Europe Transportation

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Europe Transportation

  • Metro

    Paris Transportation

    The Paris Metro (or subway) is a great way to get around Paris. There are sixteen lines and is quite easy to navigate. The Metro is a clean and fast form of transportation when visiting Paris. Metro Stations are also works of art with exterior and interior artistic décor and design. I have always felt safe using this mode of transportation but...

  • Bicycle - Cycling

    Amsterdam Transportation

    Riding bicycle is the #1 form of transportation in Amsterdam especially if you don't want to explore the city on foot. I would recommend that you rent a bicycle from one of the many locations throughout the city for the day or for the duration of your stay. Some of the places to rent are in the Central Station, Leidseplein and Dam Square for...

  • Metro - Subway

    Rome Transportation

    So if you've read my previous tip…. ... now you have your ticket or pass in your hot little hand and are ready to roll! See this handy diagram for metro and trains around the city and further afield: Metro: Find the station on the red A line or blue B...

  • Metro

    Barcelona Transportation

    The Metro System in Barcelona works well. It doesn't get you to every area you may want to see so there might be a bit of walking you will still have to do. We probably used the metro once or twice in a day. So, we did not buy a loaded metro pass. We just bought tickets as needed. A single ticket in 2015 cost 2.15€. Keep in mind the time frame it...

  • Bicycle

    Copenhagen Transportation

    Our hotel (the Saga) had rental bikes, and biking is a good way to get around Copenhagen. I don't know how much the ones at the hotel cost, but there is a place near the RR station and their prices are One day 95 DKK Add one day +45 DKK One week 365 DKK Add one day +30 DKK Lights, basket or helmet per day 10 DKK Also there are bike...

  • Vaporetto

    Venice Transportation

    there are many water taxis plying Venice and they are divided into the Private water taxis which are hired by tourists, big tour groups, couples, etc and the Public Water Taxis which are called Vaporetto (little steamer). The Public Water taxis provides Travel between several points in Venice itself and the surrounding Islands in the Lagoon such as...

  • Buses

    Lisbon Transportation

    What’s the best travel card for a tourist, in the triangle Lisbon – Cascais – Sintra? Well, maybe… none. I explain: In Cascais or Sintra and connecting them, the only public transport is bus, owned by Scotturb - Local service in Cascais is called BusCas, paid in the bus (1.00€). Local service in Sintra is called Sintraline, paid...

  • Metro

    Athens Transportation

    I was impressed with the efficiency of the Metro in Athens. It's too bad that the metro isn't extended longer in different directions. It was clean and easy to access, easy to understand where the exits and entrances were and which line you need to get on. Because we stayed at a hotel in Glyfada. We had to take a taxi to the nearest Metro station....

  • Bus,tram&Metro

    Vienna Transportation

    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 center Used by MeinFernbus, Student...

  • Tunnelbana (Underground)

    Stockholm Transportation

    Stockholm's underground railway is known as the T Bana,and runs over three lines.The trains are quick,clean and efficient,and not too overcrowded like some systems.The pricing works on a banding system,and can be a little difficult to work out.If you intend to make a few journeys it is better to purchase a multi journey ticket,which are also valid...

  • Public Transport In General

    Prague Transportation

    Travelling around Prague by public transport really couldn't be easier. If you are staying for four nights like I was, it's a good idea to purchase a 72 hour ticket for 310 CZK. I bought my ticket from the information desk at the main railway station (Hlavni nadrazi) on my first full day in the city. It is important to validate the ticket in one of...

  • Trains

    Florence Transportation

    The journey from Pisa to Florence by train is very short and quite comfortable.Trenitalia is a dependable service and the chair cars are very comfortable.You may book your tickets right before your journey at the railway station because there are several trains each day and you can select an hour convenient to you.

  • Tube (Underground, Subway, Metro).

    London Transportation

    The London Underground, or more simply, The Tube, is the world's oldest underground railway and the first rapid transit system. Moving 1.3 billion passengers per year on its 11 lines, this is the 11th busiest metro system in the world.

  • Metro

    Budapest Transportation

    Budapest's public transport system consists of one of the oldest undergrounds in the world, a clattering old tram system, and a plethora of rusty old buses. The stations of the underground that I saw were wonderful: sparkling clean, modern and well maintained. The stations of the old M1 line were evocative of a bygone era, and an attraction in...

