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1. Posted by katejing (Budding Member 8 posts) 5y

Going to spend my school break, I will travel to some places and now look for some suggestions for my plan below:

21/Sept reach Dusseldorf, spend in Cologne and Amsterdam till 27/Sept

28/Sept take flight to Prague. It is a morning plane so will reach at 12.45pm.
Staying till 1/Oct then will take a train ride to Budapest. It again will be a morning train (5plus am)so will arrive in Budapest by 12.35pm. Will it be safe staying in Prague train station to wait for the train?

3/Oct take flight to Paris Orly (15:10-17:25). in Paris, we just have a walkaround, esp Eiffel tower and also Disneyland one day. Where cheaper and nearer to live is kindly advised. So, we will stay till 5Oct.

After that, we either return to Munich or Dusseldorf. I have saw comments on taking city night line. Check it and only 43Euro from Paris est station to Munchen station.
I'm going to meet with my friends while my friend is flying back to Malaysia from Dusseldorf there.

How about the itinerary? Hopefully would not rush the trip.

2. Posted by morro (Full Member 102 posts) 5y

I think it will be safe staying in Prague station but it would be very uncomfortable. You won't get a good sleep but there should be plenty of time to sleep on the train.

3. Posted by hotguy_here (Budding Member 6 posts) 5y

I dont think Praha station is a safe place to spend the night. The garden outside the station is full of all kind of people esp the other kind. I would suggest instead you go the city centre and spend the time in some club. Praha is a nice place to spend the night, so why waste it sitting at the station. Plus the hostels there are pretty cheap too. You can find hostels in 2-3-4 euros per nite.

Hope it helps.

4. Posted by katejing (Budding Member 8 posts) 5y

I just worry about the check-out time. Can it be so early to check-out?

Can recommend some cheap hostels, that nice location and price?

5. Posted by trentb (Budding Member 14 posts) 5y

Most hostels will have someone on reception all the time. If not there should be a key/card drop off for you. Let them know you are checking out early!

6. Posted by morro (Full Member 102 posts) 5y

Make sure you choose a hostel with 24 hour reception.

7. Posted by katejing (Budding Member 8 posts) 5y

Thanks thanks.

Going to Munich on 5th October, will I miss the Oktoberfest? I tot it lasts whole October but just pay a look on its website, writing the date till 4th October only. =(

8. Posted by hotguy_here (Budding Member 6 posts) 5y

Checking out is not an issue at all as no doors are locked from inside. Getting-in is pain, not getting out of the hostel. So u need not worry. There are many cheap hostels there, just check hostelworld.

Have fun.