Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 He Musta Saw Us a-Comin': A Brief, Cautionary Tale about Taxis in Rome
  2. 2 Caution picking car from Europcar at Stazione Termini
  3. 3 Iceland March Itinerary
  4. 4 Itinerary input for trip to Spain and France
  5. 5 Planning A trip
  6. 6 Paris Neighborhood Help
  7. 7 Driving through Paris
  8. 8 Vacation apartment registration begins in Paris 1 Oct
  9. 9 Ambitious 1st time trip through Europe whilst pregnant??
  10. 10 Trip Report Scotland in 18 nights, smirr and sun and mud!
  11. 11 Trip Report No Reservations...our laidback Paris Christmas
  12. 12 Checking accounts in Europe
  13. 13 Accountant in Slovenia
  14. 14 Ok then, what trip was difficult to organize?
  15. 15 Paging @bobthenavigator and others for Amalfi Coast accommodation advice
  16. 16 Arenal:Bullring area Seville?
  17. 17 Norway Outside the Nutshell
  18. 18 Trip Report LOAN OFFER APPLY @ 2% INTEREST RATE
  19. 19 Trip Report Just the wine list please and Daisy came too.
  20. 20 Italy June 6-16
  21. 21 Question about Loire Valley châteaux
  22. 22 Trip planning to Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg
  23. 23 Trip Report To the top of Europe, and back again.
  24. 24 Poor weather outlook 10/16-19 Grindenwald
  25. 25 Help us with our new sharing economy business
View next 25 » Back to the top

Recommended itineraries using Global Pass

Jump to last reply

Hi - hope you can help.

My husband and I are from NZ and are looking to spend 38 nights in Europe in October this year. We have purchased the Global Pass, 10 days trainpass. We are looking to start our trip in Paris and looping around to fly out of Brussels.

Does anyone have any recommendations for an itinerary that makes the most of our trainpass as well as seeing Europe? It is both our first trip to Europe and is is unlikely we'll be back for a very long time if at all. Also probably good to note that we're staying in London & Dublin for about 7 days before we head out to Paris to start this trip.

We both want to see the usual tourist-y type sights as well as a mix of off the beaten path. Reading through some of these posts I get the feeling 38 days is a very short time to be doing the full Europe trip, but we have a couple weeks lay over in Asia where we are planning to recoup so all ambitious recommendations are welcome!

Cheers

21 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement