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Sample Railjet train ticketOn the right you will find an example of how a OBB Railjet train ticket looks like. Such German train tickets may be hard to understand, that's why in the guide below there's everything you need to know about what is written on such an E-ticket.
Under the previous table you will see the number and name of train you are boarding. Zug means trains, and in this particular case we are traveling on RJ 76 train from Vienna to Prague. On the same very level, on the right, you will see the price of the ticket in Euros.
Little lower you will see the data of the credit/debit card you used for purchasing the ticket.
In the very bottom end of the ticket, you will see the short summary of your purchase, including arrival and departure train station, date of your journey, arrival and departure time, name of the train and the duration of the trip.
! Importantly, please keep in mind that the departure and arrival time is always indicated in local time!