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Europe Tour Packages

Planning an international holiday? There are several Europe tours to choose from.

Europe is not just a continent in the Northern Hemisphere, it is bubbling cauldron of artistic heritage, culinary traditions, nature trails, lofty peaks, windswept fjords, sunny shores, fairy-tale castles, and Mediterranean sunsets coming together in a breathtaking voyage through history. There is no way you are going to travel through Europe and not be struck by its stunning landscapes and its vast ethnic diversity. But if you are a first-timer to Europe and are confused about the cities to pick for your upcoming holiday, here’s a guide that will give you a peek into the great continent for its cultural lineage, rich history, splendid scenery and great tipples.

Europe for culture vultures
From museums, monuments, cathedrals, castles to libraries and book streets, Europe is a veritable potpourri of cultural landscapes that are sure to capture the imagination of a traveller.

Athens: Those looking for Europe tour packages should consider the Greek capital, Athens to know how it all begun. The birthplace of democracy, Athens is home to the ancient citadel of Acropolis perched atop a rocky outcrop known for its architecture and vibrant history. Round up its National Archaeological Museum, housed in a gorgeous 19th century neoclassical structure and the largest in whole of Greece. Marvel at its exhibits from the Greek civilization that ranges from sculptures, pottery, to metalwork. Churches from the Byzantine period, ruins of ancient market place and temple ruins punctuate your trip to Athens. Book your Athens tour packages at best price with Yatra.com.

Florence: Home to the Renaissance art and architecture, Florence is rightly dubbed the cultural capital of Italy. Add to that its location in the well-endowed Tuscany region. Florence’s most prominent landmark, the Duomo looms over the city with its stupendous Renaissance dome by Filippo Brunelleschi. Its Gothic cathedral, Santa Maria del Fiore stands on the site of a 7th century church whose remains can still be found in the crypt. Head to the Uffizi Gallery for some of the legendary works by the Renaissance artists like Leonardo Da Vinci, Botticelli, Michelangelo among others. It is home to a vast range of Greek and Roman sculptures. On a trip to Florence, a lover of the arts and culture cannot miss a visit to the Accademia Gallery for an up close view of what is easily the world’s most iconic sculpture, Michelangelo’s David. Book your Florence tour packages at best price with Yatra.com.

Paris: The French capital with its museums, fashion boutiques, tree-lined boulevards and classical bistros ignites an artist and an art lover’s imagination alike. With the Eiffel Tower at its heart that gives the city its character, you can spend the entire day on foot browsing monument-lined avenues such as Champs-Elysees, the old world bridges straddling the Seine and tucking into a sumptuous puff pastry at an art nouveau cafe while soaking up its terrace-top atmospherics. Home to several Michelin-starred restaurants, the French take pride in their culinary tradition evident in its many bistros, patisseries, wine bars and cheese shops. Just as rewarding is shopping in Paris, the hotbed for some of the world’s most popular designer labels as well as some extremely affordable street-side fashion. From vintage bookshops, designer boutiques, flea markets, home decor shops, art nouveau departmental stores, children’s clothes and toy shops, to antique dealers and gourmet food shops, Paris is the most vibrant shopper’s paradise you will ever set foot on. Book your Paris tour packages at best price with Yatra.com.

London: Known for its rock music scene, London is a brilliant cultural and historical canvas that has held travellers in awe of its multi-layered character. Housing some of the masterpieces in Gothic Revival architecture such as the Big Ben or the Gothic and British-influenced Westminster Abbey, London is a kaleidoscope of architectural styles and landmarks. Whether it is Central London’s Hyde Park, a veritable cultural landscape symbolic of the country’s democracy and its social reforms outside of being a venue for free rock concerts featuring The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and Queen, or London’s legendary bookstores, everything about the city spells history and a nod to tradition. Book your London tour packages at best price with Yatra.com.

Barcelona: A seaside city touched by the art of one Antoni Gaudi is as cosmopolitan as it is traditional with some of the finest in architecture and cuisine making for its cultural fabric. The famous Spanish architect’s unfinished Sagrada Familia draws millions of visitors year upon year who seem unable to comprehend its sheer scale and the eclectic use of stained glass, ceramics, wrought iron and carpentry in a style that has come to be characteristic of Barcelona outside of being a paradigm in Catalan Modernism. Tree-line boulevards, open-air cafes and wine bars add to the charm of this gorgeous Spanish city.

