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Solo travel Europe

Kuwait City, Kuwait
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Solo travel Europe


Plan to traveling Europe August for 10-14 days, please advise from which country can start, like to explore 3/4 countries..like natural..forest..waterfall..mountains..if possible instead sleep in hotel want to sleep in camp.

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1. Re: Solo travel Europe

Sorry, this is not a travel agency but volunteers who try to help. Please do some research then come back with at least something that we can comment on.

You do not state your nationality but that will have a bearing on visa requirements, if any.

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2. Re: Solo travel Europe

Hello Anbu and welcome to the solo forum. As davidblades has rightly pointed out, we are solo travellers, not immigration experts. There are 50 countries in Europe, of which 22 are Schengen zone signatories, so it isn't possible to advise you on all the different visa requirements.

As for what to see & do.....again, with so much variety, different weather patterns, transport options, currencies etc. this is beyond the scope of volunteers here.

I'd suggest you get hold of a good quality guide book to help you inform & research your trip. Lonely Planet have a comprehensive guide called Europe on a Shoe String, which is sufficiently detailed to cover all the above for a multi destination trip within Europe.

The individual destinations within Europe all have their own travel forum here in trip advisor. These contain many standard information items, covering the most frequently asked questions. It is a courtesy to read these items before posting a new question, as volunteers here have spent time and effort putting info items together, and saves repeating the same advice.

Trip advisor also has non destination forums, including road trip, adventure, bargain and air travel forums. These too contain vast amounts of information, again under the Top Questions side of the forum pages.

Unfortunately the trip advisor phone app is far too limited to show all this information, so you'll need a pc/laptop/tablet to be able to access the full content of this website.

Good luck with your research & planning.

Kuwait City, Kuwait
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3. Re: Solo travel Europe

Tq for advice and sorry for improper question..will search and get info about it..

Višnja Gora
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4. Re: Solo travel Europe


if you like nature go to Slovenia (Ljubljana, lake Bled, lake bohinj, Soca valley, Croatia (Istria, NP Plitvice, Dalmatia), Austia (salzburg) and czech republik.


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5. Re: Solo travel Europe

A Lonely Planet Europe on a Shoestring guidebook might be a good start. Read up a bit on each country and see which appeal to you most, and which are easy to combine.

The Ardennes region in Belgium offers hills (not really tall mountains, but still steep enough to do rappelling and mountain biking and such), waterfalls, caves, adventure sports, kayaking, war museums, pretty historical towns (but also very depressing ugly towns). For example Durbuy could be an excellent base, very pretty town, kayaking starting point nearby. Having a car would be most practical in that region.

From what I hear the Alps around Turin offer great hiking and you can sleep in huts along the way, but look up how that works.

The north of England, and Scotland are also very beautiful and have mountains and forests. I don't know about waterfalls.

But I'm sure many other countries also offer what you're looking for. The Alps in general are a good starting point i guess.

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6. Re: Solo travel Europe

There are indeed waterfalls in Scotland, and Wales come to that!

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7. Re: Solo travel Europe

Check co Kerry and/or co Clare in Ireland too.

Edited: 24 July 2016, 14:38
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