Tecura és una màquina de pintar força senzilla d'utillitzar dissenyada per l'Evru per les persones amb capacitats diferents.
ricksteves.com/rail/rail_menu.htm has the best information on rpealassis; calculating what you need, etc. You can also buy your pass there. raileurope.com is another option (Rick Steves gives you more info and more freebies, I think).Regardless, wherever you choose to buy it, it has to be mailed to the US address, so someone will have to mail it to you in Germany.I will add, however, that a railpass is not practical in the Baltic countries (Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania) due to poor infrastructure.So you might just leave these three for the end (or beginning) of your trip, to maximize your Railpass days. If coming from the North, your best options to arrive in the Baltics are budget airlines (easyjet, ryanair, etc.; check whichbudget.com) or the ferry (from certain parts of Germany and Scandinavia especially handy is the one from Helsinki into Tallinn). If coming from the West, let's say, Slovenia, check out eurolines.com for bus options. Buses are also very cheap and handy for traveling between the three countries.
Michael - 02-12-2012 11:56
A wneodrufl job. Super helpful information.
Bunny - 23-01-2013 13:45
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