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InfoRailMap

The RailPass Planning Tool

Discover Your Europe

InfoRailMap 2020

Available for purchase from Amazon online book stores

Purchase includes PDF of complete InfoRailMap including super detailed PDF for Switzerland and Austria
Super detailed InfoRailMap also included is surrounding borders countries of Germany, Italy, France, Slovakia, Hungary and Slovenia

InfoRailMap purposeful design

InfoRailMap has been specifically designed for planning global (Europe wide) Interrail/Eurail RailPass

InfoRailMap is icon enhanced providing instant identification of the most impressive and historically important locations throughout the whole continent. For example major UNESCO listed protected heritage sites and landscapes.

Discover your scenic Europe

InfoRailMap includes clear and instant identification of scenic routes

Super detailed InfoRailMap 2020

InfoRailMap includes super detailed Atlas for all the amazing alpine routes so you can plan your route in the full knowledge of what to expect and how to plan around the stunning scenery.

InfoRailMap 2020 - Planning tool

Deciding where to travel in Europe is a really hard decision as you are completely spoilt for choice .. InfoRailMap clearly identifies where to focus your attention instantly so you know which routes to take and what locations you want to visit and explore.

The legend makes InfoRailMap completely unique

Legend information page details everything you need to navigate InfoRailMap. See top bar Menu options for quick access and detailed info on all the Icons and what they mean

InfoRailMap 2020 Interior

What can you expect?

63 pages of European Railway Atlas

InfoRailMap Index

A-Z index includes all the major tourist rich destinations in Europe

InfoRailMap is super easy to navigate with grid referenced Index entries

A-Z index makes it super easy to locate to your favourite locations

InfoRailIndex is a also a top destination guide

Capital cities are indicated in Red bold
Last page includes handy currency info table

InfoRailMap back cover

Back cover includes handy quick access Legend guide, essential Country name/location, page numbers for both main Atlas and the Detailed Atlas pages for Switzerland  and Austria 

Quality print product

InfoRailMap has hard wearing glossy laminate covers and big A4 letter interior

InfoRailMap's strange proportions?

InfoRailMap has had to be substantially reduced in some regions in order to fit nicely! For instance Scandinavia (is vast!) and therefore has had to be reduced in size to at least one third of its aspect ratio size in comparison to its neighbours of Finland and Denmark. The Skagerrak Sea that separates Denmark and Norway has been almost completely removed!
Iberia (Spain and Portugal) has been reduce to fit nicely over four spreads and is not to geographical scale in relation to North Africa.
United Kingdom and Ireland are both much larger than their aspect ratio to France and Benelux.

InfoRailMap PDF is a major part of product purchase

RailPass InfoRailMap print and eBook publications include awesome PDF downloads which are easily found from selecting the [Menu] or PDF options from the top bar or toggle the top bar [Menu] and select [PDF downloads]
A password protected page will load and provide instance access to downloading the PDFs. Beware full InfoRailMap is a big 15K file.
PDF will initially take time to build depending on your device cache memory size. The advice is to download to PC and then move to a SD card. Please see the PDF download page for more info.
Clear instructions and password is provided within the paperback InfoRailMap Atlas and end chapter of the eBook.
PDF does not include Atalas info boxes which include ferry discount and schedule info etc.

Introducing InfoRailMap as a learning tool

Europe's Roman, medieval, Christian and modern heritage is encapsulated by InfoRailMap Icons which together depict the very essence of what makes Europe the most history rich continent on the planet.
There really is no comparison to many of the most magnificent UNESCO listed artifacts that make up the fabric of European culture.
Top of the list for awesome buildings is Venice and at the height of the Roman Empire c.11 the stunning Basilica was built and dedicated to St Mark (Baxelega de San Marco).
The winged lion is the symbol of the saint of Venice and is featured many times on this sumptuously adorned building.

InfoRailMap Location Icons

Including location icons enables instant identification of the essense of what makes that particular location special .. ie castle, UNESCO listed, cathedral etc.
For example Czech Republic southern city of Brno is home to the completely unique equestrian statue of Margrave Jobst of Luxembourg. The statue is huge and dominates the tree lined square opposite the cathedral.

Discover awesome Castles

Germany is home of many of worlds most famous and interesting castles to visit and explore
Würzburg is one of the largest castle structures in Europe and is perched high on a hill top with truly vast external walls. Recommendation is to take the long way around which circles around the base of the castle to reach the Main entrance. Although it does take a while you are rewarded with super scenic views of the city below and surrounding country side. The walk takes at least an hour and you do need to be fit.
Castle approach is completley free .. depending on season Castle entrance does charge which is worth every Euro.

InfoRailMap clearly identifies top tourist destinations to seek out

England has many fantastic market towns to explore. Shrewsbury is near the border with Wales and is located in middle England and is most famous for being the birth place of Mr Charles Darwin and he has an instantly recognisable statue outside the local town library.
Shrewsbury is also famous for its preserved Tudor half-timbered houses and medieval red brick old town make this a very endearing spot to visit. There is a castle, cathedral, beautiful statues, old world charming pubs, beautiful river walks and all easily accessible from the train station.

Discover historical Europe

Zagreb Capital of Croatia is a beautiful city to explore and you are greeted by this fantastic statue which is adjacent to the Glavni Kolodvor Train main city station.

Look inside the InfoRailMap Atlas pages

Scandinavia

Please note that InfoRailMap is not to physical scale and Scandinavia has been substantially reduced in size.

Look inside the InfoRailMap Atlas pages

Central Norway

Top designation in Central Norway is the Flam scenic train and the bus route to the vast and hugely impressive UNESCO listed fijords of Preikstolen.
Flam railway is one of Norway's most dramatic scenic routes and is a private railway and does attract a discount for global and Norway in date RailPass

Look inside the InfoRailMap Atlas pages

Denmark

InfoRailMap is not to physical scale and seas surrounding Denmark haves been substantially reduced in size.

