Facilities available on trains can vary widely and so can how they be used and accessed; and what is and isn't covered by your ticket.
If you're new to European rail travel, these guides are good starting points to discovering a wealth of usefuln info.
Useful practical info for travelling on Switzerland's private mountain railways including journey details and how to use tickets and rail passes.
Insights into using the stations that the Eurostar trains arrive at and depart from
Six large railway terminals connected to each other and the city centre by a maze of connections, but these should help
SMTJ has dived into the schedules to spotlight the particularly useful departures and connections
The multiple companies providing the train services can be confusing, but saving money and taking beautiful journeys can be simpler than you might think
When most of the stations in a country are operated by the national railway company, they share features of how they can be used, hence these handy guides
Getting from A to B by train is often as simple as, get to a station, buy a ticket, board a train, leave it at your destination.
Though each country has its own 'rules' around train travel which can impact on booking tickets and the on-board experience.
So there can be many aspects of taking the trains and using the stations, which differ from what you're used to.
Hence the attempts to remove the confusion and enhance the train travel experience.