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Im going to Europe to study abroad in the fall/winter and am curious as to whats the best way to travel around europe. My country of study is spain and I would like to go to france, italy, portugal, germany, and possibly more countries. I looked up fights and they seemed to add up to about 100 bucks for roundtrip and individual train tickets also seemed quite pricey. Is a Eurorail pass worth it and if so which one? I'm still confused on how it all works. Btw i am under 26.

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