Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report Moldova and Transnistria
  2. 2 Camogli and surrounds
  3. 3 Champs Elysee: worth an afternoon or too tacky?
  4. 4 Please help 21 day driving tour Wales & Southern England Sept 2017
  5. 5 Central London indoor swimming locations
  6. 6 Trip Report Swiss Trains not on time and boats not run at all - great time
  7. 7 Paris and England, 14 days on the ground
  8. 8 Trip Report Whistle stop family road trip
  9. 9 Trip Report Postcards from Retirement - the Britan 2017 Edition
  10. 10 SURPRISE TRIP
  11. 11 SKIP THE LINE TICKETS TO VERSAILLES AND LOUVRE
  12. 12 Help with Italy Itinerary
  13. 13 Best way to get around Scotland w/out a rental car??
  14. 14 What's it like staying in a big agriturismo-like complex?
  15. 15 travel fan 220v?
  16. 16 Palermo Apartment
  17. 17 Trip Report Rouen & Paris Anniversary Trip
  18. 18 What is the best flight itinerary from Los Angeles to Granada, Spain
  19. 19 Haarlem or Amsterdam as Netherlands base?
  20. 20 Accommodations Amsterdam under 175€
  21. 21 2 days in Amsterdam after river cruise
  22. 22 Trip Report Bastille Day Fireworks, Paris
  23. 23 Barcelona - places to stay
  24. 24 Need advice on Seville-Tarifa/Tangier-Malaga itinerary
  25. 25 Croatia, Slovenia & Bosnia Itinerary Feedback
View next 25 » Back to the top

Need help planning family trip in May

Jump to last reply

My son (18) will be studying in Sweden until mid-May. I plan to meet him at the end of his time there with my daughter and her friend (both 24); I figure 10-12 days (could be extended to 2 weeks). We are trying to decide where to go, having ruled out Scandinavia, and so far have come up with the following ideas:
Prague/Vienna/Dubrovnik
Rome/Florence/Venice
Vienna/Prague/Brussels or London

or perhaps some other permutation of the above. Or something different. We're not married to the above places, though most of us have been to Paris and Amsterdam and would prefer to see some new places.

Any advice and/or suggestions as to an itinerary will be very welcomed!

Two of the three tickets will be frequent flyer on Continental, and the third will be paid. Son's ticket will be purchased as an open jaw to Sweden and returning from wherever we all wind up.

9 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement