A Travelbum.net special online guide
A Planner for Cross-Cultural Budget Exploration
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Thinking about going to Europe? Excellent choice, mon ami, you are in the right place. On these pages you will find all key information, tips, links and resources you'll need. Consider this your predeparture orientation.
Once you get oriented, you might decide you don't need an additional guidebook. Actually, getting my travel guide stolen was key to having a great time in Europe. Without it, I was forced to depend upon the locals and the travelers' grapevine for information. Naturally, on-the-scene and up-to-date information was far better than that of a guidebook, especially considering the high turnover in tourist infrastructure. A travel researcher who may have whipped through a summer or two before just can not compare.
We will talk not so much about where to travel but how to travel. Here are some basic assumptions about you:
A quick bit of good news. There are plenty of ways to save, whether with accommodations, dining, transportation or equipment. Even when the exchange rate is poor, you can travel more cheaply overall in Europe than live at home. I still can't figure it out but it has always worked.
Thanks for reading. Let's get started. There are about 50 pages total, navigated in sequence, but if you want to bounce around use the chapter links above on the left.
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