Denmark

Esbjerg - Men by the Sea

Completely free to visit art installation

Look inside the InfoRailMap Atlas

Iberia - Spain and Portugal

InfoRailMap is not to physical scale and Iberia has been reduced in size

Look inside the InfoRailMap Atlas

Northern Portugal

Although Portugal is not very easily accessible by super frequent rail services from Spain it is however easily reached by budget airline connections from all over Europe
Portugal is a beautiful country and with top locations of Lisboa, Sintra, Evora, Porto and Viana do Castelo

Look inside the InfoRailMap Atlas

Southern Portugal

InfoRailMap is not to physical scale and Strait of Gibraltar has been reduced in size

Lisboa - Capital of Portugal

Capital city Lisboa is famous for its amazing metro artwork and impressive street installations

Look inside the InfoRailMap Atlas

South of France

InfoRailMap is not to physical scale and South of France has been reduced in size and only the major sea side resorts are included

Discover Avignon

The walled city is surrounded by impressive medieval stone ramparts which surround the impressive Palais des Papes

Discover Marseille

Ancient Greek built port of Marseille is super fun to explore. Regular ferries depart for Mediterranean Islands of Corsica and Sardinia and North Africa.

What is Interrail / Eurail? Just in case you don't know!

The single ticket European wide RailPass


The Interrail/Eurail RailPass enables single or multi country access to the entire European railway network including Turkey, UK and Lithuania as a single ticket .. for between 4 days to three months.

The only exception is High Speed (EuroStar, THALES, EuroCity (EC) etc), some InterCity (IC) trains that cross boarders and private scenic routes where an additional mandatory supplement and seat reservation is required.

Basically you have the freedom, flexibility and convenience to turn up at any station .. take any train (within the product) .. at any time you want .. without any restrictions.

The Interail App has an excellent off-line timetable that clearly details trains that require additional mandatory supplements and seat reservations. Click here for more info.


InfoRailMap purposeful design

InfoRailMap has been specifically designed for planning global (Europe wide) Interrail/Eurail RailPass

InfoRailMap 2020 - Alternative 2020 print editions

InfoRailMap 2020 - Alternative 2020 print editions

InfoRailMap 2020

Learn more about all the different train routes and atlas icons

How to navigate the Atlas Legend

The comprehensive Legend is what makes InfoRailMap a completely unique planning tool. Everything you need to know about the legend has been condensed into one page.

Europe's capital cities are awesome places to visit and explore

How to locate capital cities and major tourist destinations

Capital cities and main line railway connections are super easy to identify

Capital cities usually have ancient historical backgrounds

Top tips

Capital cities always have ample budget accommodation options and make for a great base to further investigate the rest of the country.
Capital cities also make perfect destinations for single country RailPass or Eurail regional pass.
For example Wien, Capital city of Austria has regular RE trains to Bratislava which is the capital of Slovakia and makes for a perfect day out. Also easy to get to is Gyor in Hungary which is just over the border.
InfoRailMap enables you to quickly navigate possible awsome days trips from a base location.

Discover the Republic of Ireland

Ireland although on the outskirts of Europe is home to increasingly popular capital city of Dublin. Only a few hours distance by regular train service is Belfast the capital of Northern Ireland and a great base for exploring the natural wonders of Giants Causeway and Game of Thrones landscapes.

Discover the Netherlands

Major cities and their transport hubs are easily identified with related icons and connections. Holland has many modern new build train stations and Rotterdam is one of the most modern. NB. Most train stations have electronic barriers. Use the bar code on Interrail/Eurail Pass to activate.

Discover Central France

Central French city of Dijon is a perfect location to unwind from the busy capital cities and lots of interesting buildings to explore and admire.

Discover Northern Italy

Coastal port of Genova is a highlight of northern Italy and perfect stop off on the route between the south of France and all routes heading to central Italy

Discover Southern Germany

Beautiful Bavarian town of Füssen in southern Germany is a showcase of protected historical significant locations which are kept in tip top condition and are awesome places to explore. Also well worth seeking out is Lindau.

Discover Central Italy

Central Italy is blessed with some very beautiful locations and Lucca is well preserved wall city which includes some amazing churches, squares and park spaces. For the best full on appreciation of this remarkable location is to head left from the train station entrance and enter the city via Porta San Pietro gate which has attractive statue and big imposing gate pass through.

InfoRailMap 2020

Learn how to navigate the European Railway network

InfoRailMap clearly identifies high speed routes, scenic routes and all the regular railway network routes

High speed trains

The mainline railway as displayed by InfoRailMap is the European network .. high speed services often run on these tracks and many in France have dedicated TGV only tracks .. and therefore to aid in navigation InfoRailMap displays coloured connections in Orange highlight and Purple highlight to make it very obvious which connections are extra cost to the RailPass purchase and which are clearly time saving high speed routes.
High speed trains completely take the hassle out of international travel eg cross boarder connections between France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria and between France and Spain and between Germany and Poland especially where local trains have limited services.
InfoRailMap clearly identifies the intercity high speed routes where compulsory reservations and supplements are required with bright orange lines eg TGV, THALES, EuroStar and AVE.
High speed trains in Spain (AVE) and Belgium (THALES) incur additional mandatory supplements and compulsory seat reservations that need to be booked advance. This can easily be done at major city train station or via the Interrail App
InfoRailMap clearly identifies intercity high speed routes with bright orange highlighted lines.
IMPORTANT: These connections have been made additional to the actual network lines as many of these routes use the same railway lines.
RailPass holders get special price see Eurostar website or the interrail.eu app for more info.

Bright Orange highlights are clearly marked to enable instant identification of high speed routes.
Top Tips: High Speed trains in Spain are the only sensible way to get around this huge country. For many routes there are no regional (RE) train alternatives. Supplements and reservations can be quickly booked at any major Spanish city train station and can be booked many months in advance. Costs are standard regardless of length of journey.

