German Rail Pass Flexi : Reviews

2018
10
JAN
Michael (Ballarat, VIC)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"Very easy product to use with ful local credibility "

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

The German rail pass is a very easy to use no fuss product that is fully supported by DB in Germany without hesitation. Great value product.
2017
22
DEC
LYNETTE (Floreat, WA)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"So easy to use and great value for money, if you follow the instructions there are no problems??"

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

There are no negatives, only positives, once you have your rail pass there are no queues to line up at, you record your date of travel and board the train. No need to reserve a seat unless the train looks full, in that case you can reserve a seat on line just to secure a seat.
2017
03
OCT
Peter (casterton, VIC)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"Very reliable service, Staff friendly and helpful at all times . Trains running on time . make sure yu are at station well before the advertised time."

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

2017
28
SEP
Iva (Auckland)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"the passes are amazing value for money!"

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

makes complete sense (money wise if nothing else) to purchase a pass. The convenience also is a big benefit and very little admin to use. This product is a must if you travel abroad and want to use the efficiency of train travel in Europe...absolutely sold on the passes and if you get a special (which occurs regularly) you can be even more better off!
2017
26
SEP
Edward (Maroochydore, QLD)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"Value"

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

2017
27
JUL
Andrea (Hingaia)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"It was an excellent!"

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

Initially, the purchasing of a rail pass and reservations was daunting, however, the assistance given by the team at RailPlus was excellent. Each person I delt with was extermely helpful and I had hepas of questions. The ICE trains in Germany were great. The only thing I am unsure of is whether one short leg of our trip could have been purchased in Germany to save some money, but as it was, the convenience of having everything sorted and paid for prior to leaving was wonderful. Thank you.
2017
08
JUL
Nicholas (Warrawee, NSW)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"Okay, but could have been better"

Value for money: 4/5
Ease of use: 4/5
Suitability: 2/5

On one of our trips, we were going from Munich to Weimar and then on to Berlin. Our tickets were booked to Jena Paradies. Locals said it would have been easier/better/cheaper to go via Erfut. The taxi ride one way was 92 euro to our accomodation! Also, we had two twin adult passes that were any 3 days in 1 month but the two child passes were only good for 3 days but our reservations were over 4 days. We managed to get to Berlin ok on day 4, but the ticket inspector said we should have got a new pass. It would have been less stressful if the child tickets matched the adults (which we would have assumed they would).
2017
26
JUN
Mark (Toowong, QLD)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"The Flexi pass is a good deal, especially with the bonuses."

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

In Frieburg the German Rail Pass will get you free transport in the region for 3 days. That almost pays for the rail pass! In Augsburg we had free access to a number of attractions. The bonuses are very good.
2017
28
APR
Dominic (Christchurch)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"Fantastic way to travel around Germany! Easy and affordable!"

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 4/5
Suitability: 5/5

2015
24
DEC
Karen (Blackburn, VIC)
Recommend: Recommend
Overall rating:

"Made traveling around Germany so easy"

Value for money: 5/5
Ease of use: 5/5
Suitability: 5/5

We had a twenty day german rail pass that entitled us to travel on a variety of train types right throughout Germany. The best thing is the flexibility so combine that with one of the best train systems in the world and you have a stress free holiday. We did book seats on popular routes as recommended and this cost about four euros per seat but worth it. We also got discounts at zugspitze which was good. Would definitely use this again.
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