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    I need help with transportation between cities. Any suggestions? I’ve been researching several options, such as Eurostar and Eurails, but wanted to get opinions. Let me know what you think? If you have traveled within these countries before, any information/advice would really help!!! Thanks all Smile

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    A combination of rail and flights. Check out bahn.de for rail times and (sometimes) prices and kayak for airfare. No need for a rail pass on this one.

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    yup, your only train will be from london to paris. therefore, you dont need or want a eurail pass. try out flylowcostairlines.com for cheap flight routes between the different cities.

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    Did you already lock yourself into this itinerary? Why not look into an open-jaw airfare (fly into one city, home from another) and avoid backtracking to Amsterdam.