Help!! I am planning on taking a train from Vienna to Zurich and then from Zurich to Paris. Unfortunately, I can only find prices for Vienna to Zurich. On www.oebb.at it costs 29 euros to go from Vienna to Zurich, but it won't tell me the price for a train from Zurich to Paris. Student Universe says it's $109, but I think they're ripping me off. I don't trust STA or Student Universe, they always overprice tickets. Does anyone know where I can find some accurate prices for these train tickets?? And hopefully a website where I can buy the tickets online?? Thanks.
To travel there are a lot of options :
Zurich - Mannheim - Paris
Zurich - Mannheim - Koln - Paris
Zurich - Geneve - Paris
Zurich - Lausanne - Paris
Zurich - Geneve - Lyon - Paris
To find a lot of info you can check www.bahn.de[/url I am sorry but I could not find any prices of a train ticket.
Another option for you is maby taking a bus [url]www.eurolines.com wich is easy and cheap or flying wich is fast.
this sounds right 109 euros is actually very cheap. Swiss is sooooo pricey to travel thru.
Ur better off goin to innsbruck, austria to fly to paris, its on ur way to Zurich, maybe 2 hours by train. Fly with skyeurope, i just flew with them from Paris to Innsbruck for 70 euro
sorry, but 29 euros from vienna to zurich is impossible. believe me, i'm austrian.
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Standardticket für die 2.Klasse 55.60 Euro.
--> and that just to feldkirch (last station before the border, the prices to other countries can't be looked up in the internet)
i dont believe you have a "vorteilscard", they are from the oebb only. you have to order them (and pay, of course).
[i was paying about 50 euros from feldkirch to geneva, and i do have a "vorteilscard" (reduction about 40% for me).]
zurich to geneva is 77 CHF (about 50 euros again)
in france there is the TGV. (the fastest train) thats about 80 euros.
= 185 euros ___ Don't lose courage! ___
when you get some kind of reduction, it's all different, of course.
flying there is a great idea.
i'm too lazy to look up what it would cost through germany.
oh, and: you can buy tickets online at oebb.at and sbb.ch
i'm sure about that