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Day 18
12h 41m
Estimate time
8,413 km
Day 19

Travel Tips

Sure, these cities are some of the most beautiful cities in Europe, rich in history, art, and culture. Here are some travel tips:

Best Time to Visit:
The best time to visit these European cities is during Spring (April to June) and Fall (September to October) for mild weather and fewer crowd.

Route and Accessibility:
You can start your journey from Berlin, then move to Prague, followed by Vienna and finally Budapest. The cities are well connected by train routes and it takes approximately 4-7 hours of travel time between them. In each city, the public transport system (including buses, trams, and underground) is efficient.

Altitude and Acclimatization:
Being major cities, the issue of altitude and acclimatization does not arise. However, after a long journey, give yourself a day to adjust to the time difference and recover from jet lag if you're traveling from afar.

Accommodation and Booking:
Each city offers a range of accommodations from budget to luxury. Make sure you book your accommodations in advance, especially during peak seasons.

Clothing and Essentials:
European weather can be unpredictable, so layering is key. Comfortable walking shoes are a must as these cities are best explored on foot. Don't forget to pack travel adaptors for European plug points.

Health and Safety:
It's generally safe to travel in these cities but, as always, keep an eye on your belongings, especially in crowded touristic areas. If you have a specific medical condition, take enough medication with you and have appropriate travel insurance.

Local Etiquette and Respect:
Europeans appreciate polite behavior. In religious places, modest dressing is required. Always check if photography is allowed in certain museums and historical sites.
Respect queue lines and local rules to have a pleasant visit. Learn basic phrases in local languages - it will be appreciated.