A great trip starts with good planning, so here are some helpful tips for train travel in Spain.
Europe’s rail network is immense, and navigating it can sometimes be a bit of a mission. But with forward planning and perseverance, you can get some very good deals.
This travel podcast starts in Hamburg, passes through Rostock down to Berlin, then takes a day trip to Leipzig… Just like us!
Hamburg – one of Europe’s biggest cities – is fun to visit too: lots of interesting restaurant quarters, water to play on, and lovely buildings to see.
Nuremberg is awesome! We’ve completely fallen in love with its walls, towers, and sausages, and spent the week exhausting ourselves with tourism. And then, it was on to Bonn to hang out with our friend Richard and do a bit more exploring.
Graz is an awesome, vibrant city that really warrants more than half a day of your time, but you can see a lot in four or five hours if that’s all you have.
After a great Easter Monday with Birgit, Felix, and two German couchsurfers, we were on the move again — first to snowy Tullnerbach then on to (hmmm, also snowy) Weitra.
A Eurail pass could save you time and money when travelling through Europe… but then again, it might not.
If you’re travelling in Europe, you’ll probably take a train at least once. And if you do, a Eurail pass might be the right ticketing choice.
Transport is one of the biggest costs when travelling, especially if you’re going on a long-distance trip: how can you save money on transport? We show you in this travel podcast!