60 days in Europe Itinerary

60 days in Europe Itinerary

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Brussels, Belgium
— 4 nights
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Bruges, Belgium
— 4 nights
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
— 6 nights
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Berlin, Germany
— 4 nights
Fly
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Munich, Germany
— 4 nights
Fly
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Prague, Czech Republic
— 6 nights
Fly
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Vienna, Austria
— 6 nights
Drive
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Budapest, Hungary
— 5 nights
Drive
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
— 2 nights
Shuttle to Zagreb, Fly to Dubrovnik
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Dubrovnik, Croatia
— 2 nights
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Nice, France
— 6 nights
Fly
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Granada, Spain
— 3 nights
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Seville, Spain
— 6 nights
Fly
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Santiago de Compostela, Spain
— 1 night
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Brussels, Belgium — 4 nights

The allure of the multi-cultural capital, Brussels, stems from its mix of political intrigue, artistic influence, historical significance, and a thriving social scene.
Appreciate the collections at Museum De Reede and Musical Instruments Museum (MIM). Visit Grand Place and Les Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert for their historical value. Venture out of the city with trips to De Koninck Antwerp City Brewery (in Antwerp) and Molsbroek (in Lokeren). Next up on the itinerary: make a trip to Atomium, admire the masterpieces at Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, identify plant and animal life at Relax Divers Meise, and admire the striking features of Eglise Notre Dame Du Sablon.

To see more things to do, reviews, maps, and tourist information, you can read our Brussels road trip app.

London, UK to Brussels is an approximately 3-hour train ride. You can also fly; or do a combination of car and train. The time zone changes from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) to Central European Standard Time (CET), which is usually a 1 hour difference. In March, plan for daily highs up to 10°C, and evening lows to 1°C. Finish your sightseeing early on the 13th (Sun) so you can drive to Bruges.
Museums · Breweries & Distilleries · Historic Sites · Wildlife
Side Trips
Find places to stay Mar 9 — 13:

Bruges, Belgium — 4 nights

The medieval town of Bruges centers around a canal, and the architecture of its historical district has made it a World Heritage Site.
Head to Art Center Horus and The Chocolate Line Brugesfor some retail therapy. You'll explore and learn at Groeningemuseum and Choco-Story - The Chocolate Museum. Get out of town with these interesting Bruges side-trips: Ghent (Gravensteen, Ghent City Center, &more). And it doesn't end there: indulge your thirst for a good beer at Huisbrouwerij De Halve Maan, make a trip to The Markt, take in panoramic vistas at Belfry of Bruges, and steep yourself in history at The Princely Beguinage Ten Wijngaarde.

For reviews, photos, maps, and tourist information, go to the Bruges trip planner.

Traveling by train from Brussels to Bruges takes 2 hours. Alternatively, you can drive; or take a train; or take a bus. Expect a daytime high around 11°C in March, and nighttime lows around 2°C. Finish your sightseeing early on the 17th (Thu) to allow enough time to drive to Amsterdam.
Historic Sites · Museums · Shopping · Nature
Side Trips
Find places to stay Mar 13 — 17:

Amsterdam, The Netherlands — 6 nights

Known as one of the greatest small cities in the world, Amsterdam charms visitors with its cool and cozy atmosphere.
You'll enjoy a bit of beach vacationing at Zandvoort aan Zee and Scheveningen Beach. Let the collections at Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank House capture your imagination. Change things up with these side-trips from Amsterdam: Verita's Visit (in Leiden), Haarlem (Sint-Bavokerk (Church of St. Bavo) & Grote Markt) and The Hague (Binnenhof & Ridderzaal (Inner Court & Hall of the Knights) & The Mauritshuis Royal Picture Gallery). And it doesn't end there: admire the masterpieces at Rijksmuseum, stroll around Vondelpark, don't miss a visit to Leidseplein, and contemplate the long history of Museum Het Rembrandthuis.

For maps, ratings, where to stay, and tourist information, use the Amsterdam trip itinerary planner.

You can drive from Bruges to Amsterdam in 3 hours. Other options are to fly; or take a train. In March, daytime highs in Amsterdam are 11°C, while nighttime lows are 1°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 23rd (Wed) to allow time to fly to Berlin.
Museums · Outdoors · Historic Sites · Tours
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Find places to stay Mar 17 — 23:

Berlin, Germany — 4 nights

The country's capital and largest city, Berlin is a diverse urban center boasting a lively nightlife and countless things to do.
Give yourself a bit of retail therapy at Klassenfeind Gallery and Rausch Schokoladenhaus. Satisfy your inner culture vulture at Pergamonmuseum and East Side Gallery. There's much more to do: don't miss a visit to Potsdamer Platz, pause for some photo ops at Brandenburg Gate, steep yourself in history at Mauermuseum - Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, and get a sense of history and politics at Reichstag Building.

