Travel To Europe By Train

In Europe traveling by train. Because if it is true that increase low cost airlines and competition in the skies is rampant, it is also true that the rail transport companies are following suit, offering services and increasingly competitive rates.

A vacation should be something enjoyable and stress-free, but more often than not the beginning of a trip is ruined by the traumatic experience at the airport.
Are you tired of the endless file upon check-in and passport controls and boring? Travel by train means you can say goodbye to baggage fees and to wander around the airport for hours before taking off. Moreover, it is surprisingly easy! Take for example two cities in Europe are easy to reach by train.

Railway stations, before that trip, provoked in me a strange sense of melancholy! Sit on a train wagon meant leaving home, family, friends, and maybe even a little carefree youth to reach the city where did his military service. But all things come to an end sooner or later and, as if by magic, in a few months has changed my feeling with the locomotive! The end of conscription has coincided with the purchase of the rail ticket for your Interrail! Backpacking, an ounce of unconsciousness, and accompanied by a handful of daring departure to discover our dear old Europe!

Bergamo, Verona and then on to Munich! First clumsy stage concluded with a SIP of too delicious Bavarian beer. A few hours of sleep and the journey continues at night with destination Copenhagen! The Danish city is a pleasant surprise of modernity and colors, as are the girls who observe ride to reach the premises in the harbour.

But the train will not wait, after all the races abroad are punctual! After spending one night in Viking territory, it resumes the journey southbound. The next morning a visit to the Nazi concentration camp of Dachau, near Munich, is very touching. Consternation and disbelief skim over the strings of the collective memory. In the evening arrival at the train station in Vienna shows the attention to mundane everyday problems: where to eat and where to sleep! The next day the Austrian capital there takes your breath. The Habsburg architecture projects us into another era and the many museums of the city can only increase the desire to spend more time to admire them all. But little time remains, the coaches leave. Toccata and Fugue in Bern, Switzerland's capital where beautiful our curiosity is completely absorbed by meeting with one of its most illustrious citizens: the bear of Baerengraben. One last look at the snowy peaks of the Alps and orobian Clusone plateau is there, ready to welcome.

That trip by train through Europe has changed many things; has opened a world of aesthetic and inner experience that none of us could know first. Thanks to the charm of the railway: trains, and rail stations are familiar, inseparable companions, of thoughts and new experiences. Since that day, every return saw bully a desire to resume what you just completed.

With the advent of new technologies book the train ticket and accommodation is not a problem anymore, it's much easier to organize a holiday. You lose a bit of old world charm but the way to travel, to be guests and meet people is always the same. Join a community of travellers can help to increase the wealth of experiences and friendships.

1 comment:

praveen pandit said...

Train is always cheapest and safe way of transport . Since Europe is big region to travel So One can explore it by train .
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