Written by Michael

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Planning one month traveling Europe can feel extremely exhilarating and daunting at the same time. With so many countries residing so close together, it’s tough to decide what to see, where to go, and how much time to spend in each place. With that being said, it’s also incredibly tempting to try and just see it all. One day in each country should do, right?

While the idea of adding 20 or more stamps to your passport is enticing, it won’t be worth it in the end. Instead, choose an itinerary that allows you to fully immerse yourself in your surroundings. Whether you’re a new traveler or a seasoned wanderer, here’s how to get a taste of what every region in Europe has to offer.

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Written by Michael

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It’s time to explore the large cities of Europe, discover a mix of cuisines in each country, and watch the scenery change as you arrive at your next destination; add your favourite travel companion, and it is a dream come true. The sad thing is that we usually need to save up for these trips, and often an entire year in advance if you’re a student – it kind of puts a damper on the excitement, doesn’t it?

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Even a day in Paris will make you want to stay there for the rest of your life. Its romantic atmosphere and flickering lights will mesmerise you the moment you arrive. And soon enough, you’ll wish to savour the city’s finest wines and delicious croissants, and stroll down its boulevards forever. For starters, even a long weekend will provide you with enough time to experience the finest things Paris has to offer. And when the departure time comes, don’t despair – you’ll definitely go back to the City of Light.

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