Travel overland in Europe

With the airline chaos in Europe, people are taking taxis from Norway to London (a mere $5,000!), or waiting at airports in the hope that the airspace will sometime soon. But if one has a bit more time, there are lots of good overland travel options.

There are still a lot of ferries in Europe. Lines such as DFDS Tor Line and Stena line operate a number of routes to and from Scandinavia and the UK.

Once on dry land, the trains are reliable, fast, and (generally) on  time.  And although not as well known, Eurolines operates express buses all over Europe.


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