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1. Posted by zen41 (Budding Member 5 posts) 10y

Hi All,

I plan to had trip around 4 country in europe April 2007.
- Frankfurt
- Cologue
- Amsterdam
- Brussels
- Paris
- Berlin
- Frankfurt

My very big question how to travel within this location. Except Paris to Berlin i'll use flight (easyjet). Following are some question. Any expert please help.
1. Any train services within intercity for Frankfurt>Cologue and Berlin > Frankfurt. Any website?
2. I already check out euro select pass. which is 4 country within 2 months. And it cost me about 400 Euro. Is that a normaly prices?
3. Of course train is faster. But any bus services within city/country?

Again then for anyone help on this.


2. Posted by pranavc (Respected Member 316 posts) 10y

Hi Kelvin,
The prices you saw for the Euro select pass seem right. To get a sense of train schedules and travel time associated with train journeys within Europe, check out this website:

For cities that are not far from each other, I would recommend using
the Eurolines bus service. It connects many cities in Europe. The website is I used this for shorter trips such as Berlin-Prague.

I hope the information above helps.


3. Posted by daspler1 (Budding Member 25 posts) 10y

I think if you take the trains and use Eurail, you can customize where you want to go in a certain amount of time. This way you can pick your own destinations and your time limit. Best of luck.

4. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3289 posts) 10y

Just to give you an idea for train prices in Europe (all one-way):

Frankfurt to Cologne: 55 EUR regular price
Berlin to Frankfurt: 98 EUR regular price
Cologne to Amsterdam: between 40 and 50 EUR regular price

I can also recommend that you check out this site:

It will help you calculate whether your trip would be cheaper using point-to-point tickets.

5. Posted by zen41 (Budding Member 5 posts) 10y

Hi guys,

Thank for the info.

I'll checkout those site for more info before post any question again.