8 Mistakes Not to Make When Planning a Europe Trip

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Planning a trip to Europe? These are the most common mistakes that people make when planning their Eurotrip. I’ve traveled Europe quite a bit so I’m telling you the things to do and not to do when it comes to a vacation in Europe.

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How to Travel Europe– Transportation Options: https://youtu.be/0nljmrloXG0?list=PL6u96nZN-L_ZXVeh4NTp6ewYdC8jZjhnJ

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  1. Paraag Agrawal
    Paraag Agrawal says:

    Hi, I was planning to visit Europe with my partner in mid to late March 2018 for about 15-20 days. I was thinking Spain and a few more countries to pair with. We like perfect weather to a lil chilly, but not too cold. Not hot for sure. We like to party at night, and also take in breathtaking views if possible. We don't like crowded places, unless it's an EDM concert. 😛 Which cities do you recommend we visit?

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  2. Jordan wang
    Jordan wang says:

    I'm going to europe for around 2-3 month for a backpacking trip. (april-june)
    1, what would you say the odds are of me getting robbed for other kind of dangers if I only hitch hike and couch surf?
    2, are there places that I can tent at?
    3, if I want to see amazing sites (like amazing natural environments, preferably with water) where do you suggest I go?

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  3. Norm Alex
    Norm Alex says:

    Love your tips for travelling to Europe, very helpful… just one question most site says November is the worst month, it grey, damp and cold….How true us this…

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  4. Morena Linda
    Morena Linda says:

    Question about your tip #7… Have you traveled solo (to Europe) as a female and how did you like it, and would you recommend? I went to Spain 13 years ago (not as a solo traveler) in the middle of the summer, when tourism wasn't as big as it is now.. And and looking to go back as a solo traveler (but with a tour group) or just sola with no tour group, and eat, book some tours there, take the hugh speed train.. Etc… What are your thoughts

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  5. Swetha D
    Swetha D says:

    Is it worth to visit Europe in November? Will it be able to withstand the cold during November? We are planning to travel from India so suggest us regarding the weather in November

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  6. Amalachi Mmayie
    Amalachi Mmayie says:

    Hi! I'm planning on going on a European tour this 23rd December on my own for this will be my 1st vacation ever and I want to know the non famous countries to go to. Also what should be my near amount to such for the trip? I just need help so I can have fun and save up a lot. From hostels or renting homes to site seeing . I want to be smart on things for I want see and try New things.

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  7. hd7868
    hd7868 says:

    Choosing not to visit the capital cities will give you a more authentic experience of the country.
    Here's my alternative list.
    1. UK – York
    2. France – Versailles
    3. Spain – Palma
    4. Italy – Florence
    5. Croatia – Dubrovnik
    6. Czech republic – Ostrava
    7. Poland – Lodz
    8. Germany – Trier

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  8. Gullu Chaudhary
    Gullu Chaudhary says:

    Hi i am planning to spent a whole month in eastern Europe (because its cheap). At first i thought to spend whole month in prague or only in czech. To feel the city completely like local. but now as i see many good cities like vienna , brastislava , budapest, zagreb, split, dubrovnik and mostar are also there. even trip can be further expended to greece (santorini etc). I am a type of guy who dont like to travel too much mainstream locations.and dont like to visit SIMILAR type of cities. I want something different on every new stop. i like unknown hidden, most beautiful and peaceful places to visit.Right now i m confused about where to stop and where not to waste time. i want something DIFFERENT on every new stop. So please kindly suggest me the BEST ITINERARY for my eastern europe trip. I want my trip to be UNIQUE and best in every possible way

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  9. Gabrielle Thornton
    Gabrielle Thornton says:

    But aren't a lot of the big cities airports cheaper to fly into? Ex: Rome is cheaper to fly into from the US than Naples or Florence.

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  10. zuhair hadi
    zuhair hadi says:

    how if i want to plan to buy a flight ticket, and im from egypt, i mean the ticket around europe.. do i need to buy it month early? or wait till i get to the europe to buy it? and whats your opinion about transportation while travelling around the europe? (plane,interrail or car)

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  11. Mohana B
    Mohana B says:

    Hey I am planning to visit Europe for 10-12 days in the late december and early January. currently my initial itinerary looks like this. Rome-venice – Bern- paris – Bruges – amsterdam – Berlin- Prague- Vienna- Budapest. Do you think it's feasible ? please share your feedback and any suggestions on the same.

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  12. Chris Davila
    Chris Davila says:

    Thank you so much for posting very useful information. I just have a couple of questions, I am currently deployed in a mission in Africa and can go for around 15 days (less taking into consideration my traveling days), so I want to do a Euro trip. My ideals places to visit were London, Amsterdam, Paris, Switzerland and if possible Italy, depending on the time an money, by train. Which of these countries would you recommend having in mind that Amsterdam is a must for me? Also, I have august and January available to do so, would you recommend January?

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  13. verobloom9
    verobloom9 says:

    I'll be there end of June, london, paris and madrid.. what are the essentials to pack? Especially shoes! I don't want to look touristy, but want to be comfortable (am a plis size gal as well lol)Any helpful tips would be greatly appreciated:)
    Thank you!

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  14. Anshul Varshney
    Anshul Varshney says:

    oh man I should have watched it before preparing my trip.
    Have done all the things opposite
    planned my trip in summers
    planned my trip in major cities ..
    haha liked and subscribed

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  15. Iresh Rie Dacian
    Iresh Rie Dacian says:

    I can soooooo relate with #6. The travel buddy. More on expectation on the night life. Hahahaha. It's like, usually, I'm a stay at home person but hey! we're in other country, why don't we try the nightlife they have, right? Hahahaha.

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  16. abhisek maji
    abhisek maji says:

    Me and my friend planning for a bagpack euro trip on february.we are planning to visit 1.london 2.paris 3.Amsterdam 4.rome 5.barcelona 6.madrid..we ll do couchsurfing and will spend as minimum as possible.our budget is around 3600 €(including visa ,air fare etc ,we are travelling from india).tell me is it enough or we ll need more budget!thanks..any suggestion is heartily wecomed..!

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