Train Ferries

Highlight of the Italian Railway is the ferry train between Villa san Giovani and Messina on the island of Sicily. Train divides and pushed onto the train .. the ferry makes the short journey across the sea and is pulled back to shore.
Top Tip: Famous train ferry departs twice daily from Naples and arrives at Siracusa/Palermo 9++ hours later. NB. Always remember to book a window seat on the right hand side of the train in direction of travel for the best seaside views as it is very scenic as the train hugs the coastline. There is a night service too - book bottom bunks if you can as there are no security bars on the top and middle bunks.

Quickly identify high speed routes

Bright Orange highlights are clearly marked to enable instant identification of high speed routes where additional seat reservation and supplement must be purchased before boarding.
High Speed trains in Sweden like in Spain offer the only viable way of intercity travel and seat reservations can be easily purchase in majority of mainland European countries. Particularly good are German DB major station reservation booking service have access to the entire network.

Main line routes in Eastern Europe

Many Greek and Eastern European (ie Romania and Bulgaria) mainline connections require compulsory seat reservations
Best advice is always check Departure listings before you board any train in Eastern Europe.
Top Tip: Seat reservations can be purchased in any German or Austrian train station and can be booked many weeks in advance.

Germany is the exception for high speed train services

Purple lines indicate high speed services where no additional mandatory supplement or seat reservation is required.
German DB network is easily top of the list for RailPass awesomeness .. the entire DB network (only exception is cross boarder trains with Belgium, France, Denmark and Czech Republic) is free to travel on. This means all intercity ICE and IC trains.
Top Tip: German ICE/IC/EC high speed trains: YOU MUST CHECK the seat for reservations. Electronic display is located above the seat or for a small number of trains at the side.
It is acceptable to sit in a reserved seat .. but expect to be moved when the reservation holder turns up .. then you are obliged to move and find another seat. Sitting/standing in the corridors is common place especially at busy times of the day.
Try and avoid busy commuter times for example between 8am-10am and 4pm-6pm if you want to claim a seat.
It is possible to reserve a seat with an Interrail Pass. Always remember to request a window seat at time of booking!.
German DB timetable info can be found here. Online timetable covers most of Europe's big city connections. There is no off-line version unfortunately you do need internet connection. Also really useful on ICE/IC trains is free internet for limited use and access to timetable.

Local trains

InfoRailMap includes majority of local RE, RB, REX and REGIO connections which are all included in Interrail and Eurail RailPass product

Top Tip: S-Bahn is included in RailPass Product. But you must remember to complete your Travel diary. Failure to complete Travel diary can mean a BIG fine! Don't get caught out.

S-Bahn trains are particularly useful if you arrive and depart from German Airports as many are connected to S-Bahn network. Only exception is Nuremberg which is only connected by U-Bahn.

Local RE, RB, REX, REGIO:

Always double check that commuter trains and metro services between for example The Hague and Rotterdam are included. Many big city Metro service are not included although they look and feel like regular regional (RE) trains. Metro stations usually have electronic controls before boarding. This usually means they are not part of the RailPass product.

How do you know which are connections are local railway connections?

Best advice is always check the departure listings which are always present at train station and double check your train does not incur a seat reservations or additional supplement
Interrail app is perfect for double checking where connections need additional seat reservations or mandatory supplements. Link for Interrail app is here

Learn all about Europe's super impressive scenic routes

InfoRailMap clearly highlights and identifies all the very best scenic routes on the entire network


InfoRailMap super detailed pages for awesome Alpine routes.

InfoRailMap clearly identify the super scenic routes that you simply can not miss.

Discover Austria

OBB state run local trains (RE) are always preferable to faster intercity railJet services. Although railJet is awesome for high speed routes between Wien and Salzburg/Graz much of the gorgeous countryside is screened off to allow faster train speed. RailJet services only stop at the major city and bigger towns and detour around much of the windy/hilly routes which make for the stunning super scenic views.

Also railJet trains services do not have much space to move around in .. and usually most of the window seats are reserved in advance.
Top Tip: If you have time, especially in central and western Austria, always opt for the local train network.

Discover Switzerland

Regional trains in Switzerland provide some astonishing scenic services
All (well most!) Swiss trains are included in Interrail/Eurail product. The exceptions are the private railway branded tourist trains like the Glacier Express .. see further on for detailed explanation of this amazing train. Depending on the train route ie Golden Pass there are usually additional compartments/carriages/seats which include additional seat reservation costs.
If you do happen to sit in the wrong carriage you will be asked to find an alternative seat.
The little Gruyres Express train is between Bulle and Montbovon which is one of the most beautiful scenic routes in Switzerland. With a perfect stop in between for the amazing Gruyres Castle and grounds.

SBB - Swiss Federal Railways

SBB operate one of the most amazing train networks in the world and perhaps most famous for their seemingly effortless punctuality.
For a RailPass holder the instant availability of super modern train services transporting you around with stunning scenery to enjoy and gorgeous medieval old towns to enchant you .. Switzerland is a very popular destination.
If you need a train station which has everything that you need then head to Zurich where the shops, showers, lockers, chemists, tourist info is all in one place. The vast shopping center is underground and there are multiple levels containing everything you could possibly need.

Luzern and Bern also have shopping centers within the train station complex.
For a complete list of all SBB trains visit their website link is here

Switzerland has the worlds most impressive scenic routes

InfoRailMap super detailed Atlas pages clearly identifies all of Switzerland's most epic alpine super scenic routes .. for example the famous Glacier Express. See the the Menu option for Switzerland to learn more about all the famous alpine routes that are featured.

The Glacier Express is an extraordinary Route

Famous route is clearly identified on InfoRailMap detailed pages. Specially built train carriages which are branded, some with the Swiss flag and some with huge domed windows so you get to experience the whole vast vistas. St. Moritz is a great place to train spot all the different trains which travel around the mountains.

Glacier Express
Beautiful tree lined mountains to admire

This super scenic route can be viewed either by local train between Brig and St. Moritz or by branded dedicated carriage route which has to be booked independently and not part of RailPass offering .. see further on for more info.