Europe for panorama seekers
Winding mountain trails, frosty peaks, sweeping gorges, rolling vineyards, tranquil lakes and dormant volcanoes, the canvas is vivid and widespread. How about considering these for Europe holiday packages.

Scotland: It is not just the rugged terrain of the Scottish Highlands but also its folklore and age-old customs that give its lochs and glens their resonance. From the legend of Nessie, the fabled monster of Loch Ness to its exotic wildlife such as the golden eagle or the minke whales, Scotland particularly its northern Highlands are wild and untamed. Add to the panorama its several hundred stone castles standing tall and forbidden over rocky shores as a testimony to the country’s bloody past. All the exploring on foot or otherwise calls for a brief halt at a local restaurant for some fried seafood toasted with a peg of single-malt whiskey.

Norway: No other place in the world has fjords chiseled out of razor-sharp cliffs the way Norway does. The beauty of the Norwegian glaciers, its vine-clad valleys and smooth ice fields silhouetted by the neon greens of an aurora borealis, make it an avant garde destination for the nature lover and the outdoor seeker. Home to some of Europe’s prettiest villages, Norway opens you up to fantastic natural ramparts, rugged coastal islands and the extraordinary Arctic landscape. Hiking, white-water rafting, dog sledging, snowmobiling and skiing are but some of the active adventure activities you can pursue on your stay.

Switzerland: There is more to Switzerland than fondue, cuckoo clocks and chocolate. The Alpine country has a rather urban heart. Outdoor adventure here swings between the more traditional and the contemporary. You can ski, snowboard and also hike and bike down when the frost melts and the slopes are once more carpeted in green. To watch the rural scenery unfold, take a train ride from Zurich into the countryside. Fields of sunflower, vibrant pastures with cows grazing in them, distant chalets and a waterfall snaking down from a jagged cliff is a typical summer scenery one would associate with Switzerland. But Switzerland is also castles and craft beer, medieval old towns, neoclassical buildings and waterfront cafes and bars along the Limmat and the several other rivers.

Austria: A country of extremes where the fine arts and music scene of Vienna or Salzburg merges with the high-adrenaline adventures across its Alpine getaways, you will fall for Austria’s eclectic landscapes. Sheer peaks, flower-speckled meadows, deep river valleys, slow glaciers, whether it is the hiking boots you intend to put on or your bicycle helmet, you are going to delight in some truly off-the-radar nooks and crannies of this wild wild country. Snow on these very slopes beckon boarders and skiers from far and wide just as sunshine brings in the white-water rafters and the canyon climbers in great numbers. The baroque churches and the gilded concert halls of Hapsburg being quite another story.

Greece: A jewel of the Mediterranean, Greece with its sun-blanched beaches, gigantic ruins and striking blue waters is a trip down in history and culture while being a treasure-trove of natural landscapes. The seemingly endless Aegean coastline has turned into a veritable cultural hub with a thriving music and culinary scene. From trekking up the Meteora’s monasteries sitting precariously over a promontory to browsing the ancient walled villages in Delphi, there is an artistic expression in every stone, in every fragment of brick and mortar. Little wonder, Greece explodes with exhibitions, festivals and endless cultural activities through the year. While Santorini’s white and blue landscape brings in the party lovers and the leisure seekers, the Aegean brings in a different tribe of travellers, ones that take heart in wreck diving, kite-surfing and rock-climbing. Add to it the Greek love of food. From Mediterranean-style pastas with cherry tomatoes, fresh basil and a generous sprinkling of olives, to the softest and the hardest of cheese for your antipasti and even sweet dishes, you are not going to return without perfecting the recipe for the iconic oven-baked aubergine and minced lamb dish, moussaka.

Europe for the gourmet
The continent’s fascinating melange of cultures, histories and traditions has led to the creation of a cuisine that is by turns robust and simple in flavour, one whose interpretation changes the further you travel bringing out regional biases for herbs and meats, grills and bakes, and the sweet and the tangy. If you have been scouting for Europe packages from India, what better way to begin by ticking off places that satiate one of your primal senses - the sense of taste.

