• Europe Trip - Best countries/cities to visit in Europe for two weeks?

    So neither my wife and I have been to Europe, and we'd like to go next year. Ideally we want to go to Europe for two weeks and visit multiple cities(2-4). What do you think it the best route we should take that will get us the best bang for our dollar? Once we get in Europe the plan would be to take the train... show more
    So neither my wife and I have been to Europe, and we'd like to go next year. Ideally we want to go to Europe for two weeks and visit multiple cities(2-4). What do you think it the best route we should take that will get us the best bang for our dollar? Once we get in Europe the plan would be to take the train to neighboring countries/cities.
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • European beaches?

    which countries have the best beaches in Europe?
    which countries have the best beaches in Europe?
    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • What is the best travel destination in Europe?

    Best answer: Just one? It would have to be London.
    Best answer: Just one? It would have to be London.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • How much would a 2 month trip to europe cost at the minimum?

    My friend wants to go to Italy for two months, and she was looking for someone to go with her and I said I d go. I also agreed to go with her to Ireland when she goes, also for two months. I ve never traveled before, and have no idea the price range I m looking at. So assuming we cut prices wherever possible, such... show more
    My friend wants to go to Italy for two months, and she was looking for someone to go with her and I said I d go. I also agreed to go with her to Ireland when she goes, also for two months. I ve never traveled before, and have no idea the price range I m looking at. So assuming we cut prices wherever possible, such as buying plane tickets in advance, and everything else we could do, about how much would it cost to go there from America, costs of hotel rooms, and rental car? I know there would be many other costs such as gas, and food, but how much would it be for just those things?
    20 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Europe tour?

    I am a single female, planning to travel around three places in Europe for two weeks ( Italy, Spain, France) or may be different country . I was thinking to do air bnb and go from one country to another by train or bus. Is it possibly safe ? I just need some ideas here because I have never been to Europe and I do... show more
    I am a single female, planning to travel around three places in Europe for two weeks ( Italy, Spain, France) or may be different country . I was thinking to do air bnb and go from one country to another by train or bus. Is it possibly safe ? I just need some ideas here because I have never been to Europe and I do want to explore. In general I am very independent but I am worried about my safety and language problems. Not sure if I can do it . Pls advise?
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • If you were to move to a new country in Europe, where would you go and why?

    I m living in England but want a change so I want to move to mainland Europe but can t decide where to go I also have an EU passport so Brexit and any fallout won t effect me when I go to Mainland Europe. The former Yugoslavia countries are a top choice for me because of the balance between cost and standard of... show more
    I m living in England but want a change so I want to move to mainland Europe but can t decide where to go I also have an EU passport so Brexit and any fallout won t effect me when I go to Mainland Europe. The former Yugoslavia countries are a top choice for me because of the balance between cost and standard of living but I can only speak English fluently with some German, French and Italian. Where would you go and why?
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Does icelaND COME UNDER BRITISH RULE?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are Stockholm and Malmö (Sweden) safe to travel to?

    My girlfriend and I are going to spend a week in Sweden in July. We‘d like to stay in Stockholm and walk around the city and it’s countryside and we also plan to spend one day in Malmö (we‘ll possibly get there in the morning and back almost at midnight by train). I just read some articles about these Swedish... show more
    My girlfriend and I are going to spend a week in Sweden in July. We‘d like to stay in Stockholm and walk around the city and it’s countryside and we also plan to spend one day in Malmö (we‘ll possibly get there in the morning and back almost at midnight by train). I just read some articles about these Swedish cities and got a bit disappointed and confused. So many articles considering both cities dangerous. It‘s written that you can expect anything, no one knows what might happen to you. I also watched a couple of documentary videos on YouTube showing how gun violence is spreading all over the country. I also saw some statistics and comparisons to other cities. Some of the tourists’ Feedbacks mention the same thing. Both cities are dangerous, as all those things I saw claim. Is it true? Can anybody tell me please? I hope it‘s safe...
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I am travelling to these 3 cities in Europe, any recommendations?

