Travel to europe tips

Discussion in 'France' started by travfest, Nov 6, 2014.

  1. travfest

    travfest New Member

    - Most European nations have tolls on motorways so you'll have to buy a vignette. I know Germany will be requiring a vignette starting mid 2015.
    - Trains would be cheaper unless you really want to stick to the countryside rather than the cities.
    - The cheapest fuel are found at stations next to big supermarkets (not highways). You can save anywhere from 7 to 10 cent a liter.
    - Most European museums have a free day a month
     
  2. RobertKelly

    RobertKelly New Member

    Most European cities have a local tram, or subway, which is fairly inexpensive in places like Poland, Hugary, etc. Train travel is also fairly cheap and you can choose from slow trains or a high speed trains. Also it's a good idea to get tourist cards wherever you go to benefit from free entry to museums and discounts on other attractions and city tours.
     
  3. DonaWeko

    DonaWeko New Member

    Once you're in Europe, domestic flights aren't that bad (around $80 RT) if you go with no thrills carriers like RyanAir and EasyJet. Don't overlook cruises and train tours like the Danube Express, which is a restored 1950’s train that runs all-inclusive sightseeing trips in 10 different countries.
     

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