Interrailing in the UK: 48 hours in York

Arguably one of the most beautiful cities in the UK, York is a walled city that’s home to an incredible 13th-century Gothic cathedral, a fascinating chocolate history and countless other extraordinary attractions. With over 2000 years worth of history, this mesmerising city has plenty of sights to keep you busy throughout your 48 hours there….

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Interrailing in Belgium: 48 hours in Brussels

So you’ve got 48 hours to spend in Brussels. A historic hub and the capital of Belgium, there won’t be a moment where you’re bored. Known for its fabulous cuisine and architectural landmarks, Brussels is the ultimate European destination. Want to delve into delicious waffles? Or perhaps you want to admire an artistic masterpiece at…

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Top places to eat and drink in Edinburgh 

If you’ve never been to Edinburgh then you’re in for a real treat. A magical city in Scotland’s central belt, it’s known for its medieval old town, historical buildings, bustling city centre and the majestic Edinburgh Castle. The moment you arrive at Edinburgh Waverly station you’ll be greeted with beautiful architecture, and can start your…

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The ultimate guide to Bruges

Looking for a historic and beautiful European getaway? Then Bruges might be just the destination for you. Situated in northwest Belgium, this picturesque gem is a popular place to visit for tourists and inter railers throughout the seasons. Similar to Amsterdam, Bruges is set on canals, with quaint cobbled streets, and features a bustling market…

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An interrailer’s guide to Florence: what to do in Florence when you’re interrailing

The capital of Italy’s Tuscany region, Florence encapsulates everything that tourists and residents love about Italy. From its Renaissance architecture to its breathtaking sunsets and cities that are oozing Italian culture, this beautiful city should be top on your list when interrailing around Italy. But it’s a big city; so where do you start? Well,…

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An interrailer’s guide to Munich: what to do in Munich when you’re interrailing

The capital of Bavaria, Munich is popular for its historic buildings, numerous museums, traditional beer, and warming food. From the bustling Altstadt to its central Marienplatz Square, there’s something for everyone in this extraordinary German city.  So if you’re planning on interrailing around Munich, you’re in for a treat. But what are the top attractions…

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Lucerne: the most affordable places to eat

Lucerne is an extraordinary city that’s known for its medieval architecture, snow-capped mountains and the beautiful Lake Lucerne. Whilst in the city, there are four-must sees for any tourist – the Lion Monument, the romantic Chapel Bridge, the old town and Mount Pilatus.  However, even though it has breath-taking scenery and architecture, it’s also known…

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City Spotlight: Amsterdam

An Interrail classic. The Dutch capital is more than just coffee shops. It’s a very cultural city and you won’t be short of things to do, but some of the major attractions like The Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum or the Heineken factory can get very busy so it’s worth booking ahead online to…

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City Spotlight: Prague

Prague is one of the most popular places for interrailers and it’s easy to see why. The Czech capital is romantic and beautiful, on par with Paris even. Its nicknames include the City of 100 Spires and the Golden City and its history dates back a millennium, to the construction of Prague Castle in the…

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City Spotlight: Berlin

Berlin is one of the cheapest capital cities in Western Europe so is the perfect place for the interrailer on a shoestring. You can eat cheap, sleep cheap and – most importantly – drink cheap. It’s also boasts some of the best nightlife in the world. The German capital will keep you busy so you…

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Budapest: Red Flags and Fabulous Things

Aoife Dowling takes us through her experiences of Budapest and shares very useful tips to make your experience in the Hungarian capital the best it can be. The minute I stepped off the train station I knew Budapest had my heart. The massive entrance to the train station told us exactly what to expect from…

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