Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 From Biarritz to Paris- 2 extra nights
  2. 2 Please help with Carry-on Question--CDG!
  3. 3 Chania
  4. 4 Charming hotels in Paris, please help.
  5. 5 RS view on booking.com & the like
  6. 6 Trip Report Incredibly Beautiful, Fira, Greece
  7. 7 Theoxenia on Santorini
  8. 8 Spanish food - not that special?
  9. 9 4 Days in Europe! Paris, Lisbon, or...?
  10. 10 Rome travel book, Nice extra
  11. 11 Packing for Sicily and Sardenia: Need anything Warm?
  12. 12 Trip Report This Pirate goes to Penzance, and then on to the land of Fire and Ice
  13. 13 Getting out of Glasgow - ideas needed
  14. 14 Day trips from Seville -Granada, Cadiz&Jerez or white villages
  15. 15 stopover between antequerra and granada?
  16. 16 Recommendations for trip to Cochem
  17. 17 Trip Report Trip Report: Italy with the bambinos!
  18. 18 Booking Irish Rail ticket
  19. 19 Fly out Venice or Rome
  20. 20 Language course in Trieste, Northern Italy
  21. 21 Can you locate this picture in Greece?
  22. 22 Italy- dolomites and cinque terre
  23. 23 Taking Renfe's FAVA Train Across Northern Spain?
  24. 24 Hiking in Austria and Innsbruck and Hallstatt
  25. 25 Car rental in Santorini port
View next 25 » Back to the top

April/May: Europe in 6 weeks.

Jump to last reply

Hey everyone,
I've just begun to contemplate doing a backpacking trip to various countries in Europe from early April to mid May. I have some countries on my "wishlist" and would like your input on an itinerary/which cities to focus in on. I live in Canada and am thus used to colder weather but I don't want to sacrifice sights or the experience by going too early in the year. I tend to value stunning scenery, architecture, and culture in a trip, but do enjoy some art/major sites.

The plan would be to fly in one country and out another, using train/(CHEAP) air travel throughout.

Portugal
Spain
SOUTHERN France
?Germany
Switzerland
Austria
Greece (thinking the Islands)
Turkey (thinking Istanbul)

Any input is welcome.

1 Reply |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement