Are you looking for the perfect medium and companion for your Europe trip? Let Europe’s railway network be the medium to travel and International Rail’s Interrail Global Pass be your companion. Do you want to know why?
The efficient train service of the continent would bring you closer to Europe’s unadulterated beauty and architectural brilliance; while the Interrail pass would help you get closer to European splendor in a convenient, economical and comfortable manner.
Here’s a two week long itinerary that would take you across Europe by rail:
Four days in Paris
Be it art or fashion, food or culture, nature or architecture – Paris leaves everyone spellbound. First things first, head straight to the famous Eiffel Tower, because, like they say – you have not seen Paris until you have seen this architectural marvel. On your first two days in the city, you could visit the white Roman Basilica Sacre Coeur, Gothic cathedral Notre Dame, and the renowned Musée d’Orsay museum. Indulge in scenic boat ride on the Seine and take a stroll down the Champs Elysees on your third day. On your last day in Paris, consider taking a day trip to the medieval city of Provins, which you can reach in 1.30 hours by train.
Five days in Brussels
This beautiful and unique city of Belgium is famous for its beer, chocolate, and chips (French fries). Take an early morning train from Paris to reach Brussels in 2-3 hours. Spilt your first three days in the city between top tourist spots, such as the spectacular Atomium building, Grand Place market square, and Museum of the Belgian Brewers. If you love classic and contemporary art, then take a train to Antwerp on the fourth day, which is less than an hour away from Brussels. On your last day, you could hop on the train to Bruges and Leuven to see UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Five days in Amsterdam
With the Interrail Global Pass in your backpack, you can reach Amsterdam from Brussels in just 2.30 hours. Quirky and cozy, it is an ideal destination to explore on the last leg of your European vacation. Art and history lovers can to head towards the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. A trip to Amsterdam is incomplete without visiting the Anne Frank House, dedicated to German-born Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. A few other places that are worth visiting are Efteling amusement park, Vondelpark, and the Royal Palace of Amsterdam. You could take day trips to Keukenhof Gardens and Zaanse Schans on your last two days in the city.
In just £195, you get to visit over 30 countries within Europe along with additional discounts on ferries, hostels, museums, and hotels. For more information, visit our website today.