Indie Travel’s Craig and Linda Martin explored Germany with a German Rail Pass from ACPRail.com. In this second part, they travel in northern Germany to cities such as Dresden, Hamburg, Berlin and Leipzig. They also include their travel tips to help you… more>
with these 4 popular sightseeing journeys
Switzerland and its succession of shining alpine peaks, rolling hills and sparkling lakes are part of an admirable country to discover. There’s no better way to experience the unspoiled landscapes. Travel to Switzerland with a Swiss Pass and get a… more>
Indie Travel’s Craig and Linda Martin explored Germany with a German Rail Pass from ACPRail.com. In this first part, Craig talks about their experience in Munich, Nuremberg, Cologne and Bonn.
By Craig Martin
With the recent opening of intercity bus routes… more>
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Germany‘s Intercity Express (ICE) trains now feature improved on board internet reception on five routes, which includes two highly popular lines: from Dortmund to Berlin via Hanover and from Frankfurt to Munich via Nuremberg. The… more>
Sherry Ott used a Eurail Global Pass from ACPRail.com and traveled across northern Europe. Here’s the second part of her trip that took her to destinations in Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands.
By Sherry Ott
When you look out a plane window you get such an unusual perspective of the world. It’s small, organized, tidy, and very far away. It hardly feels real. When I’m flying into a new country, I often feel like there… more>
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Here are two great reasons to travel to Germany and beyond this season.
Full-time travellers and podcasters Craig and Linda Martin had the chance to travel with a Eurail Global Pass from ACPRail.com. Here’s a continuation of what they got up to on the third installment of “IndieRail” an independent train… more>