Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • How do you plan your trips?
  • Please help us learn by participating in a brief survey.
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 lurento sports car rental - anyone?
  2. 2 Trip Report "Paris? Again?" And an odd pickpocketing
  3. 3 Transferring from LCY to LHR . PLEASE HELP
  4. 4 Vegetarian Food in Spain & Portugal
  5. 5 France Itinerary Advice
  6. 6 Gorges de Verdon to Eze - where to stay along way?
  7. 7 Comments on Munich, Saltzburg, Lucerne hotels
  8. 8 Short stay London with Aussie kids or not?
  9. 9 3 days in Normandy (with an 8 year old)
  10. 10 Help ... bus from Cappadocia (Kayseri) to Antalya or Fethiye
  11. 11 Where to stay in September in the Swiss Alps
  12. 12 Trip Report 13 Days with 13-year-olds in Greece
  13. 13 Trip Report Roman Roamings: 2 Weeks of Wanderings
  14. 14 Ireland Trip Itenary
  15. 15 Trip Report Ger's Trip to Rome & Bologna
  16. 16 Firt time VISA applicant
  17. 17 Spain and Portugal - 2 weeks in Mid-July - help with itinerary
  18. 18 Murren to Prague
  19. 19 Rome Bus Routes - a list
  20. 20 best place in london for indian food without paying an arm and a leg
  21. 21 Train in Switzerland from Basel to Zermatt to Zurich
  22. 22 4 Days In Northern Italy advice
  23. 23 10 days in Italy with 5 and 10 year olds in July :)
  24. 24 Help needed/wanted to central/east Europe
  25. 25 Le Marche Research Help
View next 25 » Back to the top

First time going to Europe. Flying into Dublin...

Jump to last reply

Ok, it's my first time going abroad. I found pretty cheap roundtrip tickets into dublin, so that was my main reason for choosing that destination. My itinerary is loose, and I'm basically "flying by the seat of my pants" on this trip in regards to my travel route. I have 2 months in Europe, september and october. I'm just wondering if dublin is a good place to start and if it's gonna be a pain in the ass to get back to Ireland to return home at the end of my trip. Also any suggestions on smart/inexpensive destinations upon leaving Ireland would be greatly appreciated. Any insight and suggestions at all would be great! Thanks! (Sorry, it's my first time ;] )

12 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement