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Take the train to the spring – 5 cities in Europe
"Take the train to the spring – 5 cities in Europe"

"Meet the spring in Rome, Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam or Paris. Here are five lovely european cities you can go by train and enjoy an early spring."

"Sure, it hurts when spring hesitates. The longing is difficult when the wind bites into your cheeks and your toes will freeze to ice in march freezing temperatures. But in Paris, the trees already green, and in the Rome in bloom the cherry trees. Here we want to go – by train."

"From Stockholm to Paris is the train ride between 20 and 36 hours depending on which route you choose. Fastest is it possible to take the night train to Malmö and then to Copenhagen and to Paris. Alternatively, it is possible to travel via Malmö and Hamburg and spend the night there but it obviously takes a little longer."

"do you Want to meet the spring in Rome you should expect longer travel time, 30-36 hours, but on the other hand, is the ride a big part of the relaxation. Start the journey by taking the train to Malmö and Copenhagen. Travel with the night train to Munich, spend the day there and take the next night train to Rome. You have plenty of time so jump in Venice on the way."

"To the passover, Christ himmelfärdshelgen and during the summer run Snälltåget night train to Berlin from Stockholm with a stop in Södertälje, Norrköping, Linköping, Nässjö, Alvesta and Malmö. Journey time is approximately 20 hours."

"Is there anything that promises spring is the tulips. Visit the Dutch Keukenhof gardens outside of Amsterdam, with its great fields of tulips. The train to Amsterdam goes via Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Hamburg and Osnabrück. Journey time is approximately 16 hours, depending on when you go. "

"In Vienna, the spring comes early with flowering parks, perfect to stroll around in. Try to book your train ticket on the Deutsche Bahn. Here are trips from Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö, sweden via Denmark, to Hamburg, where you change train to Flensburg, and there you change to the train to Vienna. Journey time is approximately 24 to 28 hours."

"When booking a train ticket, you should always compare the price with the cost of a Interrailkort. For example, costs 7 days in a month 3 454 sek for an adult."

"Hamburg, and Munich is a major hub for train lines and here you have a large amount of destinations to choose between, so forth with the map and dream yourself away."

"Useful sites for you to go by train to Europe"

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