The complete list of trains with compulsory reservation you can find at InterRail website [http://www.interrailnet.com/planning/train-seat-reservations].
The '''InterRail''' [http://www.interrailnet.com/] pass allows any person who has been a legal resident in Europe or any of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Algeria, Morocco or Tunisia for at least six consecutive months ('''not travelling on a visa, or military personnel living on a base'''), to travel throughout Europe by train.
===Types and prices===
The actual pass is a booklet the size of an airline ticket, each page filled with rows and columns. The front page will state the validity of the ticket (zones and time) and your personal details, which must match the ID you are using (usually a passport). Using it is very easy: whenever you board a train, write down date and time, where you're going from, where you're going to, seat or couchette, and the train number. When the conductors come to check tickets, show them the pass and they'll (usually) stamp that row. That's it! If you manage to run out of pages — a sign that you're travelling way too much — you can get extra ones added on at any larger train station. Your InterRail pass cannot be refunded if lost or stolen, so guard it carefully!
Also note the one big exception of InterRail: '''travel in your home country is not included'''. Most countries do, however, grant a 50% discount for the trip to the nearest border. The same discount also applies if traveling from zone to zone through a country outside the pass.
'''Eurail''' [http://www.eurail.com] is a variety of rail passes which cover travel in a total of
Intended for foreign visitors to Europe, the pass is similar in scope to Inter Rail, which is exclusively for European residents. Eurail Passes and Eurail tickets may not be sold to residents of European countries, Turkey, Russia, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.
===Eurail Global Pass===
The '''Global Pass''' covers unlimited travel in all
* '''Global Pass Adult''', for first class travel
For 3-10 days of travel in a 2 month period between two bordering countries connected by train or ship.
Available combinations are: Austria-Croatia/Slovenia, Austria-
===Eurail National Pass===
Pricing naturally depends on the exact variation: a flexible 5-day 3-country Youth Select Pass starts at $265, a consecutive 15-day Global
There are no Senior rates for Global or Select passes, but '''Senior rail passes''' are sold for specific countries or regions -- France, the Balkans and Scandinavia. These passes are available in 1st-class only, and cost little more than 2nd-class passes.
Unlike Inter Rail, there are no limitations regarding the starting country, and there are no discounts for travel outside the selected zones.
==Balkan Flexipass ==
Some countries, for example Britain,