Hi All, So I am planning our next trip which will take us to central Europe. Where exactly isn't really set yet, but definately will include Prague/Vienna. Other locations under consideration are Krakow, Berlin, & Budapest. I went online and used the various countries rail sites to try to find schedules & prices but also came across such sites as raildude.com/raileurope.com. I know someone stated before that those type of sites should be avoided as they're much more expensive then buying directly from the train company itself (dbbahn, OPP, PTK) but some of the routes/dates are not buy able online (also no real price). As such should I just keep those prices i found on RE.com/RD.com as a reference and then when I arrive to the city goto the train station and buy them then? Are there ticket offices that speak English, or ticket kiosk with English on them? I don't want to have a plan (for example USA -> VIE -> PRG -> KRK -> BUD -> USA) but then arrive at the station and not have a way to get to my next location... when I'll have hotel & flight (home or a stopover) already booked.