Is it advisable to fly or take a train from Barca to Madrid ? Also how far out is the airport if we would like to fly in both the cities ? Ideally we would like to take the option that is cheaper …..
Inputs are most welcome !
Hi Folks need some more help
- How do you recommend we travel from Barcelona to Madrid ? Do we take a train ( purchase online or book once you are there ) or take a bus ?
Is the bus journey too long and tiring ? Are the trains too expensive ?
Would love if someone could also suggest some train reservation sites . I checked out AVS and turned out to be too expensive !
Thanks and Regards
I’m travelling from Barcelona to Avignon (with a few stops in between) and will be taking trains. The whole system is a bit cofusing to me and i’m wondering if it’s better to make the reservations from here in the States or fine to just buy the tickets once i get there? It seems like it’s a bit more expensive to do it from here, but then I am assured a seat. Perhaps I won’t have any problems finding seats if I just buy them at the station. Any suggestions?
My itinerary is mostly Western Europe.
I have a lot of questions so please bear with me.
Shall I buy a Eurail pass for the whole 2 months?
I was thinking of booking a flight from Barcelona to Nice.
Should I also book a flight from Paris to Barcelona?
When do you think would be most appropriate to ride overnight trains?
Thx in advance guys!
I’m leaving in about 2 weeks and have not done much to plan. I’ll be meeting up with a few cousins (who are equally unplanned) and then settling in Goult, France for a 2 week family reunion. We will spend most of that time in Provence. I’m trying to figure out where to go and what to do the two weeks before the reunion. My cousin is going to Switz, Italy, Spain, anf France, but I’m looking for a bit less movement. What’s feasible in two weeks? Also, I’m considering flying from Barcelona to Florence to meet up with my cousin. Do-able or too much of a hassle?
Ok Guys, I’ve got Portugal sorted out and I have the following itinerary leading up to Pamplona:
Porto – 3 days
Lisbon – 3 Days (or an extra day in Lisbon and reduce my time in Algarve to do a day trip to Sintra??)
Algarve Region – 4 days
Seville – 2 days
Granada – 2 days
Now should I:
A) Go to Alicante/Valencia for 2 days and go to Madrid for 3 days
B) Go to Madrid for a few days and thn to Valencia before moving up to Barcelona.
Hi All Need some advise on cool places to stay at Barcelona , Loire Valley ( France ) and Amsterdam . Would like to be budget concious however at the same time , would like if the place is centrally located , well connected.
We are looking at a double room – have a budget of approx 60 euro per night for the both of us !
Any recommendations / suggestions are welcome !
Hi! I’m fairly new at traveling. In fact, I’ve never traveled outside outside the US. All help would be appreciated.
Planning a 11 day trip at the end of June to the first week of July. In my mid 20’s seeking history & architecture, lots of time by bodies of water (not necessary laying on the beach), and a little partying. I’m from NYC, so I really rather be outdoors than indoors (Musuems are too confining.
Help Required !
We are planning a 15 day trip to Europe in Early September. The countries and cities in our wish list are Italy ( Venice , Florence ) ; France ( Paris and some nearby areas ) ; Germany ( Hamburg , Munich ) and Spain ( Madrid , Barcelona ) .
Now the problem – we are aware that all these cant be done in 15 days ! What would you recommend our agenda should be ; and also is September the right time to travel ?
Look forward to your comments !
Hey there fellow travelers,
My husband is graduating law school in February of 2009, I’m surprising him with a 3 week trip in Europe. My plan is to do Ireland for a week and then take Ryan Air to Lisbon to spend two weeks in Portugal/Spain.
Can anyone suggest an itinerary or some must see places? Also, do you suggest getting some kind of train pass.
Thanks and happy travels.