Inter railing Europe: Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague. Krakow, Bratislava, Budapest, Zagreb, Venice. ADVICE PLEASE?

Inter railing Europe, need advice please!?

2 of my friends and I are inter railing europe this summer. (our inter-railing tickets allows us to travel on European trains for one month as much as we like). We are all male, around 21, students and Irish (we are cheap, messy and will be mostly boozing and sight seeing on a low budget). I am looking for your advice, opinions and pass experience to guide me on where to go/visit.

This is our rough plan. We are flying from cork to Amsterdam in early June and our inter-railing pass is valid for one month. Our rough idea so far is to go like this...

Amsterdam to Berlin to Prague to Auschwitz to Krakow to Bratislava to Budapest to Zagreb. We would like to spend a day or two lying on the beaches of Croatia and then get a ferry over to venice for a day or two and then fly home from there.

Cost is a big factor for us. We will be staying in hostels!

Have you ever done something similar or been to any of these places?

I am looking for cheap places to stay? sights to see? things to do? places to go? etc etc. Or do you think my plan is un-practical and should perhaps take a different route?

Update:

Also, if you know of any festivals or rock concets going on or things like that.

Or football matches too!

Update 2:

Also, if you know of any festivals or rock concerts going on or things like that.

Or football matches too!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Netherlands, Germany, and Italy about €100 per person per day, (less if you do not drink.) The former communist countries a little less, but I know that young males can easily drink the difference.

    Your schedule seems not bad to me, but if you want to check train times, this site will have all the info you need:

    http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?newr...

    If you want to add festivals you should not add more destinations, but if you do not, you might well add a few smaller towns, as they give a much better view of live in those countries and are often a lot of fun in themselves.

    And remember to buy your InterRail pass in Ireland, so you have the full travel in the Netherlands. (I think you also have to, as you need to buy it in your own country if it participates.)

    Source(s): I have traveled by InterRail a few times. I often travel by train in Europe.
  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

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    3 years ago

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  • 3 years ago

    Bratislava To Amsterdam

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    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    There is the Carnival der Kulturen in Berlin sometime in May:

    http://www.berlin.de/kultur-und-tickets/events/kar...

    for rock concerts in Berlin:

    http://www.onlineseats.com/pop-rock-tickets/

    For cheap places to stay - best to go the self-catering/guest house route instead of hotels. We always prefer to stay in either b&b (pension) or self catering.

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