A short, winter city break in Europe is a great way to explore new places in just a few days. So, you’re flights are booked and you’ve got a hotel lined up…but then what? If you’re planning to squeeze as much sightseeing as possible into your short break then you may want to think about how you’ll get around once you arrive and a travel card is a great way to do this.
Travel cards give you unlimited travel on public transport, including buses, trams and trains, ensuring that you’re able to fit in everything you want to see whilst you’re there. And as public transport in most cities drop you off right outside the major tourist attractions, they not only keep costs down but also make finding your way around hassle free.
We’ve researched the cost of travel cards in cities around Europe, and Rome came up in the top 10 cheapest cities for public transport! So if you want to get the most out of your next city break without breaking the bank, take a look at the graphic below to see which cities in Europe have the cheapest and most expensive travel cards.
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