We had one mission – Amsterdam to Athens AKA 2,869kms.
We needed to do it “quickly” but also within the bounds of our Eurail pass, which meant land travel was already paid for, and a significant portion of our sea pass was paid for – to put this in context, at the time we were looking the cheapest flights from Amsterdam to Athens as just over €400 for the both of us – our trip cost us around €260. Continue reading “Three days in a not so leaky boat”
While in Copenhagen we decided to capitalise on its closeness with Sweden. Unfortunately, on this trip we didn’t have enough time to head further north into Sweden and Norway, so we decided with our Global Eurail Pass we could grab a train and travel the 25 odd minutes from Copenhagen Airport to Malmo in Sweden for a brief visit. Continue reading “Sweden, in an hour”
The joy of traveling around Europe by train is not only do you get a much needed day off when you are condensing as much in as we are, but you get a chance to write up your blog post while it is fresh in your mind. Denmark is a beautiful part of Europe, and one that I am anticipating we will see more than just this once. Continue reading “Køvenhavn, a Danish delight”