Travel to Europe for the first time – What to see in each city?

Europe is a paradise for airlines low cost, with low cost. If you organize your trip with the precision of a master watchmaker, you can jump from country to country for very little money,
Traveling in Europe by train is one of the best options. Rail networks are very extensive and reach almost everywhere. Depending on the country and the category of the train, it is also an economical way to get around. Of course, the new high-speed lines are not exactly cheap and, in most cases, it will be cheaper to travel by plane for long distances.
More affordable than the train is the bus, although it is also slower and more uncomfortable. There is no point of comparison with Brazilian buses, Peruvian, Argentine … long-haul. The longest trips in Europe do not usually exceed five or six hours – with more out of the country – and the buses are not very prepared to rest comfortably. Even so, the network of medium and long distance buses is becoming more extensive and better, in addition to having very competitive prices.
The best time to travel to Europe: what are the best and the worst dates?
Beyond the fact that prices are higher, the saturation of certain tourist places in Europe in high season can take away all the charm. That idyllic image that you saw in the Instragram of the sunset on the Giant’s Causeway will be transformed into a procession of people who do not stop talking and who sneak in all your photos. Not to mention the long queues to buy your entrance to the Acropolis or climb the tower of Pisa or the Eiffel Tower.
Keep in mind that if your intention is not to visit the beaches, spring and autumn are better times: less crowding and more pleasant temperatures in general. If you are looking for cultural tourism, winter can also be your station: museums have heating and everything is cheaper.

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