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A little eurotrip in Central Europe

I’m back at last, ready to pick up the blog where I left it and to share with you my ten-day trip in Central Europe, through the great cities of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire: Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest and Prague. From August 17th to August 27th, I traveled to these cities by train (without InterRail pass !), through Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Moravia and Bohemia!

Eurotrip de dix jours en Europe Centrale

I left from the airport of Luxemburg – Findel on a small, 80-seat Luxair plane to Vienna, a de Havilland DHC 8-400. A little snack on board and 1h50 later, I was at Vienna International Airport.

I had a loaded program ahead of me: to discover these four very diverse cities and yet linked by their former allegiance to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, dominated by the haughty Vienna! Maybe you followed my trip on live on Twitter – now you’ll find all the details about my trip on the blog, in a series of articles that I will publish regularly during the upcoming weeks, day after day, with some more precise descriptions of hotels, restaurants, curiosities, historical or gastronomical aspects.

And now, a little overview of this eurotrip in Central Europe through a few figures :

  • 15 hours of train in 10 days,
  • Around 3200 kilometers covered by 5 different means of transportation,
  • Until 3 different countries in one day,
  • 4 different languages,
  • 10 restaurants tested,
  • 10 cafés / bars tested,
  • 3 hotels and 5 rooms tested,
  • 11 churches10 museums6 castles / palaces et 5 synagogues visited,
  • 3 terra cotta golems in only one suitcase!

Ask the program! Here is the summary of this eurotrip in Central Europe and of the coming posts on the blog:

Château de Schönbrunn, Vienne, Autriche © Eurofluence

Schönbrunn Palace, Vienna, Austria © Eurofluence

Eurofluence takes you around Central Europe for a few weeks – take this trip again with me!

The pictures of this little eurotrip will also be available on Instagram.

Let’s go, and stay euroconnected!

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