Berlin: A city whose history is deeply ingrained into its very ethos is one that has grown into a fascinating symphony of architectural masterpieces, historical ruins, beer gardens, industrial techno temples, raunchy cabarets and suave cocktail bars. Outside of strolling along the remnants of its landmark memorial, the Berlin Wall and studying the detailing of a Prussian palace, head to its eating out districts to understand what defines its food culture. At the Kreuzberg district, weave your way down a thriving street-food market and tuck into a medley of British-style pies, Thai dumplings, smoked fish the German way with chickpea pancakes to a vast array of Italian breads. You cannot leave Berlin without digging into its barbeque specialties such as pork belly, smoked potato, brisket making sure you soak them in an array of sauces.

Budapest: On the banks of the Danube, Budapest is not only about public thermal baths and fascinating baroque and neoclassical structures. Hungary’s capital city has a glorious dining out scene that merges seamlessly with its metropolitan nature while taking you on a joyride of flavours and aromas. Foremost, there is no disputing the Hungarian love for a goulash, a rich strew usually comprising meat and peppered with generous doses of paprika. Something you will encounter in different renditions in your travels across Central and Eastern Europe. Regarded the food capital of the world from late 19th century going into the early part of 20th century, in Budapest a French cream onion soup is just as well appreciated as a Chinese fried wanton hakka noodles. From fine wines, fisherman’s soup to the cabbage-stuffed Kaposzta, you will find robust, full meals in every cranny of the city.

Moscow: Once you have rounded up the Kremlin and Red Square, dig deeper into the heart of Russia’s capital city and you will find a cuisine that is steeped in tradition, sumptuous in taste, and a pride of its locals, being served across its umpteen cafes and restaurants. Following the ban on importing ingredients from the EU, Russia has turned inwards to growing and utilising its local produce. You will find Soviet-themed canteens, tony restaurants, family-owned eating joints and some splendid drinking havens. When in Moscow try out the Pelmeni, an Eastern European-style dumpling stuffed with minced meat, herbs and onion accompanied with sour cream, vinegar or melted butter. Other local favourites are the Moscow-style borscht, a beetroot soup. Blini, for instance, the Russian-version of pancakes but super thin is a great way to start the day with a scoop of berry jam. Moscow will surprise you with its food offerings at every step.

Madrid: A city of great artistic lineage, Madrid houses works by some of its fine home-grown artists such as Velazquez, Dali, Picasso and Goya. This artistry extends into its cuisine as well making it a vibrant culinary destination bringing in tourists from across Europe and outside. On the one hand, there is the home-style flavourful Spanish cooking and on the other some of the finest gastronomic rendition of its local recipes. The eating-out culture here is so evolved that you have takers for almost every version and style of cooking whether it is the best gazpacho at a Galician restaurant or a tapas at an Andalusian bar. When in Madrid do not leave without trying out the traditional Spanish pork stew, the Huevos Rotos - a meat and fried potato dish dressed with olive oil and sea salt, the fried squid sandwich and beef tripe dish called Callos. Make sure you round it up with some crunchy Churros dipped in melted dark chocolate.

Dublin: Dublin’s Viking past and a history that has left behind a plethora of medieval cathedrals and castles, to the Georgian constructions of the 18th century, makes it a handsome city with a deep-seated relationship with alcohol and food. Dubliners love their traditional pubs for a pitcher of Guinness to go with some crunchy fish and chips with a side of tartar sauce. However, among the Irish favourites are a beef stew made with Jack Smith stout beer available at Gallagher’s Boxty House on the same street as the iconic Temple Bar. Try out some bacon and cabbage with a parsley sauce. At the Pepper Pot Cafe, you must order the Irish brown soda bread and a portion of scrambled eggs. Across the city there are a whole lot of farmhouse cheeses, smoked fish and crunchy sandwiches to choose from.

