Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Renting a car in Greece
  2. 2 Charming hotels in Paris, please help.
  3. 3 8 days in st Remy - surprise trip for hubby
  4. 4 Trip Report This Pirate goes to Penzance, and then on to the land of Fire and Ice
  5. 5 Single Parent with Tweens London/Paris
  6. 6 Need help with Honeymoon - Italy, Slovenia, Croatia
  7. 7 Lisbon to San Sebastián to Madrid itinerary help!
  8. 8 Trip Report Dublin & Environs with Teens Trip Report
  9. 9 Getting out of Glasgow - ideas needed
  10. 10 8 days vacation to Switzerland & Austria
  11. 11 Language course in Trieste, Northern Italy
  12. 12 Paris hotel
  13. 13 Day trip from Amsterdam for college girls
  14. 14 Please help: Swiss Pass/Lucerne/Engadine?
  15. 15 Cinque Terre, Bologna and Lake Como
  16. 16 Trip Report Capri is for vacationing, la Dordogne is for living
  17. 17 Stuck in Paris
  18. 18 RS view on booking.com & the like
  19. 19 Berlin to ?
  20. 20 Trip Report Trip Report: Italy with the bambinos!
  21. 21 Exploring Lisbon & where else?
  22. 22 Hiking the Cinque Terre Trails?
  23. 23 Spain - day driver advice
  24. 24 Greece
  25. 25 Ex-pats with young kids
View next 25 » Back to the top

Monte Carlo or bust!

Jump to last reply

Hi
We are bringing our car home from Mallorca in April (shes a Mustang!) and as a one off gesture we are coming home via Monte Carlo, and want to travel through Germany (it might be something to do with the Autobahns!) and catch the Zeebrugge to Hull ferry. All ferries are booked (and the night in MC)
i have a lot of questions and hope you could fill in the blanks.
What will the roads be like in Switzerland in April?
Does anyone have a route they could tell us from MC to Zeebrugge via Germany?
We dont even know the best route through Italy!
Can we buy the Swiss Vignette on the day - or does this have to be bought earlier?
If you have ANY information (good or bad ) we would love some feedback.

many thanks in anticipation

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement