Posted 9 years ago
I'm going Interrailing with a 30-day pass in July-August, starting from Rome.
First I'll spend a week in Italy without an IR pass and visit Rome --> Firenze --> Bologna --> Venice.
From Italy I'm planning a route like this:
Venice --> Lake Bled --> Ljubljana -->Wien --> Kutná Hora & Prague --> Munich --> (Night Train) Paris --> going through the Benelux countries, stopping in Ghent/Rotterdam/Amsterdam --> Berlin (maybe visiting Dresden and Dessau too) --> Copenhagen --> (night train) Stockholm --> taking a ferry to Finland = home
Is this a good route? Should I think over something?
All kinds of advice would be greatly appreciated! :--)
I would rearrange Munich and Berlin... to avoid having to travel to Berlin from Amsterdam, then Kopenhagen. You could instead travel:
a) Ljubljana - night or day train Munich - Vienna - Prague/Kutna Hora - Dresden - Berlin - night train to Paris - Benelux - night train Amsterdam - Kopenhagen
b) Ljubljana - Wien - Munich - Praha/Kutna Hora and then as above
But the original route would work as well of course. ;)
It might be interesting to add Budapest as well, at least for one night. Then you could travel Vienna - Budapest - night train to Prague.
Thanks for the comment, flow!
Yeah, I think these rearrangements would be sensible. I'll look into it!
I was in Budapest last summer so I won't be going there now. It is a lovely city though :)