Interrail: Paris - Amsterdam - Berlin - Prague - Budapest

Dumpy @ 28-01-2009 22:24

Paris
Amsterdam
Berlin
Prague
Krakow
Budapest
Ljubjana
Venice
Rome
Split

roughly 2-3 days in each with a 22 day pass, then after the pass finishes spend 5 days in split. so really 9 places 22 days. Is this possible or not? Im a first timer and the people im going with have different opinions.

Regards

Dumpy

Pete @ 29-01-2009 10:30

hej Dumpy ... 🙂
a lot to see, but you can do it...!

for train schedules have a look on this website where you can find out the connections:
https://rail.cc/en/search-interrail-route

also have a look on the night trains:
https://rail.cc/en/interrail-night-train

and the special rule for night trains with which you can save travel days:
https://rail.cc/en/interrail-night-train

Peter 🙂

becky22 @ 29-01-2009 13:22

I want to do a similar route on the 10 days in 22 days pass:
Rome
Venice
Ljubljana
Budapest
Bratislava
Prague
Dresden
Berlin
Amsterdam

Not sure if mine is possible either. But then remember you leave the first destination the day your ticket starts and arrive in your final destination the day your ticket ends so two of your places arent inc. in the 22 days...


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