Traveling! Turkey-Seville-London

  • 13 May 2022
  • 1 reply
  • 33 views

Hello! I'm fairly new here, so looking for some advice on a potential travel plan. 

Now I'm from India, and I plan to travel to Turkey, go to Seville, then London, and then head back to India. 

I was wondering if there was a direct train of sorts possible for the Turkey - Seville connection, or is there a cheaper was than the Eurail, or what the best way of doing the Europe/UK part of the trip is, since if nothing works out, I think flying if the only thing I can think of. 


1 reply

Userlevel 7
Badge +4

WAY cheaper is flying. Esp if you can minimise the overdose of luggage and use lowcost/budget airlines. TR has loads of them.

By train this is about the hardest trip to do, takes (I-S) at least 4 overnights and use 8 or 9 trains passing 6-7 countries, not all in the Schengen zone (yet).

read seat61.com (aimed at overland travel to UK-so combine parts) first to get idea of what runs and how to book. He only quotes ´FROM´ prices so expect these to be much higher in main season

Reply