Cities : Innsbruck (2N),Salzburg (2N),Vienna (2N),Prague (3N)
From towering mountains to golden sands, Eastern Europe tells us a story of quaint and contemporary cultures which is always more than enough to keep us intrigued. Eastern Europe is a region that is a
In Europe, every season has its own characteristics, there is no one straight forward answer to when is, the best season to visit Europe. Every season can be a good time to visit, you just need to know what to expect during each season and what to expect.
The best time to visit Europe depends on what you wish to see during your visit, budget and the temperature range in which you’re the most comfortable.
Below is an overview, of what to expect in different parts of Europe in each season of the year.
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All European tours, involve walking on daily basis. Depending on the cities, sightseeing that you are visiting.
Below are the different types of tours:
Hop-on- hop-off bus pass:
Private van tour:
A rail pass and a train ticket are two completely different types of travel documents.
Are generally not serviced and self contained.
Unlike a hotel room, an apartment is equipped with a kitchen or kitchenette and a living area. Rooms range from smaller studio apartments to two- or three-bedroom apartments, which offer a separate living area, a kitchen, one or more bathrooms and separate bedrooms.
There is no room service / housekeeping / restaurant in an apartment, for intermediate cleaning you need to pay additional at the property.
There is no Reception & you have to self check in the apartments.
Apart hotels are self catering, but serviced establishments. They provide the same services and benefits as a quality hotel. It’s actually a small apartment within a hotel.
Apart hotels gives you a home away from home, with hotel services. It’s not a hotel, and not an apartment, it’s somewhere in between. They usually have an en-suite kitchen with cooker and fridge.
They are often run as a hotel, have a day or 24 hour reception, and are usually smaller than apartment.
Hotels can offer breakfasts, housekeeping, laundry services, or room service
Hotels have different room types, like standard, deluxe, suites, city views, sea views, garden views etc.
All Hotels in Europe Collect Tourist city tax locally.
Yes, it’s mandatory to carry International Credit Card, as you need to provide the details at the booked accommodation as a refundable deposit will be blocked for 15 working days and released post your check out. Any damage to the room/ property, will be charged to this credit card.
Also incase, you book a self drive car, you need to carry the same credit card that you provided at the time of booking.
No, you have to follow the timings as per the designated itinerary
You have to abide by timings for booked attractions, train tickets, transfers.
Most of the tickets are now E-tickets and can be validated at the entrance of the attraction, in some tours it is compulsory to exchange the vouchers at the supplier office and reach the departure point, so the passengers should carry the hard copies of the vouchers along with soft copies.
Wi-Fi is available at most of the International airports, Public access areas of Hotels, cruise lines, trains in Europe. Buses do not necessarily have Wi-Fi. The speed quality and speed may vary.
Some places may have access to Wi-Fi at a fee.
Yes, most of the public restrooms need to be paid for an access.
You can check with your current network provider, and purchase an international plan with data usage,
Or you can also buy a local sim card at the airport of the country that you are visiting.
In case you are visiting multiple countries on a single trip (For example Switzerland & France), You will have to check locally, if the sim card bought in Switzerland is valid in France too.
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