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There are several bus companies that do the Calama to San Pedro run. They're cheap, the distance is short. Unless you're pressed for time, there's no reason not to take them. Rome2Rio lists two companies, though I seem to remember there were three or four. Prices were similar.


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I checked my T-Money card, obtained in Daejeon subway (but this doesn't matter and the card works fine anywhere). There is no mention of expiration date on it, and no mention of any date except the month it was issued. In addition, the card had never been deactivated when I was not using it for a long time (about one year). Note also that T-money cards can ...


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Too late, but for future reference and other people who are wondering: I celebrated near Skövde. Every place we visited or passed on a roadtrip after midsommar had a midsommarstång, so you can go to basically any city. Examples near Copenhagen/Lund are Falsterbö and Vikhög. Pick a city, and search google images for "cityname midsommar", to see where they ...


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If you include Namba in "downtown Osaka", then the cheapest option is a local Nankai train to Namba. Cost is 920 yen, last departure is (currently) at 23:40. If you want to go to Osaka station or somewhere farther north, then it really depends on where exactly you are going, but if the trip can be done on JR only, then the cheapest option is almost ...


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By searching the Official JR:west site from Kansai-airport to Osaka station it seems that the last train runs at 23:32 and costs 1190 JPY. Your ability to make this will depend a lot on how smoothly everything goes in the airport. There are also night busses as you said. Depending on where you are going where are two options: The midnight bus to Namba. ...


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Well, I can't provide a general answer (so anyone who lives locally or otherwise knows better should still answer), however I can provide a single experience: Arriving almost exactly 30 minutes before scheduled departure, we were the last vehicle to be permitted to board the train. Some 6-10 cars were turned away, and presumably made the drive over the ...


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There are three kind of solutions: Expensive and fast : train (capitainetrain.com), plane (airfrance.com, hop.com) Fast and cheap : sharing a ride (blablacar.fr), plane (volotea.com, easyjet.com, ryanair.com) Slow and cheap : buses (flixbus, megabus, ouibus, isilines, eurolines) => You can use goeuro.com to check prices and durations (that site includes ...


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At Busbud, a bus search tool I work for, we did a little study on the price of bus vs blablacar ride sharing in France. It's in French, hopefully you can get the gist of it: bus is often cheaper but it's worth checking both options. Here are some of the relevant bus companies that partner with Busbud in France and from France to Spain: Ouibus, Flixbus, ...


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There are now a couple tools to compare the prices of train/bus/rideshares. Two examples are Comparabus and kelbillet. Trying these for a trip in October, 3 months ahead of time, the bus costs from 35 to 50 euros to Bayonne/Hendaye (in my experience, for such distances the price does not vary too much, even a week in advance), the rideshares are available ...


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I would definitely check Blablacar.fr. There's always a connection that suits your needs.


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Both are North city BUT there are not direct public transport links between them. Dub airport is ~12k North of city centre. Ferry terminal ~4k East of city centre. The ferry terminal is not very well served by public transport - there are buses going out there from city centre. I'm local in Dublin and it looks like google maps has the right options: 25min ...


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Bus will be the cheapest way to get down there. You will probably have to change bus at some point as close to Hendaye as possible as there doesn't seem to be a direct bus line to there (AFAIK) from Lille. Check/Google the various bus services. A quick search with http://www.eurolines.fr/fr/ returns a 50euro itinerary from Lille to Biarritz.


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According to Rome2Rio you can go by train from Bregenz to Feldkrich, and then either by next train (8 minutes) or by bus (40 minutes). Bus from Feldkirch to Vaduz leaves every 30 minutes, it goes to Vaduz center: ÖBB website I can't find pricing information though. In LIEmobil I paid with CHF, but I was going from Switzerland.


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@Relaxed has mentioned the Illico Samedi discount for TER trains. Here's my experience with it: There is a 40% discount (free ticket for children under 12) available for TER (i.e. regional) trains in the Rhône-Alpes region (thus also to Saint-Paul-de-Varax). The discount is available on all Saturdays or every day between July 6 - August 31. Conditions: ...


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The Munich airport (both terminals) is well connected to the city center by train. The S1 and S8 S-Bahn lines stop at the airport, just follow the signs after baggage claim. They run every 10 minutes and will take you to München Hbf, the main train station. Or get off the S8 slightly earlier at Marienplatz, which will put you right in the middle of the city ...


