by Contributing Author
There are many reasons to visit the great continent of Europe and the unique countries.
The countries in Europe are very different, yet similar in many ways. The living cost can vary a lot and that is something to consider when planning a trip to this part of the world. It’s very doable to do Europe on a budget but planning can be very useful. Many people travel to several countries in the EU for a longer time and that is another good reason to do some prep for the trip ahead. Maybe you’re planning your first visit there but need some inspiration. This guide will give you some useful tips for your adventure ahead.
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When you’re planning for a longer trip in Europe there are things to consider when it comes to packing your back. Because you’re traveling to different countries you can expect quite a lot of transportation time. That is why bringing your laptop or tablet can be useful in many ways for passing time. Whether you’re into betting and need to check the picks & predictions or you’re fond of streaming tv-shows. If you’re traveling alone, online entertainment can be quite relevant in many ways.
Packing for Europe
What to pack in your backpack or suitcase all depends on the time of the year you’re arriving as well as which destinations you’re going to. There’s no doubt the high season in many European countries is the summertime, which stretches over June, July, and August. Many countries will still be warm sooner and later than these particular months. High season in Europe, means really busy destinations, so if you want to avoid the busiest seasons, you might want to consider going in the spring/autumn. But Europe should not be missed, just because it’s autumn or winter. If you’re into snow-covered mountains, skiing or snowboarding, there are a lot of opportunities in countries like Austria, France, and Italy. In the more northern parts like Scandinavia, there are some pretty epic winter landscapes as well.
Buses and trains
You can travel around Europe in many ways and also quite budget-friendly. Some people buy certain train passes to get around the different European countries. It is also possible to get cheap buses around many places and cross borders. If you do prefer to take flights for convenience and to save time, there are several low-cost flight companies to book with. If you’re a student or a senior, keep an eye out for discounts on transportation tickets as well, there might be some money to save.
Saving money on food
The countries in Europe are very famous for their cuisines. It’s very understandable if it’s tempting to eat out three times a day, but in the long run that can be rough on your travel budget. First of all, there can be money to save by choosing accommodation where there is a kitchen available. If you have a kitchen where you’re staying or even just a fridge then you can make your food sometimes.
Check the travel platforms for information
There are many useful tools and information online on different platforms for traveling. If you’re looking for cheap and good restaurants, it is worth it checking out what other people say about the places. Not only can you be sure the food experience is great, but also save some money.
Finding the right accommodation
Depending on your travel style, you will be able to find different kinds of accommodation in Europe. You can either do short-time rentals, save money by staying in hostels or get comfortable in nice and charming hotels.