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20 Cities in Europe Without Railway Station Where Traveling by Car Is The Only Option

Rail is an environmentally friendly way to travel and plays a critical role in helping to tackle climate change. Compared to traveling by car or plane, traveling by train reduces carbon emissions by two-thirds.

Connected to 27 international destinations and 78 domestic destinations, Amsterdam Centraal is one of the most connected railway stations in Europe. On the opposite side, there are cities where traveling by car is the only option.

Viseu in Portugal – one of the largest cities in Europe without a railway station.

Tirana, the capital of Albania, has about 500k population. The railway station in Tirana was demolished in 2013 to make room for a new boulevard.

Cyprus has no railways at all, it had a railway system that ceased operations in 1951. Iceland doesn’t have railways too.

Here is the list of cities in Europe without railway station:

  1. Viseu, Portugal
  2. San Marino, San Marino
  3. Andorra la Vella, Andorra
  4. Giethoorn, Netherlands
  5. Ronda, Spain
  6. Hallstatt, Austria
  7. Zermatt, Switzerland
  8. Portofino, Italy
  9. Gimmelwald, Switzerland
  10. Bled, Slovenia
  11. Monschau, Germany
  12. Saint-Émilion, France
  13. Počitelj, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  14. Visby, Sweden
  15. Manarola, Italy
  16. Mürren, Switzerland
  17. Fira (Thira), Santorini, Greece
  18. Monterosso al Mare, Italy
  19. Nicosia, Cyprus
  20. Tirana, Albania

Cities without a railway often rely on alternative transportation methods, typically buses, cars, or other local transit systems. The absence of a railway can impact the city’s connectivity and transportation options, but it doesn’t necessarily hinder its overall functionality.

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