How to Choose Where to Go on Your Europe Trip

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The 2nd video in the Europe Trip Planning Series– I’m teaching you how to decide which destinations to visit on your Eurotrip. I talk about the maximum number of places you should plan to visit while in Europe, how to choose which destinations are best for your trip type and budget, and the mistake that I made while planning my own Europe trip.

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  1. CNVideos
    CNVideos says:

    In my most recent trip to Europe, I decided where to go by asking myself, "Where haven't I been?" So it was mostly Scandinavia, the Baltics, parts of Eastern Europe, and the "mini-nations" of Liechtenstein, San Marino, Monaco and Andorra.

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  2. Tonay Biswas
    Tonay Biswas says:

    thanks for the valuable info. My budget is 1000 US$. I m a bacgpacker. I m from India, want to visit popular sites and offbeat which is sceniclybeautiful in Europe.
    please suggest the itinerary..

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  3. speleokeir
    speleokeir says:

    Think about inter-railing. You will get a number of free days and half price days (how many depends on the length of your pass). Use the free days for long/expensive journeys (some countries are more expensive to travel in).

    The best thing about inter-railing is getting a sleeper train. Use your free days for this. The two big advantages of this is that it saves you the cost of a nights accommodation and you don't waste a day traveling. Instead you set off in the evening and then wake up in another country which you can start exploring almost as soon as you get off the train. So basically you get more days to do stuff other than travel AND save money. Win win!

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  4. Divine Grace Rafanan
    Divine Grace Rafanan says:

    One day was enough for each of the 5 countries I visited in Europe. Worked out for me because I was focused in just one city, a solo traveler and I was satisfied without seeing the inside of any amazing structures I came across (plus, you gotta pay extra for those). I don't suggest hopping from one country to another consecutively, however. I'd use an extra day to chill and recharge. Next time I'll try to include a train ride from a country to another.

    Hearings several different foreign languages wasn't an issue, but I sure did miss hearing and speaking English ?

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  5. Quarty
    Quarty says:

    I'm doing 4 countries staying at least 4 nights each. Central (south?) of Italy (Ischia, Amalfi coast, and rome), Switzerland (Interlaken, Jungfrau region) France (Paris and surrounding areas) and Scotland (Edinburgh and a 5 day trip through the isle of sky and Hebrides islands). The only exception for the 4 night rule is London, where is a weekend trip for us. We had to be picky about our limit of countries and we picked 4, but as a major harry potter fan. I really want to do the harry potter studio tour. So thought maybe see a bit London while we are there, probably the major spots. Unfortunately we only have so much time and London isn't one of our top choices.

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  6. Go Far Grow Close
    Go Far Grow Close says:

    Great Video! I write a travel blog that focuses on travel with children. I am often asked questions about destinations and time in each spot. You forget, once you become a seasoned travel, that these are difficult questions for those that don't travel very much.

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  7. Shahnaz Panali
    Shahnaz Panali says:

    Hi, I'm planning to travel with my hubby to Europe for 45 days, and I have booked my flights from Bangalore to Paris on 29th March and return from Paris on 15th May 2017 I am planning to take global pass .Please help me how best to utilise the global pass .I want to cover paris , Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Salzburg ,Austria florance Venice, Rome ,Switzerland, Greece, suggest me a good itinerary.
    Thank you

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  8. WanderingLana
    WanderingLana says:

    I'll have 10 days in December to travel in Europe. This is my first time (I'll have spent 5 days in London and a semester in Belfast by the time I get to December). I'm considering spending three nights in Paris, four in Venice, and three in Vienna. Do you think this is too much to pack into ten days?

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  9. TimeAndChance
    TimeAndChance says:

    Sounds like see parts of cheaper East Eur. with lots of good quality sites to see is a good bet. See Prague, the mountain lakes in the High Tatras, the Dalmatian coast. Make your overnite stays in E. Europe & slip across the borders to see some stuff in more expensive countries on day trips (eg. it's not far from Bratislava to Vienna or Slovenia to n'ern Italy). If u have lots of $$, then head to pricey Oslo & other Scandinavia, London, Paris, & Swiss cities like Zurich.

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