Posted 10 years ago
I am really excited for my 45 days backpack solo tour around euopre from october - november!!
Can I please get any advice/ opinion regarding my route..
I am planning to travel
Brussels- Amsterdam - Koln - Berlin - Prague - Krakow - Budapest - Vienna - Salzburg - Munich - Zurich - Milan - Venice - Florence - Pisa- Monte Carlo - Nice - Paris
I really would love to travel in this cities but if you have alternative routes or order of travel it is really appreciated..
Looking forward hearing for any suggestions on my itinerary..
But but.. what about Romeeeee? :)
45 days is a lot of time! :)
I recommend to stay about 3 days in a city (depends of course on the city).
You route looks nice.
Zurich to Milan of course this way: [u]https://rail.cc/en/interrail/zurich-to-milan[/u]
You could add a lot more places and expand your trip a little bit, as you have several short distance journeys in it. No need to do it, but I always love to make kilometers with my Interrail pass. ;)
Thank you for your comments.
I've been to rome so instead of going, was thinking of spending more times in the cities I intend to travel.. :)
Thank you Peter for your comment, do you have any suggestions cities or towns I should go to?
I am glad my itinerary is ok.. Oh by the way, it's possible to buy train reservation on this website right?
By the way I am really glad that this site has so many information!! Thank you so much!!!
Yes you can buy reservations here on railcc, but the easiest way to buy Interrail-reservations is always during your trip at railway stations!
And save your money! You can travel nearly your whole trip without extra reservations. Just use the railcc schedules here: [u]https://rail.cc/en/search-interrail-route[/u]
And always have an eye on the reservation section: [u]https://rail.cc/en/interrail-train-reservation[/u]
Only for Prague - Krakow and Krakow - Budapest you will need a reservation for the recommended night train. Available in Berlin central station ([u]https://rail.cc/en/berlin/berlin-central-railway-station/l146[/u]) for example.
And as well for Italy to France you usually use an Italian IC train. Reservations available a ticket machines in Italy for EUR 3.
Then Nice to Paris, as well use the direct night train. Or make a round trip, a bit along the coast... either in direction to Barcelona adding the Little Yellow Train and then from there by night train to Paris (use a French one, not the direct one!).
Or from Nice to Nimes and then by the Cevenne-railway in direction of Clermont-Ferrand/Le Puy/Lyon ...
And from Lyon by free local train to Paris.
If you want to support the railcc-project, buy your official Interrail pass here on the recommended website. Thank you!