How To Travel Europe In Two Weeks

Knowing how to travel Europe in two weeks is essential in planning your European vacation. With so many things to see and do, it's important to make sure you have a plan when traveling to Europe. Knowing how to travel Europe in two weeks will ensure you don't miss out on any of the high points of your sightseeing vacation.

  1. Fly into Frankfurt, Germany. Germany is a central point for your travels in Europe. You can get to any travel destination from Germany without any problem. Whether you choose to travel by plane, train or rental car, Germany is a great place to start and end your travels. Depending on what time you arrive, you may want to spend the night in Frankfurt.
  2. After you arrive in Germany, the first place to visit is Garmisch. Your best bet is to take a train from Frankfurt to Garmisch, unless you want to brave the autobahn and rent a car. This breathtaking city is the home of the Zugspitze, the highest mountain in Germany. You also don't want to miss seeing Neuschwanstein castle, which Germany is famous for. You'll want to spend two or three nights in Garmisch to experience this authentic German city.
  3. Salzburg, Austria is your next stop. Just next door to Garmisch, Salzburg can easily be reached by train. One or two nights is enough to get a taste of this historic city. Don't forget to stop by Mozart's house while visiting the city that made "The Sound of Music" famous.
  4. The boot of Italy. If you can squeeze it in, two nights would be great in Venice. It's easiest and most convenient to travel from Salzburg to Venice by either train or plane. Don't forget to take a gondola ride while visiting this slowly sinking city. You could try to see more of Italy, but with such limited time, you may want to skip onto another country. However, if you do have the time, Rome is a must see on your European tour. Allow yourself at least three days to take in the Colosseum and Vatican City.
  5. Switzerland is optional. If you end up going to a second city in Italy, then you might want to skip Switzerland to save time. The choice is yours and you can decide what place you'd rather visit.
  6. After you've either left Italy or Switzerland, you must make your next stop Paris, France. You can easily travel by train or plane, but it may take you longer in a rental car. Paris is the one city you must not miss on your two weeks in Europe. Make sure to walk up the Eiffel Tower and take a stroll down the Champs Elysees. If you can squeeze it in, try to allow two or three nights in Paris.
  7. From Paris, you can easily fly to London, England. Try to allow two nights so you don't miss the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. You may even see the Queen and one of her many Welsh corgis.
  8. From London, you can travel by train to Wales. From Wales, you can then take a ferry into Cork, Ireland. Don't forget to kiss the Blarney Stone. If possible, you will want to spend two nights in Cork and then you can head to Dublin. Spend at least a night in Dublin and then you can fly back to Germany. If you have time, you can make a stop in Rothensburg, Germany.


Maximize your time. To save as much time for touring as possible, make sure you do anything you can in advance. This includes booking hotel rooms, rental cars and tours. Anything you can do before you leave for your trip will maximize your time while you are in Europe. You don't want to spend any part of your two weeks in Europe having to find a hotel room or rental car. If you can book tours in advance, you not only save money, but you can save time waiting in line.

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