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    Default Europe tours :)

    I really want to go on a tour to Europe at the end of the year, just me.

    But I duno where to begin.. I could go in a tour, but then I've read all contiki/topdeck tours are just kiwis and Aussies and I wanna met the locals lol

    Or I could go alone and then what??

    Any suggestions/ideas/experiences on what you did??

    Tia

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    If memory serves, Busabout gives you the option of hopping on and off as you like so if you want to stay in say, Florence, for a bit longer you just get on the next bus that comes through that area.

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    I did a contiki tour a long time ago (last century!!!) and it really was pretty much Aussies, Kiwis and the odd Canadian.
    It was heaps of fun though, at least the parts I remember :0 but I have fantastic memories and saw lots of things in Europe that other people in my family missed because they had to organise their own transport, accommodation and food on their travels.
    I think that if you haven't travelled in Europe before, and are doing it solo, a tour is a great way to see the highlights.


 

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