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Thanks to Prajwal for the wonderful guidance. We've managed to prepare an itinerary for all the places we're visiting.
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I'm travelling with my parents to Europe. However, all we have until now are the flight tickets and visa (and cancelable bookings for hotels). We've not frozen our itinerary yet and therefore been unable to book accommodation and tickets.
The reason we're in this state is because we thought of planning our trip ourselves but things only seem to get more complex as we read up. We'll have 14 days and are looking to cover approximately: Paris, Lucerne, Venice, Florence, Rome and if it makes sense one of either Nice or the Amalfi Coast.
Me, my wife and our (almost) 2 yr old son want to visit Greece and we have many questions about cost, convenience, recommendations, etc...
We are a couple who like to backpack around 2-3 days in Paris, a day in the South of France and rest of the days in Italy! We love exploring old places and interested in history, but not 'spend hours in museums' kind. We will be reaching France on 6th June and leaving from Milan on 22nd June.
Would need recommendations on budget accommodations, best way to travel between places (train/air/car), what is a must see and what can be missed. We would love to explore a couple of real italian village towns if possible.
We both are foodies but not the fine dining type. Would love to eat what the locals eat.
Looking forward to your suggestions.
Paris - > Nice - > Rome - > Naples - > Florence - > Venice - > Milan
We would like to fit in Cinque Terra too here if possible. Not very keen on spending a lot of time in Florence.
Need help in understanding the best mode of transport b/w all these places, where to travel first etc.
Some logistics around managing a SIM card that works in France and Italy would also help.
We understand most of the 'attractions' have a long waiting queue. Would like some tips on beating the queue as well.
PS: We have booked accommodation in Paris already and are need help in planning the trip from Nice onwards.
I'm planning a trip to Scandinavia. Will share more details as we discuss.
We a group of 5 people are planning for a trip to visit Europe this summer. And this is what we would be looking for.
-Greece, Slovenia, Italy, Austria, South of Germnay (Bavaria) for 20 days
- In the second half of August (Flexible with this)
- 5 guys (age ~25 years around)
-Adventure, Activities, Off-Beat, Night-Life, Road trip, Camping
- Budget Accommodation - 10~15 Euros / day / person
- All are vegetarian
Hi, I am a vegan living in Dubai. I would like to make a short trip in mid-june for 6-8 days. I will fly out using Hungarian airline Wizzair from Dubai to Bucharest. From there I would like an itinerary that allows me to see Dracula's castle, then after that I would like to visit (in no particular order) Macedonia, Bulgaria, Albania, Montenegro. I would like to know if it is possible to to this by train or bus rather than plane as I would like to see the scenery if possible. I am also open to an adventure/trek and spending 1-2 days in each country.
I would like to end my trip and fly back to Dubai or Sharjah using any low cost carrier from Greece or Bulgaria or Turkey.
Lodging budget is max 70 euros. Flights budget I am not too worried about. Once you give me an itinerary I will book my flights.
I am pure vegan and have serious diet problems when I travel. Hope you can recommend vegan friendly places if you know of them.
If you feel the number of days is too less, please give me an itinerary of maximum 9 days (if it costs me extra I will pay on this website). I am interested in seeing ancient historical castles and ruins. I am not interested in shopping, partying or getting drunk.
Iam attending the world young leader conference to be held at Matera,Italy during Oct' 1-5.
1. I plan on reaching Italy ( Milan/Rome) couple of days before the conference starts and visit places
2. Post Oct' 5th , I would want to visit other European destinations
3. Would want to leave for India from Paris a week /10 days later.
4. I want to fly out of Hyderabad airport
5. I want to do this backpacker kind of a trip & would be traveling alone.
6. I can be reached on +91-9704377774
Planning a 16 day europe trip.
Paris - 2 days
Switzerland - Zungfrou or Mt. Titlis/Interlaken - 2 days
Italy : Cinque Terra (1.5 day)
Italy : Florence, Pisa (1 day)
Italy : Tuscany ( 1 day)
Italy : Rome (3 days - potentially add Naples and Pompei)
Italy : Venice (1 day) ( Verona on the side can be done - Opera can be done here)
Austria : Vienna ( 1 day)
Austria : Salzburg (1 day)
Greece or Italy? (You suggest considering the weather in January)
Departure Date - 31st Dec or 2nd Jan
With my Wife (Honeymoon)
Relaxed trip. Interests in Scenic/Natural Beauty, history/culture.
Budget - Rs. 2 lacs to Rs. 3 lacs
Trip duration - 9 to 10 nights excluding travel time to and from India.
Note - We can also club both Greece & Italy if possible or Greece & Turkey , if possible.
St. Raphael, Cote d'Azur and other parts of Provence, France.
August 30, 2015 through September 13, 2015.
My wife and I, both in our early 70's and in very good health, are staying in St. Raphael, France from 30 August to 6 September.
We are flying into Geneva, Switzerland around August 26, staying there for two night, going onto Lyon, France by rental car for two nights.
From Lyon we will travel south to St. Raphael to be there on August 30.
We will have a car in St. Raphael, but mainly for very local travel. We plan to use train to explore coastal areas. We need help in planning our activties for week in Cote d'Azur. Places of interest are Nice, St. Tropez, perhaps Monaco if reasonable trip. Narrow gauge train north out of Nice is of interest. Grand Canyon is of interest. We enjoy walking in scenic and interesting places, but are beyond hiking that involves much vertical, up or down. We enjoy historic and ancient architecture/ruins. We enjoy eating and wine, but with reasonable prices ($75 to $100 for dinner and glass of wine each).
After our stay in St. Raphael we wish to visit places of interest, beauty, and/or historical significance in Provence as we meander north back to Geneva for a September 13 flight back to Boston. Hill towns are of interest as are Roman era structures, and even bigger towns with interesting centers and sites. We have not made any arrangements for lodging for this part of our trip. We're open to back roads (we'll have GPS) as long as they aren't in the mountains with many narrow windy turns. We need help on planning a nice itinerary.
For lodging we would like to stay in the $150/nt range. Ideally, we would spend three nights in each of two locations in Provence from which we could take daily auto trips to other locales. Having a few interesting restaurants closeby is important for dinner. Close by is within walking distance (preferable) or a five/ten minute drive.
If you have any insights for our short stays in Geneva and Lyon for lodging/restaurants/sight-seeing, we'd love to hear about them.
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.
Jim and Bev Delaney
Reading, MA, USA