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Traveling by flight from Amsterdam to Berlin takes 4.5 hours. Alternatively, you can drive; or take a train. Finish your sightseeing early on the 27th (Sun) so you can fly to Munich.
Tours · Museums · Shopping · Historic Sites
Find places to stay Mar 23 — 27:

Munich, Germany — 4 nights

Often described as the city of laptops and lederhosen, Munich is an international center of business, engineering, research, and medicine that still maintains a rich cultural heritage and age-old traditions.
Do some cultural sightseeing at Nymphenburg Palace and Munich Residenz. Do your shopping at Viktualienmarkt and Schack-Galerie. There's lots more to do: engage your brain at Deutsches Museum, admire the striking features of Frauenkirche, contemplate in the serene atmosphere at St. Peter's Church, and admire the natural beauty at English Garden.

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You can fly from Berlin to Munich in 3 hours. Other options are to take a train; or drive. Expect a daytime high around 11°C in March, and nighttime lows around 0°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 31st (Thu) to allow time to fly to Prague.
Museums · Historic Sites · Tours · Shopping
Find places to stay Mar 27 — 31:

Prague, Czech Republic — 6 nights

Prague lures millions of tourists each year with its World Heritage-listed medieval city center--a labyrinth of narrow lanes, bridges, cathedrals, and palaces overlooked by a thousand-year-old castle.
For shopping fun, head to Gallery of Steel Figures or Narodni Galerie Praha. Staromestske namesti and St. Vitus Cathedral will appeal to history buffs. Spend the 5th (Tue) wandering through the wild on a nature and wildlife tour. There's much more to do: don't miss a visit to Prague Astronomical Clock, sample some tasty brews at a beer tour and tasting, steep yourself in history at Powder Tower, and contemplate in the serene atmosphere at Spanish Synagogue.

To see other places to visit and more tourist information, use the Prague itinerary planner.

You can fly from Munich to Prague in 3 hours. Other options are to drive; or take a bus. March in Prague sees daily highs of 11°C and lows of 1°C at night. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 6th (Wed) early enough to fly to Vienna.
Museums · Tours · Wildlife · Outdoors
Find places to stay Mar 31 — Apr 6:

Vienna, Austria — 6 nights

The cultural, economic, and political center of the country, Vienna has developed from its early Celtic and Roman roots into a medieval and Baroque city, with an old town that was designated a World Heritage Site in 2001.
Schonbrunn Palace and Hofburg are good opportunities to explore the local culture. Step out of the city life by going to Naturpark Mannersdof-Wuste and Donauinsel. There's lots more to do: admire the masterpieces at Belvedere Palace, wander the streets of Graben and Kohlmarkt, see the interesting displays at Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, and don't miss a visit to Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial.

To find maps, where to stay, more things to do, and tourist information, refer to the Vienna trip itinerary planner.

You can fly from Prague to Vienna in 3 hours. Alternatively, you can drive; or take a shuttle. In April, daytime highs in Vienna are 19°C, while nighttime lows are 6°C. Cap off your sightseeing on the 12th (Tue) early enough to go by car to Budapest.
Museums · Historic Sites · Shopping · Parks
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Find places to stay Apr 6 — 12:

Budapest, Hungary — 5 nights

You might consider the city of Budapest, divided by the Danube River into two distinctive cities--Buda and Pest--to be essentially one large World Heritage Site.
You'll explore and learn at Hungarian National Gallery (Magyar Nemzeti Galeria) and Memento Park. Give yourself a bit of retail therapy at Koller Gallery and Central Market Hall. There's much more to do: contemplate the long history of Fisherman's Bastion, awaken your taste buds at some of the top wineries in the area, admire the striking features of Hungarian Parliament Building, and contemplate in the serene atmosphere at St. Stephen's Basilica (Szent Istvan Bazilika).

To see maps, where to stay, reviews, and more tourist information, go to the Budapest trip website.

