I’m glad you enjoy this website, and your travel plans sound wonderful. Please at least scan this article I wrote that explains why 3 nights in each city is usually ideal. In each destination you … Hi Roger, my husband and I will be travelling to European countries for the first time for 21 days in Dec. We are currently thinking about Italy, Holland, France and Switzerland. If you happen to arrive late in the evening or are coming off a long flight, factor in an extra night to spend in an airport hotel and start out refreshed the next morning. That would be a great introduction to Europe and then add in Spain for a new flavor in the end? NOw my request is to help me in putting them in order i.e.from Delhi where should I first land and then how to go on to other places in chronological order. So I told myself why not ask Roger, so here is my question My husband and I will be visiting my daughter in Germany during her Winter break February 2017, she goes to school in Bieberach so we’ll most likely used the Stuttgart airport,nearest to her. I agree with you, this might burn all of us at the end so will take out some of the destinations for some other time. Vueling is Spain’s main low-cost airline and it’s one of the better ones, so you’d be doing well if you can find a cheap flight on that. Italy Oh and we were thinking we would take trains pretty much the whole way to Poland (if it seems realistic). On a two-week trip I’d do 4 nights in London and 3 or 4 nights in Paris. Switzerland is indeed amazing, but you’ll be able to see a lot in three nights there, or perhaps four if you prefer. The train to, say, Windsor Castle is about £10 each way even at the last minute because it’s a commuter train, but if you want to go even to Oxford or Cambridge or farther to Bath or York, the train tickets are quite cheap if you buy them well in advance, and ridiculously expensive if you buy on travel day. At the moment, we have shortlisted the places we’d want to visit – Rome (3 days), Venice (1 day) and Paris (3 days). My friend and I would like to do 8-10 day trip to Europe starting from the 23rd of December till NYE (exact dates depend on the ticket prices). Obviously you’ll have to fly in and fly out, and you might have to do it through Lisbon. Day trips to Gibraltar, Alhambra, Tangier, ??? – Berlin – 4 nights, We were thinking of catching the trains around Italy/Switzerland, and possible hiring a car for Germany (pick up Munich, drop of Berlin – any thoughts if this is worth it?). And where I should fly or use the train. I like the place, but it does feel like a calmer and smaller Amsterdam. Shifting some of your days from Switzerland to Budapest and Prague will definitely save you some money. I’d focus mostly on Italy and if you really want to add one more thing in I’d do 3 or 4 nights in Paris. 15 Apr – Planning trip to Venice from Innsbruck and stay the night at Venice. -Roger. Your plan sounds fantastic, actually. I’m happy to help if you have more questions. Hoi An, I’m bringing a bulky one for studying abroad and was hoping to leave it at my homestay or mail it home and then use a larger backpack or smaller luggage for travels. So with only 3 nights you’d probably want to just stay in Dublin (which is definitely interesting), or perhaps fly into Shannon Airport and go to Galway for the three days, which would also be enough time to visit the Cliffs of Moher and even Aran Island. Ive been reading some of your input to other travelers and was wondering if you could help me put together a good travel plan! Just to get a coffee in each place, sort of like an amazing race type of thing Has it been done? The flights and train tickets will be fairly cheap as long as you buy them as far in advance as you are able, especially with the flights. Munich 2 nights. You could spend 3 or 4 days in Paris and then take a train down to Nice for 3 days or so to see Nice, Cannes, and Monaco. I hope this helps. Keep in touch if you have any other questions. As large as it is, the tickets to the famous teams in Europe are usually sold out way in advance, and in many cases you need to be a member in order to get them at all. This is an interesting situation. If I’m understanding your notation correctly, your trip is 37 days and 24 nights. I’m happy that this has helped and I will try to help you with this, although maybe not as much as you hoped. The train from Barcelona to Nice takes 8 hours 20 minutes and leaves in the early afternoon, so you may actually consider flying. You could visit more places in France quite easily, of course, and there are some good suggestions in the article above. Vienna is loaded with great sights, although it’s not one of my favorites partly because it’s very quiet at night unless you are going to the opera or a classical performance. Peru 3. You can then take the Eurostar train to Paris for 3 nights and then a train to Amsterdam for 3 nights before flying back to Ireland and then