A few of my friends and i are planning a trip to europe next year anfter we graduate. We will be flying into London and from there be going to Paris, Amsterdam, Munich, and then to Italy. We wil be spending a week to a little over a week in each place and i was wondering ROUGHLY (i stress that) how much money would be enough to bring, not including airfare?
Weelll - obviously it will depend on your spending habits - but it looks like you've picked some of the most expensive places in Europe so I would bank on $300-$1000 dollars per week, according to taste....
If you are worried about the money aspects of the trip, have you considered going on a tour or talking with a travel agency? You can usually get better deals when wanting to visit places and such for your money when you go on a vacation that way.
I agree with kal.
When you say "not including airfare" what exactly have you paid for already? Have you covered your accomodation in these places or is that to come out of your weekly budget?
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Add 10-30 percent to get the figures for London, 5-20 percent for Paris and the other of Western Europe's big cities.
[ Edit: Edited at Jul 26, 2006 12:40 PM by t_maia ]
i can only suggest a tourist guide for italy which give you phone number to contact directly hotel and restaurant. I'm shure you will be able to find a very convenient accommodation in italy.
The guide is aviable at http://www.italynet.it