Traveling by car from Vienna to Budapest takes 2.5 hours. Alternatively, you can fly; or take a train. Expect a daytime high around 20°C in April, and nighttime lows around 5°C. Cap off your sightseeing on the 17th (Sun) early enough to go by car to Ljubljana.
Historic Sites · Museums · Nature · Parks
Find places to stay Apr 12 — 17:

Ljubljana, Slovenia — 2 nights

Sitting astride the Ljubljanica River, Ljubljana is marked with picturesque bridges and a marketplace, designed by the famous architect Jože Plečnik.
Start off your visit on the 18th (Mon): have fun and explore at House of Illusions, then visit Ljubljana Old Town, then take in the spiritual surroundings of Cathedral of St. Nicholas, and finally don't miss a visit to Ljubljana Castle. Here are some ideas for day two: snap pictures at Triple Bridge, get a sense of history and politics at Town Hall, step off the mainland to explore Bled Island, then step into the grandiose world of Bled Castle, and finally duck into Galerija Mikame.

To see where to stay, reviews, more things to do, and more tourist information, you can read our Ljubljana holiday maker site.

Traveling by car from Budapest to Ljubljana takes 4.5 hours. Alternatively, you can take a shuttle; or take a bus. In April, plan for daily highs up to 19°C, and evening lows to 5°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 19th (Tue) early enough to travel to Dubrovnik.
Historic Sites · Museums · Neighborhoods · Shopping
Side Trip
Find places to stay Apr 17 — 19:

Dubrovnik, Croatia — 2 nights

Along the Dalmation Coast, the city of Dubrovnik has become famous for its pedestrian-only Old Town surrounded by fortress walls, and its historical heft has earned it World Heritage Site status.
Start off your visit on the 20th (Wed): look for gifts at Break Time, capture your vacation like a pro with War Photo Limited, then appreciate the extensive heritage of Walls of Dubrovnik, then view the masterpieces at Art by Stjepko, and finally browse the collection at The Franciscan Church and Monastery. Here are some ideas for day two: head off the coast to Lokrum Island and then go all around town with Russian Guide in Dubrovnik - Evgenia Pashalich.

To see where to stay, ratings, other places to visit, and more tourist information, refer to the Dubrovnik road trip site.

Traveling by combination of shuttle and flight from Ljubljana to Dubrovnik takes 4.5 hours. Alternatively, you can drive; or take a bus. Traveling from Ljubljana in April, you can expect nighttime temperatures to be somewhat warmer in Dubrovnik, with lows of 11°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 21st (Thu) to allow time to fly to Nice.
Tours · Museums · Nature · Historic Sites
Find places to stay Apr 19 — 21:

Nice, France — 6 nights

Well-known for the beautiful views of its famous Promenade des Anglais waterfront, Nice is an ethnically-diverse coastal port city on the French Riviera and the fifth most populated city in France.
Visit La Croisette and Villa & Jardins Ephrussi de Rothschild for their historical value. You'll explore and learn at Musee d'Art Moderne Et d'Art Contemporain and Musee Matisse. Explore Nice's surroundings by going to Cannes (Rue d'Antibes & Le Suquet) and Juan les Pins Main Beach (in Juan-les-Pins). The adventure continues: visit Vieille Ville, examine the collection at Palais Lascaris, stroll through Blue Beach, and make a trip to Place Massena.

To find maps, more things to do, other places to visit, and tourist information, refer to the Nice travel route planner.

You can fly from Dubrovnik to Nice in 7.5 hours. Other options are to drive; or take a bus. In April, plan for daily highs up to 20°C, and evening lows to 13°C. Cap off your sightseeing on the 27th (Wed) early enough to catch the flight to Granada.
Historic Sites · Museums · Neighborhoods · Shopping
Side Trips
Find places to stay Apr 21 — 27:

Granada, Spain — 3 nights

Granada boasts numerous well-preserved examples of exquisite Moorish architecture, not the least of which is the Alhambra, an ancient citadel and royal palace.
Popular historic sites such as Alhambra and Generalife are in your itinerary. Get in touch with nature at Burriana Beach and Fundación Cueva de Nerja. And it doesn't end there: wander the streets of Albayzin, appreciate the extensive heritage of Mirador de San Nicolas, take in the spiritual surroundings of Royal Chapel of Granada, and look for gifts at Artesania del Arbol.

To find reviews, ratings, and tourist information, refer to the Granada trip planner.

Traveling by flight from Nice to Granada takes 7.5 hours. Alternatively, you can drive; or take a train. Traveling from Nice in April, you can expect nighttime temperatures to be slightly colder in Granada, with lows of 9°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 30th (Sat) to allow time to drive to Seville.
Historic Sites · Parks · Beaches · Neighborhoods
Side Trip
Find places to stay Apr 27 — 30:

Seville, Spain — 6 nights

A city of rich Moorish heritage, Seville is the cultural and financial center of southern Spain, and the site of numerous festivals throughout the year.
Museum-lovers will get to explore Museo Lara and Museo Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija. Your inner history buff will appreciate Plaza de España and Royal Alcázar of Seville. Get out of town with these interesting Seville side-trips: Cordoba (Palacio de Viana & Mezquita Cathedral de Cordoba). There's much more to do: take in the architecture and atmosphere at Catedral de Sevilla, admire the striking features of Setas de Sevilla (Metropol Parasol), indulge your senses at some of the top wineries in the area, and wander the streets of Centro Historico de Sevilla.

To find reviews, more things to do, traveler tips, and tourist information, use the Seville planning website.

Traveling by car from Granada to Seville takes 3 hours. Alternatively, you can take a train; or take a bus. Expect a bit warmer evenings in Seville when traveling from Granada in April, with lows around 13°C. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 6th (Fri) so you can catch the flight to Santiago de Compostela.
Historic Sites · Museums · Neighborhoods · Tours
Side Trips
Find places to stay Apr 30 — May 6:

Santiago de Compostela, Spain — 1 night

As the site of the sacred cathedral that marks the end of the pilgrimage route of the famous St.
Kick off your visit on the 7th (Sat): contemplate in the serene atmosphere at Cathedral De Santiago de Compostela, then make a trip to Portico de la Gloria, and then see the interesting displays at Museo do Pobo Galego.

Plan trip to Santiago de Compostela with our itinerary maker to find out where to go and what to do.

You can fly from Seville to Santiago de Compostela in 3 hours. Other options are to take a train; or drive. Traveling from Seville in May, things will get a bit cooler in Santiago de Compostela: highs are around 21°C and lows about 9°C. Cap off your sightseeing on the 7th (Sat) early enough to go by car back home.
Museums · Historic Sites
Find places to stay May 6 — 7:

Belgium travel guide

4.2
Specialty Museums · Historic Sites · Nightlife
A small country packing a big punch in terms of tourist attractions, Belgium sits at the crossroads of Western Europe, its cities soaked in history and famed for their lively arts, fashion, and dining scenes. Although it advertises itself simply as "A Food Lover's Dream," this country of just 11 million people boasts a rich architectural heritage, world-famous breweries, pristine natural areas, and touching memorials marking major battlegrounds from both World War I and World War II. Put the country's elegant cities of Brussels and Bruges at the top of your itinerary, but don't forget that Belgium's less-explored countryside offers dense forests, rolling hills, and lush valleys.

The Netherlands travel guide

4.3
Art Museums · History Museums · Specialty Museums
Low Country
The Netherlands literally means "Low Country", inspired by the country's low and flat geography, where only about 50 percent of the land exceeds one meter (three feet) above sea level. Since the late 16th century, large, flat land areas called "polders" have been reclaimed from the sea and lakes and protected by dikes, amounting to nearly 17 percent of the country's current land mass. The Netherlands is. This is small, densely populated country lies mainly in Western Europe but also includes three islands in the Caribbean; it's the main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The European part of the Netherlands borders Germany to the east, Belgium to the south, and the North Sea to the northwest, sharing maritime borders with Belgium, the United Kingdom and Germany. Amsterdam, The Hague, and Rotterdam serve as the three largest and most important cities in the Netherlands. Amsterdam is the country's capital, while The Hague holds the Dutch seat of government. The port of Rotterdam claims the title as the largest port in Europe, in fact, it's as large as the next three ports combined.

Germany travel guide

4.5
Specialty Museums · Landmarks · Historic Sites
Germany is the home of high culture, fine art, classical music, world-class sports, award-winning cuisine--and some of the world's best beers. It's also one of the major economic and political powers of the European continent. One of the founding members of the European Union, Germany is a federation of 16 states. Each boasts its own distinct culture, art, cuisine, regional traditions, and array of things to do. The country is known worldwide for its precision engineering and high-tech products. Equally, though, Germany is admired for its old-world charm and what is locally known as gemutlichkeit (coziness). This is one of the easiest countries in the world to explore, offering an abundance of sightseeing opportunities. German transportation runs with German efficiency. Therefore, getting around the various regions is almost always easy, quick, and pleasant. Visit the cities to explore museums, art galleries, modern restaurants, and trendy shops. Also be sure to venture deeper into the countryside. Here, you can discover ancient castles and bustling little villages. Often in these off-the-beaten-path areas, the main tourist attraction remains the simple hospitality of the friendly locals.

Czech Republic travel guide

4.4
Bridges · Historic Walking Areas · Castles
From historical towns and cities, to a countryside speckled with castles and chateaus, the Czech Republic is a holiday destination that can satisfy everybody's taste. Even though it's modern and fully-developed, the country carefully preserves its traditions and heritage. The city of Prague, with its breathtaking architecture, vibrant art and culture scene, and bustling nightlife, is not only one of the country's main attractions, but also a top European tourist hub. The scenic countryside features numerous national parks and nature reserves perfect for hiking, cycling, golfing, and enjoying the natural beauty. In the wintertime ski buffs have their pick from a selection of resorts. If you're looking to unwind and rejuvenate in picturesque settings, visit the famous spa and wellness resorts that have been renowned in Europe for centuries.

Austria travel guide

4.6
Castles · Art Museums · Churches
Situated in the Central European Alps, Austria combines an alluring bundle of elegant urban architecture, cultural centers, and dramatic landscapes. This German-speaking country of 8.5 million residents is known for its rich history, dating back to the Hapsburg Empire, as well as its art, music, and scenery. Along with the neighboring country of Switzerland, Austria serves as the winter sports capital of Europe and is home to some of the continent's most popular ski resorts. This landlocked nation draws visitors from across the globe to its mountains, historical villages, and culturally rich cities. Experience trekking in the Alps one day and drinking regional wine at a crowded pub after a day of sightseeing in the capital Vienna the next.

Hungary travel guide

4.1
Historic Sites · Thermal Spas · Government Buildings
Breadbasket of Europe
Because tourism throughout the whole country is not as popular as in other European countries, much of the natural beauty of Hungary has not been developed or exploited. Visitors today are drawn to the unspoiled picturesque landscape, the capital metropolis surrounded by charming small towns and villages, and the plethora of thermal baths. The country's number of well-preserved archaeological ruins, castles, cathedrals, and medieval towns provide opportunities to those wanting a taste of European history. With the opportunity to explore both time-worn architecture and notable natural surroundings in every region, Hungary provides sightseeing opportunities with the amenities of traditional tourist destinations. 

Slovenia travel guide

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Castles · Bodies of Water · Caves
Sunny Side of the Alps
From snowcapped Alpine peaks to sandy Adriatic beaches, a trip to Slovenia is like taking several vacations at once. Whatever the season, the country offers enticing natural attractions, all close at hand, including thick forests, scenic valleys, cave systems, waterfalls, lakes, and the Adriatic coast. For those seeking an active holiday, you'll fine an abundance of ski slopes, trails to hike, roads to bike, and rocks to climb. Pay a visit to some of Slovenia's spa resorts and take advantage of the fresh mountain air and thermal waters. Various castles, churches, and historical towns--many of which are fully preserved--tell stories of the country's past. In Slovenia's major cities, admire the architecture, explore the local arts, visit museums, and chat with the locals over a cup of coffee. Slovenian cuisine offers a blend of Alpine and Mediterranean tastes and is definitely worth trying, along with the country's wines.

Croatia travel guide

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Historic Walking Areas · Landmarks · National Parks
Once situated on the edge of empires between the Balkans and Central Europe, Croatia represents a land of great natural diversity and rich cultural heritage. Croatian cultural tourism relies on the charming juxtaposition of contrasts. Venetian palaces sit next to Napoleonic forts, Viennese mansions face Socialist Realist sculpture, and early Slavic churches built on the sites of ancient Roman settlements offer countless sightseeing opportunities. Croatia's museums present the main stages of the history of Europe. The country's sapphire seawater and long coastline speckled with islands draws visitors, as do numerous nature reserves, marinas, ancient fortified towns, and sandy and rocky beaches. In recent years, Croatia's shoreline has become a famed center for nautical tourism and naturism, and is a promising diving destination. Hikers explore outdoor landscapes of canyons, underground grottoes, dramatic waterfalls, stony peaks, and scenic lakes of the Dinaric Alps, which hug the coastline. Inland areas showcase mountain resorts, national parks, pine forests, vineyards, and spas.

Galicia travel guide

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Landmarks · Beaches · Sacred & Religious Sites
Still largely untouched by international tourism, Galicia offers outstanding seafood and a strong connection to the ancient Celts. Steeped in history, Galicia often feels far removed from the rest of the country, tracing its cultural ancestry to these Northern tribes, who began settling in the area about 3,000 years ago. Celtic traits remained ingrained in everyday life even during the period the region was part of the Roman Empire. Fiercely independent, Galicians take great pride in their cultural heritage and architecture, and well-preserved World Heritage Sites and other attractions are readily found in the region’s towns and villages. Its varied landscapes include spectacular sea views and rugged mountains.