Where to Travel in Europe & Why: 5 Trips
Even a short visit to Europe will enrich you through experiences of diverse countries, languages, cultures and history, architecture and cuisine. On your first trip to Europe, you will have so many options it will be easy to get overwhelmed. Where will you begin? And when? Can you go? Should you go? Can you afford to go? Can you afford not to?
Start with these five trips as you venture into the magical world across the sea. Change the order, if you wish. But give yourself at least these five rich, transformative experiences. Make Trip #1: Fabled France first. Or begin with another trip of your choice. Just begin somewhere. Plan to take your first of these trips next year. Then take another trip each year (or one every two years) from that point on.
Can You & Should You?
Yes, you most definitely CAN go and, yes, you SHOULD go. Use the guidebook Your Great Trip to France, or the guide associated with another of the trips if you chose to travel in a different order, to know exactly how to plan and arrange and prepare for and make your trip.
Can You Afford to Go? Can You Afford Not to?
CAN afford to take these trips? Yes! Consult a Great Trip Guide to discover the combination of saving and priority shifting that will open the doors to your perpetual travel adventures. No magic involved… No pie in the sky… Just some practical considerations and decisions. Can you cannot “afford NOT to”? The answer to that question is a definite “NO!”
These are the trips of a lifetime that will become part of you and will change forever how you see life and the world. By making these trips, you will bring home stories and treasures, as well as changes in how you live your life from day to day. You will shift to eating lunch on your front porch, using the tablecloth you brought home from market day in Tremezzo on Lake Como. Many days you will cook Italian style, which is amazingly light other than the pasta… Sea bass in a lemon butter sauce… Fresh spinach lightly sautéed in olive oil… Possibly finished off with a small lemon sorbet. All just the way you loved it when you were sitting at a lake-side restaurant in Bellagio. You will follow the lead of all those other couples you sat beside in French cafes, taking time out of our busy work days to talk together and laugh together, and to look out across your terrace gardens (or potted plants). You will turn on music first thing every morning.
Once your perspectives and views have been broadened by travel, there is no going back…nor would you want to. You will Ignite Your Passion for Travel…