Ultimate Guide To FlixBus/FlixTrain
Friends who live in Europe know that buses are currently one of the cheapest ways to travel in Europe. Flixbus is currently the largest long-distance bus company in Europe.
At present, Flixbus not only does business in popular tourist cities, but most of the large residential towns in Europe have bus stations, including Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Czech Republic, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Spain , Portugal, Hungary, Austria, Croatia, Belarus and other countries. Among them, the German route is the cheapest. Flixbus began to expand to the United States in 2018, and currently has thousands of sites in the United States.
Ultimate Guide to Finnish trains
Finland may even be somewhat hidden in the northernmost part of Europe, but it should still be included in the European railway network. The train is an easy, convenient and environmentally friendly way to get around Finland and explore the whole country and even further afield.
Every major town and city in Finland, including Helsinki, Turku, Tampere and Rovaniemi, are connected by the train network, so as long as you hold the train card, you can reach all the sights and enjoy them. Even some smaller towns and villages have train stations or are easily reached by o...
Ultimate Guide to Russian Railways
Siberian train (Trans Siberia / Транссибирская магистраль, Транссиб)
Before you start using Russian trains, I hope you close your eyes and imagine:
You have been on the train for ten hours, but there are twelve hours to go. You have not boarded the train for a long time.
Your carriage is swaying and climbing in a forest full of unknown streams under the vast Russian sky. Just now you passed through a city with golden domes gleaming in the sun.
Time is elsewhere. You transcend the boundaries of time.
You are drinking the 13th cup of tea and are discussing fate and eternity with strangers-even if you do not speak Russian.
Traveling in Russi...