Europe Transportation

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Europe Transportation

  • Metro

    Paris Transportation

    The metro (subway/underground) in Paris is one of the best in the world. The maps are easy to understand. The busses and RER trains are also frequent and handy as well. There are visitor passes by zones as well as a carnet of 10 tickets at a time. The transport website is very good, has interactive maps and information on prices and options as well...

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  • Trams

    Amsterdam Transportation

    There are a lot of ways to get around Amsterdam, on ground and on water. We mainly used the trams for our public transportation needs. If you have the i Amsterdam card, transportation is included but as we didn't use that, we bought Strippenkaarts (Strip cards). For a few days, it's definitely worth buying the one with either 15 or 45 strips. Two...

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  • Taxis

    Rome Transportation

    like in any major city, Rome has an army of taxis plying around the city of which you can hire and take you to your various destinations. The taxis are white in color, with a sign on the roof and the driver's license information on the door and the taxis are either large vans or small mini cars which can sit at least 4 passengers. Taxi rates...

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  • 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...

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  • Vaporetto - Water Bus

    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...

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  • Airport - Transportation to Copenhagen...

    Copenhagen Transportation

    The metro runs 24 hours a day 24/7. Situated in Terminal 3 and clearly signposted, it's the simplest and definitely the quickest way to get into the city. It costs 36dk and tickets are for sale in the airport or at the machines on the platform. Copenhagen Metro is a joy to use and it's one of my favourite things about the city. The stations are...

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  • Metro

    Athens Transportation

    Athens underground system is fast, clean, efficient and relatively easy to navigate. Because of the ongoing economic crisis it is currently undergoing regular shutdowns due to strikes, but the website gives you advanced warnings of these so that you can plan around them. It's one of the oldest subways in the world, but it wasn't until the 21st...

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  • Metro

    Lisbon Transportation

    The metro station Estacao de Oriente, has been built in 1998 and it was the main terminus of the world exposition held in the city in the same year. The modern station was designed by the Spanish archistar Calatrava. He created a futuristic looking terminus in steel and glass with four different levels. The most impressive level isthe uppermost...

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  • Bus,tram&Metro

    Vienna Transportation

    Busterminal VIB, Erdbergstraße 200 A Telefon: +43 1 798 29 00 Used by Eurolines, Blaguss, Flixbus, Westbus, Volanbusz, LeoExpressand others for Klagenfurt, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Prag, Bratislava/Airport, Budapest, Zagreb, Triest, L'viv ... Get there with U3 station Erdberg Busterminal Wien Stadion Center, Engerth str./Meierei...

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  • To and From Dublin Airport

    Dublin Transportation

    There are several options, probably the cheapest is by Aircoach to O'Connell Street or Grafton Street, € 7 when buying at the counter at the bus departure (or online € 6); there are ale buses to Cork € 20 and Belfast € 16.

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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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  • 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...

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  • 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.

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  • 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...

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  • Buses

    Florence Transportation

    Take the SITA bus (the bus station is located across the street from Santa Maria Novella train station). 1.20 hours to Piazza Garibaldi which is a easy walk to any of the city's attractions (if you take the train you will have a much longer walk to the center of Siena).

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  • Parking the car and walking

    Brugge Transportation

    Brugge is not a city to visit with car, overall is payable. Street parkings are not very much and is mostly available for residents only, so you're likely have to drive down to underground parking. Not everyone like to come by cars because of its expensive parkings. Brugge is compact and walkable, but if you happen to come by car the cheapest...

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  • Buses

    Crete Island Transportation

    Airport to Kokkini hani,Gouves,Analipsi,Anissaras,Chersonissos,Stalida,Malia, until Agios Nikolaos,Ierapetra and Sitia.This is a route of a bus from the station.The bus always pass in the airport in a certain time,so its easy if you like to take it to reach to your hotel.From the arrival area walk directly to the gate on your right,you will see a...

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  • Public Transportation

    Munich Transportation

    S-Bahn 2 goes to Dachau. In case you want to go to the KZ Gedenkstaette, i think its bus 726 from S-Bahnstation Dachau. Map of public transport in and around Munich: http://www.mvv-muenchen.de/fileadmin/media/Dateien/plaene/pdf/VLP_Land_2014.PDF

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  • 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...

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  • Buses

    Santorini Island Transportation

    Santorini has a good bus system. You can go to several villages there by bus. There is no need to rent a car or a bike in my opinion to explore this island. I think buses run until 10 in the evening.

