Transportation in Europe

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1. Posted by willie3333 (Full Member 14 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

I have a few questions about transportation in Europe, does anyone know anything about them:
-I need to go Breda, Netherlands to Antwerpn, Beligum. Do have a bus/tram? Or are there cheap train tickets to them?
-Rail Passes, if I'm taking train to Breda-Antwerpn-Brussels-Paris-Le Harve-London. Can I get a rail pass to cover all those cities?
-And roughly, how much does renting a bike per day cost in Holland, like keeping it overnight too. I need some for about 4 days, anyone know how much it would cost?

2. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1388 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

You should be looking for train tickets to get from Breda to Antwerp. It's a trainride of just over an hour (1.10), according to the website of the NS (dutch railways), this trip costs you 4,40 for a second class ticket.

I think that you can get a railpass to cover those cities, BUT ... I think that these are too close to eachother, to be worth buying a pass for. I think it will be much cheaper to get p2p-tickets. For the eurostar you need to make a reservation, and also show up on time for check-in. Check the site of Eurostar for details:

I just looked at one site for renting bikes in Amsterdam, and they charge 7,50 euro a day. (with a 100 euro deposit). If you like to rent a bike for more then one day, you need to pay upfront. (for a week it is 37.50) -

3. Posted by NantesFC (Respected Member 531 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

Don't bother with a railpass. Just as Herr Bert stated, those cities are relatively close to each other. I don't see why it'd cost much to travel in between them. Another alternative to using the Eurostar is to take a budget flight from Amsterdam to London. However, I consider taking the Channel Tunnel as an experience in itself ;)