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Interrail - Amsterdam - San Sebastian - Nice - Prague

Interrail - Amsterdam - San Sebastian - Nice - Prague

Postby bohl90 » 05 Aug 2009 - 17:06

Hi everybody and Peter ;)
This is our route so fare: amsterdam-paris-san sebastian-barcelona-nice-verona-venice-praque- (home to denmark)
What do you think of this route, is it at all possible to get from venice to praque? Secondly we are travelling 30 days starting the 25th of august, how does that sound? We are open to changes and feedback..

xoxo Iben and Louise
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Interrail - Amsterdam - San Sebastian - Nice - Prague

Postby Peter » 05 Aug 2009 - 17:26

Hi Iben and Louise... :)

sounds good that route ... just remember the supplements in Spain concerning San-Sebastian and Barcelona:
http://www.raildude.com/en/spain/interr ... plement/es

good to have a stop in Nice - otherwise it is just too long to do it in one step to Italy.

then Venice to Prague ... as you have one month, think about adding a route via Ljubljana, Zagreb, Budapest, Vienna...
or via Munich to Prague... maybe Krakow ... some nice cities around there.

at your way back, stop in Berlin - except you know it already. :)

I hope this will help you ... and travelling in September is perfect. trains get free - less travellers - still good weather - and free beds in the night trains.

have fun, Peter :)
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Re: interrail in europe

Postby bohl90 » 06 Aug 2009 - 12:33

Thanks a lot.. We might think about changing the route, so we have an extra stop between Venice and Praque..
What are the most populare cities to visit as a young interrailer?
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Re: interrail in europe

Postby Peter » 06 Aug 2009 - 13:22

the most popular ... mmmh... let's say my impression and experiences (but these are not the best ones - some are really good, some only touristy cities):
Paris, London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, Lisbon, Venice, Roma ...
then Prague, Krakow, Budapest, Ljubljana, Zürich, Nice, .... :)
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