Interrail: travelling trough Eastern Europe

rez @ 18-07-2007 10:05

So me and my gf decided to travel across Eastern Europe this summer. Chances are we do Praha, Bratislava, Wien, Budapest, Beograd, Sofiya, Istanbul and back again. Journey starts in Frankfurt.

So: would it be wise to go for an InterRail pass (10 days out of 22, € 240/360) or will it be way cheaper to buy tickets just at the local counter as I heard travelling by train is not that expensive in our selected countries.

What do you think?

Thanks for replies 🙂

Pete @ 18-07-2007 11:04

hi 🙂

hmmm... it depends...
when traveling from frankfurt to istanbul making several stops, it might be cheaper to buy a global pass.

but to test it, you can calculate some single connections to get an overview, what would be the prices of single tickets. have a look on this website and use the blue form on the top right corner: https://rail.shop/interrail

i hope it helps for your decision ... 🙂
have fun,
Peter
🙂

rez @ 19-07-2007 08:30

Cheers Peter!

Will check out.


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