation while you finalise your itinerary, and alter your plans as they evolve - a feature I use all the time when putting a trip together. I never book hotels non-refundably. I have also come to trust their review scores - you won't be disappointed with anything over 8. Tip: It can pay to compare prices across multiple hotel sites: HotelsCombined.
Though if there's not much in it, I prefer keeping all my bookings together in one place at www. It has a simple interface, a good selection in most countries worldwide, useful online customer reviews of each hotel, and decent prices, usually shown inclusive of unavoidable extras such as taxes a pet hate of mine is systems that show one price, then charge you another! Comfort Hotel Gare de l'Est 2-star. Hostelworld offers online booking of dorm beds or ultra-cheap private rooms in backpacker hostels in most European cities at rock-bottom prices.
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