Eurail pass tips, info and personal experiences
Thought I'd chime in here. I have tried scooting around Europe both with the Eurail pass and pre-booking a ton of super cheap Ryanair and Easyjet flights. The Eurail is more expensive, when I got it I didn't realize I'd need to be paying for tickets on top of the Eurail price. But it's far more convenient. Those budget airlines do offer great deals, but often the airports are an hour outside the city, with only one bus every 20 minutes or something (looking at you Barcelona), so I think the Eurail is probably worth it (assuming, of course, that you plan to hop around quite a bit. otherwise just do flights).
Felix the Hat wrote:I'm going to hell for this, but I'm going to hell for dozens of other things anyway, so what the hell.
If you get a Eurail Flexipass, you write in the days you use the pass on the blanks on the pass. 1 changes very easily to 4 or 7 or 11, if you don't enter another date after using it.
Haha I love this. Genius. Best tip ever, I'm going to keep it in mind.
Could anyone recommend the best way to get between Amsterdam - Stockholm - Malmo, Sweden? I could skip Stockholm, but finding it a bit tricky to get between the two quickly. I'm not familiar with the rails and budget airlines in Europe. A quick shout to just help me google the right names would be awesome.
I would rather not spends hundreds of dollars. I heard from Stockholm to Malmo can already cost $300 which is pretty horrid...
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