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I have been solely relying on Rome2Rio (click the link for a quick explanation of what Rome2Rio is) for planning transportation around Europe. However, only recently have I noticed that it doesn't provide complete information. For example, some TGV routes aren't included and I've had to find routes through other websites. Are there other websites similar to Rome2Rio or is there a more complete version of such a site?

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it's not really the same (there is no mix trains/planes) but to have tgv routes, try – Vince Sep 30 '13 at 11:02
You can't assume we all know this site, or know it as well as you do. You should tell us briefly what it does and especially what features it has (or lacks) are the ones you need. – hippietrail Sep 30 '13 at 12:11
TGV routes will soon be available through SNCF OpenData portal:… – Vince Feb 11 at 19:13

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I'm Chris from Rome2rio, if you don't mind sharing your experience we'd be keen to find out which TGV routes and European routes in general you have found are missing from Rome2rio results. This would help us review and improve our results in future. If you prefer you can send the details to

If you are looking for alternatives to Rome2rio you could also try routerank along with the site already mentioned. Also there are a couple more German focused sites with similar concepts and Waymate in the future they may expand to feature other European countries in their data.

Some other sites that you may already be aware of that I'd recommend would be a comprehensive schedule planner along with which has good references and guides to travelling by train in Europe.

There also several nice sites using the Rome2rio api, but as it is generally the same dataset as Rome2rio you may not be as interested in those :)

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+1, Love it when site owners come and engage in a useful manner, and aren't afraid to show alternatives. – Mark Mayo Oct 2 '13 at 5:18
I also recently heard of – Vince Feb 11 at 19:11
When I travelled in the Balkans, I found some bus routes missing from Rome2Rio database. I wrote to them with all the information needed and Chris answered that they appreciated the info. Unfortunately, they have not added anything to the database 3 months since. – soshial 6 hours ago

I think adding GoEuro for europe is important, specially because you can do booking. Note that I work for the company.

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Hi and welcome. Are you in any way affiliated with GoEuro? – JoErNanO Feb 11 at 16:03

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