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4 Month Europe Itinerary

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Hey would love some constructive criticism on my 4 month Europe Itinerary!

My partner and I are 21-23 years old and like fairly active holidays with an interest in mostly natural scenery and historical sites, although we also enjoy vibrant cities at night and going out to bars etc and meeting new people. Don't mind staying in cheap hotel/hostel.
(also we don't mind it being a hot time of the year as we prefer hot weather and like to think we are quite used to it) and we do like water and swimming!

-We will be traveling from the 18th of June to the 22nd of September. =97 days. 85 days in schengen. I understand that it is super busy this time of year.. it is the most convenient time we could get off work and are wanting to escape the winter in Australia :)



Heres the Itinerary:
Fly: Istanbul--> thessaloniki (4 hrs. stay 1 night)

Train: thessaloniki --> kalambaka (3 hrs. 1 night)

Train: Kalambaka --> Athens (4 hrs. stay 2 nights)

Ferry: Athens --> mykonos (3 hrs. stay 3 nights)

Ferry: Mykonos --> Ios (2 hrs. stay 2 nights.)

Ferry: Ios --> Santorini ( 1 hr. stay 2 nights. )

fly: Santorini --> Athens --> Dubrovnik (6 hrs. stay 2 nights)

Sailing tour: Dubrovnik --> Split (7 night sailing tour and then stay in split for 4 nights afterwards)

Ferry: split --> Ancona. (10 hrs. Stay 1 night)

Train: Ancona --> Venice (3 hrs. Stay 4 nights)

Train: Venice --> Rome (4 hrs. Stay 3 nights)

Train: Rome --> Positano (4 hrs. stay 4 nights)

Train: Positano --> Florence (5 hrs. stay 4 nights)

Train: Florence --> Vernazza (3 hrs. Stay 2 nights)

Train: Vernazza--> Genoa (2 hrs. Stay 1 night. )

Train: Genoa --> Como (3 hrs. stay 1 night)

Train: Como --> Lucerne (4 hrs. Stay 1 night.)

Hiking tour: Hiking bernese oberland (4 night hiking tour and then 1 night over in lucerne afterwards)

Train: Lucerne --> Nice (10 hrs. stay 4 nights)

Train: Nice --> Barcelona (8 hrs. stay 4 nights)

Fly: Barcelona --> Ibiza (3 hrs. stay 3 nights)

Fly: Ibiza --> Valencia (2 hrs. stay 3 nights)

Fly: Valencia --> Paris (5 hrs. Stay 4 nights)

Train: Paris --> Amsterdam (3 hrs. Stay 4 nights.)

Train: Amsterdam --> Berlin (7 hrs. stay 3 nights)

Train: berlin --> Krakow (10 hrs. stay 3 nights.)

Train: Krakow --> Budapest (11 hrs. stay 3 nights)

Train: Budapest --> Vienna (2 hrs. stay 4 nights)

Train: Vienna --> Hallstatt (4 hrs. stay 1 night)

Train: Hallstatt --> Salzburg (2 hrs. stay 3 nights)

Train: Salzburg --> Innsbruck (2 hrs. stay 2 nights)

Train: Innsbruck --> Munich (2 hrs. Stay 5 nights)


-Max 7 days of travelling. approx. 135 hrs of travelling.
-we have got approx. AUD$28,000 saved up each just incase. AUD$5,000 for transport, AUD$12,000 for spending money, AUD$4500 for tours and AUD$6,000 for accommodation.

What do you guys think....? honestly need peoples advice.

Cheers!

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