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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.
Experienced Euro trippers
I need help planning an itinerary for my first Euro trip. A buddy and I will be arriving in Frankfurt on the 22nd of April and have a return flight on the 30th. We will be renting a car in Frankfurt and would like to circle going towards Venice Italy (may be as far south as Florence) and drive north to Switzerland back to Frankfurt.
Our interests are Sightseeing & Nightlife.
Any feed back would be greatly appreciated.
what do you think is the best way to get to venice? would it be smarter to fly than take connecting trains? thanks for your help
Hi, can you help me finding the cheapest way to travel from Geneva to Venice on October 10th.
Alright, These are my destinations really that we wanted to visit: Lyon -> Barcelona -> Florence -> Milan -> Venice -> Prague -> Amsterdam.
I posted the trip on eurotrip planner of the website on this link:
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My Wife and me will be travelling from Dubai to Paris for a wedding in August and would like to do a 2 day trip to Venice by Train and fly back to Paris later.
Could you kindly advise me the best way to get to Venice from Paris by Train. Is it worth doing the Paris To Venice train ride we want to do it during the day so we get to see the country side of both France and Italy.
Your suggestions will be of great help….. Vinay
Me and my brother are planning a trip for June, as a UK resident we can take the Interrail and only pay £219 for 10 days travel (both under 25).
I have worked out the route and the train times, im hoping to use the night trains to save on accommodation, thinking we can sleep on the trains.
We might not stop at all the cities, we could go straight through but do you think im being a bit optermistic trying to do all the cities in 22 days and only being allowed to travel for 10 of them?
This is my first trip so any help would be great.
What do you think is the most efficient way to get from Naples to Venice PER experience? The trains seem to take in average 8 hours. some less some more. My friend&I are on a budget, so when I saw that with easy jet we could fly from Naples to Venice for 24E, it seemed like a good idea. But to be honest, I’m looking to know if I’d waste just as much time GETTING to the airport, boarding, delays, getting from the airport in venice…
I am just looking to hear people’s experiences. What would you say is the best way?
If I’m travelling from London to Venice, what are cool places to stop along the way (without too much of a detour) to see?
This is my first trip to Europe, and I want to absorb as much as possible.