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This site (rfi.it) gives arrivals and departures in a form similar to what I think you are expecting. Sample output for Roma Termini: There's also a list of regional timetables in PDF format here: http://www.trenitalia.com/tcom/Informazioni/Orari-regionali-in-versione-pdf e.g.


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You can do this through the Czech IDOS website. Simply enter the name of the station in the From field, after switching the language in the bottom-right corner. Optionally choose the date and click on SEARCH. You'll get the full list of trains departing from each of Rome's train stations: Clicking on an individual train will show you it's full schedule:...


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I had a good look on the Trenitalia site, both in the English version and in the google translate version of the original to my own language, (Dutch) and did not find any links or other indications of 'per station' listings. But I did find this page, which promises times per line rather than per station. If like me you do not read Italian, you will need a ...


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This depends on how many tickets you have. If you have a ticket for the Eurostar and a separate ticket for the onward connection, you are on your own. You can try to ask nicely and you may get lucky, but you typically won’t. If you have a single ticket for the entire connection (i.e. you booked the entire trip in one go), you are entitled to transportation ...


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On the German side, i.e. from Mittenwald northwards, the cheapest ticket is the Regio-Ticket Werdenfels, hands down. It is €19 for a single person and an additional €4 for every further traveller. It is now valid for an entire day for unlimited travel in DB’s Werdenfels network and the Munich S-trains. All the lines are highlighted on this map. Note that you ...



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