Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Solo backpacking for 5 weeks
  2. 2 Barcelona on budget
  3. 3 Advice for England and France travels?
  4. 4 Do i need to validate international train tickets?
  5. 5 France: advice on where to go with young kids
  6. 6 Plug ins for London and Paris
  7. 7 please revew provence agenda
  8. 8 Trip Report Italy 2010 - Lake Garda to Rome via Dolomites, Verona, Bologna and Tuscany
  9. 9 Quick drive thru Luxmbourg
  10. 10 Gas/Petrol shortages in France?
  11. 11 Trip Report Catalunya, Cathars and Castles (and vino!)
  12. 12 Does anyone ever "meet the locals"?
  13. 13 Ireland - Northern or Western
  14. 14 Girls trip - Lisbon
  15. 15 Where to go in March??
  16. 16 Traveling advice for Amalfi coast
  17. 17 Late June 2017 - Capri/Amalfi Coast vs Serengeti Safari
  18. 18 Trip Report Beyond the Trees: At Altitude in Italy's Snowy Dolomites
  19. 19 Iceland Itinerary Help
  20. 20 Bergamo and Padua: Best Atmosphere for Aimless Strolling? 3-night-Split
  21. 21 Dublin Ireland Advice Needed
  22. 22 Best way to get out of London and rent a car?
  23. 23 Visiting Cornwall September 2016
  24. 24 Car service- Suitcase & hand luggage
  25. 25 Car rental/train option to Paola/San Lucido Italy? - Mom and 3 kids
View next 25 » Back to the top

Intense Itinerary: Looking for help making adjustments.

Jump to last reply

Hi everyone!

This is my first post so go easy on me! I have my first trip to Europe booked for April of 2013 and I have a very intense itinerary and I was hoping that some of you with more experience would help guide my ventures. There are two non negotiable areas that I have to travel to, my flight from the USA arrives in London and leaves from Madrid, but I am really having trouble figuring out the middle of my trip.

My trip is planned of the following:
Fly to London and arrive on April 6th
Spend 3 days in London, on third day travel by train to Paris.
Spend 2 days in Paris, then travel by train to Lucerne
Spend 2 days in Lucerne and then travel by train to Geneva
Catch a Flight from Geneva to Venice
Spend 2 days in Venice, then travel to Rome
Spend 2 days in Rome, then catch a flight to Barcelona
Spend 2 days in Barcelona, then travel by train to Madrid
Spend 2 days in Madrid and fly out on the 20th to get back to the USA.


I have seen a few different routes from Lucerne to Venice but I cant seem to find the best route, either by train or plane. Also I am a little nervous trying to squeeze so many different places into such a short time. Is this itinerary a realistic one? I am only traveling by train/flights and I wont be using a rental car. Once again, I am very new to traveling through Europe and I honestly want to make the most/best out of my trip and my time. I am looking for any help that any of you could give me! I truly appreciate your time and expertise!

I am hoping to have the trip of a lifetime!

Thank you!

~C

68 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement