Rail travel price comparison site

I've used price comparison sites before in the UK, is there something here for international/cross-border trains?

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I've used price comparison sites before in the UK, is there something here for international/cross-border trains? I am not convinced that the fares shown by ÖBB are the cheapest available. Does anyone know of any sites that might help?


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Saw an article somewhere about The Train Line, which I used to use in the UK being used to prove that it was cheaper to book through the Deutsche Bahn website.

www.thetrainline.com

And of course "There's an app for that"

I think there are other websites in other countries that one can also use due to pass porting of services.
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The ever useful seat61.com has a great article.

https://www.seat61.com/Europe-train-tickets.htm

I'm a big fan of Seat 61, which makes it good to be an anorak. :)
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