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edenizk
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Posted 2 weeks ago

Hello everyone, I am currently in Stuttgart,Germany.

Where should I start exploring all around the europe?

Do you have perfect rote for travelling with interrail?

Which interrail pass I should choose?

Thank you so much!

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edenizk
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replied 2 weeks ago

which one?

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Flo
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replied 2 weeks ago

Hi!

There is no perfect route. You have to think about what ist interesting to you, what you want to visit etc.

You can spend weeks, months, years exploring Europe.

What pass to choose? Depends in your budget of money and time.
Do you want to spend more time at a limited number of places? Or want to see as many different places as possible?

Colder or warmer weather/climate? Big cities or small villages?

As you can see there are many things you have to think about.

Flo

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MisterSteve
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replied 1 week ago

Why did you write "I am currently in Stuttgart" - is that not your official place of residence? Your official residence affects how you use an Interrail pass, with use in the official residence country very restricted. If your official residence is NOT in any of the Interrail countries then you cannot buy one but can by a Eurail pass which has no restrictions.

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Peter.Freisberg
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replied 1 week ago

Hi.
To get a first impression, here some routes I like.
https://interrail.net/scenicjourneys/
You will find there links to blog posts.

From Stuttgart, a nice option to travel south is on the route of Glacier and Bernina Express for free with Interrail and regional trains. No need to use Glacier or Bernina Express, as the route is the scenic thing to see.

Here a film I just made:
https://youtu.be/CL5SgHshvZ0

Peter :)