While studying in Vienna, Peter Kerpedjiev wanted to know how many destinations he could visit via train and decided to take his venture a lot further than a mere Google search.
Taking statistics from the Swiss public transport system, the Harvard Medical School postdoctoral fellow was able to put together a series of maps that highlight how far you can travel in one day from various European cities. For the best connections, you’ll want to start your journey from London, Paris, Madrid, or Berlin. However, Podgorica, Riga, and Sofia are the most limited jumping off points for a rail-based tour of Europe.
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