Differences between 1st and 2nd class
Travel in style with Interrail
First class rail travel is irresistible. There is nothing like watching the beautiful and ever-changing European scenery pass by from a quiet and comfortable train compartment, with the comforting sound of the rail carriages gliding smoothly along the tracks in the background.
Perhaps less difficult to visualise are the amenities and services on board. While these vary per country and train, when travelling first class in European trains you can expect more facilities to make your travel experience evenmore pleasant.
Common features of 1st vs 2nd class
Individually adjustable seats
More room between the seats sideways
Extra wide tables
Electric outlet per seat
Cabin service: menus are served at your seat
Modern seats in open cars
Compartments (6 seats)
Generous luggage racks / luggage compartments
One electric outlet per double seat
Restaurant and bistro car
Wi-Fi (Some cars)
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