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European travel

Europe is certainly a great place to travel and one should know that there are various destinations that one can pay a visit which are well-known places, such as Paris, Barcelona or London. Having a vacation in Europe would thus be a good idea for some but travelers will need affordable and quality lodging for them to stay at the place they are planning their trip to. For me, my choice would certainly to travel to Holland, which is known for its beautiful landscape and cultural diversity. There is no other place where one just thinks about having fun and need not worry about anything else.

For the curious tourist who wants to know where to visit, check out this website about Amsterdam. It contains a lot of interesting information about the city of Amsterdam such as its attractions, restaurants and of course most importantly places to stay such as hotels and inns. A very nice and informative website for those visiting Amsterdam for the first time. Do check it out today for more details.

11 Comments

  1. Harry
    Harry July 27, 2012

    I want to travel to all 27 countries in the European Union (plus some ones in between) and was wondering how long approximately would it take it (not too long but not too short) and how much money would I want to take with me??

    Absolutely approximate no exact price or period needed,
    Thanks!

  2. EzioAuditore1459
    EzioAuditore1459 July 27, 2012

    I think that for some places, like Greece, it might not be a good time to travel there.

  3. Lasagna delivery guy
    Lasagna delivery guy July 27, 2012

    I’m going to be traveling to Europe in a couple weeks, and I’m trying to get cell phone service while I’m there. I’ve got my hands on an unlocked GSM phone, but I’m curious how I go about purchasing a SIM card for use in international travel. I know that you can buy SIM cards for one country at a time, but can you buy a SIM card that will work in multiple countries? Are there any companies in the US that sell these SIM cards so that I could buy one before I travel? Thanks!

  4. Marlon P
    Marlon P August 2, 2012

    I am not a European citizen, but I have permanent residency in a European country (with a residency card). Do I need my passport to travel to other european countries?

  5. Mackenzie P
    Mackenzie P August 9, 2012

    I plan on taking a trip to Europe in the summer. I will be starting out in Salzburg, Austria, but I pretty much have cart blanche as to where I go from there. I would like to hear from people who have traveled in Europe – what were your favorite places and things to visit? England and Italy are at the top of my list, so if anyone has any “non-touristy” places you loved in either of those countries, I love to hear about them, too.

  6. andresumoza
    andresumoza August 18, 2012

    I’m 43 and have spent my entire adult life working and raising 4 kids. My kids are now grown and I’d like to try to realize my dream of traveling to Europe. Unfortunately I’m not rich. I’m not interested in fancy, expensive hotels. Some place that’s clean and in a safe area is all I need. Which countries are considered the most affordable? I’m open to any European country. Belgium, France, the UK…please help! I’m more interested in history and scenic beauty than the whole party atmosphere.

  7. Rishabh Bajpai
    Rishabh Bajpai October 3, 2012

    Hello, I am planning to travel for a couple months in the summer and was wondering what are the best and worst countries to travel in as a lone female traveller. I know its not as bad as people say, but I know some of the countries aren’t the safest for lone female travellers. I was wondering if anyone could help me and give me a list of the safest and worst EUROPEAN countries to travel in (lone female). Thank you!

  8. Thomas A
    Thomas A October 18, 2012

    I’m going to Greece in a few days for a week.

    I have purchased travel insurance with medical cover etc (specifically the post office ‘Classic single trip’) spanning my trip length, however when preparing i found my European Health Card was out of date, it expired a few months ago.

    Would my travel insurance be made redundant if i don’t have a valid European Health Card or do they stand alone?

  9. whitesoxfan2347
    whitesoxfan2347 October 27, 2012

    How migth events in Europe have been different if European leaders hadn’t decided to pursue a appeasement policy toward Hitler?

  10. Pacman
    Pacman November 5, 2012

    How does a USA citizen and a citizen of a European country travel between the two.

    Do they need any visa?

    Or would they show USA passport on exit and European passport when they get to Europe and the show European passport when leaving and then show USA passport when back here.

    Or should they travel on the USA passport to Europe and apply for a visa waiver.

  11. Xavier Hawthorne
    Xavier Hawthorne November 15, 2012

    I’m a 35 year-old college graduate who has been stuck in a boring job for too long and I’m thinking of changing careers. I have a liberal arts degree already and am considering law school but my real goal is to spend a good part of my time each year in Europe. What careers should I consider which would pay well and allow for ample European travel?

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