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3 week Europe Itinerary


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  • Added on: May 9th, 2012
Hello everyone, I will be travelling to Europe for 1 month from June 27-July 27. The reason for my inital travel though is a 1 week Model Nato Youth Summit in Brussels from July 8-13. As such, the reason for my subject title.

I was thinking beforehand to do a little travelling around West/central europe before the conference. then afterwards hit up Iberia in a blitz as the flights leaving Lisbon-Toronto are very inexpensive.

June 27-June 28- Munich(price diff. between Munich & Frankfurt Neglibile) 1 day
June 30 & July 1- Prague 2 days
Berlin Berlin 2 days July 3 & 4
Amsterdam 3 days(meeting up with friends) July 5-7
Brussels July 8-13
Paris 3 days July 14,15,16
Barcelona 2 days July 18,19
Ibiza(meeting up with friends) 2 days July 21,22
Madrid 2 days, July 24,25
Lisbon 1 day July 26 leave 27

Sorry i can't make this any more detailed atm, want to get this post down before I hit the sack and my battery on my computer is about to die. I tried to allocate days for travel as I've lurked this forum many times and I often read about complaints from those who are answering questions about people's inability to account for the time spent on the road.


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  • Added on: August 15th, 2012
What did you think of Munich and Prague? I'm headed there in a couple weeks and would appreciate any tips or suggestions.


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Prague is one of those cities that no traveler should miss. Its architecture is breath-taking and largely intact seeing is how it was mostly spared by bombing during WW II. There's so much to do in Prague even if you're tired from walking around the historic center. With a ton of cool art exhibits, bars, beer gardens, and hidden off-the-beaten gems, Prague is really a place worth returning too.
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  • Added on: February 22nd, 2013
I loved Munich when I was there. I highly recommend seeing the Marienplatz. It is a huge public square that is surrounded by shopping. We spent all day there. The Glockenspiele was wonderful to see. And the bells chime at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. There was lots of social activity as well and just a great place to see while you are in Germany.


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  • Added on: February 23rd, 2013
don't want to go to london ?

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