My husband and I. , want to take a train from Paris to Amsterda, then a train to Brugges, and finally a tra
My husband and I are going to Paris on November and we want to take a train to Amsterda, and then to Brugges and back to Paris..Which is the less expensive ticket. A pass or buy them at the stations? Thank you....
The Eurail website will be much more expensive than going directly to the french rail website (SNCF). My french is very basic and I can figure it out. Or google will translate it. I find the prices MUCH cheaper there. Trains from Paris to Amsterdam are super simple. Not sure about Brugges (we rented a car to go there). My guess is you have to go back to Brussels to get to Brugges (and may have to get a bus). If these are the only places you want to go, individual tickets will be a much better deal than passes. And, you can wait until you get there and get them at a station, but you risk them being sold out. If you do this, I'd go to a station and try to get the tickets the first day you are in Paris. almost 7 years ago