Discover Scotland's stunning lochs and mountain scenary

Although not quite in the league of Alpine visas, Scotland's moody mountains are simply stunning

Croatian's scenic railway routes

Mainline route down to Split is one of the most sublime and interesting on the network. Journey between Zagreb and Split takes approximately 6 hours. There is also a convenient Night Train services.

Seat reservations are compulsory and can be booked months in advance at any German (DB) or Austrian (OBB) train station. Always book in advance for summer months as Split is a very popular destination and remember to ask for a window seat at the time of booking.

Norway's scenic routes

Not to be missed is Oslo to Trondheim. Norway is famous for its fjords - inland lakes - the route begins in Oslo and passes along the shore of lake Mjøsa to its northern tip at Lillehammer which once hosted the winter olympics in 1994.
Route then continues through the Rondane National Park and then Dovrefjell Sunndalsfjella National Park on its way to the beautiful coastal city of Trondheim

England's top scenic routes

South of England boasts many beautiful scenic routes and each have their different attractions depending on the time of year. Tree lined routes between Salisbury and Bristol are beautiful both in spring and autumn.

Greece's top scenic route

Beautiful and varied scenic route between Athens and Larissa and is best viewed from the back of the train
Seat reservation is compulsory on this route on the IC direct train. Always remember to request window seat at time of booking.

InfoRailMap clearly identifies all the super scenic private railway routes

Private railway routes for example services departing from Interlaken to Grindelwald on the route to the 'Top of Europe' are not included in RailPass offering.

The cog railway between Grindelwald and Jungfraujoch is included in the all in one Swiss Travel Pass and not to be confused with the Interrail/Eurail Swiss country specific railpass which is just covers the main Swiss railway network and excludes discounts and bus services.
Scenic routes which are privately owned and not included as part of Interrail/Eurail product are clearly identified by Green highlighted line.

Private Railway Scenic Routes

Austria has a beautiful privately owned Zillertalbahn railway line between Jenbach and Mayrhofen
Mayrhofen is Austria highest major Alpine ski resort and also a fantastic location to hike in the summer months. Tickets for the super little train can be bought from the conductor or at Jenbach train station.

Zillertalbahn private Railway is absolutely beautiful

Tickets for the little red train can be bought at Jenbach mainline platform ticket office or on the train from the conductor

Learn more about InfoRailMap - Bus routes

Bus connections are included where there is no train alternative ie Scandinavia
Bus services in Switzerland are included in the Swiss Travel Pass (www.sbb.ch) which is not part of the Interrail or Eurail product.

Learn more about Swiss Bus connections

Swiss bus services also provide access to the beautiful Leponitine Alps.

Learn more about Free bus service between Luleaa and Kemi

Scandinavia, in particular northern Norway, due to the size and terrain has limited railway services. InfoRailMap displays bus routes where there are no railway services.

InfoRailMap Atlas includes popular ferry connections

InfoRailMap (print editions only) provides discount info and www.links for all the most popular ferry routes including between Spain and North Africa, Scandinavia, Baltic Sea, UK and Mainland Europe and the Greek islands including Turkey, Cyprus and Crete.
The fastest way for getting between Sweden and Finland (without flying) is by ferry. A grand tour of Europe is just not complete without visiting Finland and it is really easy to organise the regular daily ferry route between Stockholm and Turku. RailPass holders are entiteld to big discounts.
Access to the port is easy with public transport connections at Stockholm and at Turku port it is a very pleasant 30 min walk along the estuary or regular bus ride to Turku train station.
If you want to book a night sailing there are budget options which is similar in price to a 6 berth couchette on a night train. Daytime crossings is one of the scenic rich ferry crossings in Europe and you will not be disappointed.
InfoRailMap clearly identifies the most popular ferry crossings for the whole Mediterranean Sea including Corsica, Sardina, Sicily and the Balearic Islands.

Inland lakes

Detailed InfoRailMap for Switzerland details inland lake ferry services ie beautiful Gotthard Panorama Express route includes a ferry journey

Learn more about Greek Islands and popular ferry routes departing from Athens for Crete and Cyprus

InfoRailMap legend is what makes this Railway Atlas completely unique

Learn more about the InfoRailMap Icons

UNESCO Listed World Heritage
UNESCO icon

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) historically significant sites are abundant throughout the European Continent.
InfoRailMap clearly identifies the most popular, railway friendly, UNESCO sites to visit.

UNESCO Icon includes historically significant world heritage, significant Roman Artifacts, and protected landscapes

For example Toledo in Spain which is just a short 40 min train journey from Madrid Atocha train station

UNESCO sites include ancient Roman artifacts for example Bath Spa in England

UNESCO sites include ancient Roman sites for example Lyon in France

UNESCO sites include ancient Roman structures for example Segovia Aqueduct in Spain

The castle icon

Castle icon indicates cities that include awesome Castles, Forts, Bridges and Citadels.
Spain is usually associated with its beaches on the east coast .. look closer and you will find some of the largest and most magnificent castle structures in Europe and some locations just can't be missed for example Avila.
Switzerland is famous for many castles one of the most impressive locations is Bellinzona in Southern Switzerland.
Another amazing Swiss castle is Gruyres which is free to visit and admire and has super walled hill top citadel to explore.
Oslo the capital city of Norway has a huge completely free to explore castle which towers over the port area and makes for a great destination for a brilliant view of the beautiful bay below.
Wales in United Kingdom is home of many amazing legends. Caerphilly just a short journey from the Capital city of Cardiff is an ancient castle and free to admire from the outside.
Napoli in Italy is home to a vast castle perched on hill and provides huge views of the coastline and port below
Passau in Germany is a beautiful river location with ancient Medeival old town, beautiful domed cathedral and free to visit castle which has impressive views of the city below.

