If your currency is the US dollar, this is definitely the moment to take advantage of visiting Europe. The Euro has dropped to its lowest since over ten years. If you love traveling, the time is now to come and discover the Old Continent.
The continent is so rich and diverse you are sure to find something that you'll love. I often organise trips for people at work and very often for my family or loved ones. Before booking anything, consider creating an initial list of places you'd like to visit with the timeframe you'll have and include travel time. Then start making your research one country at a time.
UK's pound down?
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When I know nothing of a country, I check our travel packages from travel companies to get a general idea of the ''must see places'' that are usually in a tourist's itinerary. I am also a fan of travel guide books like Frommers or The Routard. Once you are in Europe there are many airlines/train companies that connect pretty much throughout all Euro Zone countries
Don't forget to check the documentation needed + insurance. It's always good to be prepared.
Start planning and go for it!
Several links that may be useful:
A country by country guide that will surely make you inspired : Guide to Europe CNN Traveler
Getting in the mood? : Europe awaits
A straightforward website with useful tourist info: Rick Steeves tips
The key is to pack light and be practical Pack light for Europe