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EUROPE BY TRAIN

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The best moments from our trip around Central Europe this winter. Big thanks to Eurail for making that trip possible! Shop Eurail Passes: http://bit.ly/EurailPasses In case you're wondering, we used the Eurail Global Pass - 15 days of travel in 2 months. We ended up traveling around 5,000 km over 13 days. We're total fans! Browse passes here: http://bit.ly/EurailPasses Check out Eurail on Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/eurail https://twitter.com/Eurail https://instagram.com/eurail/ https://www.youtube.com/user/eurail SUBSCRIBE for New travel videos every Tuesday! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers VAGABROTHERS: We're Marko and Alex Ayling, brothers, backpackers, and bloggers on a mission to explore the world through its people. Winners of My Destination's global travel-video competition "The Biggest, Baddest, Bucket List" which paid us to travel the world for six months, checking off our travel bucket list and documenting the adventure on YouTube. See the full BBBTV web-series here: http://bit.ly/1kDkPtB WEB: http://www.vagabrothers.com INSTAGRAM: https://www.facebook.com/Vagabrothers SNAPCHAT & STORIE: @Vagabrothers TWITTER: https://twitter.com/vagabrothers FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Vagabrothers Want to help fund our travels? If you are going to buy something from Amazon, click on the links below before you make your purchase and we'll get a percentage of your final sale. Cheers! This film was made with: - F-Stop Satori Backpack: http://bit.ly/1o9EiUa - Sony A7s Mirrorless Camera: http://amzn.to/1xSSvJF - Canon Rebel T3i DSLR Camera: http://amzn.to/1rtIN0W - Canon EF-S 18-200mm Zoom Lens: http://amzn.to/1qqwI79 - Canon Powershot S120: http://amzn.to/1DnMrhs - Go Pro Hero 3+: http://amzn.to/1qSmySV - Go Pro Suction Cup Mount: http://amzn.to/1r51tow - Go Pro Accessory Kit: http://amzn.to/1rtIQcZ - Promaster CX525 Tripod: http://amzn.to/1CbyPEG - Promaster Superlite 3-Way Head: http://amzn.to/1ypnbaO - SD 32GB Memory Sticks: http://amzn.to/1mqOxYJ - Sennheiser MKE 400 Shotgun Mike: http://amzn.to/1mqOBHT - Zoom H1 Portable Digital Recorder: http://amzn.to/XVPSuY - Joby GP3 GorillaPod: http://amzn.to/1mKPDPn - Pico Flex Table Dolly: http://amzn.to/1ogQvXg - Pelican 0915 Black SD Memory Card Protective Case: http://amzn.to/1smkuUy
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Jeroen Aalderink (6 months ago)
A commercial. :(
Nicolas Blume (8 months ago)
Haha awesome that you did the timing just right for Karneval in Cologne 😄 I could've actually been quite close to you that day
Sean Smith (8 months ago)
Nice video guys It really helped on my Winter Europe Train trip - I made a video about it https://youtu.be/4T9t6BkFg8U
In a nutshell (9 months ago)
2:59 #CleanTheWall
manohar mavilla (1 year ago)
HEY I am from india,thank you for making my dream comes true
Jones McNamara (1 year ago)
What bag do you use?
Julie weilnau (1 year ago)
coming to Spain in September plan to use the euro rail if we have luggage how do we store it? any size and weight? Do you have any tips for luggage and traveling ? :) thanks
Terry Couch (1 year ago)
Hey vaga viewers, I'm planning my own Europe trip 2017 September-October (4-6weeks). I'm looking for one or a few like minded travelers to join me. If not, I'll be going solo. I reached out to the bros and they suggested that I try to find some folks via their YouTube comment section. If your interested, email me couch910atgmail Budget-3500-5000 (usd) Places- Paris, Berlin,Munich,Rome,etc
Azoz Almrry (1 year ago)
what is the name of the game in minute 1:56 please, and where in munich can i try it
DrissAudiA1 Vogue (1 year ago)
Thanks for video. Can you explain how easy it is to get around after you get off the stations lugging suitcases around? Is the round trip Euro pass only for 10 countries & you can select your country's or how does it work? Thanks 😀
A Nony Mouse (1 year ago)
0:12 where is this overlook? 0:20 what train station was this? 0:29 what was this event and where?
