We are heading to Europe in June 2017 for about a month. It's my mom and I, and we are experienced travelers looking to see as much of Europe as possible, while also allowing for a bit of downtime and R&R. Any suggestions on a travel route or itinerary? I'll be needing to work remotely on occasion, so WiFi is fairly important.
We can fly into one city and out of an other, and can purchase rail passes. But ideally, we'd like to spend 3-4 days per location.
Any suggestions are welcome!
I have planned for a month's travel in Europe for next year (probably in May). I am from Asia and I am a budget traveller.I would like to share my itenerary with you.
Hope it will help you.
Day 1 Fly from home to St Petersburg Stay in St Peterburg (6 nights)
Day 7 Fly from St Petersburg to Oslo Stay in Oslo (4 nights)
Day 11 Train from Oslo to Copenhagen Stay in Copenhagen (4 nights)
Day 15 Fly from Copenhagen to Budapest Stay in Budapest (4 nights)
Day 19 Train from Budapest to Bucharest Stay in Bucharest (4 nights)
Day 23 Fly from Bucharest to Athens Stay in Athens (2nights)
Day 25 Fly from Athens to Santorini Stay in Santorini (2 nights)
Day 27 Fly from Santorini to Athens Stay in Athens (2nights)
Day 30 Fly back home
[ Edit: Edited on 12-Jul-2016, at 00:00 by PeterKoh ]
There is no 'best' route for everyone, it isn't a one size fits all thing.
Do your research, figure out what places sound like they would interest you, go to the first one and stay till you are ready to move on. Go to the second one. When your time or money runs out, go home. You may or may not get to all the places on your list but you will have spend the right amount of time in each of those you did get to.
I was planning for 2016, but need to start thinking about 2017.