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HELP! Trains In Eastern Europe

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1. Posted by Qokoon (Budding Member 27 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hi eveyone, I am pretty sure this has been discused before, but I am a new member. I am planing on going East next month and I wanted to know information about the train prices and the best time to travel in them whether during the day or night. I am on a tight budget so I am trying to find the cheapest way to move around there. The places i am visiting are. Krakow-Poland, Prague-Check Republic, Vienna-Austria, and Budapest-Hungary. In that order. Please let me know any information, any suggestions and cautions, any input is welcome. Thank you!

2. Posted by monkeycat (Full Member 109 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

I askes about this as well, more or less. my thread was called

Zone D interrail pass, Eastern Europe. Is it worth buying?

From what i can gather, a nine hour journey from Krakow to Budapest is gonna cost around €35, so it's pretty damn cheap. Not sure exactly how to get prices though. If i find out i will let you know.

tom

3. Posted by pranavc (Respected Member 316 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hi,
If you are under 25, mention it when you are travelling. You do get a youth discount if you are under 25. I believe the overnight train from Prague to Budapest is a little over $20 (one-way). That's what it cost me to do the trip a few years ago. As far as schedules, check out this website:

www.bahn.de

The website is in German but click on the "English" or "international" link to get all the information in English. Hope this helps.

Take care,

Pranav