Synopses & Reviews
You can get to Europe, even travel around it, without help. But without a little pre-trip planning, youandrsquo;ll make mistakes andndash; wasting both time and money. This book wonandrsquo;t tell you where to go, but it will give you the tools to custom design the best possible journey for your time frame and budget. There are some things, such as rail passes, volunteer projects or cooking courses, that need to be booked in advance. This book will explain which things to plan for, which are best done on the fly, and how to do it.andnbsp; It will also help you pack what you need, so you donandrsquo;t end up carrying around items you never use and give budget tricks and skills so you can save andpound;5 - andpound;15 per day with minimal effort (which can add up to andpound;900 on a two-month trip).andnbsp; Essentially, this book contains the sort of information you could probably figure out on your own after about four or five years on the road.andnbsp; Just seems a little easier to get it in an hour or two.
Prepare for the adventure with The Rough Guide First-Time Europe.
Essentially, this book contains the sort of information travelers could probably figure out on their own after about four or five years on the road. This resource offers the tools to custom design the best possible journey for within time and budget constraints, explaining what needs to be booked in advance, what to plan for, and how to pack.