Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report 카지노사이트→▶≫【 SO224.COM 】≪◀←슈퍼카지노
  2. 2 Trip Report 카지노싸이트→▶≫【 SO224.COM 】≪◀←슈퍼카지노
  3. 3 Swiss Trip Itineraryand Charges
  4. 4 Paris to Orly Airport Public Transport
  5. 5 Where to enjoy Paris
  6. 6 Input desired concerning my Sicily itinerary
  7. 7 Scandinavia - By land or by sea?
  8. 8 Bridging the gap between US and Europe
  9. 9 Brouhaha in Britain Over New 5 Pound Notes!
  10. 10 Are St. Chapelle concerts just for tourists?
  11. 11 Urgent- Pleaseee HELP - Spain, Italy or France for Xmass and New years
  12. 12 Renaissance Paris Vendome
  13. 13 Meteora for older folk
  14. 14 Tours of Versailles, Lyon
  15. 15 Versailles
  16. 16 12 Day Central Europe Itinerary
  17. 17 Trip Report FOCUS ON FRANCE: Paris and South of France
  18. 18 Trip Report Christmas windows in Paris 2016
  19. 19 Trip Report Lofoten, Norway Trip Report
  20. 20 How to best reach the Lofoten Islands from Oslo, Norway? (four day trip)
  21. 21 Please help allocate time in Lofoten and Bergen area
  22. 22 Dolomites for 6 nights
  23. 23 Trip Report LISBON FOOD NOTES Fall, 2016
  24. 24 4 Days in Amalfi in April - Without a car??
  25. 25 Athens
View next 25 » Back to the top

2 weeks Itinerary opinion- Vienna or Munich and Italy with a kid

Jump to last reply

Hi All-

My wife, and I are planning to travel to Europe for 2 weeks in second half of September with our daughter who will be 3.5 years old by then. To avoid rushing with a young child, we want to cover just two destinations(and areas around them) in Europe.

I started with Rome and Tuscany for 2 weeks plan a month back but now I feel we might as well try to visit two countries if we're flying all the way over from Seattle. We'd definitely want to go to non-rainy place.

Here are our rough ideas
1) Fly from Seattle into one of Vienna/Munich/Provence
2) Stay for 6 days (possible short trips aside)
3) Take an overnight train to Florence.
4) Spend 6 days over there maybe with day trips to Sienna and Assisi.
5) Fly back to Seattle

I want to spend 6 days in Italy since it seems like a good family friendly place. My daughter would love Pizza/Pasta/Gelato and I love old buildings.

I am not able to decide between Vienna/Munich/Provence probably Swiss cities close to Italy. I can rent a car but would like to avoid it. I'd prefer to rent an apartment but that should be available in all the cases. Any opinions?

Thanks for any tips!

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement