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$6000 budget for 7 weeks in Europe this summer?

$6000 budget for 7 weeks in Europe this summer?

Old Feb 16th, 2022, 10:30 PM
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$6000 budget for 7 weeks in Europe this summer?

Hi! Is that budget enough for 6 weeks? all the planes, connecting flights to another country in Europe and place to stay in are all paid already. I really save that money for 2 years, because I really want to go Europe.
here are the list of countries that I'm going to visit in Europe this summer (June to July):
Austria- 7 days ( 2 days in Vienna, 3 days in Salzburg, 2 days in Styria)
Czech Republic- 4 (Prague and Cesky Krumlov)
Croatia- 9 night (3 days in Split, 2 days Hvar and 2 days Dubrovnik)
Spain- 13 night (3 days in Madrid, 3 days in Salamanca, 3 days in Toledo and 3 days in Barcelona)
Portugal- 10 days ( 3 days in Portugal, 3 days in Algarve and 3 days in Porto)
If you have any feedback or thoughts, please feel free to reply.
Thank you!
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Old Feb 16th, 2022, 10:52 PM
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roughly, yes, but it depends on how many cocktails you end up drinking, I'd expect to get by on 50 a day once the costs you mention are accounted for.
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Old Feb 17th, 2022, 01:38 AM
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That's about $140 per day, but it depends on whether your hotel stays include full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner). If it does, then OK, but otherwise you'll be paying out for two meals, entrance costs to places you want to see, transportation, drinks, local food you'll want to taste and myriad other small purchases each day. Austria isn't cheap and Spain and Portugal can be expensive in places.
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Old Feb 17th, 2022, 04:44 AM
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If that budget does not include accommodation and transport between cities, it should be plenty, unless you are planning to eat in Michelin starred restaurants every night. Many travelers manage on less. In some countries I have managed on that including accommodation, and you are not visiting the really expensive countries.
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