Europe Transportation

  • Leaving Evia.
    Leaving Evia.
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    Bus shuttles from Limassol to the...
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    Bus fee in Cyprus
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Europe Transportation

  • Metro

    Paris Transportation

    After we walked around a bit at Gare du Nord we worked out the metro. Finding the metro stations on the other hand is not so easy. They are not very well lit and there are basically no signs pointing to the stations. A few steps suddenly going down the sidewalk is about the only indication you get.

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  • Train to & from Schiphol Airport

    Amsterdam Transportation

    I was in Amsterdam yesterday for a few hours and took the train into the city from the airport. I hadn’t done that for many years, but since the Dutch railway recently won the competition to take over the Scotrail franchise, it was of more interest. It was all very easy - mostly. The station concourse at the airport has many electronic ticket...

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  • Oyster Cards / Travelcards

    London Transportation

    If you come to London often or visit the city for some days, consider getting the electronic Visitor Oyster card; this is a travel smartcard and the cheapest way to pay for single journeys on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London: The card costs £3 (non-refundable) and is pre-loaded with money for you to...

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  • Metro-Bus-Tram

    Rome Transportation

    Rome has two underground lines. Both lines (blue and red line) crosses each other at Termini (see Termini train station) tube station. The blue line runs from Rebibbia to Laurentina and includes stops near EUR, St. Paul Outside the Walls, Piramide, Colosseum and so on. The red line runs from Battistini to Anagnina. It includes stops near the...

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  • Metro

    Barcelona Transportation

    I purchased a t10 ticket which cost 9.95Euros. This entitled me to 10 individual trips, including from the airport to central Barcelona. Just a word of warning though when I tried to use the ticket after about 2 days of storing it in my pocket we had trouble getting the machine to recognise the ticket. Fortunately a ticket guard was nearby and he...

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  • Vaporetto

    Venice Transportation

    Main transportation system around Venice is the Vaporetto. You can take a Vaporetto from the Carpark Tronchetto to San Marco and back it will cost you € 14,00 per person, but this is the easiest way to travel to San Marco from Tronchetto. Other possibility is, if you want to spent the money on it because it is rather expensive, the Gondola. Prices...

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  • Airport - Transportation to Copenhagen...

    Copenhagen Transportation

    Whether you take the train or Metro from the airport is likely to depend on where your accommodation is based. My hotel was just a couple of minutes' walk from Copenhagen's main station so the train was the obvious choice. Trains are very frequent indeed and ticket machines very easy to use, with English language options. They take cards and cash...

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  • Bus,tram&Metro

    Vienna Transportation

    VIB - Vienna International Busterminal 1030 Wien, Erdbergstraße 200 A Telefon: +43 1 798 29 00 Used by Eurolines, Blaguss, Flixbus, Volanbusz and others for Klagenfurt, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Prag, Bratislava/Airport, Budapest, Zagreb, Triest... Get there with U3 station Erdberg Stadion Center Engerthstraße next to Stadion Center shopping...

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  • To and From Dublin Airport

    Dublin Transportation

    I am really impressed by these folks. They have a ticket counter right in front of the airport and are really friendly. You can buy online before, at this ticket counter or from the driver at any stop. I bought it from the counter when I arrived and had some time before my bus was due to leave. The gentleman at the counter offered to hold my bags...

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  • Public Transportation

    Stockholm Transportation

    Stockholm has an excellent public transport system, including the subway (T-Bana), buses, trams, and even boats. UPDATED Fares as of June 2014: SL has a complicated fare system involving "units" or "coupons." Travel within 1 zone (see a T-Bana Zone map to view the zones) requires the use of 2 "units," while travel among 2 and 3 zones costs 3 and...

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  • Metro

    Lisbon Transportation

    The Estação Cais do Sodré (Cais Do Sodré station) is at the crosspoint of the following transportation means: -Train to Cascais -Metro (Green line) -Tram #15, #18 -Buses 35, 26, 40, 44, 91, 758, 781 and 782. -Ferries across the river departing from t

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  • Métros/Trams/Bus

    Brussels Transportation

    As from April 4th 2009 the Brussels Metro has been extended and now has four underground lines plus two tram lines which pretty much cover the whole city. Line 1 (magenta) runs across the city between Gare de l'Ouest to Stocke, Line 2 (orange) loops between Simonis Leopold II and Simonis Elisabeth, Line 5 (yellow) goes through the city from Erasme...

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  • Buses

    Florence Transportation

    Florence is a great walking city, but sometimes you need a little help. You can catch the orange ATAF buses for trips around the city that are just too long to walk (or if the weather is really atrocious!). They are easy to use – simply purchase your ticket from one of the newspaper vendors around town (you can purchase tickets on board but they...

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  • Canal Boat Tours.

    Brugge Transportation

    One of the nicest ways to see Bruges is by taking a trip on the canal, there are five families that are allowed to organise tourist excursions by open boats on the canals. Each family is allowed 4 boats, so prices are regulated. These guided canal trips let you see the hidden corners of the city at water level. The rides last about 40 minutes and...

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  • Metro

    Athens Transportation

    If you arrive to Athens by plane, going to center of city only available by "blue line" metro or airport bus. I generally transported by metro. Firstly, you need to pay 4€ for metro from airport to city but other metro lines just 1.20€ for adults and 0.60€ for students. Surely you need to show your student ID card. When you buy this ticket, thats...

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  • Airport - Connections and Airlines

    Munich Transportation

    Munich's Franz Josef Strauss Airport (Airport Code: MUC) is located about 35 km (20 miles) to the north of Munich. In addition to being a hub airport for Lufthansa, the airport is used by many international carriers and budget airlines. Air Canada flies directly to Munich, as do the US carriers United, Delta, and US Airways. If you're staying in...

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  • Barajas airport

    Madrid Transportation

    very nice terminal 4 and 4S, all link up by tramway train very fast and convenient. They have an outside bus too connecting all terminals, the T4 is huge spacious,and plenty to eat and shop. The connections screens are well posted and notices are given quickly. I have now taken these terminals several times and each time its a pleasure. This is...

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  • Subway/Metro

    Milan Transportation

    An all day ticket valid on metro and busses costs €2.58, good value if you need to travel around. Buy them from kiosks around the city or there are some ticket machines in some stations. Or in 2013 1.5 Eur for a single trip, valid 90 mins.

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  • By Metro

    Moscow Transportation

    Moscow metro system is very effective public transportation system. It is not just way you easy navigate trough huge city then and experience itself. It was high on my things-to-do list quite some time. I find out that not all metro stations here looks like art gallery. It is recommended to follow description on your map of metro. I find out...

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  • Bus, tram, metro

    Antwerp Transportation

    The city has trams and buses for getting around town. You can buy a pack of 10 tickets for 7 euro and are good for a set period of time. On weekends the trams run an hour later at night and tie into the night buses which a couple run until 3:30. I thought it was interesting that while some trams run along major streets where there is plenty of...

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  • Trains

    Warsaw Transportation

    We took the train frm Krakow to Warsaw as all the locals told us not to take the bus. We decided to travel first class as second class is over full almost and when you have a bit of luggage, it is a great problem. It was worth the extra zloty that we paid. Much more comfortable and spacious and also not so full.

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  • Ferry Helsinki

    Tallinn Transportation

    There are many ferries from Helsinki to Tallin served by several companies. From our hotel, the closest one was Linda Line at Makasiiniterminaali. We went to the terminal and bought the tickets a couple of days before the trip. Return ticket cost 29 euros. It takes about 90 minutes and the journey was very nice. Desde Helsinki hay varias compañias...

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  • By bus

    Krakow Transportation

    The Krakow bus station (Dworzec autobusowy) is located adjacent to the Krakow main railway station. It offers cheap and convenient buses to places like Zakopane which run very frequently (several departures each hour). Tickets can be bought at the station prior to departure.

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  • Buses

    Santorini Island Transportation

    First things – first. The Bus Station does not look like a Bus Station. It is just a big parking area for the busses in Fira. It is just South of the main Square and on a one-way side street. Schedules are in English and posted to the right-hand side near where the benches are to sit on. Most routes are served every hour or half-hour from 7am to...

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  • To/Around

    Salzburg Transportation

    This would be the english website of the public transport of the region Salzburg: www.svv-info.at/en/home There is as well a section where it says "cross-border travel" and this gives you the result, that You CAN indeed buy a pass which is also valid for Upper Austria: www.svv-info.at/en/tickets-and-fares/cross-border-travel/ I would simply write...

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  • Car & Bike Hire

    Crete Island Transportation

    First time in Crete and i must say that it was fantastic! We booked the car via email just a few days ago. I was the first driver of a great brand new city car. As the staff member informed me they renewed their fleet every two years! We picked it up from their parking station which is just a few steps from the arrival station. They were very...

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  • Metro/Buses

    Manchester Transportation

    Manchester's Metrolink is probably the easiest way to get around the various locations in Manchester although it is not always that reliable and is quite expensive. In the Winter the tram service can be a little scetchy especially if there has been a lot of snow and ice. When it was first opened the Metrolink didn't cover very much area but it has...

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  • San Pablo Airport

    Sevilla Transportation

    The Seville EA bus between Plaza de Armas, in the city centre, and the airport, stops at many tourist points, including the Santa Justa rail and AVE station. It takes about 35 minutes. The service runs 365 days a year One-way ticket: €.4. Return ticket: €6. Valid on the day of purchase. Journey with rechargeable pass: €4. Monthly pass: €41. buy...

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  • Public Transport

    Hamburg Transportation

    The public transport company for Hamburg if HVV. For singular train usage, you must purchase your ticket before boarding at the orange vending machines you will find just before entering the train ramps. For buses, as of 2012 you must purchase your ticket on entering the front of the bus from your bus driver (no more Trust System fare purchases...

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  • Geneva Airport Train Station

    Geneva Transportation

    On arrival at Geneva airport, the simplest way to get to the city centre is use the train. It seems that every train from the airprot, travels for 6 minutes and then arrives at Geneva Railway station. There are automnated ticket machines, and a one way ticket is reasonably cheap, and at the time of writing it was around 3 ChF.