The Cathedral icon

InfoRailMap clearly identifies all the many huge and beautiful Cathedrals, Mosques, Monasteries and Abbeys

Italy has many famous and stunning Cathedrals to visit - top of the list is hill top Citadel of Oriverto

Finnish capital of Helsinki has two beautiful Cathedrals to admire. Helsinki Cathedral dominates over the port area and can be clearly seen from afar

Melk's in home to Austria's most impressive Benedictine monastery which towers over the small town with some tremendous views of the surrounding country side

Turku is Finland's oldest documented town and has impressive stone build cathedral

Verona's city centre is one of Italy's finest and the picture perfect
Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore has his remarkable statue at the entrance

Ancient roman city of Lyon in France is packed full to the brim of top tourist sites and stunning Cathedrals to admire

Milano in northern Italy is home to one of the worlds most handsome Gothic inspired Cathedrals

The Medieval Old Town icon

Warsaw capital city of Poland is home to some of the most moving memorials in Europe. Almost completely destroyed by the Russians in the Second World war, Warsaw Old Town has been completely rebuilt and now makes for a fine stroll around.

Zagreb the capital city of Croatia upper old town is home to super colourful 13the Century church roof

Utrecht is one of Holland's oldest towns and has some handsome street statues

Brugge in Belgium is home to one of Europe's most impressive Medieval town halls

Limberg in Germany is famous for its pretty and colourful half-timbered old town

Scotland is the land of legends and Aberdeen honours its most famous Robert the Bruce

Nuremberg in central Germany is a fine old world town with many painted fresco buildings to admire

Lindau in southern Bavaria and displays beautiful fresco building artwork

Ceskı Krumlov is one of Europe's most magnificent medieval old world towns and easily reached by train services from both Praha and from Linz in Austria

InfoRailMap is an awesome planning tool

InfoRailMap - Plot and plan your route in an instance

InfoRailMap clearly identifies places you might not think to visit for example beautiful Leuven in Belgium

InfoRailMap - Provides everything you need to propertly plan your epic RailPass adventure

Many local regional town-to-town trains in Germany, Netherlands and Switzerland are super modern double deckers with big doors

Top tip

Departure listings are the place to go as soon as you arrive at any destination and check out that the next train you want to catch is departing when you expect.

It is always worth checking out the location of the platform number as well.

For instance in Zurich there are underground platforms which take about 2-5 minutes to get to depending on how busy the station is.

Knowing where your next train departs from and familiarizing yourself with the platform and how to get there makes for a less stress when you arrive for your next connection ..

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Discover Your Europe

Aweseome Germany

Konstanz on the Swiss/German border and is a delightful location on the banks of Lake Constance (Bodensee).
Lake Constance is Europe's third largest inland lake. The biggest inland lake is Lake Balaton in Hungary is and then Lac de Geneve in Southern Switzerland.

InfoRailMap super detailed RailPass Atlas pages

Discover Switzerland

Switzerland's railway network is the envy of the world and magical scenery to match!

Super detailed InfoRailMap includes major mountains names and elevation in meters height .. lakes .. rivers .. national parks .. everything you need to properly understand exactly what is on offer via this amazing railway and integrated transport network.

Super detailed InfoRailMap For Switzerland includes border countries of Germany, France, Italy and Austria.

Learn more about Switzerland

Top train station for convenience is Zürich HB Train Station which has multi levels to explore including showers, shops, lockers, supermarkets and even more train platforms.
The ground/street level departure platforms has a must-visit Train Information/Ticket Office where you can pick up quality printed material covering the whole integrated transport system. In fact most major stations have free quality printed material including timetables, maps and tourist info available so always worth checking out while you wait for your next train.

Learn more about Switzerland's amazing railway network

Super detailed InfoRailMap Atlas pages includes extra highlights for all the purpose built super scenic railways lines

Discover Switzerland's most famous UNESCO heritage railway

UNESCO Bernina Express shares part of the same route as the Glacier Express and starts is journey at Chur and passes through Fillsur to Bever. There is a detour either via Pontresina or via St. Moritz.

The Piz Bernia mountains range is easily the most enthrawling of all the Swiss alpine routes and try and find a window that opens for even more enjoyment. Train winds its way down the valley to Tirano which make for breathtaking valley views .. it really is very awesome!

The route goes directly between the Piz Bernina Ospizio and Piz Hospiz mountain range hence the name.

The route can be extended by the Bernina bus along the northern Italian border and back into Switzerland where the final stop is Lugano.


Bernina Express route passes through 55 tunnels and over 196 bridges between Chur and Tirano
Train track travels along the shore of crystal clear Lake Bianco
Always check to see if there is a carriage where the windows open for big majestic views of the approaching valleys. The route really is breathtaking at some points.
For more Bernina info visit:
rhb.ch/en/panoramic-trains/bernina-express

Discover Famous Glacier Express Route

Glacier Express route is between Zermatt and St Moritz.

Super modern branded carriages are not included as part of Interrail/Eurail .. but the almost 90% of the route can be done by regular RE trains at no extra cost.

The dictionary definition for glacier is "an extended mass of ice formed from snow falling and accumulating over the years and moving very slowly, either descending from high mountains, as in valley glaciers, or moving outward from center's of accumulation, as in continental glaciers".
The Impressive Glacier Express route travels along the valley at the base of the vast Trugberg Mountain range which has an elevation of 3,933 metres.

Glacier Express travels over 291 bridges and passes through 91 tunnels

Glacier Express is definitely a route to do in both directions - once is just not enough!

St Moritz train station has a little room dedicated to the Glacier Express

There some really interesting photos of the original Glacier Express built in 1930's and the men that built this amazing feat of engineering.

For more Glacier Express train info visit:
www.glacierexpress.ch/en

Discover Switzerland's sublime and beautiful Golden Pass route

Full route (Swiss Travel Pass - branded carriages) is between Luzern and Geneve. These services include super modern dedicated carriages with resturant facilitues and much more. Services depart in each direction daily and do get booked up in advance in peak tourist seasons ie summer holidays and Christmas.
The actual Golden Pass is between Zweisimmen and Montreux and is free to travel on regular RE trains which are super fun old world worn and ancient carriages where most of the windows open which is just fantastic.

The Beautiful Golden Pass Route

The Golden Pass alpine visas will be in your memory for ever! This is no exageration .. if you are lucky and get a good weather the scenery really is simply stunning.