James Milfajt (1 year ago)
0:12 Celetná street, Prague; 0:20 Main Station, Prague; 0:29 Republic square, Pilsen
Christian Suarez (2 years ago)
Hi guys !! well I am seeing your videos because i want to travel lo europe as a backpacker, and I know Eurail is on of the best alternatives ! so can you help me like giving a very interesting rout to go by Europe, with countries an places go. I just have a month (december) so if you can help with that it is so nice ! is my first time. and also how much money do i need. thanks best regards
misu razvan (2 years ago)
Beautiful landscapes on railway : Ploiesti - Brasov, Oradea - Cluj, Craiova - Caransebes, Cluj - Sighet and Suceava, Fetesti - Constanta - Mangalia.
Great video! I got also many great ideas in FREE Bruno's Guide to Discount Flights in Europe
Adylina Imbayan (2 years ago)
What are the must-bring-item for a trip to Europe especially in Winter season?
noor wth (2 years ago)
2:57 wooo represent! #FreePalestine
Rayna Skiver (2 years ago)
Did you learn the languages before traveling to these places?
Mihai Volintiriu (2 years ago)
As Europe is a multicultural continent, traveling trough 6 countries will take to learn 6 different languages and that is pretty hard :) but English is second language in most of Europe countries so that's that.
Ankush Sohal (2 years ago)
amazing, well done guys👍👍
12345 (2 years ago)
How much did this trip cost in total?
Rifqi Mufid (2 years ago)
how much you spent for 7 weeks??
Nancy Borges (2 years ago)
First timers doing 5 weeks in Europe and loving your videos. BUT...you travel around so freely with what seems to be a small backpack in most clips. What do you do with all STUFF, seems like you even have a laptop, where do you find a safe place to keep your stuff? We will have 65L backpacks and I cant imagine having it every moment.
Jody G (2 years ago)
So well shot and put together! So excited for my trip in a couple of months!!
vagabrothers (2 years ago)
+Jody G thank you Jody! More videos coming out every week. Hope you subscribed!
Scotty Reconn (2 years ago)
About 2/7 of all views on this video are Syrians
Léo VanWillem (2 years ago)
What's the name of the song? that sound is as gorgeous as the landscape!
HD De León (2 years ago)
6 paises en 7 semanas 1 pasaje - Pilsen - Praga - Budapest - St anton - Bavaria - Cologne - Chamonix - Berlin
Pls help me! How much is the ticket from Berlin to Amsterdam ? Or Berlin to Brussell. what is the price of the tickets in Europe by train ? Thks
vagabrothers (2 years ago)
Go to Eurail.com and search
misu razvan (3 years ago)
Beautiful railways are between Oradea - Cluj, Brasov - Ploiesti, Simeria - Craiova, Timisoara - Craiova, Cluj - Suceava, Salva - Sighet, Constanta - Mangalia. You can visit : www.cfrcalatori.ro
Colonialpara (3 years ago)
Really nice videos.  I like your use of fisheye lenses from time to time.  Great quality vids.  Keep them coming!
CulpFiction Vlogs (3 years ago)
So I'm curious, all the research I've done on the Eurail passes make it seem that it's only really worth it if you're maybe sticking to a couple countries, or traveling really long distances, otherwise it works out to be a better deal to buy tickets individually. I'll be backpacking through Europe this summer (traveling through Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Ljubljana, Venice, Rome, Florence, Milan, Barcelona, Paris, Antwerp, Amsterdam, and flying to Reykjavik), and based on my math, it would cost me roughly €500 (that's rounded up almost €100 (true amount closer to €412), in case of any issues or especially expensive tickets in places) to buy tickets individually to all these places, whereas a Eurail pass (a Global Pass, 15 days within 2 months, the cheapest option that still accommodates all the travel and time I'll be spending in Europe) will cost €618 at the time I'm writing this comment.  So.. I guess I'm just confused. Is the Eurail actually worth it? In what instances is it _not_ worth it? Am I missing something here? I'd love to hear your input!
Léo VanWillem (2 years ago)
+CulpFiction Eurail Pass is unlimited, so, it might be worth :^)
Kitt Noir (3 years ago)
Love this video! What an amazing trip....oh those beautiful huskies
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
+Kitt Noir they were very pretty but very stinky!!!
Helen's Take (3 years ago)
Are you guys still going to NYC? I'm going at beginning of May and could do with your travel expertise! ;)
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
+missvdb hopefully be creating more content from the USA and NYC later this year
FINE (3 years ago)
Great video... ;)
FINE (3 years ago)
+vagabrothers you guys have to come in italy one time? Have you ever been here?
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
+Giovanni Fornari grazie!!
Lawrence Leavy (3 years ago)
so underrated!