A good time to visit Europe Europe’s northern countries such as Sweden, Norway, Iceland experience the best weather between July and August when the temperature oscillates between 20 and 22 degree Celsius. Most of Continental Europe - France, Italy, Austria, Germany - expect a congenial weather between 20 to 30 degree Celsius from the middle of May all the way till the end of September, with some of the highest temperatures in July and August. Avoid Mediterranean destinations like Greece in peak summer months owing to the heat and high humidity levels. It is better to travel in April to May or between September and October when the weather is relatively mild.

Best time to see its beaches: When booking Europe trip packages, and it is sunbathing on a beach that you enjoy, pick the late part of June through September for a holiday. Between May and June, the waters are cooler making them a tad unfavourable for a swim. Late September is also a good time with the crowds thinning. Some of the most stunning beaches of Greece are best visited between the end of May through October.

Best time for skiing: Europe’s ski resorts typically open in late November and stay so until mid-April. Within this, for better snow, less crowds and deals on hotel rooms and ski lift tickets, choose January. Stay away from these destinations around Christmas and New Years because of they get overtly busy and congested.

Best time to see its historical sites: A lot here is in a traveller’s bucket list. Europe’s archaeological ruins, ancient castles, baroque churches and palaces bring in travellers by the hoard each year. Some of the popular ones include Eiffel Tower in Paris, Colosseum in Rome, Stonehenge in England, the Acropolis in Greece. Visit these between July and August.

Best time to go backpacking: The peak time here is between July and August though the season lasts from May to September. Europe’s lakes, streams and seas are great for a swim and you won’t need heavy packing. The hiking trails, however, can get very crowded in this season owing to the favourable weather.

Getting to Europe From New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport, there are flights to European destinations like London, Paris, Zurich, Moscow, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Frankfurt, Rome, Munich, Milan, Vienna, Madrid, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Prague, Berlin, Barcelona, Budapest, Athens, Brussels, Dublin, Manchester, Helsinki, Lisbon, Venice, Edinburgh, Santorini among others. These include non-stop to hopping flights across airlines such as United Airlines, Emirates, British Airways, Lufthansa, Virgin Atlantic, Air India, Air France, Finnair, Aeroflot, Swiss International airlines to name a few. Some of the other Indian cities that operate direct to flights with a stopover include Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kolkata.

Popular Europe Holiday Packages

Europe Package Price
(Per person on twin sharing)
Nights Inclusions
Black Forest City Break (Land only) Rs 59,990 3 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
European Fiesta Land Only Rs 83,990 6 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Grand Tour of Switzerland Premium Package - 12 Days / 11 Nights Rs 6,49,900 11 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Jewels of UK & Scotland (Land Only) Rs 58,280 5 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
Enchanting Eastern Europe (Land only) Rs 69,990 9 Nights Meals , Accommodation , Transfer , Sightseeing
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  • Highlights of East Europe

    Group Tour | 5 Nights

    Budapest (2) Bratislava (1) Prague (2)

    Highlights of East Europe

    Budapest (2) Bratislava (1) Prague (2)
    Travel through the land of Europe covering Hungary, Slovakia, Austria and the Czech Republic with Yatra's Highlights of East Europe. A quick vacation, completing in 6 days, you will cover the best places in these towns making your trip memorable. Making sure your trip is seamless and comfortable, our travel experts, who are well-versed with these destinations, travel with you to keep you company all through this time.
    • Meals

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    EMI Rs.5,739

    Rs.1,03,400
    Rs.93,400

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.2,802
  • Serene Swiss Paris Experience

    Customizable Tour | 6 Nights

    Paris (3) Zurich (3)

    Serene Swiss Paris Experience

    Paris (3) Zurich (3)
    Swiss & Paris experience for an amazing European holiday
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    Rs.1,09,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.1,635
  • Swiss Paris Dreams - Valentine Special

    Group Tour | 6 Nights

    Paris (3) Zurich (3)

    Swiss Paris Dreams - Valentine Special

    Paris (3) Zurich (3)
    Enjoy valentine week with a special trip to Europe & experience the beauty and fascinating highlights of Paris and Central Switzerland. Explore the charming cities, mountain scenery and stunning landscapes.
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    EMI Rs.7,987

    Rs.1,69,990
    Rs.1,29,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.3,899
  • Switzerland, Paris, Austria And Italy