home. Obviously Switzerland is anything but flat, but they’ve got cable cars and mountain trains and such, so it’s actually pretty easy to get around even with a stroller. Most people can see the main sights in 3 or maybe 4 days. From there it’s actually best to fly somewhere else because the train service between Lisbon and Madrid only goes overnight. From the time you leave your hotel in one city until you are checked into the hotel in the next city, it usually takes most of the middle of a day. 4/12. Although in Kosovo you will need to pay €15 for an extra insurance. The cost is around €90 pp. Though I see cheap flights to Krakow from Berlin, London, Edinburgh in the right time frame. This year we were considering Spain, Canary Islands, France and Italy for Oct. thru Dec. Then the Caribbean for 2-3 months. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks a ton… Nancy. The city of Salzburg itself is just gorgeous and part of that is because it’s in the foothills of the Alps and there is a lovely fortress overlooking the historic center of town, but there are no dramatic Alpine views like those others in the area. Vienna – 1 day (can be removed) The first one I did was best Europe places in February, and I think that should help you get a start. We live in a rural area and not near a large city so we are not used to trains and public transportation. -Roger. Visit the best things to do and local restaurants in Europe! D-13 Wengen, Jungfraujoch, Kleinne Scheidegg, sleep in Wengen. UK > ManU and stonehenge We have done Greece and Russia. I was hoping you could help me decide on a few things about my trip, I’m from South Africa and I’m planning on going to Europe for my first trip. We want to stay in Rome 3 nights, not Paris. What are your thoughts on companies like Monograms? Lucerne & Interlaken (5 nights). Need your help and valuable comments/ suggestions please. I may start recommending this to other people since Bruges has become so popular and Ghent is actually quite similar. Let me know if you have any other questions. This will be my second time to visit Europe, our first time was in May 2016 for 21 days covering London, Bruges, Paris and Bergen. Driving in Italy is confusing and drivers tend to be quite aggressive, plus parking tends to be challenging. I am equally fascinated with both countries.. Can you recommend one which looks clearly better? I would go from Breda straight to Paris and spend 3 (or possibly 4) nights there. Venice, Italy 2.00 Overnight Bus Or you could go from Paris to Barcelona in 6 hours and then to Madrid in two hours from there. So as long as it’s clear when you want to go, you can decide which you are more in the mood for. 4 nights MADRID – 3 nights BARCELONA. We will be entering in Rome and exit in Barcelona. We are interested in going to Paris but are wondering if we should keep our trip contained to Paris and France or branch out to London as well. The queue in the station travel office might be long and if you got unlucky you could miss that departing train. i have 2 extra days on my upcoming trip to europe. The Churchill War Rooms are a big attraction there, so it will be something he will enjoy, more than Dublin. Those would be enjoyable, but not as memorable as Switzerland. A Half Fare Card will obviously get you 50% off your ticket from Lucerne to Basel, but it gives no discount on the Basel to Paris portion. So I’d recommend London and Paris and of course you can get between them on the Eurostar train, but Paris and Amsterdam would also be a great choice. Paris – Sleep in Paris I am Iftekhar.. Day Destination Night stay Nights That sounds like a great trip for a family. The great European road trip! For Oktoberfest it’s best to book your hotel as soon as possible. If you have 14 days in Europe I would suggest choosing 4 or 5 cities that sound interesting, and try to choose cities that are close to each other by train. Sometimes you can find super-cheap flights between cities like this, but those fares don’t include luggage or even a seat assignment. I would be go on a business trip in the 3rd week of October. I will be happy to help with other suggestions once you get the main parts figured out. Obviously you’d have to fly in and out of Athens, and I’m not sure it’s worth it on a trip like this in December. Of course it’s going to take more than one trip to see all of Europe, but this will at least take you to some of the best destinations in Europe and show you just what makes this part of the world so special. A few of your places are close together (Venice to Florence to Rome are about two hours apart each), but some of the others are 5 to 7 hours apart by train. I’m sure all these travelers appreciate your advice and feedback. I have roughly 15 days with me and I am interested for the mentioned countries: Paris You can do most of this by train and that will be an enjoyable part of the experience. At the outset let me thank you for