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Train Strikes in Germany
From September 2-6, there will be a strike of railway staff in Germany that will impact regional and long distance rail travel in Germany. As a result, many trains in Germany will be running less frequently, and the trains that are running will probably be much busier than usual. Deutsche Bahn (German railways) will be posting updates on the situation here (page in German).
If you are planning on traveling in Germany or on an international route which passes through Germany, we recommend that you check your planned journey on Deutsche Bahn’s timetable (available in many languages) to see if your plans are affected. In the timetable, you can also see which other trains are running earlier or later to help you plan accordingly and minimize the impact on your trip.
If you run into any problems you cannot solve by taking an earlier or later train, feel free to get in touch with our customer service team.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Before contacting us, please check here for all the latest updates on coronavirus, including an FAQ section and information on rail disruptions related to the virus.
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Travel disruptions in Europe
Start your Eurail trip well-prepared and find out if there are any travel disruptions in Europe. We do our best to keep track of any strikes, construction works or other issues related to the train network that might affect your trip.
Traveling with a disability
We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy traveling by train in Europe. That's why we created this helpful document on traveling with a disability. It gives you a clear overview of passenger assistance offered by the different European railways.
Compensation for train delays
Did you experience a train delay of 60 minutes or longer on your Interrail trip? If so, you may be eligible for a monetary compensation. Read more about our policy on the Delay Compensation page and fill out the form to directly apply for compensation.
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