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Was thinking of doing the 22 days tour of Europe (8 countries) for about $6200, these countries includes Holland, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, and England. Maximum of 2 days each countries except Venice, Montecatini, and Rome with 2 days in each cities.

My other option is to make my own itinerary. My dad works for the hotel industry and he can get some pretty good deals on hotels, so I wasn't really worried. Was thinking fly in from Honolulu to London. Stay for 2-3 days in London. Take Eurostar to Amsterdam and stay for 2-3 days. Take the train to Brussels, stay for 2 days. Take the train to Paris, stay for 2-3 days in Paris. Maybe take a train from Paris to Venice, then stop for one day to Switzerland to see gorgeous alps. Then stay 2 days in Venice. Make my way to Pisa then Florence, stay for 2 nights to do cinque terre trek and tour Tuscany. Then finish it in Rome for 2-3 days! Of course, eat a lot of good food while doing so!


What do you think? Any critiques? I liked how everyone is so open and very good with their suggestions. I appreciate it! And if you guys come down to Honolulu, Hawaii, hit me up, I'll tour you around!

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