Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 HP Printer 1800:681:7208 installation CONTACT HP Tec*h care
  2. 2 "chunnel" to change it's offical name.
  3. 3 ICLOUD $ 1888:260:2909 Password Reset CONTACT ICLOUD Tec*h by 24*7
  4. 4 Itinerary for 4 days in Madrid
  5. 5 Paris, Normandy & Amsterdam with College Graduate
  6. 6 Trans Siberian Train
  7. 7 Trip Report Sampling Some of Sicily and Bits of Italy Beyond
  8. 8 Malaga Christmas lights
  9. 9 Real Estate in Andalucia
  10. 10 GTG Paris December 2017
  11. 11 10 days in europe
  12. 12 Must See/Do/Eat in Vienna?
  13. 13 Trip Report 3 weeks driving the Netherlands
  14. 14 Lisbon neighborhoods
  15. 15 London - Paris - Amsterdam trip planning help
  16. 16 Germany, Switzerland and Paris with teens
  17. 17 Slovenia and Croatia in January (Solo)
  18. 18 Greece during Easter week or August
  19. 19 Trip Report From Portugal to the Pyrenees and onto Paris
  20. 20 Tour Company recommendations for St. Petersburg
  21. 21 The World's Greatest Churches
  22. 22 Viking Cruise Tours (Barcelona and French Riviera)-- Please Help
  23. 23 And the winner is ...India? Egypt? no, Italy!
  24. 24 Rome, Tuscany & Umbria
  25. 25 Trip Report Three nights in the Italian Riviera: hiking in Camogli with day trips
View next 25 » Back to the top

Help planning my European adventure? :)

Jump to last reply

Hi! I am planning on taking a grand adventure throughout European next summer, and am trying to get a head start on planning so I can draft a rough budget & start saving up! I've only ever traveled to London, so I really want to explore mainland Europe. I'm definitely open to suggestions for alternative itineraries, but below I've laid out one that looks exciting and logical geographically. What I need most help with, is planning how to get from one city to the next. I've explored the EuroRail Global Pass, but it seems a bit confusing and I'm not sure if the routes extend to all of the cities I want to visit. Additionally I've looked at some buses and airlines, but they seem to be locally based and not travel internationally. Additionally, if anybody has any recommendations for hostels/hotels, I would greatly appreciate it! I am traveling with one other person, and we would only be comfortable staying in a private room, and therefore are having a bit of trouble finding inexpensive options.

I know it's rather early but I figured it's better to start researching in advance :) Thank you for any help!


(Looking to travel over 8-10 weeks)
Amsterdam
Brussels
Paris
Prague
Budapest
Vienna
Salzburg
Zurich
Bern
Swiss Alps
Milan
Venice
Florence
Monaco
Marseille
Barcelona
Valencia
Madrid
Seville
Lisbon

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement