Ok so we are doing a two week tour of Europe. We begin in Dublin and then take the ferry to Holyhead. We need to take a train to Cardiff and then on to london. We take another ferry to brussels and visit Amsterdam. We then need to go to Paris and then finally on to Italy. My question is....Should I get a rail pass or do point to point tickets
The man in seat 61 has a bit to say at the bullet 'InterRail pass or normal point-to-point tickets?'
Have you tried to compare prices to see what would be cheaper? One might seem cheaper but might not actually be. Good luck though.
Train tickets, in the UK, NEED to be booked in advance if you're doing them separately as the price goes up and up the later you purchase it. Don't get caught out!