Keep up to date on travel restrictions & recommendations.

Traveling in times of Covid-19

  • Due to the ongoing pandemic it can be a bit tricky to get an overview of the recommendations in the countries you visit. The routes and tickets we provide on All Aboard are all possible to book. Make sure you know each country's recommendations and requirements when it comes to medical certificate, quarantine and social gatherings. Many countries still recommend you not to travel if it's not necessary.

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    Most train operators now have more regular cleaning to ensure safe travel. At All Aboard we care about the health and safety of our costumers and therefore we strongly recommend you to keep the distance to other travelers, wash your hands often, sneeze/cough into elbow and don't travel if you feel sick.

  • There are a few things you need to think about when out traveling in this new situation.

    Face mask

    No matter where you travel - always bring a face mask that covers your nose and mouth. This is now mandatory in most European countries. Many countries now fine people (up to €330) for not wearing a mask. Children under the age of 5 are not required to wear masks.

    World Health Organization have put together a guide on when and how to wear a mask.

    Seat reservations

    Many train operators now require you to have a valid seat reservation on all trains. All tickets that are booked though All Aboard always includes seat reservations where applicable.

    Avoid busy hours

    By avoiding peak hours it's easier to keep distance to other travelers. Knowing what a peak hour is of course hard to know and it may vary over time and destination. But as a rule of thumb is to avoid travel around 07.00-09.00 and 16.00-18.00 close to bigger cities such as Paris, London, Berlin and Hamburg.

  • Tickets sold by us are subject to the terms and conditions of the operators, companies and organizations on whose behalf we sell these tickets. Please contact on and we will help you.

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