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From Czech republic to SJPDP

pkrkoska

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Hello everybody, we are two students from Czech republic wanting to start journey from Saint-Jean Pied De Port in September. If you have any experience with traveling from Central Europe, we would be very, very grateful :) Eurolines coaches from Prague to Toulouse and from Madrid back to Prague seem to be the best way for us at the moment.

Also, any information or recommendation how to get (the cheapest way preffered) from Toulouse to SJPDP and from Santiago to Madrid will be appreciated 8)

Finally, has anybody here experince with hitchhiking in France or Spain?

Thanks for help. Pavel :arrow:
 
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pkrkoska said:
Eurolines coaches from Prague to Toulouse and from Madrid back to Prague seem to be the best way for us at the moment.

yes, Eurolines is certainly cheap, though overnight journeys are not very pleasant, IMO. There is a Eurolines service from London and Tours to Bayonne which would be nearer to St Jean - see if you can get a connection via Tours from Prague. Alternatively, you might be able to get a cheap flight via London.

pkrkoska said:
Also, any information or recommendation how to get (the cheapest way preffered) from Toulouse to SJPDP and from Santiago to Madrid will be appreciated

walk! See various other threads on this subject.

pkrkoska said:
Finally, has anybody here experince with hitchhiking in France

yes, though a long, long time ago. Not easy for men, much easier for girls, especially pretty ones ;-)
 

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