Melissa Escalante (3 years ago)
I love your videos guys! 
melnewb (3 years ago)
I love these kinds of tours. So many places I've never thought of visiting before are now in my radar. Nice!
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
For sure! Glad you enjoyed the video!
Harry Kelly (3 years ago)
great video as always, an obvious but important question, how you are able to fund your travels?
beefree2003 (3 years ago)
What an amazing life you guys are living.The stories you will have to share with your kids. I envy you and Louis and everyone else who are seeing the world. Grateful that you are sharing it with us.  Big Dave
Micha (3 years ago)
Man I'd love to travel around Europe but I don't have mates who are diong it :( Anyone here fancy a trip with a genuie 17-year old? ;)
jerrie sambers (5 months ago)
I'm right here. Where exactly are you?
David L. (8 months ago)
I don't know if you finally made your trip, but I travelled alone once and since then I've been doing it every single time. Best decision ever.
Micha (3 years ago)
Thanks all, couchsurfing sounds cool ^_^
yotisDaBamba (3 years ago)
+MichaDutch try the lonely planet thorntree forums they are actually quite good and also have a travel buddies search category
Ross Jesus (3 years ago)
www.couchsurfing.org Best for meeting like minded travelers around the world
Jonathan Holliday (3 years ago)
Is this miniseries over? I hope not
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
+Jonathan Holliday It is over... :/ but plenty of new awesome content coming at you soon! lots of rad places coming up later this year. Thanks for watching and commenting!
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
Hey everyone!  We're going to make a video about making the most of your Eurail pass, so please leave your questions in the comment box and we'll try to include them in the video!
vagabrothers great find today. You deserve my sub. Just visited Chamonix too and the place was great 👍.
+Rayner Nelson In Russia visit: Moscow, St. Peterburg, Kaliningrad. By train: over 70$ (Fastes train Sapsan). From Moscow to Kaliningrad by airplane - 120 - 140 $, by train - 60$.
Rayner Nelson (2 years ago)
have you done trips in Asia by train? I'm wanting to try travel from Malaysia to Russia by train but can't find anyone who ever done this to know what place to visit or the visa procedure
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
+Matt Fish Thanks Matt! We will be answering your question in an upcoming video!
Matt Fish (3 years ago)
+vagabrothers, Great recap video! Maybe add annotations to each episode. I will be traveling in May with a Global pass, and my lovely travel partner. Any tips on making reservations, and getting off the beaten path? May you two have many more happy travels to come.
Mike Dewey (3 years ago)
Last time I was in Europe, I felt like many of the trains required reservations on top of the pass.  Did you notice you needed to book the reservations too or was there plenty you could just hop onto? Maybe I was going on more of the high speed rail lines, don't remember.
Léo VanWillem (2 years ago)
+Mike & Jay Explore Hi, I might help you, cuz I'm a frenchie. Highspeed trains do need reservations, because you have an atributed seat into the train, when for regional trains, you just seat wherever you want to :) If you want to hop into a train, just download the Android/Iphone App of the railway you are about to use to book last-moment travels :) hope to have helped you.
Mike Dewey (3 years ago)
+Tamara Long cool yeah, I was going to say I know on some of the high speed trains it seems like need them now. Which is rough since I'm just over 26 now and the first class pass plus reservation can be up there fo sho.
Tamara Long (3 years ago)
I know in certain countries it requires a reservation on top, Like Italy and I'm pretty sure France but I know ones in Germany, Austria and Hungary don't require one. 90% sure all overnight trains do require one though
Natalie Forslind (3 years ago)
Looks amazing! I went last summer. Eurail is a great way to se Europe.
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
+Natalie Forslind it is a great way to travel!!
RonMD (3 years ago)
What are your plans now that you're coming back? I'd personally love to see more Canada videos.
RonMD (3 years ago)
+vagabrothers That sounds awesome. Looking forward to it
vagabrothers (3 years ago)
+RonMD In the works! Hopefully make it up to Alberta this summer!
Minhal Taher (3 years ago)
I have literally been watching all your YouTube videos since the past few days. You brothers are extremely talented and I love each and every video of yours. I'm so glad I found your channel on YouTube, you guys are officially my favourite youtubers. You guys totally deserve waay more subscribers. Your videos aren't only a means of entertainment but they're also very informational and educational. Keep up the good work and I wish you guys all the best in your future travels and adventures :)  P.S visit Pakistan in the future. It's a great country and we need people like you guys to promote global harmony and maybe just improve the image of Pakistan the world has. LOVE YOU GUYS!! :)

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