MissAdventure

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24-year-old Female living in Canberra, ACT Australia

I like reading and writing, and I absolutely LOVE to travel!

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European Discovery

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9 countries \ 13 days \ from US$2495 per person

If trips were like courses at a dinner party, the European Discovery would be the appetiser. 8 countries in one shot gives you a taste of all the big cities plus some hidden treasures, so you know where to go next time! From Amsterdam to Rome to Paris, you won't want to miss a thing. In fact, sleep will probably be the last thing on your mind!

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European Discovery (Winter)

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9 countries \ 13 days \ from US$1514 per person

If trips were like courses at a dinner party, the European Discovery would be the appetiser. 8 countries in one shot gives you a taste of all the big cities plus some hidden treasures, so you know where to go next time! From Amsterdam to Rome to Paris, you won't want to miss a thing. In fact, sleep will probably be the last thing on your mind!

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European Vista (Winter)

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11 countries \ 22 days \ from US$3119 per person

If you're looking for a leisurely yet adventurous holiday around Europe then the European Vista fits the bill. 10 countries in 21 days means time to really get acquainted with each city while fantastic destinations like Lucerne and Vienna as well as the essential Paris, Rome and Amsterdam stops mean all your sightseeing bases are covered. Options for your free time include a Tuscan dinner, Mozart concert and wine tasting.

TrentTrent posted on Amy's (MissAdventure) profile

Hi Amy! Hoping to ask what you found was an appropriate budget for the 16 days through Europe?

Posted about 2 years ago

  • Trent

    Trent

    about 2 years ago

    Ah thank you! :) Big Help

  • MissAdventure

    MissAdventure

    about 2 years ago

    Hey! Well originally I took $1000 AUD spending but by half way I had to get my parents to send me money and I got another $1000 AUD which lasted nicely. It depends on whether you want to buy things as well though, a lot of people bought Clogs and Venetian glasses, clothes and perfume in Paris etc and those purchases can get quite expensive. Museums and those sorts of things could get expensive, I think the Venice bell tower was $20 AUD and public toilets cost to get into. Apparently to cover maintenance costs. Only like 20-50pence. I hope that helps!

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