I have been sent a complimentary pass from Eurail.com and I will be writing about destinations covered by the pass.
My Eurail Travel Plan
I have the Global Pass, which gives me access to 10 days of unlimited rail travel within 2 months in 23 countries in Europe. I only have 15 days available to travel so I will be making the most of this pass by visiting some new places and revisiting some old favourites. So far my country list looks like this:
All I know are the start and end dates (I have a flight out of Amsterdam I need to make by the 5th of June). I have never been to Croatia and Slovenia so I want to go there, and the rest is a general trajectory towards Amsterdam. The great thing about a Eurail pass is you can make it up as you go. You may fall in love with a place (or a person) and decide to linger in one place for a while. Meet a bunch of travellers going in the other direction and you want to go as well? Sure, why not. No need to worry about locking yourself in with flight, you can just jump on the next available train.
I’ve started my Eurail trip in Austria mainly because it was the easiest flight for me out of Amman. I have been here before so I didn’t feel the need to do too much sightseeing today. I lasted about three hours before stuffing myself with some good chocolate, so I hope I have got that out of my system now.