Europe Travel Guide
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- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Local Culture
- 82%Nightlife Lovers
- 82%Luxury Travelers
- 82%Spiritual Seekers
Member Reviews (38)
- EuropeMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Feb 04, 2014
Such diversity and culture so close together... world famous art and architechture, rich history, and the world's best food! Every young person should make time to travel Europe while they are still under 26 and can get youth discounts one sites and Eurorail. One of my favorite places to be and I try to visit as often as I can! So much to love!
- EuropeAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Sep 23, 2013
Maybe it is my heritage, but Europe has always held an allure to me. The more I explore this area, the more I find myself dreaming of returning. There's something so romantic about the history and castles littering every countryside.
- EuropeMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodiesJan 14, 2013
You've selected a number of great cities to visit. When narrowing it down I suggest picking a region in Europe and focus on the cities located there. You can't see everything in one trip, but you can maximize your stay by visiting cities close in proximity. Much of Europe is accessible by raiI making travel easy. I stayed in Berlin for 3 days, Milan 3 days and Cinque Terra for 3 days. I left each city knowing I had seen everything and wasn't rushed. For me the best part of travel isn't just seeing, but living as a local.
- EuropeJan 12, 2013
Your trip plans are very ambitious! By spending only one or 2 days in each of the cities you list,however, you're cheating yourself -- and the cities -- by not spending more time in only a few. A few days more in the cities you chose provides a greater depth of the cultures (foods, landmakrs, attractions, language, behavior). I think you'd gain more by settling on perhaps only 3 -5, depending upon the time you've scheduled for your entire trip. Remember, too, time is required to travel between these cities, and the time required between some cities you list is 6 - 8 hours. My suggestion, to start: London and Paris. Two totally different cultures and only a 2-hour train ride away. From there, pick other cities requiring no more than a half a day of travel (or travel on the night train to save time). Options: Paris, Bruge, Amsterdam. A suggestion, google the tourist information websites for each of the cities under consideration; plus, each country, especially Great Britain, have great introductions to ther landmarks and attractions. I think this could help you decide, and save you the money of purchasing all of those travel books. .
- EuropeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Jan 11, 2013
You really can't beat the atmosphere or the diversity of Europe. One of my favorite places in the world to live and travel. As an American, the history of Europe makes an even bigger impact on me.If you visit outside of summer, rates will be down and tourists will be fewer.
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