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- Travel Tips
I need to find the cheapest fare for my BERLIN-PRAGUE trip on 11.9.2010 (saturday).
Im gonna stay in Berlin for 3 days (8.-11.9.) and then get back to Prague. Regular fares on this route seem to be incredibly expensive so I wonder what are the options/alternatives. I dont wanna hitchhike, but rather travel by train or bus and spend 30-35E, tops.
Thx for any information on this topic!
I know there have been topics posted on how to find cheap flights, but I find myself unable to find flights in the price range I am hoping for. I am planning on backpacking from July 26 to August 26th . I would like to fly from either Newark, New York, or Philadelphia, and land in Berlin (preferably Tegel) and return via the same locations. So far the cheapest flight I have found has been for $1,010, including taxes and fees. Has anyone heard of a flight cheaper than this? If so, it would be a great help to me!
I am planning a trip to Amsterdam, Germany, Belgium and Paris for Summer 2010 and coudl really use some suggestions as far as must see sites and things to do. Our itinerary is pretty much wide open and other than hostels and the general locations we dont have any specific plans.
Whats the best city in Germany to visit if were planning on coming from Amsterdam, staying for 2 days, and then heading to Paris? We hope to also visit a concentration camp along the way – Has anyone visited one? Or have any suggestions?
I will be traveling in Europe in June and I have a week of unplanned itinerary.
I was wondering if it is possible to see Berlin, Prague and Krakow in this time. I only want to be in Poland for a sort time. I fly out of poland on the 29 and want to spend the day before seeing Auschwitz.
If its not feasible to do the three, would you suggest Berlin or Prague for sightseeing / photo-ops etc.
I am starting to plan a 5 city trip to Europe for 2 weeks. Has anyone ever rented a car and traveled city to city or is the train always the way to go?
We will be traveling from Berlin-Krakow-Budapest-Vienna-Prague-Berlin.
Hi, my plan is listed below. I’m on a kind of tight budget (not too sure what that will be yet right enough) and was wondering if it looks okay and perhaps people can reccomend places to cut out or add in?
Im trying to find a safe and secure private room for me and my partner for 4-5 weeks in Amsterdam, Paris and Berlin. Must be ONE bed, and have lock on the door. Cheapest as possible.
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just want a little help on know what to look at when i got to Munich, Berlin, Vienna, and Brataslava..
i got a general idea of what to look for
i wanna do the whole night time party seen…. im bring more than enough money so that i can go out and have tons of fun
but i also wanna see historical shit, stuff that has to the with the wars, and famous sites
hey guys i need your help
i dont really know what pass should i buy
i got 10 countries im going to and im going trow main cities
Brussels, Paris, Barcelona, Berne, Munich, Vienna, Budapest, Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam
i dont know if i should get the 10 days within 2 months
or the 15 days within 2 months
Non-consecutive means that i can split the lets say 10 days within 2 months?
mt trip is for 1 month