Travel Tip of the Day: Use the Bathroom on the Train

TrainUse the Bathroom on the Train
If you’re traveling to Europe this summer and taking the train, be sure to use the bathroom before getting off. Why? Because most train stations charge one Euro ($1.36) just to use theirs. That’s a Euro that can be better spent on gelato!



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  1. good suggestion: and the earlier you use the facility the cleaner it MAY be; tissues are helpful too, just wish they had better picture instructions on how to lock the door!

  2. Denise Foley says:

    And if you can even get to the bathroom during a train change. Quite often they are located in a far corner of the train station. Milan and Zurich only have one set of toilets in their entire stations.

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