Traveling By Train in Europe : How to Book Train Travel From Prague to Munich

When booking a train ticket from Prague to Munich, log on to the Internet to view discounted rates and travel times for the six-hour journey. Witness the magnificent Alps and enjoy the trip of a lifetime withtips from an skilled travel guide in this totally free video on travel. Expert: Sarah Sathmari Bio: Sarah Sathmari is an skilled travel guide in Hungary and Europe. Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky

Yankin’ it in Europe: An American Guide to Studying Abroad. Rob offers several crucial European travel suggestions. Mastering ensues. Intro: Sam (www.youtube.com Special thanks to: GordonEdward for the awkwardness (www.youtube.com Mike for the music and karate (www.youtube.com Props if you get the nerdy book reference! Travel destination info: www.wikitravel.com Finding there www.ryanair.com http www.easybus.com http (British rail travel) www.travelocity.com (European rail travel for US) http (European rail travel) Staying there: www.hostelworld.com Backpack www.amazon.com had a handful of (I got mine at a sports store)
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28 thoughts on “Traveling By Train in Europe : How to Book Train Travel From Prague to Munich”

  1. Hahahha this is definitely one of the funniest backpacking tip videos on here… Thanks for the entertainment! Your friends shutting the door on you was the best.. I’d be your travel friend so you wouldn’t have to go alone! 😉

  2. “Gladys” sounds a good deal like Filbert from Rocko’s Modern Life. Awesome.

  3. No problem! I hope you enjoy your trip to Europe- it is an amazing place and tons of fun!

    well, I do miss TN a tad…

  4. Thanks for posting this, its really helpful! I’m planning on going there hopefully in October or November then traveling across Europe and leaving from Italy to go to South America.
    And trust me, you’re not missing out on anything here in Tennessee.

  5. Discounts off of food, tours, etc! No matter where you are, bring your student ID- doesn’t matter where it’s from, as long as it’s valid. I’m in Dublin at the moment, and I’ve probably saved at least 5-8 euros with student discounts!

  6. Ah i see, i kind of figured using my regular School ID, makes sense. Those backpacks may as well be military packs. Look at the size of those things!

  7. I just use my UCL student ID- and that works fine. I didn’t need no fancy ISIC card!

  8. people in england are too nationalistic and xenophobic.
    I say little things like the uk is a shit hole and you english accents are ugly and they freak out.
    i love england and the uk , but as soon as i got back to america , it felt nice

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