First of all: Thank you for your fast and great help!
your alternative route from Belgrad to Bar sounds very interesting, especially if you tell me the landscape is worth seeing.
My question is now how much I'm going to pay for the bus from Bar to Split, since there seems to be no railway I could travel
with my interrail ticket, and how long would this distance take by bus?
My second question is, if you think the Lake Bled is really worth travelling into Slovenia, or if it isn't better to go from Split to Zagreb and from Zagreb directly to Venezia?
I looked for some connections of this route and found the following train which looked quite nice to me..
From Split to Zagreb:
nachttrein/train de nuit
Train conveys cars, 2nd class only seated accommodation, Please reserve, Sleeping-car
Now is this train for free? Does Please reserve mean I HAVE TO reserve, or simply that they recommend it, but that there also are seats for free?
From Zagreb to Venezia
Departure: 23:50, Arrival: 7:03
EN 440 EuroNight
2nd class only seated accommodation, Please reserve, Global price, Non-smoker train, Sleeping-car, Couchettes
But I wasnt sure if this really is a train for free now. What does global price mean in this context?
I have already seen this information in a lot of connections and am never sure what it means.
Or is Riejka so great that one should necessarily have seen?
Which route would you recommend?
Thank you! This homepage really is great!