Your Guide to European City-Hopping On a Budget.

The Wandering Broski

It’s time to explore the large cities of Europe, discover a mix of cuisines in each country, and watch the scenery change as you arrive at your next destination; add your favourite travel companion, and it is a dream come true. The sad thing is that we usually need to save up for these trips, and often an entire year in advance if you’re a student – it kind of puts a damper on the excitement, doesn’t it?

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Luckily for you, people have managed to travel between major European cities without spending too much at all. Take advantage of their knowledge and start packing right away – Paris, Prague, Budapest, Krakow, and many more are waiting for you.

Use Trains To Travel

Although a plain ticket between cities in Europe is affordable and fast, especially when you book them either up front or right before you intend…

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