Recommended guides for backpacking Europe?
I'm going as low-budget and light as possible (35 litre to be safe for carry-on). My purpose is to visit various churches/people there and I've found some good means to get around cheap (couch surfing, WWOOFing, Hostels, etc). But like I said, if you can share any tips or previous experiences I'd greatly appreciate it.
I don't have any links handy. But my thoughts on backpack travel in Europe.
1) Europe is a great place to start. It's easy, and friendly IMExperience.
2) WOOFing and Couchsurfing will connect you with locals, and save some money for sure
3) Hitch - another way to save money
the big thing is though, just go. You'll figure it out on the way. To me, that is the most fun!
Andromeda wrote:Best guidebook I have ever found is wikitravel.com. Seriously I don't even look at the proper ones anymore because that one is so detailed and, more important, free- look it up!
I agree! wikitravel is great! I also use Flickr to search destinations and get a look through other people's photos at what kinds of things might be of interest. Not exactly a guidebook, but it's a great resource!
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