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  • City Public Transport

    Helsinki Transportation

    The public transportation of Helsinki is simply perfect. We used the tram to move around Helsinki. There is a metro too but we did not use, is only one line and few stop. The tram is the main means of public transport in the inner city. We bought a 6 days pass that cost 24 euros that is valid for tram, metro and ferry to Suomenlina. We bought our...

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  • BUSES

    Granada Transportation

    I do like the way one can pay the driver on ordinary Spanish buses...it makes life so much easier than having to find a newsagent/whatever where one can buy tickets! So....you've arrived at Granada bus station and you don't want to take a taxi onwards (there are plenty of taxis waiting outside the bus station entrance)? OK, that's easy...

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  • Metro

    Saint Petersburg Transportation

    The St Petersburg Metro system is affordable, convenient and efficient. The cost of the tokens is 28 Roubles and that allows you to travel any distance on the metro system, and change lines as many times as you like, providing that you do not exit. If you exit, and want to re-enter, then you will need to purchase another 28 Rouble token. If you...

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  • Trains

    Innsbruck Transportation

    I arrived in Innsbruck on a EuroCity train from Verona, and left twenty-four hours later on the same train bound for Munich. The journey took three and a half hours from Verona to Innsbruck, over the Brenner Pass, and not quite two hours from Innsbruck to Munich, going down the Inn Valley most of the way. These are not the most modern trains in...

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  • Train

    Verona Transportation

    To get to Verona I took the EuroCity train from Munich via Innsbruck. This is a convenient connection, several times daily, with good mountain views along the way. Second photo: The dining car is fine for having a cup of coffee and using one of the big tables to write on, but I can't honestly recommend having a meal here. Third photo: The main...

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  • By Bus

    Cardiff Transportation

    The public transportation of Cardiff consists of local buses, which are operated on an exact fare system. Cardiff is subdivided in 4 tariff zones. The single fare is calculated on how many zones you cross on your trip. There are several tickets available from single, return, transfare to different day tickets. A good deal seems to be the "City...

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  • Metro (Subway)

    Bucharest Transportation

    Bucharest has one of the best metro systems in Europe with a simple fare system, clean stations and even cleaner cars. It is surely my preferred way of getting around in Bucharest. Every trip has the same fare, no need to pay again if you change lines. There are no single tickets, just two-trip – passes, 10 trip – passes and passes which allow...

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  • By train

    Porto Transportation

    Portugal have good railway network that connect almost every bigger city in the country, mainly spreading from the north to south, with few spread outs into the cities. It is interesting that every bigger city has extended urban train station for local “urbano” trains and main train station for fast intercity and Alfa pendular trains. Main line is...

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  • trains

    Sofia Transportation

    We bought the ticket to Nis at the Rila office in the railway station. When you enter the main hall there is a passage to your left and at the end of the passage you will find the Rila office. Even though the ticket was cheap there was still something fishy about it. The lady asked us the departure time and then kept saying some number which we...

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  • Underground

    Glasgow Transportation

    The Glasgow Subway. One of the oldest in the world. All the trains became orange after a re-furb in the 1970s. That's when it became the Clockwork Orange. The trains are smaller than the typical modern metro, so that adds to the effect. It's just 1 line - a circle. For visitors, it's useful for getting to several attractions. The College of Art...

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  • The train

    Pompeii Transportation

    On the Circumvesuviana Napoli-Sorrento line it takes 30 to 40 minutes to get to Pompeii from either Naples or Sorrento. Get off at "Pompei Scavi". At the station, you can leave your bags for €1,50 (collect by 7:00PM in summer, 6:00PM October to February), or leave them for free at the ruins (pick up by 7:20PM) Train station in Pompeii is a short...

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  • Public Transport

    Düsseldorf Transportation

    Düsseldorf's transport system is a vast and somewhat confusing system of trams, busses and underground trains (more like trams that spend some time underground). There is also a similarly bewildering array of tickets to choose from, from simple single tickets at €1.10 to monthly tickets to the "Ticket 2000 9.00 am by subscription" (whatever that...

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  • Buses and Taxis

    Ibiza Transportation

    Travelling by bus around Ibiza was very simple and the drivers very polite and helpfull the only time we felt we were getting ripped off was at the bus station in Ibiza town after a very hot day and running for the bus we run into the bus station to get a bottle of water the girl behind the counter charged us 1.50 for a very small bottle of water...

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  • by TRAIN

    Ljubljana Transportation

    Ljubljana's train station is easy to reach from anywhere in the town centre, and has direct trains to destinations all over Slovenia, and neighbouring countries, including Salzburg, Graz, Belgrade, Budapest, Zagreb and Trieste. There's even a direct 3 hour train to Venice, which I found to be full of quiet, polite young Croatian men heading for...

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  • Train

    Birmingham Transportation

    Getting around/to/from the city/airport by train was easy. Trains to/from the airport take between 9 minutes and 15. Even on a Sunday they are frequent - maybe 10-15 minutes apart. I also travelled to/from Sheffield on Cross Country Trains. The one to Sheffield on a Sunday morning was slow, but on time and comfortable. The train back the next day...

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