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Meg and Jon's Euro Trip

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Hey Everyone. This is a pretty big trip. If I am going to do it i want to do it right. Any ideas or help? Thanks a million!

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Looks great, you have more than plenty of time in each place in fact you may be able to add in one or two more stop’s if you like, also a very generous budget so should not have too many worries.

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Thank you so much. You think I could stop at more places? Where would you send me and then what days would you cut in what cities? My budget is meant to include my airfair and Eurail do you still think that is a solid budget? Thanks again!

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It’s still a decent budget with airfare and rail.

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You could cut the odd day off Normandy, Madrid, Venice, Rome, Vienna, Prague, Amsterdam and a couple off Brussels. Its up to yourself if you would like to or not. Looking at your route, the likes of Bratislava, Budapest, Bordeaux and Nice may be option’s. All can be done in two day’s. With the exception of Budapest which deserves at least three.