Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Help Planning Seot 2017 Trip to Andalusia
  2. 2 Rent a car in England
  3. 3 Portugal and Spain itinerary help!
  4. 4 Edinburgh to Skye
  5. 5 Warsaw Pollution Reaches Record Highs...
  6. 6 Family first time Barcelona (where and how much ?)
  7. 7 Railpass or point-to-point tickets
  8. 8 South of France - 7 Days - April
  9. 9 European Travel - Trivia Quiz #151
  10. 10 2017 Easter in Italy
  11. 11 4 days itinerary for France
  12. 12 Trip Report Our (Somewhat) Laid Back Tour of Old Fave Stops in Italy
  13. 13 Italy Puglia and Le Marche
  14. 14 Going to Russia
  15. 15 Beginning Itinerary Guidance
  16. 16 tours/attractions worth paying for in Prague/Vienna/Budapest/Krakow
  17. 17 Isles of Scilly - Anyone Been?
  18. 18 Pre-Booking Athens / Cell Phone
  19. 19 Trying to pick a Greek Island
  20. 20 Paris/Loire Valley than ?
  21. 21 Airport Transfer from Edinburgh Center to Glasgow Airport
  22. 22 Driving in Corwall-The Nitty Gritty
  23. 23 Summer 2016: Little details I worried about – and need not have
  24. 24 Anyplace worth stopping a night between Hallstatt and Venice?
  25. 25 Anyplace worth stopping a night between Hallstatt and Venice?
View next 25 » Back to the top

2.5 weeks in France and Europe during Christmas and New Year

Jump to last reply

Hello, I am planning a family vacation in Europe from 12/17/2011 to 1/4/2012. We (me, wife and 2 teenagers) will flight in and out Paris. This is our first trip to Europe. We want to see historical sites, buildings, museums, scenery and to experience European cultural. We plan to spend the first couple days in Paris, then travel to other cities and return to Paris on 12/31 to spend new year in Paris. Many posts in this forum suggested to visit big cities in winter. Our initial pick of cities include Paris, Lyon, Nice, Rome, Venice and Florence. Will it be too many cities in 2.5 weeks? Do you have other suggestions for which cities to visit in France or around France in winter? Thank you in advance for your suggestions and help.

10 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement