Today I will be talking about a 12 Day Europe Trip Itinerary, this is based on my experience of traveling around Europe. The first thing that you need to do when planning your vacation is research the area of where you want to go. In this case, I chose France and Italy because they are both places that I have always wanted to explore and they are also two very different countries in terms of culture.
Afterwards, there are things such as accommodation and transportation that must be decided upon before starting your trip. In order to get an idea of what kind of accommodations would suit me best while traveling with my wife through Europe it was important for me to look at other travelers’ reviews on sites such as TripAdvisor or HotelsCombined . Afterward, we came up with our own budget which would allow us not only have enough money left over for food but also be able to enjoy ourselves without stressing about money. Then lastly came the decision about where exactly we should go during our vacation; hereafter everything else depended on some factors such as weather conditions (if its hot then maybe staying indoors all day might not be so great after all) or if someone has special interests like music festivals or museums etcetera).
In this blog post, we’ll share a 12 day europe trip itinerary. This trip itinerary will hit some of europe’s most popular destinations.
If you’re looking to travel to Europe on a budget, this trip is perfect for you! We’ll show you how to see some of the continent’s most popular destinations without spending a fortune.
12 Day Europe Trip Itinerary:
Day 1: Amsterdam
Day 2: Amsterdam
Today, you’ll explore the city that is the capital of The Netherlands and a very popular tourist destination. Amsterdam is known for its canals and museums, as well as bicycles that are everywhere on the streets. The city also has many restaurants and bars for food lovers to enjoy!
Day 2: Paris
- Explore the Louvre
- Visit the Eiffel Tower
- See Notre Dame Cathedral
- Go to a cafe and enjoy the French atmosphere
Day 3: Prague
Prague is a great city to visit. It has a lot of history and culture, as well as beautiful architecture. There are many things to do in the city, from going on a walking tour to seeing some of the local art galleries and museums.
Prague is also one of the safest cities in Europe, so your stay should be worry-free!
Day 5: Rome
Rome is a must see. If you are visiting for the first time, Rome will be an amazing experience and it’s a great place to visit if you love history or just want to see something different from your usual vacation. It’s also a good fit if you like food!
If you’re looking for more of a guided tour than just wandering around on your own, I would recommend booking tickets online before leaving home so that they’re ready when we get there (they can be expensive!). We went during Spring Break so there were tons of crowds but still plenty of space available on our tour bus once we arrived at our first stop: The Coliseum.
Day 6: Venice
Venice is a beautiful city that’s famous for its canals. It also has many other things to see, like gondolas (a type of boat), pigeons and the Basilica di San Marco.
The city is best known as the birthplace of Christopher Columbus who sailed from there to find America. This trip will give you an opportunity to look back at his journey through history by visiting some of his landmarks along with those that were built after him such as Saint Mark’s Basilica (better known as Saint Mark’s Square) which was designed by Antonio Sansovino who worked on it between 1539-1548 and included two bell towers made from marble quarried on site here in Italy!
Day 7: Madrid
The capital of Spain is also one of its most popular cities, and it’s easy to see why. Madrid is a great place to visit if you want to experience big city life with a small town feel. It’s known for its amazing food, nightlife and culture (Madrid even has its own museum dedicated to bullfighting).
If you’re looking for something different than Barcelona or Seville—and perhaps more conveniently located—this is your best bet!
Day 8: Lisbon
- Visit the castle of St. George. The castle is a huge fortress that was built in the 14th century by King John I of Portugal, who wanted to protect his capital city from attack by rival powers such as Castile and Aragon. It has been restored several times since then and today houses several museums including one dedicated to armaments used during World War II (which you can take part in).
- Visit the monastery of Saint Jeronimo, which was founded by St Francis himself! This place has some beautiful artwork inside its walls as well as an interesting history behind it: when he came here with his mother they were attacked by a group of Moorish soldiers who killed many people before being driven off. The church itself features a large painting depicting this event which shows how bravely these brave monks fought back against their attackers even though they outnumbered them greatly!
- Next up we’ll visit two more famous churches here: São Miguel’s Cathedral (São Domingos) – where there’s really nothing else worth seeing except maybe some ruins outside – or Fatima’s Basilica which used to be bigger than any other church around Europe but now only contains one small room where visitors can pay tribute before leaving town again.”
Day 9: Berlin
Berlin is a great city to visit if you want to see history, or even better if you like the modern side of Europe. The city is full of museums and art galleries that showcase everything from ancient artifacts to contemporary art. If you love architecture, then this is the place for you!
The Brandenburg Gate is one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks. It was built in 1791 as part of Frederick William II’s plan to make Berlin into an imperial capital; however it wasn’t until 1810 when his son Wilhelm decided on its current design (a symbolically significant gateway between East and West).
Day 10-11-12 Copenhagen, Norway or Stockholm.
In this itinerary, you could visit all three cities. Or, if you’re short on time and want to see more than just Copenhagen and Stockholm, you could also take a day trip to nearby cities like Oslo or Helsinki.
This region is full of incredible sites—and so much more! You can explore the world-famous Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen; check out the Royal Palace Museum in Stockholm; soak up some local culture at Nothern Lights Festival; browse through art galleries in Malmö (a town that’s known for its vibrant nightlife); take a boat trip around Lagersund Lake; try Nordic cuisine at Stenkula Restaurant & Bar (which serves dishes like butterfish carpaccio with pickled cucumber).
These are so many beautiful cities to see and you can see them all in just 12 days!
This is a great itinerary for anyone who wants to see the best of Europe in just 12 days. You can see all these cities, and more, in that time span, allowing you to fit in a lot of sightseeing and travelling without feeling rushed or stressed out about being able to make it back on time for your plane.
The trip will take you through some amazing sites like Amsterdam, Paris and Madrid as well as many other beautiful cities like Barcelona or Florence!
I hope this helps you plan your trip to Europe! I’ve been on many trips, but this is one of the best ones I’ve ever experienced. It was so much fun to see all these beautiful cities in such a short amount of time. If you have any questions about what cities are recommended for this itinerary or how long each city should take, please feel free to ask me!