How much would it cost to travel Europe?

Get a student ID card (one or two)

Get a Eurail pass to travel

DO NOT GO ALONE.

The days of traveling alone are over. Slavery. Blood farms. Organ harvesting. And worse

Three people are better than one. Stay in AirBnB rooms and it is 1/3 the cost AND you make your own food. Restaurant food destroys your budget.

Pick a city as a base. Take trips out from it, then return.

Being constantly on the move is boring.

Two people have fun. One watching for security. Then rotate.

That $5,000 would be better spent on your business

Vacations should come from the revenue your business generates

Sincerely,

The Eye
 
Get a student ID card (one or two)

Get a Eurail pass to travel

DO NOT GO ALONE.

The days of traveling alone are over. Slavery. Blood farms. Organ harvesting. And worse

Three people are better than one. Stay in AirBnB rooms and it is 1/3 the cost AND you make your own food. Restaurant food destroys your budget.

Pick a city as a base. Take trips out from it, then return.

Being constantly on the move is boring.

Two people have fun. One watching for security. Then rotate.

That $5,000 would be better spent on your business

Vacations should come from the revenue your business generates

Sincerely,

The Eye
That's what I am actually worrying about. I don't have anyone who will travel with me unfortunately
 
I Have been in europe for a week , it costs around 6k $ with a 4 star accomodation
 
The days of traveling alone are over. Slavery. Blood farms. Organ harvesting. And worse
What in the sweet name of baby Jesus are you talking about?! haha

Obviously these things exist, but your likelihood of any of them happening to you as you travel around Europe is infinitesimally small. I've been a digital nomad in Europe for the last 3 years.. travelled to most of the places OP asked about, living in places for 1 - 3 months at a time. Zero blood farms or slavery, and I still have my kidneys (although after any given weekend they probably wish they had been taken and sold to someone else).

@Makemeproguys if you want to do these places cheaper and you can do IM online from anywhere, I strongly would advise you to consider looking into being a digital nomad for a while.. longterm working holiday, and everything is cheaper (ie. just quickly now look at the cost per night to stay in a hotel in x city on your list, then look at the cost if you get a place on Airbnb for a month there.)

You get loads more time to learn about the culture, language, people, sightsee at your own pace, meet locals.. you really learn about the vibe in each place.

You can schengen hop bro - up to 90 days in schengen then 90 days in places like Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Israel, Serbia, Croatia. From next year onwards schengen hopping will be harder too so get in now while you can.
 
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I went to amsterdam last year, all i can say is you can spend anywhere from 150 euros to 500 euros a day in such countries. I stayed in a 100 euros a night hotel and it was very far from city center. I guess hostel would be 50 euros a night in the city center.

Hostel - 50
food - 50
commute - 10-50

so 100-150 euros a day if you wanna live average or below average lifestyle.

As an European, I would say about 150€ a day , plus flight costs. Plus add few hundreds more just for safety.

You can survive with like 50-70€ a day too. But you are coming as a tourist, to have a good time, so yeah. That would be fair amount I think.

Guys, what you are talking about? It can be done much cheaper and with much more fun.
OP you are young. Stay in hostels for backpackers, you can easily find one for 15-25 euro a night in each city from you list, except Paris, of course. There you can couchsurf, many locals offer such a possibility.
If you travel like this you meet other young travelers & locals, which beats 10 times an option of staying in a hotel...

I've been in almost all cities from your list, and could easily travel for 50/day, or even less. You do not have to fly between the places. Save both your money and planet, take a train or a shared ride :).

Been in Switzerland last year. For 4 days I spent $1500 for me and my wife.

I presume you stayed in Zermatt :). Switzerland can be expensive but doesn't have to be either...

By the way OP, Austria and Prague are not Eastern Europe. They easily beat most cities from your list. If you want to see real Eastern Europe go to Albania or Serbia...
 
