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4 Weeks in Europe

Hey guys, ill be heading out on my first solo trip ever pretty shortly here. My travel dates are October 7th to November 4th

I have the first week booked for hostels and my route kind of mapped out, just a couple questions I am hoping to get answered to relieve some stress.

I dont want to book the whole trip and feel obligated to stay at X city for X days without the option of staying longer or leaving earlier... is this a bad idea? Will it be hard to find a hostel day of?

I also have not booked any flights from one country to the next as I plan to just buy a ticket when I feel like moving on.... again is this a bad idea?

I have 2 flights booked as of right now, my flight into Europe and my flight out of Europe.

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 03:03PM by 192837465qq

Lake Saif ul Malook: A place where fairies live!

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 02:35PM by AliZainBhatti

Family long travel - Mid-Feb-April - U.S. or Europe first? Nature/Outdoor focus

We're a family with two boys 10 and 12, doing 6 weeks in Playa Del Carmen Jan 1-mid Feb, and then trying to decide if we should road trip from home (Toronto area) to Colorado, Utah, California, Oregon, etc for next 2 months, or go to southern Europe (Spain, Portugal, Croatia, Greece, Italy) first. We're doing both trips, just trying to work out best order, and also looking for any suggestions.

Main concerns are weather and keeping two high energy boys busy. We mainly avoid cities, and like to hike, bike, beach, paddle, etc. Seems easy to find fun outdoor places in U.S. national parks, but having some trouble in Europe figuring out good areas for this. Need a wide variety of options for activities.


Submitted September 20, 2017 at 02:56PM by muskokadreaming

Had dinner last night at Cafe Bonne Biere in Paris - same restaurant that terrorists bombed with Molotovs in Nov 2015. What a beautiful city.

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 02:59PM by cogitoergognome

AMA about travel safety & security!

Hi everyone!

I'm former corporate security and crisis management professional, geopolitical analyst and now director of travel security company HowSafeIsMyTrip, Lewis Tallon.

I'll be here for the next couple of days to answer any questions you might have on travel safety and security! Feel free to ask anything from personal safety and how to avoid being scammed through to country risk levels and armed conflict threats!

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 02:06PM by sageandonion

Visiting Tulum, Mexico at the end of the year - any tips?

Hey all!

My Fiancee and I will be travelling to stay in Tulum, Mexico at the end of this year and I'm hoping to get some perspective from my fellow redditors who have visited the Quintana Roo area (or from locals ;)).

We chose Tulum because we're after the luxury resort feel, but don't want to immerse ourselves in the party zone that Cancun seems to be.

I've got a short list of things I've seen recommended:

  • Xel-Ha
  • Coba Ruins
  • Chichen Itza Ruins (though I think we might be fine with just Coba?)
  • A few Cenotes
  • Akumal Beach
  • Si'an Kan
  • A couple of adventure tours (any specific recommendations on these?)

Now to my questions:

  1. Are there any other MUST SEEs that I'm missing from my short list of activities?

  2. Would you recommend renting a car to travel around the peninsula? If so, any recommendations on reputable companies? (I've noticed that prices outside of the Cancun airport are ridiculous, but I can find cheaper rates if I choose a rental company in Tulum)

  3. If a rental car isn't possible (or we choose not to), what is the case for transportation from Tulum to various attractions? Am I going to be shammed by a taxi overcharging? Any other reputable modes of transport?

Thanks in advance!

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 02:17PM by brancasterr

I quit my job, sold my stuff and drove from Alaska to Argentina - 2 years, 17 countries. This is the perfect "overland" trip for beginners!

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 02:29PM by grecy

Any nzers/aus travelled to Ukraine? Visa questions!

Wanting to go to Ukraine in two weeks, will fly in to Kyiev. Just looking for advice regarding the visa. My nz pal turned up with no completed paperwork and said it cost him quite a lot bit seemed to think this could be avoided with applying before arrival.

Are there forms online I can fill out to speed up the process upon arrival as it does in fact seem visa upon arrival is the only option.

Will have proof of accomadation and an exit route sorted.

Any advice appreciated thank you!

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 12:29PM by runawaynips

11 days solo trip to Seychelles

Submitted September 20, 2017 at 01:58PM by vir-travel

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