Sunday, February 5, 2012

What is the cheapest way to travel to europe?

i wanna go multiple countries such as italy, Frances, England, Spain. would i go on the escorted tour or what? suggest me some good travel company if you have?What is the cheapest way to travel to europe?The costs depend on exactly when you visit, where you visit, where you're coming from, how long you stay, how you get around, rather you stay in hotels, hostels or have other arrangements, and what you see/do/eat. Generally, it will be cheaper to organize everything yourself than to use a tour company. Of course, that's also a lot more work and you don't have the tour guides to smooth things out while you're traveling around.

The hotels I stay in generally run from 100 to 150 euro per night - you can find cheaper places though if budget is an issue and there are also hostels and monastery/convent stays. As a rule of thumb, you could get by with around $100 per day staying in cheap hostels with hotels it will be somewhat more. Here are some resources that can help you plan and check prices: - airfares - budget flights especially good within Europe. For longer trips, this can be a better option than the trains.鈥?/a> - train schedules and prices in Italy. It is almost always cheaper to buy individual tickets for the trains here in Italy rather than trying to use a railpass.

From rome, Florence is only 1 hr 35 min on a fast train and there are many other good possibilities for a day trip from the city. - trains throughout Europe including much more information on selecting ans using railpasses to get around if they suit your trip. As noted above, it is not always best to use a pass. This site will tell you how to determine whether a pass is worth th money and which pass will best suit you. It also has links to the national train sites where you can find schedules and price individual tickets. Note that a Eurail pass is not valid in the UK. - hotels - prices for the same hotel can vary hugely depending on the season and what local events are going on. - hostels. - monasterys %26amp; convents that offer accommodations鈥?/a> - festivals, exhibitions and events - information %26amp; advice

Check the websites for entrance fees for the museums %26amp; galleries you're interested in. I spend anywhere between nothing and 40 euro a day depending on exactly what I go to see when out exploring.

I often spend 25 to 50 euro for a meal, but I like to try the local specialties and some of the better restaurants, but you can eat well for less. Here in Italy, a pizza is 8 to 13 euro and a panino or wrap is around 3 to 6.50 euro in many places. You can also shop in the markets and put some meals together for yourselves.

The time of year to go depends to some extent on your interests. Personally, I particularly like April - mid June or September-October which isn't so hot an humid in southern Europe and is not as crowded as the peak. There are interesting festivals and events throughout the year though. I've been in Europe for 12 years now and still have only scratched the surface of things to see and do. Take whatever time and budget you have available and fit something reasonable in. Do check distances and travel times and plan to stop in each location you choose to visit long enough to actually see and appreciate things. A lot of questions here have very ambitious plans which if followed through will allow the travelers to see a lot of airports and train stations, but not much else.What is the cheapest way to travel to europe?
Probably using trains. One of my dad's friends did that. The problem with this is that it requires some planning and organization. Also, it's pretty tiring (and it would be hard if you are going with more than just yourself).

As for tours, I wouldn't be able to help you there. But I have done one (can't remember what it was called). And it took me through central Europe. It was worth it. But just like I said before. By the end your butt and your legs will hurt from shear amount of sitting and walking.What is the cheapest way to travel to europe?You can go to most of Europe in 18 days for $6000. 1. Rent a car (Very Cheap) 2. buy gas 3. Book some hotels 4. Fly to the cheapest location you want to go to and start there. 5. ProfitWhat is the cheapest way to travel to europe?
Hitch hike :-)What is the cheapest way to travel to europe?swim?

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