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Spending Money Europe

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I posted a topic about 12 months ago in regards to 90 days in Europe nod have since done a lot of reading and have now booked my travels.

Due to some unforeseen problems with my tour if South America I had to reduce the amount of time spent in the UK.

In total I'll be staying:

18 days (with friends in Derbyshire, England)
21 days in Germany
3 days in Krakow ( not very long but I had a very specific list of things I wanted to see)
6 days in Czech Republic (5 in Prague 1 in Czesky Krumlov)
10 days in Austria
10 days in Switzerland
21 days in France
19 days in Italy

This may seem rushed for some but compared to what I originally wanted to do it is vastly toned down.

I'd just like some idea of spending money. Bare in mind that I have already paid for ALL accommodation (all of which include one meal), ALL day trips/tours and have set aside money for ALL rail costs & the few additional entry tickets I'll need.

I'm purely looking for ideas for daily spending money for local public transport, 2 meals and buying things here and there. As far as my spending habits I'm looking to eat mostly simple meals and splurge every now and then on something more upmarket and I don't plan on buying heaps of things to bring home but buying a few good keepsakes.

I have read that €50 should be enough but it doesn't sound like much so I'm not sure.

Cheers everyone

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