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Reviews (2,404) 4.7
  • Tsz Kin 21 Jul 2019

    Review for: Eurail Global Pass

    They will mail the rail pass to you. In any rail station, you can validate it (reserve some 15 minutes for queue up and check by counter) Can take euro star but needs reservation of around 30-35 euro per trip
  • Xiaoyun 17 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    It is very convenient to have a Swiss pass when traveling around. It includes train, cable car, tram, boat, bus and some museums tickets. For some places, if the public transportation is not included, there will be 50% off. So it is worthy to get one. I have bought the Swiss pass for 3 times for these consecutive years.
  • CHEUK YU 17 Jul 2019

    Review for: BritRail Pass (Consecutive 2, 3, 4, 8, 15, 22 Days or 1 Month)

    If you’ve already have a great plan to travel different places in UK, this package is a very good choice to save your money if you don’t want to be too rush to catch up the specific train. For example, I travelled to Edinburgh from Leeds with a very flexible schedule. And I also used it to go Manchester Airport from Leeds.
  • Pei Hui 11 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    Swiss Travel Pass is a must when travel to Switzerland. Transportation in Switzerland is expensive, with this pass can helped a lot for the trip. Busses, train, boat free and discount for cable car. No regret for this pass!
  • YIN LING 22 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    I highly recommend people having Swiss pass when thru are traveling in Switzerland, it’s hassle-free and convenient, also easy to access many spots for free which definitely worth it !!
  • Shajid 11 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    This is by far best swiss bargain if you have to travel with family since my children aged 8 travelled free with a family card. Klook provided very good price compared to other websites
  • Rungtiwaporn 13 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    Easy to use and really good for the price.can get for many travel by train, bus, boat there are really good at service.
  • I Rene 2 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Half Fare Card

    Is so worth it with Swiss half fare pass if you travel a lot with train. I have do the calculation before I purchase the pass and make sure the total fare that I paid is cheaper including the $ of the pass
  • Cho Huey 1 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    The best way to travel Switzerland is to get the Swiss travel pass. Very easy, convenient, efficient, cost saving and worry free. Best to get from Klook, very reliable and price matched. It's applicable to most forms of land and water transport. Stations may be congested but with the pass you actually save a lot of time and of course hassle--free.
  • Chung Gwan 29 Jun 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    very convenient. You do not have to further queue up for a ticket purchase and just board the train directly. The E-tickets does not requires validation at one of the SBB ticket counter. It is ready to use the moment you have its QR code and landed in Switzerland You can also use your phone as backup if your existing printed voucher is lost or damaged If you’re visiting to any of the alps covered by the pass, then its ticket price do pays off.
  • Chung Gwan 29 Jun 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    The Swiss travel pass made travel within Switzerland very convenient. You do not have to further queue up for a ticket purchase and just board the train directly. The physical tickets requires validation at one of the SBB ticket counter. If you’re visiting to any of the alps that has free access with the pass, then it is already worth its value. Does not cover panorama scenic rail reservation fee for the Golden Pass Express. You can ride but reserve seat is extra
  • Dinesh Singh 25 Jun 2019

    Review for: Swiss Half Fare Card

    it was great experience of having swiss half fare card. it was best suited for my family for 2 adult and 2 children below 16 years. we had gone to mount titlis and jungfrau, where we got discounts on these trip also kids were free. also we had train journey in mountains. we had taken saver day pass along with swiss half card for 2 adults and enjoyed all trip absolutely free all over the Switzerland. i recommend all to take swiss half fare card along with saver day pass, if you are coming 1st time in Switzerland and want to roam all along the mountain and for longer duration.
  • PEI SY 22 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass

    It’s cheaper with the Promo Code if using Klook compare to other web, it’s easy, print out and bring it together with your Passport and enjoy more discount!
  • Khee Seong 6 Jul 2019

    Review for: Europe Rail Ticket

    Really nice experience with the standard premier class. With food and drinks served at our seat like the airlines. The journey is smooth with some nice views too.
  • Shanti 3 Jul 2019

    Review for: Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    I just love my Swiss Pass! It’s so convenient to travel with it. Just show to the train conductors..Tts it! We get to enjoy boat ride, unlimited train rides for 4 days consecutively.
  • Megha 25 Jun 2019

    Review for: Eurail Global Pass (Consecutive 15, 22 Days or 1, 2, 3 Months)

    It’s cheap as compare to eurail direct website and u get your pass easily at your home .we travelled Paris Rome Pisa Venice Zurich frankfurt Amsterdam ...

COMMON QUESTIONS

How to book a train ticket with Klook?

Simply enter your departure and arrival city, select a departure (and return) date & time, indicate the number of passengers, then tap or click the search button. You will be provided with a list of train itineraries that you can choose from

How early can I purchase a train ticket?

This varies depending on your selected train routes, and also ranges from countries and type of trains. Generally speaking, many of the European train tickets can be booked as early as 90 days before train departure. Below are some of the recommended timelines* for ticket booking according to train type and popular routes:

== Domestic Trains ==

TGV (within France): 90 days in advance ICE (within Germany): 180 days in advance Railjet (within Austria): 90 days in advance Freccirarossa, Frecciaasgento, and Frecciabianca (within Itlay): 120 days in advance NTV (within Italy): 120 days in advance AVE (within Spain): 75 days in advance National Rail (UK): 75 days in advance

== International Trains ==

Eurostar (London to/from Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam): 180 days in advance Thalys (Paris to/from Brussels and Amsterdam): 90 days in advance ICE (Germany to/from neighboring countries): 180 days in advance TGV (France to/from neighboring countries): 90 to 120 days in advance TGV Lyria (Paris to/from Geneva and Zurich): 120 days in advance Berlin-Warsaw Express: 60 days

== Night Trains ==

Intercites de Nuit (within France): 90 days in advance Italian night trains: 90 days in advance OBB Night Train (Austria to/from neiboring countries): 180 days in advance Thello (Paris to/from Milan and Venice): 120 days in advance Lusitaina (Madrid to/from Lisbon): 60 days in advance

== Swiss Scenic Trains ==

Glacier Express (Zermatt - Brig - Chur / St. Moritz): 90 days in advance GoldenPass Line (Luzern - Interlaken - Zweisimmen - Montreux): 90 days in advance Bernina Express (Chur/Davos - St. Moritz - Tirano - Lugano): 90 days in advance Gotthard Panorama Express (Luzern - Fluelen - Bellinzona - Lugano): 90 days in advance

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What should I do if the booking is not open?

European train tickets are usually available for sale 90 days in advance, but if your preferred ticket is not yet available for purchase, it is probably because the your desired ticket is not yet available at that time

Why can't I find the train I want to book?

There are several reasons why you might not find your desired train:

(1) Your desired train is full, or (2) Your desired train route is not yet available for booking, or (3) Your desired train route is temporarily closed for booking due to track maintainance works, or (4) Your desired train journey might contain more than two changes (our system is designed to filter out any train routes with more than two exchanges to give you the most direct route)

Can I make a reservation first and pay within 24-72 hours?

At the moment, it is not possible to reserve now and pay for a ticket later with Klook. To secure a ticket, please pay as soon as you have chosen your chosen route

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