Departing from Montreux the RE route heads to Zweisimmen via Gstaad

Route passes through Gruyères National Park - Chateau-d' Oex is perfect stop for a walk about

Golden Pass route has some breathtaking vistas to admire including rolling hills, forests, typical swiss chalets and huge mountain landscapes
Golden Pass route is gorgeous no matter what time of the year
Golden Pass route is between central Switzerland and Lake Geneve and as the train approaches Montreux the lake and French Alps in the background are in clear view. It really is very beautiful.
Golden Pass route - interior of RE carriages which form part of the same train as branded carriages
For more info visit www.goldenpassline.ch

William Tell Express:

Luzern - Lake Luzerne - Flüelen - St Gotthard - Bellinzona - Lugano

Departing from UNESCO listed Luzern the route follows the coastline of Lake Lucern on a vintage paddle steamer and passes through one the deepest inland lakes in Switzerland and past the famous Rigi montain.
The route then heads to the south eastern shore to little town of Flüelen, just a short walk and the amazing fully curved dome windowed panoramic train speeds you south along the original alpine route between Erstfeld and Goschenen. This route has been mophed for high speed routes into the 'New ' Gottard tunnel.
From Goschenen the train disappears through the 'old' Gottard Tunnel to Airolo and then the amazing alpine railway circles around the mountains to reach the top with the mightly Cima Dell Uomo mountains to Bellinzona and then down hill all they way tothe last station stop which is Lugano.

How to get to the Top of Europe - Jungfraujoch

The Bernese Alps in central Switzerland is home to the Jungfraujoch and is the second highest mountains in Europe
The route begins its journey from Interlaken Ost and there are two alternative ways to reach the Jungfraujoch viewing platform. Journey is not included interrail or Eurail RailPass but is included in the Swiss Travel Pass.
You will be impressed with the Jungfraujoch viewing platform and regardless of the weather the view is astonishing. Obviously a bright blue sunny day is preferable but often the clouds are low lying and you get the view of the clouds and mountains plus the blue sunny sky!
Unfortunately the final leg of the trip to the amazing viewing platform .. the top of the Jungfrauhoch is super .. super expensive .. so almost as good is the budget option which is to just pay the cost to get to Grindelwald and enjoy the view from afar!
The mighty Jungfrau route to the Top of Europe has some little hut stops and all have tourist info about where you are and what to look out for especially useful if you are intending on hiking in the area.

Learn more about Swiss trains

Swiss trains are varied and always super clean, punctual and simply awesome! However do try and avoid peak commuter routes between the major cities between 8am-9am and in the evening between 4pm and 6pm. Services get really busy and you will struggle to find a seat.

Time your day so you are sight seeing during these peak travel times and save yourself a whole load of unnecessary hassel and crowds. Zurich and Bern train stations are particularly busy at these time of the day and best avoided if you can.

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Schaffhausen

Northern Swiss town of Schaffhausen is one of Switzerland's top destinations. Tourist information is abundant and you do not need a guide book or Google maps to find your way around! Instead there are well placed info/map boards so all you actually need to do is just follow the boards around the gorgeous little riverside town.
There are impressive baroque buildings with big bay windows, high windowed roofs and beautifully decorated facades. Perched on a hill in the centre of the town is the 6th-century Munot Fortress which is completely free to explore.. it is a bit of a hike up the many .. many stone stairs. Once at the top you are rewarded with a super view of the pretty town below.
Easy to find because of its high Gothic steeples is the church of St. Johann which is famous for its acoustics. The little town also boasts a Benedictine monastery which includes a Roman cathedral.

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Zug

Pretty little town of Zug is a delightful lakeside location with a huge clock, medieval wooden buildings and decorated facades. The Old Town is a 10 min walk from the train station and there are fantastic views of lake Zugersee and snow capped mountains beyond.
It is a perfect spot for lunch at one of the open air restaurants on the lake shore and then a stroll along the tree lined promenade. The photograph below is winter time and the trees make for interesting silhouettes against the setting sun.

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Luzern/Lucerne

The beautiful lake side town of Luzern is just a few mins from the lake shore .. and as you make your way out of the super modern train station you are greeted this hansome statue on the city arch. Walk through the arch and you soon arrive at the jetty area for ferry rides across this beatiful lake.

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Luzern/Lucerne

The beautiful lake side town of Luzern is just a few mins from the lake shore .. and as you make your way out of the super modern train station you are greeted this hansome statue on the city arch. Walk through the arch and you soon arrive at the jetty area for ferry rides across this beatiful lake.

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Luzern/Lucerne

The famous and UNESCO listed town of Luzern is well worth at least a day exploring. The famous wooden Kapellbrücke bridge connects the old town across river estuary link to the bigger lake. Also well worth seeking out is the wooden Spreuer Bridge which displays some beautiful artwork further north which is the main bridge over the river Reuss it really is remarkable. And provides a beautiful views of the town.
There is a castle (Wachtturm) which is up a hill and also home to the famous painted clock tower, which dates back to 1535. The Old Town of Lucern really is very beautiful with amazing painted buildings kept in tip top condition and very photogenic with plenty to go wow at! Lucerne is also the start of the William Tell Express which includes a paddle boat trip with outstanding views of the surrounding mountains as it head southwards.

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Bern

Capital city of Switzerland Bern is like no other capital city in Europe and there is a lot to do and see. Bern Old Town is perched on a hill and basically consists of one very long road with little similar roads running parallel which are just as interesting as the main road (Kramgasse) to explore and is UNESCO listed.
Top thing to do is make your way to the river Aare and walk in either direction around the river bend and then find a vertical set of steps to climb up to get back to the main part of the town. Bern really is lots of fun. There is an exceptional tourist office on the top level of the cold and uninviting concrete train station. There is also a quality supermarket one level down which is super useful!
Top places to find are Einsteinhaus which is the 1900's rented second-floor flat of the most famous of all Bern's recent inhabitants Albert Einstein. The flat is now a museum and can be explored for a small sum which is quite fun. At the top/begriming of the Kramgasse Road is the famous Zytglogge colourful painted mechanical clock tower and astrolabe. Very nearby is the beautiful Cathedral of Bern which is free to explore.

