Posted 8 years ago
Myself, and 4 other friends are planning a trip from August to September 2013, and have a route proposed. The route we are looking at is rather long, but it seems plausible on paper, but wether its possible is what we are looking to find out. The route is as follows:
Fly from London to Rome.
Rome > Florence > Bologna > Milan > Venice > Ljubljana > Zagreb > Budapest > Bratislava > Vienna > Prague > Krakow > Warsaw > Berlin > Amsterdam.
Bologna, Milan and Warsaw are the ones we would happily skip out due to wasting time, but they fit in the route perfectly. Bologna and Milan are only 1-3 hour trains from Florence and Venice respectively.
We were also thinking to start our InterRail passes from Venice, and pay for the journey from Rome>Venice. Giving us a longer trip, without costing too much. With there being a possible total of 14 cities in the trip, that works out as ~2 days per city (obviously it won't work out like that), but thats a basic structure.
On a 28-30 day trip, would this be too much travelling to have a decent time in each city, and the total amount of train journeying from Rome-Amsterdam is 50 hours (give or take).
Any feedback is welcomed, as we are all new to InterRailing.