Traveling Europe the month of October (via trains & planes) and will end up in Spain for the whole month of Nov. Trying to do all the planning now and would like some input. Where do you suggest we go and what would you see.
Us: mid to late 20 year olds....not really interested in the club scene or making this a trip of partying. More interested in relaxing and checking out things like the Louvre and the Colosseum etc. Small towns are nice too (more of the real feeling of the people etc.). Free things to do is also very nice!!
Definitely interested in enjoying some beaches if the weather is not too cold during those months.
Based on what you said and the fact that you're heading to Spain at the end, I'd check out Arles, France. I've never been there myself, but have heard rave reviews. It's in the south of France, and is (from what I hear) an easy-going town with lots of history and a colosseum of it's own. Sounds like it might fit you and your trip well
Thanks Wonkerer....I'll look into Arles.
well if you have time and strength you should start with:
Turkey ( istanbul for museums and historic stuff, kapadokya and pamukkale for natural miracles)
Greece ( athens- for acropolis and all other stuff)
Italy ( florence venice and rome must seen )
France ( paris - louvre etc. and some chaeteu in brest or araound)
Holland - Amsterdam ( for van gogh museum)
germany - Berlin ( just go there and feel the city for a 2 days)
Austria - Wien ( listen to one of the greatest orchestrates )
Cezech repuublic - Prague ( lovely city)
and for alternative , dubrovnik, budapest, tallin, riga, nordic fyords, stockholm , brussels, milan, naples, monte carlo,
and for spain barcelona is the best place I ve ever seen over there. you can spend a week there without taking any day offs. I also heard that san sebastian is very good and valencia is culturally booming at nowadays.