    Group Tour | 10 Nights

    Paris (2) Zurich (3) Innsbruck (2) Venice (1) Florence (1) Rome (1)

    Switzerland, Paris, Austria And Italy

    Paris (2) Zurich (3) Innsbruck (2) Venice (1) Florence (1) Rome (1)
    Take a break from the crazy and bizarre daily life for you get to cap the year with some amazing memories. Take this vacation to Europe where you get to witness, sheer beauty that is wrapped in timeless splendour. Home to many lakes, villages and Alpine peaks, Switzerland has the charm to take your breath away. France, in Western Europe, is home to culture, history and fashion, while Italy is home to the quintessential pizza. The capital city Rome is home to the Vatican as well as stunning landmarks, fascinating art and ancient ruins. Austria's Innsbruck is a heart stealer, and the beautiful weather is sure to refresh you! Embark upon this 10-day tour to Switzerland, Paris, Austria and Italy for the most fantastic holiday experience!
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    Rs.1,67,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.2,505
  • Enchanting Scandinavia

    Group Tour | 6 Nights

    Copenhagen (2) Oslo (2) Stockholm (2)

    Enchanting Scandinavia

    Copenhagen (2) Oslo (2) Stockholm (2)
    To ensure you have an amazing holiday, Yatra travel experts have curated some fantastic Europe tour packages for you. And one of these gems Enchanting Scandinavia that takes you through Denmark, Norway and Sweden. An ideal choice for a short vacation, make the most of this part of the European continent. Travel in luxury with air-conditioned coaches along with a well-travelled tour manager who will make sure your travel is seamless!
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    EMI Rs.7,766

    Rs.1,55,400
    Rs.1,26,400

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.3,792
  • Paris, Amsterdam, Germany & Switzerland

    Group Tour | 9 Nights

    Paris (3) Amsterdam (2) Frankfurt (1) Zurich (3)

    Paris, Amsterdam, Germany & Switzerland

    Paris (3) Amsterdam (2) Frankfurt (1) Zurich (3)
    If you are looking to end the year with a bang and on a little too perfect note, then nothing beats this deal that takes you to Europe, and far away from the monotonous daily life. Visit Paris, France's capital and known to be one of the most beautiful city's in the world. While its food and fashion are also a roar, Switzerland shall let you unwind in the lap of the Alps, as you take in the serene views covered by a misty milieu. Amsterdam is the Netherlands capital and known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades which are the legacies of the city's 17th-century Golden Age. Germany with its landscape bustling with forests, rivers, mountain ranges and the North Sea beaches will not fail to steal your heart.
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    Rs.1,61,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.2,415
  • Captivating Spain & Portugal

    Group Tour | 11 Nights

    Lisbon (2) Coimbra (1) Madrid (2) Sevilla (1) Granada (1) Valencia (1) Barcelona (1) Istanbul (2)

    Captivating Spain & Portugal

    Lisbon (2) Coimbra (1) Madrid (2) Sevilla (1) Granada (1) Valencia (1) Barcelona (1) Istanbul (2)
    • Meals

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    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.9,892

    Rs.1,85,990
    Rs.1,60,990

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.4,829
  • European Dream

    Group Tour | 9 Nights

    Rome (2) Florence (1) Venice (1) Zurich (2) Paris (3)

    European Dream

    Rome (2) Florence (1) Venice (1) Zurich (2) Paris (3)
    Europe rings a thousand beautiful experiences. Right from its ancient history, culture, architecture, entertainment to art. Roads &Clouds Europe Tours will take you through many experiences to explore the diverse food, culture, mesmerizing locations and of course not to forget the diverse languages.
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    • Sightseeing

    Rs.1,48,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.2,220
  • Swiss Paris Dreams

    Group Tour | 6 Nights

    Paris (3) Zurich (3)

    Swiss Paris Dreams

    Paris (3) Zurich (3)
    • Meals

    • Flights

    • Accommodation

    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.7,435

    Rs.1,40,000
    Rs.1,21,000

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.3,630
  • Glimpses of Europe

    Group Tour | 8 Nights

    Netherlands (2) Paris (3) Central Swiss (2) Zurich (1)

