Check out Discount airlines in Europe. Not every airline flies directly from your departure location to your destination, but with a little creative planning you can fly from Madrid, to London and London to Berlin for about $100 and save many hours of travelling. If you have the option of using Easy Jet over Ryan Air ALWAYS go with Easy Jet. The reason for this is because Ryan Air will tell you you're landing in "Munich" when in fact you're really landing at an airport over 100 km away from Munich. Easy Jet, on the other hand will actually take you to the airport you request. Alternatively, you may want to consider flying to one city and then taking a train the rest of the way. In December 2004 I left Poland for a week and flew with Air Berlin from Warsaw to Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf to Zurich and took a train to Geneva and from Genevea traveled to Cahors via Toulouse. Sound like a lot to save a few extra bucks, but if you consider there are no Warsaw - Toulouse trains I saved money on not having to stay a night at a hotel, also I don't believe there are any Madrid - Berlin overnight trains.
Anyway thanks for the advice, will keep you posted! JossDude 17:55, 31 May 2006 (EDT)
Hi Joss, We just got back from Italy on Friday and have been wondering how you were getting on. Grandma and I have just caught up with your adventures, sounds like you arehaving a great time. Annie.
Personal home page - vacation photo service
Hi JossDude, You might want to take a look at Wikitravel:User page help as we do not provide personal home pages or a vacation photo service. Your talk page is pretty much being used for that at this point. We do want you to add content about your trip and I am looking forward to that. I know you want to show your friends/family pictures and dialog about your trip, but there are other services where that can be done. Thanks. -- Tom Holland (xltel) 11:42, 1 August 2006 (EDT)