For your trip to be unforgettable you need to roll up your sleeves and give your best from start to finish, from planning to boarding: nothing to enjoy the good without knowing why things are being done that way – every trip starts at the moment In which you decide to travel:
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FIRST STEP: RIDE YOUR CITIES SCRIPT
First we must choose the countries that will be known. Take the map of Europe and check all the cities you’d like to go through.
Remember that a trip is not enough to know the whole continent – between Portugal and Russia there is a world of possibilities: start your trip making a sensible choice, take into account the travel time available, a minimum average of 60 euros of expenses And how much you intend to invest in hosting. Do not forget that you should always have a harmonious proportion of time and money available.
Choose neighboring cities or large urban centers to make only the longest plane routes.
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SECOND STEP: BUY FOREIGN CURRENCY
My tip is to stay connected on the euro and pound prices as soon as possible, so you will have a longer time to try to close the purchase at the best time. All other European currencies are depreciated when compared to the real.
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THIRD STEP: BUY THE PASSAGES
With the script in hand it’s time to find out how to get to the first destination and from there to travel. You can buy them through a search engine such as Viajanet, talk to a travel agent or deal directly with the airlines that offer that section. Remember that there are alliances that allow partner airlines to offer parts operated by other companies.
With the ticket in hand, purchase health insurance that covers every day of travel, from boarding to landing.
STEP FOUR: BUY THE INTERNAL TRADES
This is the part of planning that I like the most, which is when new cities usually get in the roadmap. Your trips will probably be made by train, car or plane. Read my tips and choose how to do each course taking into consideration price, travel time and the least likely to become a cucumber in your hands – do not be tempted to face major challenges, especially when you do not feel fit : Great travels should bring peace and not increase the number of responsibilities.
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As soon as you know how each route will be done and how long they will last, take that route that had hitherto been a list of cities and add dates to all of them.
Eurostar about to leave the platform at St. Pancras international, by @ 27045884 @ N05
STEP FIVE: BOOK HOSTING
This is one of the most complicated times of planning, but also one of the most fun: choosing where to stay in places you do not yet know. Click here to learn how to minimize your chances of error.
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Within each blog destination category there are personal hosting tips, those that have been tested by me. Most of the time they are budget hotels very well located, but in any case, in almost all of them I also mention some hostels:
Amsterdam: Max Brown Barcelona: Hotel Curious Berlin: Adina Apartment
Brussels: Hotel La Grand Cloche Dublin: Paramount Hotel Edinburgh: Palace Residential
Frankfurt: Hotel Scala Lisbon: HF Fenix Gardens Hotel London: Hotel St. Giles
Munich: Hotel Demas City Paris: Hotel Paris Rivoli Prague: Hotel Lokal Inn
Rome: B & B da Marlene Vienna: Hotel das Tigra
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