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Paris London Munich Belgrade - best value transport option? need Help...

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Great site, very inforamtive, so glad I found it. I'm seeking advice on the best way to plan transportation on my trip to Europe in July/August. I'ld like to visit these cities; Paris, London, Munich, then Belgrade (Serbia). I haven't been for many years and have read there are great deals in fast trains/ overnight sleepers and cheap flights within Europe.

Ideally I would like to do a combination and reap the benefits. Like the fast train from Paris to London, then a flight (if the $$ are right, and then perhpas an overnight sleeper from Munich to Belgrade. Should I get a pass or just do point ot point - I rang the railplus tel number and gave up after 30mins with no answer. Apparently you get a good deal on the Eurostar if you also buy a pass?? Is this the only option? Or should I just go to a travel agent?

I'm (female late 40's) travelling with a 14 year old daughter.
PS If there is anyone on here who is from Munich and can advice location of ladies shoe shops which stock size 42, I would be very grateful.

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