    Glimpses of Europe

    Netherlands (2) Paris (3) Central Swiss (2) Zurich (1)
    Explore the gems of Europe and re-discover the charm of the old world coupled with the charisma of the contemporary world. This is a mid-paced tour for a short duration covering some key countries of Europe. It includes an excursion to the Netherlands, Brussels, Paris & Switzerland. The tour highlights all must-visit attractions of these countries. The journey would be comfortable as you would be taken in air-conditioned coaches with a very well trained and traveled Tour Manager.
    • Meals

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    • Sightseeing

    EMI Rs.8,762

    Rs.1,70,600
    Rs.1,42,600

    Per Person on twin sharing

    • Earn eCash
    • Rs.4,278

Europe Tour Packages FAQs

Q. What does it cost to travel to Europe?
A. If you are travelling on a budget, you will need an estimated average of about INR 4000 to 6500 per day if this is in Western Europe. The average will be slightly lower if you were to pick Eastern Europe. However, be mindful of the fact that this does not entail the cost of your air tickets or any other form of transportation.


Q. Would I require a travel insurance?
A. While it is not a necessity, it is however better to have one. Your OTA from whom you buy your Europe holiday package can arrange the same for you.


Q. Should I be carrying my Euros and Pounds before leaving for the trip?
A. Do not carry too much cash in hand when starting your journey because your local bank may not be able to provide you with the best exchange rate. About 200 Euros are good to begin with. But once you arrive in Europe and you begin to withdraw the cash from ATMs, you are expected to get a better currency valuation. A multi-currency card always comes in handy and is a good idea to carry one on your trip.


Q. What is a better way of getting around, a debit card or a credit card?
A. It is just to carry both provided they are put to different uses. Limit your debit card usage to only ATM withdrawals because the card can get easily copied or skimmed. The chances of theft of debit card money is also averted by doing so. A credit card, on the other hand, works better for paying for your purchases unless of course you decide to use cash. It is good to carry a couple of credit cards in case one doesn’t work.


Q. Is it good to have a rail pass for my train travels?
A. Rail pass gives you the flexibility to travel whenever you wish. Get yourself a single ticket for a high-speed train as it works out cheaper than buying rail tickets about a couple of months ahead. A rail pass is always the more economical option in case you are buying your ticket a couple of days in advance or even on the day of the journey.


Q. Is train or flight a better and cheaper way to travel around in Europe?
A. The railway connectivity across destinations in Europe is stellar and is most definitely the better way of travelling across the continent. Also, railway stations are always in the city centre and from one city centre to the other in under five hours is not a bad way of getting around. Add to it the stunning scenery along the way. But for very long journeys, opt for a flight as it is would be more economical, and any day faster. There are several budget airlines operating flights within Europe and you can conveniently fly one of them.


Q. How about driving around in Europe?
A. Roads across Europe are in great condition and offer an unparalleled scenery. It is in fact the best way to get to smaller towns, hill stations and the countryside. However, you must avoid driving in main, big cities because of the chaotic traffic, when a train or a bus is a better way of getting around. You will need an international drivers licence to be able to drive around in Europe. Also you need to study the driving rules of different European cities thoroughly before getting behind the wheel and zipping through.


Q. Is it safe to leave my backpack or luggage behind during the day on a hostel stay?
A. Yes, most hostels provide lockers for you to stash your belongings because only you would have the key to that lock. There are several hostels that have luggage rooms allowing you to keep your belongings in case you arrive ahead of your check-in time. Even hotels have this facility including letting you keep your bags for a while after you have checked out.


Q. How much should I be packing for my Europe trip?
A. The adage ‘pack light’ does indeed hold water and makes your travelling around easier and more comfortable. Mostly it depends on the season in which you are visiting. For example, a winter visit warrants heavy jackets, windcheaters, waterproof shoes, a raincoat for the occasional rainfall, mufflers and caps. Summer destinations are best explored in light cotton clothing, but make sure you have a bottle of drinking water and a sunscreen lotion tucked away in your bag.


Q. Would I need a separate phone number in Europe?
A. You can buy a local SIM or get an international plan worked out by your service provider in your home country. But when buying data card etc you would need to produce valid documents such as passport at the point of sales.

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