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few things to clear up for the itin

Travel Forums Europe few things to clear up for the itin

1. Posted by rbrettg (Budding Member 37 posts) 7y

okay yeah so im not sure about my itin its not finalised. initially i was heading to brussels but now i hear brudges is better so i may go there.. heres my itin right now. i switched munich out for budapest, i heard good things from budapest. Was it a good switch? should i switch it back, i don't realy know cause it is my first time. Also, i don't know if i should add marseille as a city on my list or what? what do you guys think?

frankfurt (starting destination)
brussels or brudges
amsterdam
berlin
prague
vienna
budapest -> geneva (plane)
nice/monaco/cannes
lyon
paris
london

any help is greatly appriciated.

2. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7274 posts) 7y

Brussels and Brugges are only about 2 hours apart by train. You can see Brugges in a day. I'd say do both.

3. Posted by t_maia (Moderator 3291 posts) 7y

Quoting rbrettg

frankfurt (starting destination)
brussels or brudges
amsterdam
berlin

Fyling into London, I would do it London-Amsterdam-Brugge-Brussels-Cologne-Berlin-Prague by train, provided I was on a railpass or had gotten a special offer for the train tickets.

Flying, I would do it London-Berlin-Amsterdam, then to Brussels and Brugge by train or bus, then flying Brussels-Vienna (=70 CAN for Brussels-Vienna in May with SkyEurope).

And yes, I would search the flights through skyscanner.net! Actually, I would even fix my initiary around the flights I could find cheap through this site.

BTW, have you looked at the option of flying with Zoom into Glasgow? Glasgow has cheap connecting flights to Europe too.

[ Edit: Edited on Feb 11, 2007, at 1:16 PM by t_maia ]

4. Posted by nicojammes (Budding Member 26 posts) 7y

Budapest is a great city, great atmosphere and the people are really nice, and its history is huge!!!
I'm not so sure about going to Marseille, or if you do, a day is enough to visit all there is to see: one or 2 museums, the old port, the cathedral on top of the hill, and from the old port take a boat that goes to the "calanques", beautiful place next to marseille, it's really worth it!!!!!