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Bonjour à tous, Hello Last September, I took my first, solo, Interrail Pass trip. It was an amazing experience. I met so many people, spoke in a few languages and got to see places I had only dreamed of.Trip stats4500 km travelled (train and plane) 2 planes - outbound and inbound 15 trains Lots of buses and metros in a few different countries Rode an electric scooter many times Walked 200km on foot Carried a 10kg backpack Drank many, many litres of coffee Slept an average of 3 hours per day - went to bed late and woke up early, because I wanted to discover and explore as much as possible. Didn't have a planWhich Interrail Pass?I had a 5 day Global Pass and my trip lasted for 12 days in total. Marseille, France Kasia in Paris Strassbourg, France AccommodationI didn't have any accommodation booked in advance. Each day at 2-3 hours before sunset I would search for a bed in a hostel (on Hostelworld or Booking.com), then
Hello, im planing a Trip to Sweden from Germany. Should last about 10 days and i want to do it in Winter. Does someone has experience, did you like it? I want to go to Malmö, Stockholm, Jönköping, Gothenburg and Kiruna in the North.Is it hard to get a reserveration on the Night Traing Stockholm-Kiruna, should i reservate ealy?Thanks for you opinion :)Bastian
Just a few quick comments on my Eurail experience so far. My wife and I are finally in Europe from the USA and have traveled a few trains already. My observation thus far…absolutely no problems!! Finding the trains, adding to both trips and generating tickets has been very easy. I admit that I have yet to do a reservation, or high speed train but I’m hopeful that too will be as trouble free. However, if I do run into a snag I feel certain I can find a resolution here, or at least a pointer to where I can find help. We have 3 months to travel around Europe and so far we’re enjoying ourselves.
Hey there!I am going to travel to Spain from sweden and would like some tips! I see that there are two trains with departure from gothenburg (sweden) to Madrid (spain) but on the way there are some trains where you have to buy a seat. Is it common? If i buy an interrail pass do i still have to buy seats in some of the trains?
Hi fellow travelers!Does anyone have tips for Croatia? We are going to Zagreb tomorrow and afterwards we would like to visit other beautiful cities that are easy to reach. We saw for example that taking the train to Pula will take 8 hours and you need to change at least twice, so we woukd prefer another city.Any tip is welcome!Ps: Split is already on our list
I need to make my first outbound journey from Greece, my country of residence, to Italy, Bari. I notice on the eurail map that a route from Patra, Greece to Bari is not mentioned. However there is a route marked from Igoumenitsa to Bari. Does this mean that my global pass will not cover me for a trip from Patra but it is valid for ferries from Igoumenitsa?
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Hey guys! I am looking into doing an interrail this December through the Baltics into central Europe.I was looking into everything and I was wondering if any of you have any information regarding connections between Poland and Lithuania. I am struggling a bit in this area and I would love your help and anything you can teach me!! Thank you so much for all your help!
Hello! We were just wondering if anyone have been travelling from Greece to central of Europe like Germany for example. We are going home from Greece to Denmark and kinda wanna know the best way with trains the fastest way possible. So like is it difficult? Which routes are the best? And how long does it approximately take? We will be so glad for any tips! Thanks
First time Interrail user!1. I want to travel to the UK from Germany (where I live), and my intention is to travel to Brussels, then to London (via the Eurostar) on the same day - or does the Eurostar count as one travel day on its own?2. And also, can I take any route from Berlin to Brussels? IE, could I go from Berlin to Dortmund, stay there for a few hours, then go from Dortmund to Cologne, Cologne to Brussels, or must I take the most direct route?3. And finally (sorry for all the questions!), I was thinking of going to Brussels one way, and to Amsterdam or Paris on the way back from London via the Eurostar - any suggestions for best route?I’m trying to plan the quickest/cheapest but most fun way to go back to the UK, and deciding on whether to book the Interrail or individual tickets!Thanks in advance!!
Hey! Me and my friend have to stay a night in Zurich while we wait for our train. We were hoping to sleep in the hauptbahnhof or spending the night at a cafe or bar. But it looks like it all closes at midnight. Does anyone have any tips for 24/7 places to be or maybe know someone we can stay at. Thanks!
I am planning to travel to Scottland with my two boys. We will take the train to Paris and continue with the Eurostar to London. Are you having experiences with a night train up to Edinburgh or Iverness?Or a recommendation for a solid B&B or hotel in London near the station?In addition I also have difficulties to do reservations on the Eurostar? Any advice?Thank you and kind regards,Steph
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