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Hello

If you have to change trains in Vienna it's better to book through.

--- I'm not sure what "book through" means here?
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"book" can be slang for running fast. Not something I've heard in awhile.
Hi

So it would mean: If you have to change trains in Vienna it's better to run (than take a train)???
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NewguestIf you have to change trains in Vienna it's better to book through.
Without further context, here's my take:

If you planned your trip so that you will have to change trains in Vienna, it would be better to change your plans so that you reserve (= book) places on a train that goes through Vienna without stopping. (The writer believes that the process of changing trains in Vienna is a very unpleasant experience.)

CJ
CJ's post makes more sense than mine. I read it as having to run to make your connecting train.
OK. Thanks guys.
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CalifJim
NewguestIf you have to change trains in Vienna it's better to book through.
Without further context, here's my take:

If you planned your trip so that you will have to change trains in Vienna, it would be better to change your plans so that you reserve (= book) places on a train that goes through Vienna without stopping. (The writer believes that the process of changing trains in Vienna is a very unpleasant experience.)

CJ

In other words, you better buy a direct ticket or get on a direct train.