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I am a little travel bug and want to travel Europe. I am not very excited about the idea of traveling along, but I also cannot seem to find anyone that wants to take Europe by storm with me. I am looking for someone who is willing to be adventurous with me and would want to travel Europe for about two month June/July of 2010. Or does anyone have any ideas of how I could still travel, have fun, and be safe alone?
Thanks a million,
Ok, I already have a backpack, and know what to go for etc.
This is more an issue of size.
I’ve got a 90L backpack. massive to be honest. Maybe a bit too big. It was handy bringing stuff over to the UK to work and what not, but its the traveling bit that might be the trouble. Its starting to wear a bit – it is a blackwolf cedar banks – the daypack no longer connects to the main pack.
Seeing as I’m going in summer – there wont be a need for so much heavy items (like jumpers/jackets/pants.
So I am an 18 year old from British Colombia, Canada and I am in the final planning stages of my first solo Eurotrip holds for applause! I had some questions for all you grizzled veterans of stepping off the beaten trail. A fantasy of mine has been to just hike off away from the population with some camping gear and rough it away from civilization. I have had years of camping experiance in BC and have good gear that I will bringing with me anyway and with the little info I have, I hear Interlaken, Switzerland is the place to be.
Just wanted some form of clarification on the Schengen Visa.
Now I’ve been working in London for a few months and as I am a teacher, I’ve taken some holidays over in Europe. The first being on the 16th Feb in france.
Now I just need a bit of information, some people have told me its 90 days straight up and others say the 90 out of 180.
I read the article that is on the site, but just wanted a bit of help in planning my summer trek.
I leave on the 12th June, and that gives me about a month around Spain and Portugal before going to Italy.
eurotrip 101: where to go, how to get there, and how to survive on a budget
Travelogue Entry in Paris, France
Hi everyone! I’m planning a solo backpacking trip (my first!) for this December/January. I got a great deal on a flight to Poland so that’s my starting point. I need some pointers on where to go/avoid and also some ideas on how over-crowded my current itinerary is looking. Help?
The dates in question are 10 December 2008 – 25 January 2009 (42 days). I need to be back in Aberdeen, Scotland for the 26th as I have classes, so I need to end up somewhere on the 25th with direct air connections to Edinburgh or Glasgow.
Right now I have:
10/12 thru 11/12 – Wroclaw, Poland
Justin and I are beginning our budget travel adventure in Rome arriving on Wednesday, October 1st. Back in late March we sent a few emails to The Colors Hotel in Rome and made reservations for 3 nights. We booked two beds in a room with 6 beds total. Yes, this means that up to 4 absolute strangers will be sleeping nearby. Not a big deal…this is part of budget travel.
Hello I’m planning my first travel provably December i will go from the 12/26/08 till 01/11/09
the plan so far is visiting 4 countries
12/27/08 to 12/28/08(1)Madrid.
Arrive in Madrid From US
one day just to check it out
12/28/08 to 12/30/08(2)Italy
I’m thinking to fly to Rome on the on the 28th i know is 2 or 3 hours by air. then stay there till the 30th 12/30/08 to 01/01/09(3)Corfu
Then I will like to go to Greece, for new years but I have no idea the time frame from the travel from Rome To Corfu, Greece. Do anyone have a time frame???.
2 friends and I are planning about a 2 month backpacking trip around Europe for May-Julyish. Our list of countries we’re going to is as follows:
England, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain and France. Ireland and Scotland are also a possibility if time permits to go between England and Netherlands, if we did so we wouldn’t dedicate quite as much time to those as the other countries on our list.
We anticipate starting in London, England and working our way around in a circle from there and ending up in Paris, France. The cities we have decided we absolutely must go to are: