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I'm not sure what you wrote the first time, but I'd recommend writing to Deutsche Bahn a time or two again. You might get someone more interested in preserving customer goodwill over an honest mistake rather than mindlessly following the rules. Make the following points: You intended to buy the ticket for your son. You chose a fare appropriate for your son....


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As the standard answer states, Super Sparpreis tickets are neither refundable nor changeable. This includes the travellers name. If you're lucky, you might get a refund out of goodwill. I wouldn't count on it. Basically your son would be dodging the fare, which would at least cost 60 €. Again, some conductors may act on goodwill if explained the issue. Again,...


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Since 2020-07-01, the situation has changed, as Russia and Belarus have signed a visa agreement and should now recognise each others visas. Your Russian visa is now enough to visit or transit Belarus, and you should no longer need a separate visa. See also this answer for more details on the Russia-Belarus border. Warning as of 2020-07-07: another source ...


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In these COVID 19 days we wonder whether there is a difference how quarantaine (or self isolation) rules work between the different modes of transport. A search of https://reopen.europa.eu/en indicates that there are no countires in the EU in which quarantine rules are dependant on the mode of transportation used. The UK's quarantine applies to all ...


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As Gagravarr said, you are entitled to a full refund on the ticket if you choose not to travel as a result of the disruption. However, if you do choose to travel, here's what will likely happen. Firstly I would be remiss if I did not mention that on an Advance Purchase ticket, it isn't necessarily the case that every leg of your journey is mandatory. Only ...


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