  • To and From Dublin Airport

    Dublin Transportation

    Appalling service. Purchased a return ticket but could not use the return part as coaches were full .Waited an hour and every coach passed without stopping. Incredibly rude member of staff on desk at airport, very unhelpful. Had to pay out for a taxi and Aircoach refused to refund unused portion of ticket. Never told that buses could be full as...

  • Public Transportation

    Munich Transportation

    Munich has one of the best and easiest-to-use public transport systems in Europe. While you can buy single tickets and "stripe tickets" (see the MVV website), the best deal for most tourists is to purchase a day card. Many of the newer ticket machines allow you to chose a date (e.g., today) to be printed on your ticket, which means it doesn't need...

  • General Public Transport

    Berlin Transportation

    I thought the public transport system in Berlin was going to be complicated but its simple compared to London. I found the ticket machine at Schoenefeld Airport and after few goes managed to get the choice of ticket I required. Most visitors only require a ticket for zones A & B but if you want to visit some of the sights out of town such as...

  • Travel by Plane Train ,Boat or Car or ...

    Brugge Transportation

    In Bruges there are two places where you can leave your baggage - one in train station and the other one in the center at the big market. The lockers are located in Historium, Market 1 nearest bus stop opening from Monday to Sunday 10:00 to 18:00 Locker opening hour in station is from: Monday to Sunday 6:00 to 22:00 pm. If you enter in the...

  • Trains

    Brussels Transportation

    You can travel long-distances across the German 'Raum' with Sparschiene (cheap tickets) purchasable via OEBB/DB website. Belgium is sadly not connected, and you are encouraged to buy tickets via its high-speed but independent THALYS network. Tends to cost around 59 euros for the 1h30 journey to Koeln (two hours by car). Either way much quicker than...

  • Car & Bike Hire

    Crete Island Transportation

    I had lost my copy of the confirmation email from o kyrios Kafetzakis by the time I reached Iraklion so I had some difficulty finding them but by the time I got there Sonja Kafetzaki was out looking for me. The car was very nice and the service was even better. I have never driven a Citroen before but it was a very pleasant experience and certainly...

  • Ferries and boats

    Santorini Island Transportation

    Oh my, the first time I was shocked when I saw 3000 people from one cruise coming into Fira. The cruise ships are huge and can’t get into the small ports of Santorini so they usually hold position in the caldera near the Old Port (under Fira). Pic 1 shows a cruise while at the background you can see the Old Port on the bottom and Fira up on the...

  • Metro

    Milan Transportation

    I do love a good Metro and the one here in Milan has become one of my favourites. With only three lines this is a very easy Metro to navigate and the way the lines bend, loop and cross each other means that the whole city centre is comprehensively covered with nowhere being more than a couple of minutes walk from one of the stations. Trains are...

  • Ferry Helsinki

    Tallinn Transportation

    We were 5 people and we booked a day trip from Tallinn to Heslinki. They offer day trips on their website for 25 EUR a person. So a good price, WE THOUGHT! In the morning we went from Tallinn to Helsinki. All good. But in the evening we wanted to get back (as we booked a day trip and we needed to proceed our journey the next day) and there was NO...

  • By Metro

    Moscow Transportation

    I have accidentally run into this collection of professional photos with the most spectacular Moscow metro stations on display – from the oldest, like Kropotkinskaya and Sokol to the fairly new Aeroport. There is one ‘but’: Two of the stations mentioned in the article – ‘Sportiv

  • To/Around

    Salzburg Transportation

    Walking is the Best Thing To Do in this Charming Austrian City of Zalburg as the City is not large at all and the main sights in and around Salzburg are relatively near each other and if your hotel is along the Salzburg Train Terminal, Mirabell Gardens is just a 10 minute walk away and from there you can proceed along the schloss mirabell, to the...

  • Train

    Antwerp Transportation

    Note - Since VT have decided to promote our "Country" pages as a sort of city and town gazetteer then there's no point is writing this tip as part of a Belgium page. Therefore it'll appear in exactly the same form on all my Belgian locations which have a train station. The best way to travel around Belgium, in my opinion anyway, is by train. The...

  • Buses

    Warsaw Transportation

    The quickest and easiest way to the airport is the 175 bus. It leaves from outside Warszawa Centralna, but on the opposite side to the large bus terminal. Tickets are 4.40PLN right now (2016). It drops you right outside the airport.

  • Metro (subway)

    Madrid Transportation

    Not sure how much it is now. Last time i was there in 2009, it cost 1 EUR to get to anywhere. (within the zone) Just make sure to check the subway map because you just might get lost if you don't check it.

