Old Sep 15, 15, 2:03 pm
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GUWonder
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If planning to rely upon rail travel, perhaps I'd consider having more flexible hotel booking conditions than usual and be more eager to have fully refundable train tickets than usual. But other than that and the passport/ID issue, I find it to be pretty much business as usual when it comes to intra-Schengen travel not involving the Schengen pre-Visegrad countries. By air, more intra-Schengen flights have an on-arrival scan of passengers/docs, but then that just gets back to making sure to secure your passport/ID and have it available for presentation where it may be required or may be more convenient to have.
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