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Travel plan

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Travel plan

and my wife both Senior citizens (above 60+) wish to visit the following countries - England, Denmark, Holland, Belgium and Luxemburg. We have already visited France, Germany and Switzerland/. The itenarary should be for not exceeding 14N/15D. We are from india, and will arrive into London My query --

1. Towns to be visited. In England , we are happy with London.

2. The best and cheapest way to cover - by train etc. Last time we travelled by Eurail and arrived into Frankfurt and left from Zurich

3. The sequence in which to travel Where do we fly out from.

Once this is done the next will be hotels and sites to be seen at each town

Thanks in advance for ll the inputs

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2. You did not travel by EuRail. You bought very expensive tickets/passes from EuRail and travelled with local train companies (DB, SBB etc). If you want to travel by rail buy tickets directly from the operating train company.

From London you can take the train to Belgium and/or The Netherlands - http://www.eurostar.com/, discount tickets are usually released 120 days in advance.

From Amsterdam to Copenhagen you can get the City Night Line train - http://www.bahn.com/, 90 days in advance.

Luxemburg is reachable with train from Bruxelles - https://www.b-europe.com, 90 days in advance

If you want to travel between Copenhagen and Luxemburg SAS (www.flysas.com) and LuxAir (luxair.lu) fly directly.

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