Final Destination: Brennero
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Tickets will cost the same price if purchased at the station immediately before departure.
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Eurail and InterRail pass users travelling to Italy can avoid the rail reservations fees payable on the EuroCity (EC) trains by targeting these trains and making connections in Brennero into Regionale Veloce (RV) trains on towards Verona.
Though make sure you take Trenitalia's RV trains as rail passes aren't valid on trains heading south from Brennero, which aren't operated by Trenitalia.
If you want to head as far south as Verona AND want to avoid the fees on the EuroCity trains, target the trains which depart Innsbruck for Brennero/Brenner at 11:49 or 13:49 or 15:49.
Step on board for what is arguably Europe's most spectacular local train journey.
If you're going to be holidaying in Innsbruck then making this journey, remaining on the train, and then heading straight back to Innsbruck, will be a highlight of your trip!
When heading south from Innsbruck, sit on the right to see the spectacular views.
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