My wife and I are planning an European vacation and we wanted to get people's reaction to it. We would like to know if it is too ambitious. We are in our late 50's and have been to Europe before. We want to fly into London and stay in London for 5 days. Then we would take a train to the Bath area in which we would tour Salisbury, Stonehenge and Bath for 2 days. We would then head to Paris by train where we would be for 6 days. We have been to Paris before, but of course there is never enough time to see. Paris. We would take a day trip to Mont St. Michel while we are in Paris. Then we will take a train to the Brussels/Bruges area where we will be for 3 days and then train it to Amsterdam where we will be for 4 days. Finally, we will take a train to Munich where we will be for 5 days and then fly back to the US. We will appreciate any advice.
European Vacation Itinerary
- 1 Bank of England Museum
- 2 Paris Perfect: change of apartment
- 3 New & Improved 2 Week Honeymoon Itinerary Italy
- 4 Solo in Sicily - April 2013
- 5 A bit of Scotland, wing mirror casualty, 7 days in London, and a Fodors GTG
- 6 London Itinerary Advice 6-10 September
- 7 Comfortable shoes to wear in Italy this summer and not look like a tourist
- 8 Through Naples to Sorrento or Pompei?
- 9 Itinerary suggestions please: Munich, Ortisei and ???
- 10 Bathrooms Along This Itinerary (Day in Rome)
- 11 Palermo and Taormina
- 12 Looking for Paris apartment for honeymoon
- 13 Oystercard/Travelcard planning
- 14 Emergency apartment/hotel - Frankfurt -Dornstetten-Hallwangen area
- 15 Where to stay for one night ???
- 16 Car Rental Locations
- 17 separate beds in Frankfurt and Munich
- 18 Tour-Free Travel
- 19 Villa or Hilltop Town?
- 20 Southeast England - more planning ?
- 21 Need restaurant suggestions for Chipping Camden!
- 22 What is the best travel/tour agency to use for escorted trips abroad?
- 23 Spain / fatima - itinerary suggestion 10 days
- 24 London Spy Sites
- 25 Ile de Re or Bassin d'Archachon at end of July