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How to Travel to Europe Cheaply

This video shows you how to save big money on your next trip to Europe. The techniques can also be used anywhere in the world. When we travel we find airfares for $300-$400 Round Trip. We find 3.8 to 5 star hotels for $100/night on average. We limit our daily spending to about $100/day. This means a trip to Europe will cost you around:

  • 7 Days – $1,700 – $1,800
  • 14 days – $3,100 – $3,200
  • 21 Days – $4,500 – $4,600

Listen to how we did it in the YouTube Video below:

Europe is exciting and it is more fun when you saved $1,000 on airfare over the person next to you on the plane or got the same room in the same hotel for $125/night instead of $400/night. Budgets are easy and this video will give you ideas on how to save money and get started.

In the near future we will be offering a service to help plan your trip for you. If you are interested drop me an email at: georgefebish@yahoo.comtoday.

Covered in this video:

  • Airfares (on major carriers)
  • Hotels in both small and large hotel chains
  • Sightseeing
  • Meals
  • Tricks to enjoy a fantastic vacation for much less money

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My BLOGs & VLOGs:

Scott’s Cheap Airfares: https://youtu.be/rLo4VJzaSFY

Scott’s Website: https://scottscheapflights.com

How to get a wonderful cheap breakfast in Italy: https://youtu.be/A-MoV4fEQ9o

Spain & Italy: https://youtu.be/oWljnUNo7CI

My Order of Seeing Italy Cities: https://youtu.be/GdHryl4b0FM

Venice Italy: https://youtu.be/mxVFoO0nVtU

Rome Italy: https://youtu.be/GOtXr5KXZ08

Florence Italy: https://youtu.be/MkgpBamYAho

Naples Italy: https://youtu.be/ey9jJHUQl50

Capri: https://youtu.be/hntIE8olfHw

Amalfi Coast Italy: https://youtu.be/G_FQOK_qhHY

Beaches of Southern Italy: https://youtu.be/yiKblgybw0w

Campania: https://youtu.be/zEhV1KMeyhY

Grotta Palazzese (Cave Restaurant in Puglia): https://youtu.be/RwOTSFbiJ0U

Tuscany: https://youtu.be/luTkqYrqsvs

Umbria: https://youtu.be/SDXfNlxiVP0

Puglia: https://youtu.be/rMUunXHFdBc

Italian Trains: https://youtu.be/e0lo5W9l_Vg

Differences between Italy and the USA: https://youtu.be/BQ7yWOS9U60

Frankfurt Germany: https://youtu.be/cVQsOYjVemY

Viking Overnight Cruise Stockholm to Helsinki: https://youtu.be/Wrt7WWoQhcY

Scenic Railway Oslo to Bergen: https://youtu.be/iV2vu1MrK2Y

Scandinavia: https://youtu.be/0HGtkSazeJY

 

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– George

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Frankfurt Germany

Frankfurt is the center of the European Bank for Euros. It is a large modern city with an old wonderful center (Romeberg). The Main River flows through Frankfurt. It has wonderful pedestrian bridges over it. On the other side of the Main is where all the museums are located. They are all together so you can easily chose which you want to see and visit them.

The best way to see Frankfurt and get around is the Hop-On-Hop-Off bus & boat. Frankfurt is a very walkable city as well. It is an easy walk to everywhere. From the airport, take the ICE train (23 minutes) to the Central Train Station. We stayed at the Intercontinental Hotel while in Frankfurt and at the Steigenberg Airport Hotel 3 weeks later on our way home.

Things to see:

  • Main River
  • Palm Garden (Botanical Gardens)
  • Hop-On-Hop-Off bus & Boat
  • Central Train Station
  • Farmers Market
  • Galleria shopping mall
  • Old Opera House
  • Romeberg (old section)
  • Goethe Museum
  • Iron pedestrian bridge over Main River
  • Saint Bartholomew’s Church

Come walk with us through Frankfurt Germany:

– George

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Scandinavia

We took a 3-week trip to Scandinavia in April 2019. We flew from Florida to Frankfurt Germany. From Frankfurt:

  • we flew to Oslo Norway
  • Took a scenic train over snow covered mountains from Oslo to Bergen Norway
  • Few from Bergen to Stockholm, Sweden
  • Took a Viking overnight cruise from Stockholm to Helsinki, Finland
  • Few from Helsinki to Copenhagen Denmark
  • Flew back to Frankfurt to return to Florida USA

It was cool in the beginning of April and we had snow flurries in Stockholm. Helsinki, which is the farthest north of all the cities we visited, was the warmest. Easter in Copenhagen was warm and beautiful.

Our thoughts on this trip:

  • Norway was our favorite followed by Finland and Denmark.
  • The scenic train ride from Oslo to Bergen, Norway is a MUST do
  • The Viking cruise from Stockholm to Helsinki was a pleasure and a must do
  • We will talk about what we saw, what we ate and the great hotels we stayed in
  • If Scandinavia is not on your bucket list, it should be

We are walkers and all of these cities are walkable. They also have great metros and lots of bicycles to rent. Taxis are very expensive so we will talk about fast, easy and safe public transportation from the airports to the central train stations. Hop-On-Hop-Off Busses and boats are a great way to get oriented and see all the main sites.

Scandinavia has a reputation for being expensive and it can be. We saw everything, ate well and travelled fast between cities and within cities for an average of $100/day for two people. Our hotels cost on average $100/day as well.

I will be doing a VLOG on how to travel cheap soon. Look for it.

Now, sit back and travel with us to these four wonderful countries:

Ciao

-George

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