So what exactly are the most romantic things about taking the train in Europe? Let us count the ways…
Look, we know you’re going to try to find some Eurail Pass hacks anyway, so at least this way we can make sure you’re doing it right. Happy hacking!
We looked at the NY Times 52 Places for 2016 list and figured out how to reach every European place on that list by train. Except Malta – you need a boat for that.
The Rail Europe Gift Card is a nifty little product and we’ve come up with a few equally nifty and creative ways to use it. Read on!
The Cat Museum. A town coming out the side of a mountain. The world’s longest art museum…in a subway system. All this & more in our 20 European Gems Roundup!
Think you know the drill with hostels? Think again. These luxury European hostels will make you question everything you thought you knew about hostelling.
You’ve arrived at your train station in Europe – now what? Here’s our advice for backpackers looking for easy & comfortable European hostels.
Haunted forests, mystical mummies, bone churches — here’s our list of 10 creepy places you could only find in Europe. How many have you seen?
Learn more about some of our favorite haunted castles in Europe. From England to Romania, here’s our list of some of the most sought-after haunted castles for ghostly encounters. Enjoy!
Travel from Prague to Krakow by night train is easy. Traveling as you sleep lets you wake up refreshed & ready to explore. Learn how to travel between these metropolitan European cities.
Travel from Berlin to Prague is quick & efficient by train. Explore Berlin’s youthful atmosphere, then take in the culture and history of Prague.
Visit the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle, travel by train from Munich to Fussen. Also learn about the easy international rail connections from Munich, such as Prague and Vienna.
French teacher, travel lover and train enthusiast, Ben Ratliff writes about his “life changing” journey across Europe. In this blog post, he shares his travel adventure in Prague, Czech Republic using the Eastern European Pass.
The Czech children receive their holiday gifts on the eve of St. Nicholas day, December 5th, you’ll see a charming tradition.