Maybe you think that organizing a vacation in Europe is just like any other. Well…you are only half right. Yes, you have booked your flights and rented a home, but if you want to be well-prepared, do a research and you are ready to go. Here are some helpful tips for first-time travellers to Europe.
You need to do this ASAP! It takes up to eight weeks to get your passport. Once you have it in your hands, you should make a copy of your info page, it will be useful while you are abroad.
The off-season in Europe it’s November-March and the shoulder season it’s April-June. Try to visit Europe in these months and your pocket will thank you. Besides this benefits, you won’t feel suffocated around big crowds.
You will need for sure a pocket dictionary, because some countries in Europe have barely any people who speak English such as Spain, Italy and France.
You can save money using the local metro system. Europe it’s well-known for the transit system, so you can explore many cities using public transportation.
Your attitude must be friendly. At some point you will need guidance, so use your smile and charm, you will be helped with pleasure.
If you want to feel the vibe of the city, take a walk and explore the small streets. That’s the way you should go, straight into the mouth of the unknown!