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Right now im in the midst of trying to plan a trip to europe next summer for a month, and am trying different itinerarys to see which would work the best. this one i really like but would like some feed back from people who have gone to these places. i would like to know if i have alloted enough time for each city or if i have gave to much time with some, or if there is other cities or towns in this area i should visit.
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Matt speaks with Natalie and Justin of nomadbackpackers.com who are on an open ended backpacking trip around the world.
Hi all – I’ve posted two itineraries in the eurotrips section, and I’d love some critique/comments, but trips scroll down so fast there I’m not sure anyone even notices some of them. Both of these are dream itineraries, although I’m hoping I might be able to do one or the other during summer 2010. So far I’ve left the time spent in places blank, as some places will warrant a lot of time and others will just be stops along a day’s train ride. Comments on how long you think it’ll take to complete either itinerary are also appreciated.
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
I’ve been racking my brain trying to sort out a travel itinerary for Europe next year for myself and friends. I’ve come up with this:
Valencia (Benicassim Festival) – 5 nights
Zurich (via overnight train) – 2 nights outwith transfer
Ljubljana (via overnight train) – 3 nights outwith transfer
Budapest (via overnight train) – 3 nights outwith transfer
Prague – 3 nights
Munich – 4 nights
Stuttgart – 3 nights
Paris – 4 nights
Amsterdam – 4nights
My friend and I are going to Europe for 14 days and we had the following itinerary in mind. Please let me know what you think. I know it might seem a bit rushed but we would love to squeeze this all in. Also Euro Rail seems a touch expensive but I am wondering if it is our best bet. We are definitely budget-minded but time is a bigger concern as we want to do as much justice as possible to each place.
I’m planning my first backpacker trip to Europe, and need advice on my itinerary. I have roughly 14 days to spend in France and Italy (followed by a week or so in the UK, then back to Paris for flight home).
I would prefer to visit Paris at the end of the week, say a Wednesday to a Sunday, instead of being there over a weekend, and monday, tuesday, since a lot of the must-see museums are closed on either a monday or a tuesday.
The other requirement is that I have to be in Rome over a weekend; a friend is joining me from London, and that’s only possible over a weekend.
Hi everyone! My friends and I are attempting to draft up an itinerary for traveling in Western Europe, and I was hoping you all could give me your opinion on it. Keep in mind that this is a very, very rough itinerary!
We are studying in England beforehand, so we would take the Eurostar from London to Paris. The trip would be from August 16th-September 9th, with us finally heading back home from Rome.
France (August 16th-24th) – Paris, Nice, Cannes, Bourdeaux, Toulouse
Spain (August 25th-31st) – Barcelona, Madrid…anywhere else?
Italy (September 1st-9th)
I will be in Switzerland for 4.5 days this summer, traveling from Salzburg into Italy. What are the places I should definitely hit up? What would your ideal itinerary be? Right now I’m thinking Zurich – Lucerne – Lugano, but I’ve never been, so I welcome thoughts.
I will be in Greece for 4.5 days as well (flying in and out of Athens), and I’ve been told that’s a long time to spend just in Athens. So right now I’m thinking 1 day in Athens, 1 daytrip to Delphi, and then 2 days of island time. What islands are easy to get to from Athens? Are there other areas I should be checking out?
I bought my rail pass. (15 travel day in 2 months, flexisaver)
My brother and I are flying into london on may 27th and out of london august 28th. we want to party and see alot on the cheap. cheap fun is optimum but running with the bulls, the Louvre and prague are a must. Ive set up an itinerary that would put us near pamplona in early july for the bulls and see everything else. but is it too much, or am i missing greatness somewhere. please help with any ideas. here is the itinerary: