I just got home using the subway and busses in Stockholm.
All tickets are period tickets. The shortest period is for 75 minutes and start when you first use the ticket. The longest period is one year and you need a plastic card for that type.
24 hours (1 day)
72 hours (3 days)
If you ...
Leganes Central station (near the University) is on Cercanías Line C5 and Madrid Metro Line 12. In this case, Cercanías Line C5 runs every 10 minutes and journey time to Atocha station (no transfers) in downtown(ish) Madrid is about 20 minutes according to Google Maps. Since public transportation is integrated, the pass should cover this.
The metro line ...
I don't think there's a direct bus from Sao Paulo to Tiradentes.
Bus company Util provides several connections each day, most overnight, between Sao Paulo (Tiete) and Sao Joao del Rei, starting at 112 BRL and taking about nine hours. From there, you should be able to get a local bus to Tiradentes.
You might get lucky with a Blablacar, but don't count on it....
I live in Bogota.
Let me start with your statements.
after arrival at the BOG airport, I must take a green connector bus, which is free. There is no option to buy a TransMilenio card at the airport.
using the connector, I will come to a normal bus station
most larger bus stations are in the middle of the street, as many buses have dedicated lanes
in most ...
Generally, when travelling on days of major celebrations, it is hard to estimate the level of celebrations that may take place in transit hubs such as bus stations or airports. Halloween, while it is celebrated in much of Uruguay and Argentina similarly to the United States, is still not considered a major holiday, which reduces the possibility of any forms ...
It should be printed on a display. They are usually hard to see yet present. One is above the ticket point.
Should be. In fact, they stop selling tickets in the station building ten minutes before the departure.
I haven't bought Indian train tickets for a while, but previously when the IRCTC asks for the verification number then you can email them personally explaining the situation, attach a scanned passport image and they'll activate the account for you without an Indian phone number
However AFAIK in the recent years when signing up for a new account you're ...
This popup happens when there is no tickets availabile in the train or the train tickets are waiting list, as of our booking time. The popup will show 2 options, either you can click "Continue with Previous Booking" or else check the availability of alternate trains on the route which will be shown on the down side of the popup window. Then the ...
To book online in IRCTC, you can use a foreign mobile number. It can cost a bit more, but works. You will also get a special Quota for foreigners, so higher chances of booking confirmation on busy routes.
For Bus, Redbus is most popular application. It should accept a foreign mobile number.
By the way, you can take an Indian SIM by providing your passport ...
It's not the only option, but the obvious choice is Ormeno's direct connection between Rio / Sao Paulo and Lima. It's a bit of a long ride, at around 4 full days of travel.
Here's the Ormeno website. Here's my experience of doing that trip from Lima to Rio.
I'm not aware of being able to buy a ticket for this connection online. You'd have to go to one ...
Yes it is possible. But you are not going to like it.
There is a bus connection from Sao Paulo, Brazil to Santiago Chile, going through Paraguay and Argentina, which does not enter Bolivia. Once there you can take a bus from Santiago, Chile to Bogota Columbia, passing through Peru and Equador.
These trips take approximately 2.5 days and 4 days ...
Have entered Bolivia twice by bus from Chile, and left once by bus (to Peru).
Every time at the border (once it opened), every single passenger was required to disembark and go through immigration.
One possible reason is that they have rest breaks and multiple stops as well, meaning if you were trying to 'sneak' into Bolivia, you'd have a chance. ...
The Christmas market is right in the center of the city at the Kurhaus (Collonades). https://visit.baden-baden.de/en/events/baden-baden-christmas-market . There are plenty of hotels within easy walking distance.
As the comment mentioned, the main action starts late afternoon/early evening when it's getting dark, since the illuminations are a lot more fun ...