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Comments on: Tales on Rail: Get to Know Teresa http://blog.raileurope.com/12693-tales-on-rail-get-to-know-teresa Travel Tips & Inspiration from Rail Europe Thu, 26 Nov 2015 06:47:36 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.5 By: Sedef http://blog.raileurope.com/12693-tales-on-rail-get-to-know-teresa#comment-9538 Mon, 23 Nov 2015 13:52:35 +0000 http://blog.raileurope.com/?p=12693#comment-9538 After having goettn eight Yes, you can answers let me give you a Yes, it may be answer to your question.In most of the 27 European Union countries you are legally capable to conclude valid contracts from an age of 18 years. Being below that age would mean that contracts would need the approval of your legal custodians (parents). If you plan to travel to Scotland however you should not have a problem since you are an adult from the age of 16 years. To book a hotel means to conclude a contract, most hotels don’t care about legal provisions as long as they get their money, but there may also be some who do not allow you to book below an age of 18 or without a statement of parental consent.Some south European countries even require juveniles to hold a statement of the second parent if they travel only with one parent.I would recommend that you hold a statement of your parents authorizing the trip and also stating the value under which you may conclude contracts without obtaining their approval.The easiest way would be traveling with a credit card and a parental statement to use it without limitations.Frequent traveller