Interrail Diaries - Scandinavia and Germany Gallery

September 26, 2016

My brother and I recently spent three weeks inter-railing around Europe, starting in the North with Copenhagen, and ending in Italy. Despite planning a rough agenda, we found that taking it day by day meant for a more spontaneous and exciting experience. There is literally no feeling more liberating nor pleasing than being able to jump on any train heading anywhere- akin to those dreamy Hollywood movies when the protagonist just jumps on the next available plane. Needless to say, interrailing was the most thrilling, exciting and tiring experience of my life and I can't wait to repeat it again. Here, I've chosen a selection of my favourite photos from our first week around Scandinavia and Germany. (I had to have strict words with my brother when almost all of the photos he took of me had significant parts of the foreground cropped out... you'll see an improvement in the next post)

Copenhagen, Denmark 
Copenhagen, Denmark 
Rundetaarn, Copenhagen, Denmark
Malmö, Sweden
Malmö, Sweden
Malmö, Sweden
Malmö Castle, Malmö, Sweden (it has nothing on a British castle)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark
The hostel in Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg, Germany
East Side Gallery, Berlin

East Side Gallery, Berlin, Germany
East Side Gallery, Berlin, Germany
East Side Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Reichstag, Berlin, Germany
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Berlin, Germany
Berlin Cathedral, Berlin, Germany
Museum Island, Berlin, Germany
Trying the delicacy of Currywurst..., Berlin
1 comment on "Interrail Diaries - Scandinavia and Germany Gallery"
  1. It seems like dream tour. I too want to visit these beautiful places of europe. The best part is I dont need visas for all the cities respectively,thats really cherry on the top.

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