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Luzern to Interlaken Express

Be completely wowed by this special little train and the wonderful scenic journey. Super moden RE train service makes this regular journey.
Route passes along the northen shores the Lake Brienz and has some awesome lake side views as little train makes its way to Interlaken. Although this is not one of the famous branded trains routes in Switzerland it is well worth seeking out to enjoy.

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Discover Austria

Austria's railway network is the passes through some of Europe's most beautiful alpine scenic routes

Discover Austria

Austria is a tale of three landscapes. To the west, and the border with Switzerland, are the mighty Tirol Mountains which are arguably more attractive than the Swiss mountains! The northeast half of the country is low lands, bordering with Germany and Czech Republic, with attractive rolling hills and dominated by the river Danube which passes from Salzburg and onwards to the capital city of Wien and onwards to Budapest in Hungary. The southern half of the country which boarders with Slovenia and Italy is dominated by the Otztal and Gurktal Alps and vast Nockberge Biospharen UNESCO park.

OBB Austrian Railway

Austrian state railway OBB provides exceptional services from super fast railJet services which connect major cities to the awesome IC trains with big windows that open to local RE three carriage trains that visit all the little towns not visited by the inter-city trains. Services are punctual and trains are super clean and super modern.

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Learn more about Capital City of UNESCO Wien

Wien Hauptbahnhof is a super massive modern multi-story shopping center and just a couple of metro stops away from Stephansplatz on RED line Metro 1, which is the very center of the beautiful inner ring and busy city center.
In the basement of Wien Hauptbahnhot is a big Coop supermarket and the top street level has tourist office which hands out free city maps, train ticket office and self-service ticket machines for City Transport Pass (24/48/72 hrs). In between levels have all manor of shops, shower facilities and luggage lockers .. just follow the signposts for what you need. The station is well connected to the tram system, local trains and U-bahn. Tram is the way to see this city unless you are in a super hurry then hit the efficient Metro.
Capital city of Wien is one of Europe's most popular old world imperial destinations with a huge amount to do and explore from over 50 plus museums, art galleries, world famous opera houses, manicured gardens, big open parks and Europe's oldest Zoo.
Wien central inner circle is serviced by tram D which connects to Wien Hbf main train station and a super way to see the main sights if you just have a few hours to spend here. City Transport Pass is easily purchased from automated service points located just under the big blue departure boards at Wien Hbf.

Trains in Austria are super modern and super efficient

Austrian railway network passes through very beautiful alpine landscapes

Top of the list for amazing scenic railway journey is between Salzburg - Worgl - Innsbruck
This super scenic routes should only be done by local REX and S1 trains to get the best views.
The railJet fast trains do the similar route but much of the scenery is screened off and the trains just goes too fast to really make that lasting impression. railJet trains sometimes require additional supplements depending on time of day and where they go ie .. Wien to Budapest now requires mandatory seat reservations. EC trains departing Innsbruck to Bolzano requires mandatory seat reservations.
Top locations to stop off and admire is Zell am See which is a sweet little lakeside town with impressive views.

Austria has simply stunning castles to admire

Austrian UNESCO heritage

Kufstein

German/Austrian Border town of Kufstein has a beautiful castle perched high on a hill and visible as you approach the station in either direction.

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Graz

Capital of lower Austria, Styria, is beautiful medieval old world city of Graz. The main city centre straddles the river Mur and has a pedestrianized center which makes for a perfect spot of lunch at one of the many open air resturants and cafe.

Graz is famous for its large 17th Century baroque pastel coloured buildings which are are signature of many Austrian central town.

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Salzburg

Salzburg is a beautiful city and the gardens of the Mirabell Palace are free to visit and the best place to start any tour of the city including wonderful views of the hill top Fortress Hohensalzburg.

Mozart

Salzburg is most famous for its connections with Mozart and expect to be impressed!
Salzburg is a fantastic city to get up and about walking with some absolutely fantastic hillside walks providing amazing views of the castles and city beneath .. all the many hills which surround the city are paved and easy to access.

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Steyr

Historic medieval old world town of Steyr located on the banks of river Salzach. Beautiful castle dominated location packed with history and colourful artworked buildings.

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Discover Northern Italy stunning dolomite mountains and beautiful alpine towns

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Bergamo

Discover stunning Bergamo just a short journey from Milano. Hill top citadel Citta Alta is accessible by an up hill stone step walk or the cable car
Exploring Bergamo Citta Alta is completely free and there are beautiful churches, big awesome views of the city below and surrounding countryside

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Brescia

Discover Brescia and the ancient Dumo Vecchio. Not much to look at outside but inside is stunning and completely free to explore. Brescia has easy to access Roman Artifacts and museum, big castle to explore and fine buildings.

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Verona

Top of the list for any tour of Italy the ancient city Verona is a wonderful place to take your time exploring with extraordinary cathedral, hill top castle and impressive Roman Amphitheatre. Perfect stop between Venice and Milano.

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Venice

Venice is Italy's most popular location to visit outside of Roma. The great value Venice City Transport Pass includes all ferry services including trips to beautiful islands of Murano and Burano.
Burano is famous for its brightly coloured buildings and super little canals and perfect location to walk around and admire the surrounding vento and island village life.
Murano is a much bigger island and famous for its Chiesa di Santa Maria degli Angeli which dates back to 1188  and legendary Church of Saint Peter Martyr both of which are completely free to explore and admire.
Venice is enchanting and no matter the weather rain or shine is easily Europe's most beautiful city

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Leco and Lake Como

Lake Como is the biggest inland lake in Northern Italy. Lecco is the beautiful lake side town on the south eastern aspect and on the route between Milano to Tirano which is the start of the beautiful Swiss UNESCO Bernina Express

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Milano

Milano has a huge history and a fine big city destination and perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of Italy. Milano is famous for its big statement instalations and huge mostly free to explore castle. Central Dumo is extraordinary and makes Milan is one Europe's most popular locations to visit.

