This is the itinerary I have in mind:
- 2 days in Norway to see the Aurora Borealis.
- 1 day in Amsterdam.
- 3 days in Paris + 1 day at Versailles
- 1 day in Switzerland
- 2 days in Rome + 1 day to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa (or can I squeeze Pisa in the 2 days?)
- Flight from Rome to Santorini. Spend one whole day there.
- Flight from Santorini to Athens. Spend 2 days in Athens.
- Go home.
15-18 days of travel.
Coming from Singapore. One person traveling (Female).
Will not be staying in hostels in Paris, Rome, Santorini and Greece.
I need the following information:
- Transportation from one country to another
- Daily food expenses (To be safe, let's assume I'll be eating McDonald's every now and then.)
- City tours, museums, and other fees I need to pay while traveling.
Hope someone can give me a breakdown of the expenses. Thanks!
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I haven't yet travelled much as you plan in Europe but I try to answer seeing some stupid answers you got so far. As my understanding your plans will work by traveling in trains. There are trains that connect those cities you look for. You can get air tickets for atlest $400 for most of the trips. Train can be fun and cheaper. There are some tour companies that help you see all that places with their package. But in that case you have to change schedule according to their plan. If I were in your place I will do the trip with a combination of train and air travel. For food you need to separate $60-100 per day per person. Food is expensive in Europe more than in America. Taxi travels for sight seeings are not too expensive in those cities. Buses are available but slow. If you book your air travel 6 months earlier most flights you can get cheaper. For example from Newyork to London you can get for $900 if you book very early . But it will be $2500 -4000 when you try at a closer day.
This is a ridiculous itinerary, I'm afraid. It takes a day to get between all these places so you actually have no time in Amsterdam, no time in Switzerland (which is a whole country), and about two hours on Santorini.
please look at a map and try again. 3 days in each place with a day to travel between. So your two weeks gives you about three or four places.
ok first of, once you get to Europe , fairly the northern section, this is really elementary to commute by technique of prepare - and cheap! The southern/jap section is low priced no count number the way you commute. the biggest hits those years is Bulgaria, like Golden Sands or Varna, the position there's a astounding type of children hotels that you'll crash in for close to to not something. another places with an excellent type of children hotels is Greece- Rhodes, Golden coastline etc. Spain, is likewise generic those years. in spite of the undeniable fact that the coolest thanks to commute is on a cruise ! What you wanna look out for, fairly contained in the southern/jap component to Europe, is pocket thieves, and be useful to learn each and every thing is o.k. earlier paying for it.