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Hey,

So basically, if you read my 1st thread, thanks!

Im planning on going outside of Budapest and Hungary. I wanna see the neighbouring countries if possible and on a solemn budget.
I dont mind taking the Buses because they seem to be economical and affordable from a student standpoint and they do have a lot to offer, especially with the roads.

My destinations that i want to go to is:

Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo, Montessat (sp?)

Croatia - Dubrovnic, Split, Zagreb

Serbia - Belgrad, Novi Sad

Macedonia - Skopje

Romania - Bucharest (though its 24 hours) or Cluj (if its close and if its viable).

Ukraine - Lviv, Kiev, Odessa.

Or any other if its cheap or and easy to get to......
I dont mind Russia, Estonia, or the Baltic states too.....

Or possibly, Gyor ... Please help :)
 

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^^ ALbania?

It may be economical to go there...sure.....
Is it touristy?

And how far is it from Budapest? Is there lines? :?
 
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Malev flies 3 times a week from Budapest to Tirana, Albania. Check out the Albania thread and see just how touristy it is. It's off the beaten path but thats what makes it charming!

Here is a tourism website www.albaniantourism.com.
 

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^^ I just did a Skyscanner for Albania from Budapest.
It ended up cost like 800 USD?

3 times a week :mad: Yaaaaaa
Any buses?
 

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^^ Mostar. I wrote (SP?) Cause i didnt know the exact name. I got a few names infact.
Mostar was what i was looking for.
 

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Slovakia is pretty near to Budapest, and there are many places to go. You can take a train from BP Nyugati to Bratislava. It's quite cheap and take less than 3 hours. Nitra is said to worth a visit.
You can also go to Kosice, next to Ukraine, and Tatra mountains.
 

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^^ hey man! Thanks.

I may go first to Bratislava for a day. Sightsee and then head to Budapest.

I was looking at the schedule(s). I saw a bus from Budapest to Zagreb.
Its like 6 hours almost. Leaves at 6AM ( :cry: ) and gets to Zagreb at 12:00. Not bad. Ill sleep on the bus...

If i do that....is the buses in Croatia (If anyone knows...) easy to find and go..
my last destination would be Split. From there i would grab a plane back to Prague....for cheap cheap....

:) please help....
 

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How about the train?

BALKAN FLEXIPASS CARD
Balkan Flexipass card gives an unlimited travel opportunity for a period of 5, 10 or 15 days in the railway routes of the Balkan countries ( Bulgaria , Macedonia , Romania , Turkey , Yugoslavia , Serbia , Montenegro and Greece ) within its validity period of one month. Children under the age of 12 years travel for the half of adults' (those over the age of 26 years) fare



05 Days price fur under 26 years € 49 / price fur above 26 years € 82
10 Days price fur under 26 years € 82 / price fur above 26 years € 144
15 Days price fur under 26 years € 98 / price fur above 26 years € 172

Found it on the Turkey Railway website, it might be availeble in Hungary

http://www.tcdd.gov.tr/tcdding/avrupa_ing.htm
 
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