  • Train

    Krakow Transportation

    The Kraków Main Train Station or Kraków Glówny is a great building to see. It was built between 1844 and 1847 as the Kraków terminus of the Upper Silesia Railway. Still today some of the old grandeur still is visible. Real time Public Transportation info on the Krakow map.

  • Ferrys

    Ibiza Transportation

    Four Ferry companies operate to Ibiza from the Spanish mainland and Majorca (Barcelona, Denia, Valencia and Palma). They are.. Balearia - Umafisa - Trasmediterranea - Iscomar For timetables and operating days check the link below...

  • Soller Railway

    Palma de Mallorca Transportation

    Since 1912 this vintage train has covered the route from Palma to Soller.The journey takes around 1 hour and takes you through several tunnels through the Sierra de Tramuntana,one of which is 3 kms long.After this you will reach the station of Mirador Pujol de'n Banya where the train stops for about 5 minutes for a photo opportunity. Once you...

  • Metro

    Saint Petersburg Transportation

    When I was tired from walking or I need to travel far I was using city's metro. Saint Petersburg metro system (Russian: Петербу́ргский метрополитен) is very effective public transportation...

  • By train

    Porto Transportation

    Porto's São Bento station is across the street from its eponymous Metro station. It features regional and inter-regional service, including along the Douro Valley. For longer distance service, you will need to go to Campanhã Station, connected by regional trains or Metro (with a change at Trindade). Metro connections to the Airport are also...

  • 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...

  • Public Transport

    Hamburg Transportation

    To reach Blankenese, Hamburg’s most beautiful suburb on the Elbe bank, there are two options, depending how much time you have and how adventurous you feel. The quick&easy way: Take the S-Bahn S1 to “Blankenese” station. This takes you there from the city centre in about 15-20 minutes. The mini cruise way: Sadly there are no ferries that go...

  • Trains

    Geneva Transportation

    The Geneva Railway Station is a busy station in Switzerland standard. It is the transportation hub for the city that well connected with the airport, the city trams, the public buses and an important train transit station in the region. You could feel the international crowd here, many Asians, Africans, Americans, and etc. You could find the Migros...

  • Sea travel

    Split Transportation

    Adriatic Express company provides 24h speed taxi boat service from Split and Split airport to all dalmatian islands ( Brac, Hvar, Solta, Vis, Korcula ) and other places where passengers can be unloaded (private docks, yachts, villas, hotels, etc.) Service is available from April to November. Departures and arrivals at Split Airport are at a dock...

  • 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...

  • By Car

    Majorca Island Transportation

    I used Goldcar Rental for my 11 days in Majorca.Upon arrival at Palma airport i headed for their office inside the terminal.Once there i found that i was first in the queue,which is always a good start. As i had pre booked the car before leaving home it was not long before i had a set of keys in my hand.Be aware though that the girl behind the desk...

  • Train

    Bologna Transportation

    Italian trains are safe, comfortable and efficient enough with an extensive network. Getting to or from Bologna by train is very easy. Bologna Centrale station has been fairly recently extended to cope with the super-fast Freccia trains. I caught the fast Frecciarossa from Milan Centrale, travelling at 296km/h at times and making the journey in...

  • Boats & Ferries

    Helsinki Transportation

    Loads of people visit Helsinki for a day by boat from Tallinn (and vice versa) but there are many companies to choose from. Since I was flying home the next day, I had some qualms about choosing the Linda Line option since there seem to be frequent reports of the services being cancelled. For that reason I ended up choosing Tallink, which was just...


    Granada Transportation

    I do like the way one can pay the driver on ordinary Spanish makes life so much easier than having to find a newsagent/whatever where one can buy tickets!'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...

  • Jadrolinija Ferry Boat or Katamaran

    Hvar Transportation

    When you're going to Hvar from Split, there are many different options when it comes to the ferries. One way is to take the boat over to Stari Grad, then comes the two options can either take a ferry over wherever can not bring a car, it takes about an hour and a half over, or you can take the ferry over the one can take the cars it uses about 2...

  • 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...

  • Train

    Bergen Transportation

    The railway station in Bergen is protected by regulations , this beautiful building was made by an architect called Jens Zetlitz Monrad Kielland, it’s very difficult to end up somewhere else than your original destination, as there are only two trains to choose from. The railway stations also has storage locker. The prize is 50NK for 24 hours. So...


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