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Honeymoon in Europe - Idea for a Euro Roadtrip

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1. Posted by kerna98 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 6y Star this if you like it!

Hey everyone, great forum you got here.

I'm going on my honeymoon next year and we are planning to go to Europe, but on a 2-3 month holiday. The idea is to rent a car and drive around western Europe.

I have worked out two different routes which are at the links below. First off we start at Amsterdam and make our way up to the top of Germany, then to Denmark then over to Sweden and end in Oslo, Norway.

We would then get a flight down to Berlin in Germany and make our way down to Prague, Munich, Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest and end in Zagreb. Then fly to Barcelona for a little tour around Spain.

Route 1
Route 2

I guess i just want some opinions on those routes i have chosen. Any cities that are worth adding on to the list or any way i could improve the trip.

Thanks in advance,

[ Edit: Fixed broken links. ]

2. Posted by sunnyl (Budding Member 17 posts) 6y Star this if you like it!

hi adam,

well, i would not rent a car for hole time. that is to expensive.
maybe just take a train sometimes or flight but not always car. the petrol is expensive for example in germany.

i would change the second part of u tour. after norway u should maybe start in east europe and go up to munich and then from munich book a cheap flight to barcelona.
maybe like this zagreb(well i have no idea why do u want to go to zagreb, nothing special).

Zagreb-->Budapest-->Bratislava and stay there longer and make a one or two days trip to vienna(bratislava is cheaper to stay then vienna but not far away from vienna by train) and from there to beautiful prague. then from prague there is a train connection to munich.

maybe u should forget zagreb and go to poland! much better!

nice journey

3. Posted by Angeliq (First Time Poster 1 posts) 6y Star this if you like it!

Where are you from Adam? there are some great 'Drive Europe' car deals for non-EU citizens. We drove Europe for our honeymoon last year - it was fantastic.

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