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  • Métros/Trams/Bus

    Brussels Transportation

    The Brussels Metro is a good option for longer trips but has limited stops in the old city. for travel around the old city you are better off just walking however the metro is very useful for getting to the Heisel area.

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • Bus to Montenegro

    Dubrovnik Transportation

    Blueline has every day a bus from Dubrovnik leaving at 15.30 to Kotor arriving 18.00, from Kotor leaving at 8.30 arring in Dubrovnik at 10.00. Upate: at least in summer there are now buses from Dubbrovnik to Montenegro at 7.00, 8.15, 10.00, 11.00, 15.30, 19.00 and 20.30.

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  • 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...

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  • 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

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  • Tickets

    Warsaw Transportation

    Normal fare on public transport in Warsaw, no matter if you travel by bus, tram or the underground is, after the recent price rises, 4.40 PLN. For that price, you can travel on one or more means of transport but only for 75 minutes from the moment of validating the ticket. After that, you must validate another ticket. If you get the ticket directly...

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  • Bus, tram, metro

    Antwerp Transportation

    My weekend in Antwerp with the VT group meant that there would be a fair bit of walking around the city centre but not much in the way of having to use public transport apart from the connection between where I was staying near Central Station and the city centre. This is such a popular connection that the trams have now been put underground....

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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 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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  • Barajas airport

    Madrid Transportation

    Among the busiest of Europe's airports, Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) is ten miles (16 kilometers) east of Madrid. It offers flights to most European cities, North America, South America, Africa, and Asia. Airlines serving Madrid Barajas International Airport: Aeroflot-Russian Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Aerosur, Air...

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  • 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...

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  • Local Buses

    Palma de Mallorca Transportation

    Whilst I was planning our trip I looked up different modes of transfer options, the taxis are really expensive as are the hopper buses. The Palma number 1 airport bus was 2.50euro per person and was an excellent and reliable service every 15 minutes. On arrival you walk out of arrivals the bus stop is well signposted and easy to get to. Save a bit...

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  • 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...

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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

    Majorca Island Transportation

    The bus service from the tourist resorts to Palma is good. The buses stop at Placa de Espana. Here you can find various bus stops where you can take a bus to several seaside villages. Moreover at Placa de Espana there is a modern underground station. This is the bus, train and tube station. Here you can take your bus or a train to various villages...

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  • Local Buses

    Split Transportation

    Took us forever to figure this out: you can board the bus and and pay something like 11 kuna within 1 zone, 13 kuna 2 zones, and so on. Just say to the driver where you are going. However you can puchrase Karnet, round-trip tickets, downtown and save a lot of money (over multiple trips). A round trip zone 2, paid on the bus, would be 13 kuna...

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  • By Bus to Airport

    Nice Transportation

    Bus 23 goes from Fallon des Fleurs, Gare SNCF, Boulevard Gambetta and Rue Dante to the Airport terminal T 1, € 1,50. Bus 98 goes from Riquier, Avenue Felix Faure and Rue Alberti (station Bermond), stops also at the Promenade des Anglaise and Boulevard Gambetta to the Airport terminal T 1 and 2, € 6 including transfer with other Lignes d'Azur...

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  • Public Transport

    Innsbruck Transportation

    The Sightseer is a small, red tourist bus that stops near the main sights in Innsbruck. Once you bought your ticket you can hop on and off this bus as many times as you like. On the sightseer there is a pair of headphones per persons to listen to some information in various languages about the places you see passing by. Tickets are sold on the...

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  • Edinburgh Waverley Station

    Edinburgh Transportation

    I love taking my time while traveling so I love taking the train. Being able to take in the beautiful countryside instead of having to stay alert and driving or flying where all I get to see is the clouds. The Waverley station is in the heart of Edinburgh. You really can't miss it. You can buy your drinks and snacks and take them with you on...

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  • City Public Transport

    Helsinki Transportation

    I used the trams once during my long weekend in the city. The no 3 service runs past the street where my apartment is located (Merimiehenkatu) so it was an easy option when getting from there to the airport. Tram to the railway station and then the Finnair airport bus from the bus station. Tickets are €2.50 if bought in advance, or €3 on board....

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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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  • 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...

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  • Geneva Airport Train Station

    Geneva Transportation

    When you arrive Geneva Airport, you can just follow the signboard heading to the Train station on the G level of the building. Once you arrive at the G level, you will be in a hall with ticket machines, shops, and the railway ticket office (SBB CFF FFS). If you are a foreign tourist like me, you can just take a number at the railway ticket office...

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  • 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...

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