the wonderful website you are running and the great repository of information which you have put in public domain for all to use. There is so much to see and I am at a loss where to start. You can still feel the Tassie magic, even with a shorter amount of time! > Turin (2 nights) because if we go back and forth to Madrid, don’t you think it will be time consuming, or is it the most economic way possible to take this route. The high-speed train from Naples to Rome only takes about 90 minutes, so it’s usually best to book a cheaper flight from Rome. Many of the islands have some nice beaches, but they are rocky on other islands or even mostly cliffs on other islands, so you have to choose carefully. There is a surfing wave on a river in a park that is pretty central and easy to reach in Munich, and it’s worth a look. We planned to visit; If you are sleeping in Gimmelwald or Murren (both highly recommended) then Schilthorn is obviously even more efficient because the peak is only about 50 minutes up the same mountain from Murren. I would recommend Googling “family travel in Amsterdam” or something like that and I’m sure you’ll see plenty of articles discussing the situation. It’s good that you aren’t needing beaches because Europe is still quite chilly until late May or June, so the beaches will be mostly empty in late April. Where do you suggest we visit and what is the best transport between each of these countries, train or plane? Perhaps this is your first time traveling to Europe, or maybe you’ve been before but would like to see it again with fresh eyes. 2. Do you think I’m spending too much of time in a city? Innsbruck is mainly a skiing destination in winter and aside from that there isn’t much to see. The only thing that is a must – Harry Potter London Tour. We are flying in to London and out of London. And that time of year will be very quiet for tourism, so I’d probably skip it and just do Amsterdam. Thanks, Roger! If you have two weeks I would visit London for 3 or 4 days then take the Eurostar to Paris for 3 or 4 days then a train to Amsterdam for 3 days and then fly to Zurich to visit the Interlaken area for 3 days. You could get a ticket from an agency, but it would cost a LOT. Amsterdam – 5 nights(includes day trip to Keukenhof and Zaanse Schans) It might be cheapest to fly in and out of the same airport, and in that case Paris is probably the best choice, but if you can fly cheaper into Amsterdam or London those would work well too. Monte Carlo, as you no doubt know, is one small neighborhood in Monaco, which is tiny itself. With the remaining 6 to 8 days I’d say you have two really good options that are also reasonably priced. I’m a strong advocate for spending 3 days in just about any city you visit. The main problem for me is that I don´t want to spend days at the airports because of the distances between the countries. First off, you can have a meaningful and enjoyable visit anywhere in Europe speaking only English, although some places are slightly more challenging than others. London, Paris and Munich? We will be there for 2 weeks. And book a hotel in Munich as soon as possible because Oktoberfest is so popular that hotels charge double or triple their normal rates and sell out anyway. We already book our tickets and its a dream come true for us. I hope this at least gives you a bit more to think about. Hi Roger, Make our way from southern Portugal to Lisbon to Porto. Let me know if you have any other questions. via Interlaken – Is there a train to Florence? Maybe do a bit of hiking and try amazing food. Indonesia –> Vienna/Ljubljana/Brussels/Amsterdam, just listing the important cities that I know. We are thinking of paris and Amsterdam (one week) or rome, Florence and venice (one week). My strong recommendation is to plan 3 nights in each city you stop in. For your first trip it's best to visit cities that are no more than a 5-hour train ride apart. If you try to stay only one or two nights in any given city it means you spend every day or every other day on trains and in train stations, and not nearly enough time actually sightseeing. For example, London to Amsterdam (which I strongly prefer to anywhere in Belgium for a first visit) from the time you check out of your hotel in London until the time you check into your hotel in Amsterdam it will probably be around 6 hours, and that’s true whether you fly or take trains. Unfortunately I don’t have the time to suggest a full holiday for you including hotels, but I can give you some advice and help you sort out your itinerary once you have a first draft sorted out. If you went north you could go from Paris to Amsterdam to Berlin and to Prague and all on fairly fast and comfortable trains. If you have 9 days I’d really choose 3 cities (rather than countries) and spend 3 nights in each. we are going for 16 days. The best place to start would be one of the cruises that leaves from a popular port in the Mediterranean (and the adjacent seas). On the other hand, there isn’t much advantage to waiting to book, and trying to find hotels on foot once you’ve arrived is not a good strategy in Europe. -Roger. For longer intercity trips such as Amsterdam to Paris, it’s best to buy tickets as long in advance as possible for the lowest fares and most availability. Any thoughts? This will be my kids first trip to Europe (we live in the states). we are thinking of christmas in budapest (2 nights), then italy for 4 nights and then spain or netherlands…really confused regd weather during that time. Then after 3 nights you could take a train down to Aalen for as long as you’d like, and then take a train from there to either Frankfurt or Munich (whichever is cheaper) for a flight to Naples to end the trip. 3)Germany(South Germany probably?) We only have 8 weeks before we leave. Based on the other cities you are visiting, you’d have to wedge Switzerland in between Paris and Berlin, and that would require a flight from Zurich to Berlin because the train is so long and expensive. My article on where to go in France and Italy should also help. Suggest me what maximum part I can cover during this period. Vienna should be a fun place to spend Christmas, although some of the sights are probably going to be closed on 25-December. after reading through your answers i am tempted to form an itinerary and need your kind review. I had revised the itinerary to remove London (Man U/Stonehenge) due to 2 different type of visas required All of the larger cities in Europe will have nice Christmas displays and window shopping that time of year, although most of the events will take place later in the month. Let me know if you have any other questions. I know we are tourists ourselves but I like to try and blend in. After four nights you’d have seen everything you want to see, and you will probably be tired of it as well. This sort of conflict comes up a lot, even in my own relationship. On the way you could explore the Loire Valley or Avignon or Bordeaux or any number of other places in France. Honestly, Brussels isn’t a great tourist city (it’s mostly filled with government employees and big companies). Tickets are pretty cheap if you buy them far enough in advance. The scenery there is amazing and really the best in Europe. For Greece, you’d have to fly into Athens because there are no fast trains that go there, and you’d want to spend 3 nights. Then you can do a self-guided tour of the 3rd and 4th floors. Nice is a great choice because it’s a lovely city that is also a short train ride from Monaco and Cannes. Europe; North America; Asia; Resources; Disclosures; North America 3 Weeks in California – An Epic Road Trip Itinerary. When planning a trip, the first thing we tend to do is to check for the best airfare deals.While a lot of travelers do go in the low season months of August and July, there's certainly a reason why the best time to set your Europe itinerary 3 weeks is summertime. That said I don’t have to hold it to that week. I hope you enjoyed it! There is year-round snow on top of Jungfrau and usually nearby Schilthorn, but the lifts are lower on the mountains. thinking about some parts of the mediterranean or Greak Isles. Let me know if you have any other questions. If we decided to take this trip, what is the best transportation? I am from Mumbai and planning a trip with my parents next month to Europe [ starting on 11th and ending on 17th]. (3 nights) Rome (3 nights) and a western cruise..(liverno, Cannes, Palma, Barcelona, Naples ) Looking forward to your kind advise. Florence is mostly flat and it’s very worthwhile since it’s the capital of Tuscany and one of Europe’s most historic and interesting cities. If you are locked into 11 days then I would skip Brussels and save Barcelona for a future trip. (This part of the trip, preferably by train – what do you suggest). Most of the ones that I’ve heard of also tend to have slightly remote locations, although there probably are some in central cities. Answer 1 of 8: Hi all, I am planning a summer road trip to Europe. Thanks so much. Copenhagen is pretty remote, as you certainly know, and if you are going somewhere else in Denmark it might take even more time. Salzburg would be wonderful if you could mix it in. Saint Kitts and Nevis I had a similar trip in June 2014 and visited Interlaken, Prague, Budapest, Zagreb/Plitvice and 7 days in Italy visiting Rome, Venice, Florence and Cinque Terre and flew home back from Milan. -Roger. Since you have mentioned that Brussels doesnt offer much as a tourist place, I was planning to make Ghent as my base and then cover Brugge and be back at Ghent. Paris – sleep in Paris This should at least help you get more of your plan together on your own. Or you could go from Paris down to Nice for a few days on your way to Italy. –If we have to miss one or two places, can you suggest the ones where we don’t waste too much time in travel? Have a great trip. Day 13: Fly back home, Please advise if the above plans are better than my previous planned itinerary? Or you can go London to Brussels and then to Amsterdam on the Eurostar. This is awesome site you have, and thanks for all the information you give so diligently. Venice – 1 night Hi Roger. Day 8, 9, 10: Rome WIll be very happy to hear from you. This sounds like quite a trip. 3. nigh life party – 2-3 days For example, you could take a train from Paris to Rothenburg ob der Tauber for one night (it’s a small and very charming tourist town) and then a train to Munich for 3 nights before a flight to Rome. