Interrail insider tips | special places !
killa_Mangiro @ 09-03-2007 03:26
everybody knows the big and popular cities, but what about the small ones nobody knows about?
well, i'm living in Austria, which is ZONE C. so here is my insider tip:
if you have the time, visit HALLSTATT!
this is the most beautiful place i've ever seen!
the train station 'hallstatt' is a very small one. after you got off the train, there is a short way down to a lake. there you have to wait about 5 minutes, then a little ship arrives. you have to pay 2€ for using the ship. it will bring you to hallstatt, it's just on the other side of the lake.
hallstatt is a very small and veryvery old village. you will love it! and don't care about the weather: when i was in hallstatt the first time, it was raining, and still it was so beautiful! hallstatt is a very melancholy place, in some weird way...
so tell me your's! i'll add this first entry to collect all your tips.
Sweden: the east and south part of Öland
Czech Republic: Cesky Krumlov
Czech Republic: Karlovy Vary
Holland: Bronckhorst between (Arnhem and Zutphen)
Miro @ 11-03-2007 15:24
In Czech Republic I would say: Cesky Krumlov and Karlovy Vary.
In Sweden it is Mörkret, the entry of a national parc called Fjärfällen or something, and the east and south part of Öland.
For Holland it is Delft, the city with the graves of the Royal Family (sort of little Amsterdam) and Bronckhorst, in the east of Holland (between Arnhem and Zutphen), officially the smallest city in Holland.
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