There’s been a drive to promote travel within the continent of Europe going on for quite a while now and the popularity of the idea seems to be growing stronger and stronger, long after the visible drive has since died down. It’s a simple matter of residents of different countries within the continent realising just how much of the world they can cover by first exploring their most immediate surroundings.
With some terrorist activity going on however, stricter security measures have been put in place, but you have nothing to worry about if you have all your paperwork in order and you have genuine intentions to move around as a bona fide tourist. That said there are a couple of top tips I’d love to quickly share with anyone who is planning a multi-destination trip, as would be the indication if you’re planning to travel across Europe.
Use budget booking platforms. There are two reasons why you’d want to plan your trip using online budget booking platforms, one of which is the obvious one of getting special discounts which are only available through those specific platforms. Yes, sometimes you can get a flight ticket cheaper through an agent than what you’d have to pay for it if you tried to book it directly through the airline’s website!
The second reason which is not so obvious is that of being able to plan your trips better by way of taking full advantage of the proximity-to-price factor. For example, if a specific trip across Central Europe might include a visit to Prague to enjoy the nightlife, the only way for you to get the best and cheapest multi-airline, multiple-destination flight route is through an online budget airfare booking platform or aggregator.
Stay longer at each destination and you’ll also get to enjoy cheaper rates as rates become cheaper for accommodation which is booked for longer.