Alright so I am from India, I always wanted to travel Europe and it's one of my favourite destinations after the USA.
I am still a teenager, so I want to cover Europe before I turn Twenty.
I was looking to plan a trip but this virus came in between.
Excluding flights, how much you think it'll cost me for these cities?
Italy;
Rome
Venice
Positano ( just for one day, I want to see the Mediterranean and almafi coast).
Florence ( maybe or maybe not)
France;
Paris
French Rivera and some country side
Germany;
Berlin and maybe some country side, any suggestions?
Spain;
Barcelona or Madrid
Ibiza
Switzerland;
Geneva, mount titlis and one more beautiful city ( I know this one would be the most expensive haha)
Netherlands;
Amsterdam

If any cash would be left then I would checkout one more eastern European city. Most probably Prague or Austria

I love UK but for that I would need to take a seperate visa so I am excluding it.

How much you think it would cost me to travel to these cities? I am not going to stay in one city for more then a day or two at max. Since I am a teenager I would most probably book a hostel or some cheap Airbnb for stay.

I know there are a lot of Europeans here, your advice would be greatful .

I think 4-5 lacs would be enough
 
i agree that the world is dangerous and i have been in dangerous situations myself. Just keep these things in mind

1) know your drinking limits, dont go out alone at night if you think you might pass out , if you pass out in a club or road, you might have a missing kidney or missing wallet/jewelry/mobile next morning

2) avoid walking after 10 pm if u wanna go anywhere, take a cab

3) avoid road side sellers , many of them are scammers

4) if you hang out at clubs, stay away from someone who is too drunk. I have seen more then 5 club brawls in my few months of traveling. Some people want to pick fights with you for no reason and you might end up in hospital.

These are just some of the pointers i can give based on my personal experience. It is quite safe to travel solo if you do good research before visiting any country. Stay in good hotels/hostels, and not get too drunk.
 
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i agree that the world is dangerous and i have been in dangerous situations myself. Just keep these things in mind

1) know your drinking limits, dont go out alone at night if you think you might pass out , if you pass out in a club or road, you might have a missing kidney or missing wallet/jewelry/mobile next morning

2) avoid walking after 10 pm if u wanna go anywhere, take a cab

3) avoid road side sellers , many of them are scammers

4) if you hang out at clubs, stay away from someone who is too drunk. I have seen more then 5 club brawls in my few months of traveling. Some people want to pick fights with you for no reason and you might end up in hospital.

These are just some of the pointers i can give based on my personal experience. It is quite safe to travel solo if you do good research before visiting any country. Stay in good hotels/hostels, and not get too drunk.
I don't really drink. But I want to try a nightclub. Guess I will go into a safer one in city City area.
Thanks for your advice.
I think 4-5 lacs would be enough
I was thinking to do it under 3 or 3.50 lakh INR ( 4500 usd).
Not want to travel luxurious at all.
 
Come to the balkans lol. Extremely cheap and we have some very nice places to visit
 
Guys, what you are talking about? It can be done much cheaper and with much more fun.
OP you are young. Stay in hostels for backpackers, you can easily find one for 15-25 euro a night in each city from you list, except Paris, of course. There you can couchsurf, many locals offer such a possibility.
If you travel like this you meet other young travelers & locals, which beats 10 times an option of staying in a hotel...

I've been in almost all cities from your list, and could easily travel for 50/day, or even less. You do not have to fly between the places. Save both your money and planet, take a train or a shared ride :).



I presume you stayed in Zermatt :). Switzerland can be expensive but doesn't have to be either...

By the way OP, Austria and Prague are not Eastern Europe. They easily beat most cities from your list. If you want to see real Eastern Europe go to Albania or Serbia...
Thank you so you think it's possible to cover my favorite cities under 4000 USD? I don't want to travel luxurious at all. Just average or below average. I will go again of course but this time I want to just explore the culture and cities. Nothing too fancy . I will spend good money on food and tourist attractions tho. But just sometimes not everyday.
 
Come to the balkans lol. Extremely cheap and we have some very nice places to visit
Yeah sure but most Indians are not aware of those beautiful countries. They are only aware about Italy, Germany, France Italy , Spain and Switzerland etc.
 
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