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Interrailingpackages Trips take our clients across the European continent visiting a host of fantastic cities. Whether you’re an art lover, a sun lover, a history lover or an ANCIENT history lover there truly is something for everyone. We cover everywhere from Paris to Pompeii, Portugal to Poland and everywhere in between. Check out some of our most popular destinations below and see what they have to offer.

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What can I say? Paris is probably one of the most awesome places to start any InterRailing trip. The city is absolutely packed with everything from attractions and architecture to history and art. The city is home to one of the finest and most popular Art museums in the world in the Louvre and plays host to a fantastic list of other attractions including Les Arc de Triumph & The Eiffel Tower.

Paris is a fantastic city for anyone to visit all year around. All hostels recommended below are top notch and our number one St Christopher’s is one of the top hostels in Europe equipped with great dorms, bathroom facilities, Wi-Fi, continental breakfast & lively entertaining bar & nightclub to meet fellow travellers.

No trip to Italy could be complete without visiting its capitol Rome so make sure and leave yourself enough time to explore this historical gem. Rome has some of the most important museums in the world that offers an insight into some different times and styles of Italian history. Rome does also offer a healthy nightlife and live music scene with the Testaccio district the best choice.

Home to some of the most amazing sights in the world, a trip through the streets of the Italian capital will leave you spellbound. Most would recommend that you begin your sightseeing trip in the centro storico where there is a vast collection of both Classical and Christian sights contained in an area that you can easily navigate on foot. Realistically, however, it doesn’t matter where you begin because there are certain attractions where everyone ends up.

Known as the ‘Venice of the North’, Amsterdam is a city built on a cobweb of canals that boasts one of the most picturesque settings in the world. True, it is a city full of hazy coffee shops where stoners smoke all day and where prostitutes standing in red-lit windows try to lure in prospective customers, but there is much more to the Dutch capital than hookers and hash. It boasts world-class museums, great architecture and a buzzing nightlife making it the perfect city for a few days break.


Its location right in the heart of Europe has appealed to visitors for centuries. Despite this and the fact that the Czech Republic has only been an independent nation since 1993, the natives have managed to carve out their very own unique culture. The Czech Republic is a landlocked country with Poland bordering the north and east, Germany the north and west, and Austria and Slovakia the south.

Although there are no beaches to laze away on, this hasn’t become an obstacle for it’s tourism industry as it is slowly becoming one of Europe’s most popular destinations.

Budapest is a city that still bears the scars of communism but one that is constantly developing into one of the world’s greatest capitals. Split in two by the grand River Danube, on one side you have the Buda, the hilly side dominated by the castle and Royal Palace.

On the other you have the Pest, a flat side where you will find the city’s financial district, high street shops and its most popular bars. But something you can find anywhere in the city are its public baths…don’t leave without treating yourself to a dip in one.

Although the city is slightly more decayed since its heyday, it is still an extremely popular destination for travellers. It also acts as a good stopover before heading further east. Be prepared though, Venice can be quite expensive depending on where you stay and eat.

Built on 117 small islands, 150 canals flow through the city centre and each and every one will have you grabbing for your camera. While its streets can be incessantly busy, something will urge you to propel yourself through as many of them as possible.

With a dazzling hilltop castle as her crown and the emerald-green Ljubljanica River at her feet, Ljubljana is a princess in size (petite). But her pint size conceals a wealth of culture, sights, activities and good old-fashioned fun that would be the envy of a city twice her extent. And best of all, everything is within such easy reach – a mere stroll or cycle away.

Split lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. Spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings, Split’s greater area includes the neighbouring seaside towns as well. The city is a popular destination for tourists and has transport links to numerous Adriatic islands and the Apennine Peninsula.

While the rest of the country was being blasted during WWII, Krakow emerged from the war largely unscathed. As a result the city is now home to a unique mix of the old and the new that you won’t find in any other Polish city.

Once divided and destroyed after the second world war, Berlin now not only stands as the German capital but one of the most visited cities in Europe by both travellers and those seeking to expand their education. Berlin is an absolutely fascinating city, its overflowing with history as well as full of life and different cultures. Weather you’re into Art, history or just good old fashioned clubbing Berlin is a must see for any traveller.

It’s hard to believe that this city was a divided city just over 20 years ago. Since its re-unification Berlin has gone from strength to strength and is now stands as one of the most important cities in Europe financially. Its trade with countries from all over mean it’s a central place for much European business as well as a tourist central for many travellers.

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