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thank you. And the train ride from Venice to Rome only takes a few hours more. Anything else? And as I mentioned, there are increasing numbers of veg and vegan restaurants opening up where you could order anything on the menu. we wish to see the northern light. So again, it’s not that Greece looks “clearly” better, as I’m a big fan of Spain and have spent far more time there. Your itinerary looks quite good. Uganda The town of Interlaken itself is pretty nice, but Lucerne is quite a bit more interesting and charming. In other words, if you have 7 days you should choose 2 or perhaps 3 cities (rather than countries) to visit. For Switzerland I’d say the shortest worthwhile visit would be 3 days in the Interlaken area, which is discussed in detail in my article on where to go in Switzerland on a short trip. What I’d recommend would be to stay 3 nights in Amsterdam (although 2 would still be okay) and skip Brussels and Bruges on this trip. Paris to Venice flight: 1 hour 35 minutes Those city passes like the Vienna Pass CAN be a good deal for some visitors, but it really depends on your goals and travel style. Buy a Swiss pass and catch the 1059 am to Interlaken.. Have a few questions here – 1. 2. I will look in the next few days, I was advised to purchase my train tickets as soon as possible. -Roger. Cesky Krumlov is a charming small village (and also quite cheap), which is a nice contrast from the largest cities such as Prague or Vienna. If I were you I’d still focus on Croatia, especially if it’s less travel time. Ive been looking into visiting beachy head and seeing the seven sisters and maybe end up in portsmouth to explore the old british navy. Now I know that won´t be nice for them…The time of the year would be middle august to middle September. Right now it’s still the 2017 edition, but I will update it to the 2018 edition within the next week or so. I was lucky to receive a bonus, so we are doing a 2 week river cruise Budapest – Amsterdam. -Roger, So happy I stumbled on your site, thank you, it is really interesting and informative! Philippines But if you are going in September or later it would probably be very nice. Hi Roger we are planning a 20 day Europe from 18th May 2019 to 7th June 2019. 5. Beijing, But I don’t think I’d do just two nights in Santorini. Is this your recommended direction of things? I’d say your best 3 options would be the ones you already mentioned. From there I found a train ride to Interlaken taking roughly 11-12 hours traveling at night. in these 5 days, we are planning to cover Jungfrau, mt. I’d do 2 or 3 days in Nice and then about 24 hours in Venice (or two days if you prefer) and then 3 days in Florence and 3 days in Rome. Fly into London and spend 3 or 4 nights there. I’d definitely go by train on as many of your stops as possible. Hi Roger, Probably you missed out my question. The problem is that traveling from one city to another will take most of a day in most cases, and if you travel every other day it means that your sightseeing time is cut in half. But that’s about all. I want to see as much as possible but also don’t want to rush! I’ve actually slept on one in Bratislava that is now just a docked hotel. That’s so helpful. More interested in countryside and a convenient stop between Amsterdam & Venice).Family lives in Frankfurt. Thank you very much for giving your comments. We want to see Spain, France, Portugal and Italy. Cologne has an interesting city center and its famous cathedral, but Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Bonn, and Frankfurt were all mostly destroyed in WWII and now they are modern business cities without much to see. If you are going to fly back into Paris on the same day you are flying home you also need to pay close attention to which airports you’ll be using. Hostels are great value and also the best way to get plugged into activities and other travelers in your age group. If you have to fly in and out of the same city you could do the first version and then take the Eurostar train from Paris to London and then head to Heathrow from there. Keen to check on Krakow too – but dont want too much.. August just before the kids will appreciate those season tends to be too much of first. 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