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Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby NextEpisode » Aug 9th, '14, 18:11

So I'm moving to Italy in September... And instead of taking a plane down there (from Sweden), I thought I'd make a 'trip' out of it --> I'm going to travel by train, over a period of 14 days.

Anyone got any advice or tips for interesting cities/places to see?

Start : Stockholm, Sweden
Stop : Venice, Italy.

I want to visit some city in ...
* ... Germany, probably Berlin.
* ... Netherlands, probably Amsterdam.
* ... France, probably Paris.
* ... Spain, probably Madrid.
* ... Switzerland.
* ... Austria, probably Vienna.

Thanks :b:
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Trimss » Aug 9th, '14, 18:12

I would advise Geneva in switzerland.
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby NextEpisode » Aug 9th, '14, 18:19

Trimss wrote:I would advise Geneva in switzerland.


Ok, cool :y: You from Switzerland?

Any specific places in Geneva you recommend? I know UN headquarters are located there - might go see that place.
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Shady Spain » Aug 18th, '14, 13:57

Barcelona > Madrid
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Guess_Who » Aug 19th, '14, 13:19

Shady Spain wrote:Barcelona > Madrid


I agree, Barcelona is a lot more interesting than Madrid. The architecture, places, all....

I pretty much only visit Madrid for work stuff or concerts. But never to do tourism.
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Jason M. » Aug 26th, '14, 11:25

You obviously have money, I suggest Budapest. Amazing city.
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby youalwaysride » Sep 4th, '14, 14:45

Guess_Who wrote:
Shady Spain wrote:Barcelona > Madrid


I agree, Barcelona is a lot more interesting than Madrid. The architecture, places, all....

I pretty much only visit Madrid for work stuff or concerts. But never to do tourism.


Barcelona is so fuckin beautiful and the people are so nice! I LOVE THIS CITY!!!
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Excita » Sep 4th, '14, 14:53

Finland <<<<
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Excita » Sep 4th, '14, 22:27

Calandre wrote:Madrid > Barcelona

And Helsinki is fine for a few days...

You've been there? gayest place in finland tbh
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby cement » Sep 4th, '14, 22:30

switzerlands fucking expensive bruuh mcdonalds is like costs like twice as much as in holland, i dont know about prices for clothes and shitthough
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Guess_Who » Sep 6th, '14, 10:02

Calandre wrote:Madrid > Barcelona


Oh no no no, honey. :shakehead:

I must say I go to Madrid quite often, mostly for work , but also to concerts and stuff, and i'm not able to enjoy the city like I do with Barcelona, in Bcn there is always something to do/see. Also the architecture is much much better.

Maybe I didn't go to the right places in Madrid.

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Barcelona is so fuckin beautiful and the people are so nice! I LOVE THIS CITY!!!

:y: I just wish it was less expensive.
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby RayRay33 » Sep 6th, '14, 16:22

I would say Basel in Switzerland, its directly at the german border so you can go to a Hotel in germany and visit the city in the day because of the price. Im from there. ;)
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby Shady Spain » Sep 7th, '14, 00:18

Calandre wrote:Madrid > Barcelona


Hell no lol
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby RayRay33 » Sep 7th, '14, 19:52

Have you been to Basel? Idk what you looking for, culture, architecture, museum or clubbing?
Its a place with alot culture and art. You also can go clubbing aswell?
What do you find dull about it?
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Re: Travelling Europe by train - What places to see?

Postby RayRay33 » Sep 8th, '14, 12:23

Ok. :) Maybe you were at the wrong day. :) Normally its not that quiet. Sostly when the weather is sunny there are alot of people sitting on the Rhein. ;)
I went to Art school in Basel, ive been to Art Basel a couple of times. :)

But you know its your choice. :)
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