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As far as I know, you have two (three) options: The Rome Airport Bus that connects Ciampino to Termini (the main train station) Terravision which is another private airport shuttle that connects the airports passing by the center and Termini The taxi (the most expensive but faster option) Living in Rome, I have never tried one of this options. But I've ...


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Just did this today, by bike, from Amsterdam City Center. Go to the Flevopark on Amsterdam's impeccable bike lanes, then take the scenic bridge (Nesciobrug) and pedal for a few kms, mostly right along the river, in a park with bunnies (Diemerzeedijk / Waterkeringpad). You'll cross farms, sheep, friendly people. Muiden itself has a few nice cafes and is ...


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Sloterdijk was a village out of Amsterdam but has now been gulped up by the city and is part of it. Just like the villages around London are part of Greater London. It is within the city bus system area and on those buses you can use the travel passes for the city. And depending on where you want to be in Amsterdam, the bus might well be faster than going ...


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Website you mentioned in the question, covers public transportation. Also, bus operator has a handy plan your journey tool. What you probably want to search, is the route from Reykjavík to Stykkishólmur. You will have to switch buses at Borgarnes (from no. 57 to no. 58). Make sure the driver will drop you off where you want though. You can also try ...


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In addition to Simone Carletti's answer, there is also the "Bus Shuttle" operating between Ciampino Airport and Termini (see http://www.sitbusshuttle.com/en/ciampino/). It operates as a competitor to Terravision on that route. In Ciampino airport, their ticket booth is adjacent to the one of TerraVision. Since you are asking for recommendations, I would ...


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I don't know any other day ticket that would fit the bill but you can go from Sloterdijk station to many places in the city with the subway/metro or tramways and to Amsterdam Centraal with a bus. So the issue is one of commercial/administrative policy (trains are operated by another company), not merely the fact that Sloterdijk would be out of the GVB day ...


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This journey is broken down in 2 parts: Go to Bangsal by sea Bangsal to Mataram by land Gili Air to Bangsal Public boats: price is 12’000 IDR, departure is in the morning (around 7-8am), it takes 20 minutes. Just turn up early at the ticket office to buy your ticket & then wait for the boat to be fully booked so it can leave. I’m not sure how ...


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First, a quick primer on the train options in Chicago. There are two train systems, the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) and Metra. The CTA is mainly designed to shuttle people around within the city of Chicago; Metra is mainly designed to shuttle people from the surrounding towns into the downtown core and back out again (i.e., "commuter rail".) The CTA ...


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I wanted to add a comment to @user568458 answer but I don't have enough reputation points yet. Until recently I used contactless credit cards, but recently I have had trouble with this system. On one occasion I was charged an extortionate amount for a single journey (yes I 'tapped out'). On another occasion I have had the credit card stop working on TFL ...


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If you want to avoid Middelburg, you may travel like so by public transport: Train from Antwerpen Centraal to Gent St Pieters Train from Gent St Pieters to Knokke-Heist Duinbergen Short walk from the Duinbergen train station to the De Lijn bus station (10 min) Bus De Lijn 814 from Knokke-Heist to Breskens This should take you around 3h30, so only 30 ...


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There's a train leaving from the Copenhagen Airport terminal at 13:38 next Thursday and you can book direct to Gothenburg. Travel time is about 3 hours. Regarding the 'tips-and-tricks' part of your question... Alternatively, to take in some local culture, you can catch the train from Copenhagen to Helsingør and check out Kronborg Castle, the traditional ...


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Bus it, Man Rome2rio says there are three bus services from San Jose, Costa Rica to somewhere near Lake Nicaragua (Peñas Blancas, Costa Rica or Rivas, Nicaragua). Indeed following up on the bus company websites one finds the information below. Note that ticket costs often don't include immigration taxes to enter/exit Costa Rica and Nicaragua. At the time of ...


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I just checked several flight options. EasyJet, if you do not need to bring luggage, starts from €32, a few months from now. That is including all taxes but excluding all extras you can avoid, like luggage and from Schiphol, so €2.10 for a bus ticket needs to be added. Not sure how much extra for the Belfast end, Belfast International. Eurolines London to ...



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