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Assuming you are talking about a general public transport ticket, you can buy a 'anonieme ov-chipkaart' (anonymous public transport card). Sadly there is no such thing as a 4 day ticket, you pay as you go. These cards are available at a variety of places. At Sloterdijk you can enter the train station to buy one from a machine (labeled with the ov-chipkaart ...


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If you can't afford, or don't want to pay the $5 for the Air Train, you can take the 'A' train from the port authority stop to Lefferts Boulevard. Get on a Downtown/Brooklyn Bound A train. http://web.mta.info/maps/submap.html Once there, you can take a Q10 bus. You can see this bus on the subway map. There are other buses too. Keep in mind that while this ...


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When you arrive on Greyhound in NYC, you will be in one of the underground levels of the Port Authority bus terminal. From here, take the escalators one level up to the subway level. The lower level is somewhat sloped; the escalators you want are uphill at the far (highest) end of the level. On the subway level you can purchase a MetroCard to pay your subway ...


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I'm from Oslo, but I've lived in the Bergen area and used public transportation there. The company you're interested in is called Skyss. Here are some suggestions: Bus To get to Stord from Bergen busstasjon N (The central bus terminal in Bergen) you can take the bus that will be marked 400 Stavanger. Get off at Leirvik bussterminal. That is the capital ...


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Note on locations Note that the Metrolink stop named "Old Trafford" is for the Cricket Ground, not the Football Ground. For MUFC, you should get off the tram at Pomona, Exchange Quay or Old Trafford and walk from there. This question should be useful to you. Special Note July-August 2016 Also note that up until "Late August", no trams are running through ...


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According to Manchester's website: The other quickest way of getting to Old Trafford (especially for Sunday matches) is to grab a lift on the nearest tram/metrolink. Trams travel every 12 minutes every day of the week. And from Metrolink: The price for an adult return ticket is £3.20 and £1.20 for a child return ticket. One day travelcards ...


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I can not find any mention of card expiry on both official and unofficial websites nor in the rules. Likely you will be able to use your cards even coming back after years but I have yet to personally confirm this (I must have some 2-3 old cards lying around somewhere). A local friend I asked also supposes that the card does not expire. However user @...


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It's probably not the oldest, and the attraction isn't open yet, but it is possibly the quirkiest: Photo by Richard Pope, CC-BY, from https://www.flickr.com/photos/memespring/311144302/in/photostream/ Mailrail was a narrow gauge, underground railway used for moving post and mail around London. It closed in 2003, however, at some time in the near future (...


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It's above ground and it's not in regular service, but the good folks at Market Street Railway in San Francisco occasionally roll out streetcar No. 578, built in 1896. I rode it last September: http://imgur.com/gallery/zw3fP


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If you want to take the train you will have to travel through Germany, that's for sure. The Deutsche Bahn has a quite good search and as you can see the fastest connections are usually via Frankfurt and Nuremberg or Berlin. If you want to be cheap, Deutsche Bahn has a Sparpreis (which translates to saver fare). The thing is that only one point of your ...


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Would this website be helpful? http://id.easybook.com/?lg=EN# I have not used this website though. Another one I found, but it is in indonesian https://ayobis.com/ Probably you already know this one http://www.lonelyplanet.com/indonesia/transport/getting-around/local-transport


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Bus services like Flixbus (And I believe there are many others, I see these buses often here) can take you from Amsterdam Sloterdijk to Prague. This will cost you from 45 euro to 65 euro, depending on how many stops you have. If you get the 65 euro, nonstop ride it will take you 12 hours. 45 euro and 1 stop is about 18 hours. Amsterdam Sloterdijk is a ...


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Deutsche Bahn has a pretty good connections finder (usually works in Europe pretty well), you can explore your train options there.


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There is an arbitration/conciliation agency for public transport Italy. It is called the Autorità Regolazione Trasporti (ART). They are the ones who ensure that your rights as a passengers are guaranteed. Your rights a passenger on a bus are defined in the EU regulation n. 181/2011, which was converted into an Italian law by the Decreto legislativo 4 ...


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If you are eligible for any concessionary discount (child, railcard, &c.), DO NOT use contactless, since you will be charged the full fare. Instead, always obtain an Oyster card and register your entitlement to a discount at a ticket office (National Rail stations in London can usually do this).


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It might be worth noting that these days any contactless credit or debit card can be used in place of an Oystercard. You will be charged the same as if it were an Oystercard. However, teenagers may not yet have their own bank account and debit card, and not all cards are contactless. If you have multiple cards make very sure that you choose one and only one ...


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In January 2016, you could not get a refund within 48 hours. During our visit to London on the 1st of January 2016, we found out you can not get a refund for your Oyster card through a machine at the station within 48 hours of buying it. This was confirmed by a Transport for London employee, but I could not find this requirement in writing, now or then.


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Note that there is a specific option for a Visitor Oyster card. This is the same as a normal Oyster, but you pay a small fee (£3) to buy it instead of a deposit (£5) on a regular Oyster. One big advantage of a visitor Oyster is that 11-15 yr olds can get the child discount without needing a Zip photocard. According to https://visitorshop.tfl.gov.uk/help/...


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On the site of the London Travel card you find the prices of the travel cards and the Oystercard caps for the same zones. Travelcard Prices (these are subject to change and prices are controlled by TFL) Select type Day Anytime Price Off Peak Day Price Adult Zones 1-2 £12.00 £12.00 Adult Zones 1-4 £12.00 £12.00 Adult Zones 1-6 £17....


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You get an Oyster card from the machine at a tube station. As for the refund Oyster Card Refunds The £5 deposit you pay for an Oyster card is refundable along with any pre-pay (Pay as you go) money left on the card. Before you claim a refund, it’s worth bearing in mind that if you’ve used your Oyster card on a Pay as you go basis and it’s ...


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Answering: "Is there any benefit to buy tourist card at all?" The tourist Octopus card appears to be intended to be kept as a souvenir. The Sold Tourist Octopus card has an iconic Hong Kong design, making it an ideal souvenir that can be used again when you come back. Also from wikipedia: In contrast to On-Loan cards, Sold cards are sponsored ...


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Note: It's not a confusing title, because it's a question, so that means there has to be something to answer. Some background to what the Octopus is Octopus is a stored value card that was invented by an Australian company, but turned down by Australia for being too advanced, and subsequently sold to Hong Kong, where now "everyone has one." The idea is it ...


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There are boats going everyday: From Singapore to Batam Island (Riau archipelago) From Klang (KL harbor) to Tujung Balai (Nord Sumatra) From Malaka to Dumai (Sumatra/Riau province) Except for the Singapore-Batam, information can be hard to find, but I took all of those boats in a not too distant past. I know there are visa on arrival at Dumai and Batam....


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According to Lonely Planet, Malaysia to Indonesia by ferry can be a bit dicey. Some cursory other research does not look promising either. I would recommend taking AirAsia from Kuala Lumpur to Medan or Pekanbaru. It might be slightly pricier than a ferry but would be more convenient and have a lower likelihood of immigration related friction. There is a ...


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According to this site: Folding bikes - as long as they are folded - are considered luggage and can be taken free of charge any time of the day. Since a folding bike is considered as luggage, you can take it at any time. This is in common with other train transport systems, such as London transport.


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SAARC to Anuradhapura night bus tonight tieyanne 09.00 pm. And pm 11.00


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Around Utrecht there is another option, which ties in to the OV-chipcard, which is to get a montly subscription to the regional transport network "U-OV". You could get for instance the U-OV Gemak Utrecht Stad Maand, i.e. "U-OV Comfort Utrecht City Month" at https://webshop.u-ov.info/nl_NL/webshop/product/details/product/60/tariff/221. It gives you free ...


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There is an English version of the ov-chipkaart website: https://www.ov-chipkaart.nl/home-1.htm In my experience, not a whole lot of companies will give out a business card. Also, it is not possible to buy a subscription for unlimited access in both busses and trains. The OV Chipcard can be used for both trains and buses but there is no subscription that ...


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If you take the train every day, it is best to get a season ticket for the specific route you're using, e.g. a Traject Vrij Monthly card. It is sent to you by mail on its own chip card, and payments are by automatic bank transfer each month (you can see the bills online). Cost depends on the destination. These cards cover all kinds of public transport, any ...


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Not too long ago, you needed to book a Sparpreis (savings fare) ticket three calendar days in advance. Then it changed to one day. Now, the official site explicitly says: The "Sparpreis" (saver fare for Germany) is for sale 91 days before intended travel date up until shortly before departure. (Emphasis mine) I personally haven’t tried getting a ticket ...


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If you are in the situation, train staff not helpful, late at night, no trains to get you anywhere, buses stopped for the night and only taxis to get you where you need to go, you have three options. Take a taxi (or call for one if you need to.) Stay in/near the station till the service starts again. Call a friend or relative to come and collect you. Call ...



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