Regional trains

overview4Dutch trains: Regional (Sprinter) and Intercity (IC)

The Intercity trains (IC) serve all major cities and smaller towns in the Netherlands operated by NS. These trains are straightforward and frequent. The Regional train (Sprinter) are mostly used to connect major cities to smaller towns. Regional and Intercity tickets are open for booking 120 days ahead.

Finnish trains (VR)

Finnish trains operate on the extensive railway network to link major cities in Finland. Finnish trains tickets are open for booking 60 days ahead.

French trains: Intercités

Intercités are medium distance trains operating on routes which are not served by TGV. All Intercités trains are operated by SNCF, the French national railway company. You can book Intercités tickets online up to three months in advance.

German trains: Intercity (IC)
The Intercity (IC) and Eurocity trains connect all major cities in Germany. Both trains are operated by Deutsche Bahn (DB), the German national railway company which is the largest rail operator in Europe. You can book Intercity (IC) online up to three months in advance.

Paris, France

Hungarian trains

Hungarian trains operate within the country but also offer connections to neighbouring countries. Hungarian trains tickets are open for booking 60 days ahead.

Italian trains: Intercity

Intercity trains in Italy stop more regularly on their route as opposed to the high speed trains. They are comfortable and offer a quick way to travel between all major cities and towns. You can book Intercity online up to three months in advance.

Slovakian trains

Slovakian trains run on the main railway routes: Bratislava – Zilina – Kosice, Bratislava – Zvolen – Kosice and Bratislava – Cervena Skala – Margecany. Slovakian trains are the best way to travel within the country. Slovakian trains tickets are open for booking 60 days ahead.

TER

TER are regional trains serving every major city and small town in France. TER tickets are open for booking 120 days ahead.


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