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1. Posted by BroinerGer (Budding Member 2 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Hey Y'all,

Need some serious help.Thinkin of doing europe for two months from mid july to mid september but need a hand working out the financials.I'd probably grab an interrail ticket, so taking out transport,does anyone know how much would I need on a daily basis if I was camping/hostelling?Anyone know how much beer/food would be?(I'm Irish,the beer price is as important as the food!!!)
Starting in Lisbon through major cities in Spain,france,Italy,switzerland,austria,Czech rep. and finishing up at the Oktoberfest in Munich.

A rough estimate from an experienced hand would be brilliant help! I'd be much obliged.

Many Thanks,


2. Posted by acerX (Budding Member 14 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

The Lonely Planet Western Europe Guidebook says to expect 30 Euros/day for budget travellers, 90 euros/day for mid grade, and no cap for all the luxuries.

I am figuring around 15-20 euros for hostels, 10-15 for food (may be a little more), the rest of my 50 euro/day budget will be museums and transportation.

3. Posted by coldwarspy (Travel Guru 1108 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

hey yeah 15-20 euros per night for hostels

Beer in said countries range from cheap (Spain, Czech) 2 euros - to expensive (France, Swiss) 4-5 Euros.

Does interrail work in Swizterland? Make sure cause Trains in Swiss are sooooooooooooooooo expensive.

Oktoberfest - make sure u book asap for a hostel in Munich (Meninger Hostel on Landsberger is close to the site)

Food - Shop at grocers. Lidl is the best option!

4. Posted by BroinerGer (Budding Member 2 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Thanks for the replies.I was thinking of a budget of 40 euros a day.I think it would sufficient enough.

5. Posted by BlankFrack (Respected Member 280 posts) 12y Star this if you like it!

Just browsing through this thread, but I thought I'd say that inter-rail definitely works in Switzerland and you don't need to pay supplements of any kind.