Hi.. I'm in the beginning of planning my first Interrail trip, and i'm a bit confused on how many days i have to set aside for each country. Not quite sure of wich cities i want to visit either
For now the plan looks like this:
Leaving Denmark in the morning on the 29th June, making a one day stopover in Slovenia (30/6) to see the Park Skocjanske Jame, early morning to late evening. Then heading down south to Athens, arriving in the morning on the 2 July, spending the 2-3-4th July in the Attika/Athens area.
Leaving Athens in the evening towards Patras, spending a day or so there, then taking the ferry to Bari, Italy. Dont think i will be staying here more than a few hours. I will take the train to Rome the same day, spending 2 or 3 days there, and then spending the same amount of days in the Toscana area, before heading to Livorno, where i will take the ferry to Barcelona. Also spend 2 or 3 days here. Next big stop would be Madrid, after that, Gibraltar. And if there is some time left, i thougt about going to Marocco, maybe even further down in Africa.
How does this sound? I'm planning on a full month pass, and are ready to spend an ekstra 7-10 days if i want to go further south into Africa. Would it be enough time?
Are there any other must see cities/areas in Greece, Italy, Spain? Portugal or France maybe?