Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • New Fodors vBulletin Forum
  • coming soon -- discuss!
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Seville to Cordoba
  2. 2 Trip Report Problem using American bank card in Turkey
  3. 3 Trip Report BARCELONA! Tapas, tours & towers - flamenco, festas & food!
  4. 4 Tuscany wedding venues for 2
  5. 5 Stowing Luggage at Florence for a day!
  6. 6 8 days vacation to Switzerland & Austria
  7. 7 Switzerland swiss mountain passes so confusing, jungfrou
  8. 8 3 nights in Madrid
  9. 9 Personalised Experiences for Tourists
  10. 10 Driving a rental car from Croatia to Slovenia
  11. 11 ATM
  12. 12 Transport Christmas and NYE
  13. 13 Sarlat & Surrounding Towns Restaurants
  14. 14 Buying Train Tickets at Schipol - Machine
  15. 15 London 6 day itinerary
  16. 16 London Hotel - Different Request
  17. 17 Portugal rental car
  18. 18 Trip Report Iceland trip report!
  19. 19 Stumbling on the path to a Russian visa
  20. 20 Trip Report Keira-Caitlyn Travels to Turkey...adventures in Istanbul and Ephesus
  21. 21 Need help deciphering benefits of Swiss train pass vs German 25% off...
  22. 22 alcazar question and seville advice
  23. 23 Bernese Oberland
  24. 24 Burgundy/Beaune & Dijon
  25. 25 Our recent CDG experience (Delta)
View next 25 » Back to the top

Southern Europe Timeline and Itinerary--Advise please!

Jump to last reply

We are looking at a Europe trip next summer in July (know it's busiest then, but that's when we have time off). Need some suggestions if the below timing makes sense and won't leave us running like crazy. If this agenda seems too packed, we might skip Rome altogether to stay in the Northern regions of Italy (knowing that Rome and southern Italy are a trip in themselves.) We want to go to Germany regardless as we have friends in Stuttgart. We are planning to travel by train, and are not opposed to taking night trains. Is there a place we should stay overnight on one of our longer trips?

Flying into Rome, staying 2 nights
Florence, 2 nights
Venice, 3 nights
Munich, 2 nights
Stuttgart, 2-3 nights
Prague, 3-4 nights

17 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement