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Just an idea that might help Interrail users. We live about 400 km from Southampton and have cruised from there a few times. We are considering using an Interrail Global pass in conjunction with our next cruise and the numbers seem to compare with the alternatives of driving and parking or flying from local airport.To travel by peak time trains would be extortionately expensive or inflexible, but allows unlimited luggage and avoids a long drive.A four day pass would be just over 200 pounds and no UK res costs.2 UK days and then 2 days of tickets to use in ports e.g. Lisbon to Sintra or Le Havre to Paris. Compared to cruise excursions this saves another couple of hundred pounds.
Hello, I’m currently on interrail through Eastern Europe and I’m in Dubrovnik right now, going to Sutomorow tomorrow and planning to go to Belgrade in Serbia after. After that I would like to go to Bucharest or Sofia, but it seems like trains are almost non existing from Belgrade. I really need some help, so I’m not stuck in Belgrade. Ultimately I would like to end up in Greece, but right now I cannot figure out which way it’s possible. Someone please help meSincerely Cecilie
Hi Interrail!My partner and I are looking at travelling for 10 days next September. I believe cities mentioned that we have mentioned are-Berlin-Milan-Budapest-ParisWas just wandering if there is a particular route you guys suggest which include said cities plus some more? Am personally new to this and just trying organise!Any ideas of things to do more than welcome as well! Thanks all!
I'm currently Interrailling through Italy, and in Rome right now, which is great, but I know I will be fed up with big cities in a few days.Can anyone suggest a destination that's a nice and cozy place in beautiful nature, maybe has routes for day hikes and of course is reachable by train? Maybe even concrete guest houses/bed& breakfasts/hotels? Or just a general region?We want to be in Napels later during the trip, so especially that direction would be useful!
Hi. We are scheduled to travel from Salzburg to Lesce Bled next weekend and the timetable is not showing any direct trains as is mentioned on Man in Seat 61. It looks like we will need to part travel on the OBB bus fromBischofshofen Bahnhof (Vorplatz) D11.20 Bus SV220 toSpital-Millstatter See Bahnhof A12.40 and then pick up train connections to Villach , Jesenice and Lesce. Can anyone please tell me if the Interail pass is valid on the bus element of this route. Alternatively if any can see a direct or purely train route please let me know. Thanks John
Hey! So my name is Katherine and I planned to start my journey at the end of January. I won a Global pass last year and my question is, if it is possible for me to buy an one country pass extra for traveling in Italy whilst using my actual pass for the other countries because I planned my most stops in Italy.
Hi, I am looking for some advice on travelling between Beograd and Zagreb. I am aware the line is currently shut but is there any buses that run from Beograd/Novi Sad to a bordering town/city i.e. Osijek, Vinkovci? Also, has anyone had any recent experience of travelling between Sofia and Beograd? Looks like it can be done via Nis with the aid of a bus from Dimitrovgrad. Thanks for the help.
Hello guys Does anybody of you have experience traveling from UK to France, Germany, Czech Republic (probably Belgium or Netherland) as I plan to go back home after almost 2 years locked here in UK (to Slovakia) and I'm thinking if anybody can give me some tips how you traveled especially now during Corona times ... How were the borders, did they check some document, which documents I have to have. I checked my route and it should go to Paris then Frankfurt then Prague or Vienna and to Slovakia Thanks a lot
Hey you:)I am 18 years old and currently finishing school. Cant‘t wait to travel around the EU and experience lots of adventures. Are you a girl and want to join me?In my freetime, I love to do gymnastics. Also I love painting!I traveled before, but always with my family, never alone. But that will change soon and I am soo exited!!
SOLVEDUpdate: I think I found it, there is a nighbus to Castets Hello I’m looking for suggestions to travel from San Sebastian to Vielle-Saint-Girons. No trains I guess but also I cannot find bus routes Tips and/or a good route planner for this area are welcome!Thank you
Hi there, my friend and I are going on a Interrail trip staring in August. Our first stop will be Prague and we were wondering, what your top tips and recommendations for this city are. We would also love to here about some of the more unknown things to see. We are excited to here from you!
Hi all! My partner and I are planning a trip to Europe for about a month and a half this summer. We’re trying to figure out ticketing and making sure we get to the location we need to. I think our main confusion comes when having to find or book tickets for lines not necessarily linked to Eurail. Basically our plan is:Madrid→Barcelona→Nice→Milan→Florence→Riomaggiore→Rome (flying to) Split→Ljubljana→Venice→Interlaken→Frankfurt→Amsterdam→Brussels→Paris→LondonMost of these don’t seem to be issues but with finding certain trains like Barcelona to Nice we seemed to have uncertainty around the specifics of it all. Neither of us have have done everything like this so we are just trying to iron this out with having as few hiccups as possible. Looking for any valuable information, tips or advice anyone has!
Hi guys,I will arrive in Istanbul tomorrow morning and spend there two or three days. I am currently in Bucharest so I would like to go to the other direction ( Sofia, Croatia etc.)Do you have any suggestions on how to leave Istanbul and where to head next?It seems quite complicated to get to the direction of Montenegro / Croatia. If there’s no good train connection I would just go by bus.Just leave any recommendations or inspiration :)Thanks a lot in advance
We will be landing in Paris from Singapore early morning on the 17th and will be flying out mid-day on the 28th from Brussels. We are a family of 4 (2 teens) so we’d probably rather visit more places. We have the Eurail 4 day pass. This is what I’ve thought of so far:Paris: 3 nights20th: Paris to Strasbourg (already reserved on TGV)Strasbourg: 2 nights (day-trip to nearby towns eg. Colmar)22nd: Strasbourg to MunichMunich: 2 nights24th: Munich to AmsterdamAmsterdam: 2 nights26th: Amsterdam to BrugesBruges: 1 night27th: Bruges to Brussels28th: Flying out of Brussels Could anyone please critique this itinerary, or suggest alternative places to go? We’re unsure about Munich, especially as Strasbourg → Munich and Munich → Amsterdam trains are very hectic with switching trains etc.Could anyone also suggest whether to reserve seats on the trains where it isn’t required (eg. ICE trains). It is peak tourist season so I suppose it will be a good idea.
I’m getting a flight to Berlin and then interrailing from there, finishing off in Prague. I was wondering what the best way of transport is from Berlin Brandenburg Airport to the city centre and from Prague city centre to the airport. Is there a bus that would do this? How could I book this?Preferably not a taxi!
I am traveling with the family of 4 total. We plan to travel from Agust 16th thru the 22 as need to be i Paris on the 22nd. We start our journey leaving Amasterdam on the 16th. I had planned going Munich, Zurich,Lucerne, Paris. Plan to get Global pass 4 day travel 1st class. Any suggestions on my travel or should I visit different cities or add more? My families 1st trip to Europe. Any tips I can get are great. My girls are 14 and 13 years old.
Hi, I’m planning to travel to following countries starting from London. What is the best and most affordable train options available? Dates are flexible. At the moment looking during Easter Holidays 2022. Are there any weekly pass which gives unlimited travel between these countries in trains. London - France - Italy - Spain
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