Alright, so I’m planning my first Eurotrip for summer 2012. I’ll be leaving from Reno, NV, US with $4500 for anywhere from 19 to 30 days. Airfare to and from Europe is not included in the budget. So far I’m planning on going to:
Dublin: 3 days
Edinburgh: 3 days
Glasgow: 2 days
Inveraray: 2 days
Paris: 3 days
Prague: 3 days
Amsterdam: 3 days
I’m into History so I like cathedrals and historic sites, but I also love me a pint, so I would like a balance between sightseeing during the morning and afternoon, and hitting some pubs and nightlife during the night.
Hello all !
2 of us are planning a 4 day short haul in Scotland – first time in uk ( so no clue as of now ) . Our base is Liverpool and we are planning to do a couple of days in edinburgh. I am keen to also go and see the St Andrews golf course ( and also play a round if possible ! ) . Also , would like to go to the highlands and see a couple of distilaries if possible … Is it expecting a bit too much ? Would like your suggestions and thoughts here please . This we plan to do in end september . In case this is possible , how would you advise we move around in Scotland ?
i was hoping someone could help me plan out what kind of transport should i take during my trip, i had been searching for the best and suitable way but turn out at the end, my mind was mix like a salad. there are different opinions as i read more.
i’ll b starting/ending my journey from either venice/ krakow. the countries which i would like to go are :
3)edinburgh (or should i change it with copanhagen?)
4. i need ideas…
date of travelling : 4th JULY – 14 JULY.
Top 5 Things To Do In Edinburgh
1. The Edinburgh Fringe Festival – The Edinburgh Fringe Festival takes place from 6th to 30th of August every year and attracts a huge variety of acts from all over the world. Last year I went to see comedians Jimmy Carr, Jim Jeffries, Jack Whitehall, and Rhys Darby. Not only that, but tickets usualy only cost between £5-£10, although there are many free shows available too.
Accomadation can be quite pricey here during the festival, however if you look hard enough there are bargains available.
I need help figuring out the best way to get to Oban from Edinburgh and then from Oban to Glasgow. Please help! Thanks!
Edinburgh guide to restaurants, bars and pubs, hotels, clubs and cinemas
The film “My Pub Runneth Over” presents a comprehensive journey to Britain and Ireland, including England (London, Stonehenge, walled cities & a castle), Wales, Ireland (kiss the Blarney Stone, Dublin, Cliffs of Moher), and Scotland (Edinburgh, the highlands, bagpipes & Loch Ness), plus interviews, and, of course, pubs.
The video can be seen on the web, if you have a high speed internet connection.
This is a free, non-commercial, streaming video on the Windows Media Player. No ads and no strings attached. I sell absolutely nothing.