    Hello, I am travelling to Italy, Germany, and Switzerland for 2 weeks in July with my friend. I just graduated college so I am hoping to get some relaxation in, some fresh air, and maybe some outdoor stuff to do. I do realize that I can just Google everything but I prefer to have personal experience as a... show more
    Hello, I am travelling to Italy, Germany, and Switzerland for 2 weeks in July with my friend. I just graduated college so I am hoping to get some relaxation in, some fresh air, and maybe some outdoor stuff to do. I do realize that I can just Google everything but I prefer to have personal experience as a reference. Does anyone have any good places that they previously visited and would recommend it for me? Thanks and much appreciated.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can you take a boat from Italy to Malta?

    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Where to go on honeymoon?

    Basically we are on a budget so want to go somewhere like Spain, Portugal, Italy, France area as they are cheaper to fly to so this way we have more money to spend on a more luxury hotel. We want a quiet area close to beach, fairly warm, views from hotel and hopefully either a private pool or hottub or at least a... show more
    Basically we are on a budget so want to go somewhere like Spain, Portugal, Italy, France area as they are cheaper to fly to so this way we have more money to spend on a more luxury hotel. We want a quiet area close to beach, fairly warm, views from hotel and hopefully either a private pool or hottub or at least a swim up room.. anyone have anywhere in mind that matches this please :)
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Canadian Currency in Paris (Euros)?

    Best answer: I should convert a certain amount of money from CAD to Euros before going there. YES it is a good idea to have about $200- $300 worth of Euros in Cash for your arrival. This is for the little things like getting something to drink or eat at the Airport, your first train ticket,taxi or whatever. Smaller notes if you... show more
    Best answer: I should convert a certain amount of money from CAD to Euros before going there.
    YES it is a good idea to have about $200- $300 worth of Euros in Cash for your arrival. This is for the little things like getting something to drink or eat at the Airport, your first train ticket,taxi or whatever. Smaller notes if you can get them.

    YOUR BANK can get them for you.Main branch usually have them on hand. A smaller branch may need to order them for you takes a day or two to get them. ASK at your branch NOW for the procedure.

    It is not a good idea to travel with LOTS of cash. Pickpockets are around. Spread your cash around a little in each pocket. NO NEED to pull out the wallet every time you need a small amount.

    The exchange place at the Airport does not give the best rate. You pay a fee each time you exchange. Do a larger amount for a day or two worth of cash each time to reduce the FEES you pay.
    You can use your normal Bank Card in a Bank Machine. YOUR BANK can tell you what Banks to use in Paris. There can be many extra FEES per transaction. The machine will give you Euros taking the amount in Canadian dollars from your account plus some FEE about 2.5% it can be more or less depends on your type of account with your bank in Canada. ASK your bank for details.

    AVOID the private machines they charge a higher fee for the convenience. LOOK for the appropriate BANK that your Canada Bank deals with for best fees.


    USE cash for the small stuff. Your card for the larger purchases like your Hotel.

    DEBIT cards do not work EVERYWHERE Credit Card is better. Look for the one of the symbols on the back of your card for which bank system your bank is part of. PLUS and Cirrus are two big ones in Canada.

    The exchange rate does vary from place to place. The big part is the FEE they charge per transaction. FIND OUT the FEE and then decide. get a few days worth each time to reduce the FEES.

    Credit cards also charges a fee each time you use it. check your bank for the fee 2-3% is common.

    The bank in France you use may also have a flat fee to use their machine usually Flat rate about $5 each time. Main reason you do a few days worth each time.

    BEST rate is to exchange in Canada before you go. WARNING lost cash happens. Just a few days worth is all you should have on you in cash.
    The exchange FEES are just one the things you account for in your exchange rate and using your card.

    Enjoy your vacation. CHECK your BANK for details on YOUR DEBIT card. It is not the same for all of them.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Best place in Europe for a summer holiday?

    Best answer: I can highly recommend Italy - beautiful art, architecture, scenery and music, interesting local festivals, great people and food. Beaches, mountains, lakes, the ocean, historic sites, world class museums and galleries and a lot of varied things to see and do. The best part is the wonderful Italian people. It's... show more
    Best answer: I can highly recommend Italy - beautiful art, architecture, scenery and music, interesting local festivals, great people and food. Beaches, mountains, lakes, the ocean, historic sites, world class museums and galleries and a lot of varied things to see and do. The best part is the wonderful Italian people. It's very easy to get out and explore Italy and further in Europe using the trains or budget flights.
    9 answers · 2 months ago