Interrail pass and trains in East Europe

max-1 @ 09-03-2009 20:42

Hello,
I'm planning a trip to East Europe(Poland, Hungary, Bosnia, Serbia...)
I heard that trains are cheap in these countries. So if I'd like to travel these countries is it cheaper to use single tickets or an Interrail pass?

Bye
Max

SiDUDe @ 09-03-2009 21:21

Depends on how much travelling you are going to be doing. If you will be on the train everyday an interrail pass may be cheaper, if not its usally better (and cheaper) in these countries to be flexible and be able to use the train or bus

Iristja @ 10-03-2009 08:57

I'm planning to travel from vienna to Roma, Athene, Sofia, Bukarest, budapest and back to Vienna. Is it also cheaper then to buy my own tickets instead of using interrail (1 month) passes? How cheap is it?

Pete @ 10-03-2009 13:35

definitely cheaper by InterRail... especially when using the ferry Italy to Greece !!!

SiDUDe @ 10-03-2009 13:40

yeah, most of those places are on main lines (no need to use the bus or cheap local trains), so interrail will probably work out cheaper.

Iristja @ 10-03-2009 16:06

okay thanks a lot 🙂


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