Transportation Tips

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Buying miltiple day tickets Aug 09, 2011
When buying a ticket for the bus and tube a mutiple day ticket is the best option it starts from when you swipe the card and if you buy a 3 day ticket if finishes 72 hours later. When catching the bus you will need to swipe card when you are getting on and when you are getting off ??
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Eric Eric
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Mar 02, 2007
If you are only going to London, Paris, and Venice, buying point to point train tickets would probably be the best bet. Since those are all popular destinations, the trains probably run pretty frequently. There are a variety of train options, but unless you want to stop at every town along the way, take a Eurostar express train. Avoid the IC (intercity) trains, as they are usually slow and stop at every little town along the way. You'll pay a little more for the express trains, but should save a lot of time, and the ride will be a lot more pleasant.

Also check this link out for info on train schedules:
Eric says:
For most places I went to, I just bought the ticket in advance a few days before from the train station. For example, if I was arriving in Paris and staying for 4 days, I would buy train tickets to my next destination 1-2 days before i had to leave.
Posted on: Mar 05, 2007
djm0027 says:
Should you buy the ticket in advance or the day traveling?
Posted on: Mar 05, 2007

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