I’m 35 years old and in my life, I’ve lived in many places, traveled to many places too but 5 things that few places taught me certainly needs to be mentioned because that made an impact on me and made me my better self. I carry mementos of these places as memories and Lessons.
I recently had the pleasure of visiting Europe which was a total joy. My trip was for 10 days and during my stay there I realized that it could have been more economical if I’d have planned it better. So here are my tips for Economical EuroTrip.
Prague was one of the beautiful places I’ve ever visited, it was clean weather was amazingly pleasant and the city was full of architectural wonders. It’s so well made with River snaking its way in the city. Every building is a monument in itself. The beauty of sculptures and buildings are awe-inspiring. You’ll be able to see red roofs and green domes as far as you could.
Vienna is a very vast city and its sightseeing might take days but we only had one day so here Vienna itinerary in 1 day. If you’re planning on a leisurely visit buy passes of hop-on-hop-off buses and local travel passes to make your commuting cheaper and purchase online tickets for places you want to explore to avoid the queue and long waits. Since we were doing superfast Vienna we didn’t have time to do it.
The Bernina Express took us from Chur to the heights of Glacier of Alp Grum then down to wine yards of Tirano Italy. The journey was awesome. The express is a luxury travel in itself it’s a Chair car with ample foot space and the best part is the window which extends to the ceiling for a panoramic view of the landscape. Free Wi-Fi is an additional benefit and the vocal guide keeps you informed about the scenic beauty we’re passing by.