Learning how to travel in Europe is a good thing to know if you're going abroad soon. The very best way to see Europe is by rail. We will lay out a great travel plan to help you see as much as possible. This method will allow you to maximize your time in Europe.
Things you will need:
- Eurorail Pass
- Decide what kind of vacation you want. A weekly or bi-weekly rail pass will give you a great opportunity to see the landscape, homes and history of old Europe. You need to decide if you want to see Northern Europe or southern Europe. A northern route during the winter time is quite different than a southern experience during the summer. You need to decide which countries to visit, the season to go in and which region (northern or southern) to visit in your travels.
- Decide on airfare and airline. This one is pretty easy. The web-based travel websites can handle this task cheaply and quickly.
- Chose your hotel accommodations carefully. One of the best and worst things about using the train is that you get to see everything. The best thing is that you really get to take in the landscape and people. The worst thing is that it makes you change your plans a lot. If you book at cheap hostels, you can change your plans without much cost. If you book at fancy hotels, it could cost a bundle to change your plans. Sometimes traveling and taking in the scenery helps you realize what a gyp many tourist centers are. It is recommended that you book cheaply. This is really how to travel in Europe.
- Finalize your plans and go. A great way to start this trip is to land in London. There you can get off the plane and take the subway train to the Eurorail station. From there you can go under the English Channel to the rest of Europe. Whether you are going to Italy or Norway makes no difference. There are major railway hubs in France that will allow you to go to Greece if you want. All you need is time and eyes to see the landscape.
This completes our instructions on how to travel in Europe. There a lot new people can learn from this article.
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