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Milano Centrale Train Station

Milano Centrale is a very impressive station has high speed connections to Rome Termini, Torino Porta Susa, Zurich and Venezia Santa Lucia.

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Discover Southern Germany - Bavaria

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Bavaria

Bavaria is Germany's most popular tourist destination and includes Munchen and the beautiful southern Alpine resorts of Mittenwald

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Munchen

Munchen is a stunning city packed with a lot to do and see. Top of the list is nearby Nymphenburg Palace and Blutenburg Castle

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Füssen

Top of the list for day trips from Munchen is the Bavarian town of castle dominated Füssen

Füssen is most famous for its amazing UNESCO listed Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau Castles

However the little town of Füssen is very beautiful with a fee to explore castle and impressive lake walks.

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Passau

Not to be missed in Bavaria is the border town of Passau. Famous for its amazing hill top castle, old world medieval old town and beautiful cathedral.

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Nuremberg

Further north of Munchen is the rebuilt and improved beyond recognition and gorgeous town of Nuremberg and the second largest city in Bavaria.
Nuremberg is a perfect day trip from Munchen as train station is located on the southern end of the town walls which ring the city. Just head out of the train station/hauptbahnhof and keep walking .. really useful tourist office is clearly signposted just 3 mins walk from the station entrance as you walk towards the town

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Discover enchanting and super scenic Slovenia

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Slovenia has many gorgeous landscapes

Top route is between Villach in Austria and Ljubljana the capital city

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Lesce Bled

Lake Bled is UNESCO listed and train station Lesce Bled has regular bus services

Lake Bled really is stunning and you will be super impressed

Route between Lesce Bled and Ljubljana is very scenic

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Ljubljana is capital city of Slovenia
Ljubljana the capital of Slovenia is one of Europe's nicest small capital cities and there is a lovely castle to explore with the impressive five bridges at the center of the old world town

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Southern Bohemia

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Ceskı Krumlov

Ceskı Krumlov is home to impressive gothic, renaissance and baroque castle with unique and impressive round bell tower. Top advise is to walk to the town from the train station .. route is almost all down hill and you do get super impressive views of the castle as you approach. Regular buses service the train station so perfect for the way back to the train station.
Český Krumlov's beautiful bell tower really is super special and can be explored for a small cost .. you are rewarded with some stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Český Krumlov is almost an island as it is surrounded by the Vltava River and the castle dominates the little town. It really is a wonderful place to visit and explore.
Train journey between České Budějovice and its close neighbour Český Krumlov is rather nice .. rolling hills and farmland

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České Budějovice

České Budějovice is the largest city in Southern Bohemia

The center of the town is surrounded by the River Vltava and a canal which makes for a very attractive walk around the town. The centre of town is a big square with statue topped and pastel painted buildings, colourful façades and big central water feature. There is a lot to like about this pristine town and a perfect day trip from Praha with regular RE train services.

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Hungary has many delightful old world medieval towns to explore. Top of the list is Sopron and Gyor both of which are really easy to get to from Austria and Slovenia.

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Gyor

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Gyor town center is just a delightful 15 min walk in a straight line from the entrance of the train station. Old world medieval town is super clean and beautifully preserved buildings makes this a super day out from either Wien, Bratislava or Budapest with regular RE regaional train connections.
The train station is well worth exploring which some interesting artwork and maps in the waiting room. If you are waiting for a connecting train .. there is quite a lot to see just adjacent to the entrance if you need something to do for 20 mins.

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Gyor was an important trading stop between Wien and Budapest and located on a tribitory/stream which flows into the mighty river Danube which flows between Wien and Budapest. There is a lot to like about this prestine little town center.

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Gyor is an awesome destination with street art, museums, art galleries, super little old world houses, sweet little castle, amazing churches.. The town centre is based on a grid system around a central square so super easy to navigate your way around.

Exploring Gyor

Gyor has many attractive buildings to admire and in 2,000 the city spent a lot of money cleaning up and improving the buildings. Result is a super attractive destination to enjoy.

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Sopron

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Sopron is steeped in history and been a casulty of many wars between the Ottomans and the Hungarians .. Austrians and Hungarians and who ever wanted to control this prime real estate! Recent history and following the break up of the Austro-Hungarian empire and World War II it suffered bad bomb damaged not that you would every realise now. In 1989 a protest by East German exiles who crossed the border here marked the begining of the fall of the Iron Curtain and Berlin Wall on November 9th 1989.

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Sopron famous fire town is in the very center of the little town area and well worth sitting down on the benchs which surround the court yard and enjoying the view. There is a tourist office on the approaching street and lots to enjoy. The city was encircled by a roman wall and a castle was here .. not much remains exept a bit of the wall which is well worth seeking out.

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Sopron town center is a 20 min walk from the busy and colourful train station and the cental old world town area is a circular road so easy to navigate.
 

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Siófok

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Siófok is easy to get to and located on far eastern shore of Lake Balaton which is Europes biggest inland lake. The lake is more long than wide so you can easily see the adjacent shore line. Little town of Siofok is the easiest port location for taking a boat around the lake and has regular RE connections with Budapest.

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Dresden is a top destination in Eastern Germany and this statue is found at the top level platforms of train station.
Step outside the train station and there is a convenient supermarket. The town is a brisk 20 min walk in a straight line passing through main shopping precinct before long you are there bang in the middle of the town and the big domed baroque Frauenkirche church.

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Bellinzona is a top destination the very southern tip of Switzerland and you feel like you are in Italy! This is a magnificent location to explore and super easy to get to from either Milano in Italy or from anywhere in Switzerland

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Thessaloniki is a top destination in northern Greece and home to lots of interesting antiquity

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Goteborg is a top destination on the coast of Sweden and has some fine street monuments

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Lyon in central France is a top destination and the amazing hill top La Basilique Notre Dame de Fourvière is adorned in awesome statues

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