Europe is big but not as big as you think!

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Europe is big but not as big as you think! Reviews

Frenchie Frenchie
1 reviews
Aug 27, 2007
Hello hello or should I say Bonjour!

To come and visit Europe, you should first set the first city or country you wish to see. Probably for you will be London or Dublin because of the language. From there, stay in big cities as most of the thing to see are located there plus it's easier to find accommodation.

You will find out that Europe it's pretty big but easy to get around means from London to Paris it's about an hour flight and cheap too with Easyjet or Ryanair. The cheapest way will be the train if you don't mind the time consuming...

There are lots of things to see that's for sure but in many country you will find Tourist Office and the people will be happy to help you and give you some tips and advice about the selected country!

One of the worst thing in Europe, I'll have to warn you is that people often don't speak good English, mostly in South Europe (ie: France, Spain, Italy) so maybe try to take some sentences out of internet so you don't feel like all alone in the big world lol

I will just say, don't plan too much just go with the flown, I've met so many people that had come to visit Europe and they were completely fine in living on a day to day basis.

Places to go Dublin, London, Paris, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Czech Republic, Croatia, Greece, Switzerland

Good luck and don't hesitate to ask any question you might have.

Julie
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Ann_Hells says:
While there is much to see in the cities, I think it is important also to see the country. You must see the red flowers in the wheat fields...
But also true that people in the cities know more English!
Posted on: Aug 29, 2007
hadibreezy says:
Yeah,totally agree with europe is not that big but it is really well connected all over the continent! & to travel from another country to another is sure cheap & reliable to!

Just a matter of $currency exchange thats all!!

English is not perfect? fret no more, thats when the sign-language comes in place! ;)

Adiou & Cheers,

Posted on: Aug 28, 2007
Frenchie says:
hum it all depends what you want to see in Europe though...
Posted on: Aug 28, 2007
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