I am going Contiki!
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27-year-old Male living in Orange County, CA USA
I Love to travel & explore the world. Traveled a lot to South America but now venturing into Europe & Eastern Countries. I own 2 small businesses in the U.S. & a personal goal of mine is to be able to travel 2 months out of each year. I love music, learning about other cultures, surfing, diving, traveling & meeting new people.
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I'm looking at these two tours mainly. They're both pretty much the same length and visit everywhere I want to go for my first trip to Europe. The main differences I am seeing is the accommodations, price & a few different stops from each other. My questions are: 1) On the European Inspiration, does anyone know if they stop long enough in the Austrian Tyrol to where you can actually explore a little bit? Is the Austrian Tyrol worth staying over night, like in the European Whirl tour? 2) Does anyone have any experience staying in the Hostels/Contiki Villages vs. staying in just hotels? I've never stayed in a Hostel and am not sure what to expect but they don't seem bad.
11 countries \ 26 days \ from US$3655 per person
To Barcelona and beyond! The European Escapade takes you through the best of Western Europe, allowing time to really experience what each city has to offer. Highlights include strolling La Rambla in Barcelona, re-discovering the might of the Roman Emperors in Rome and gazing up at the Swiss Alps from your bedroom window in Switzerland. What better way to spend a month in Europe?