Eurotrip 2019 was the second half of our trip that began with South Africa 2019. We had a planned 9-day stopover to allow for a break in traveling and to see some new places along the way.
When we landed in Amsterdam, our offspring had their own itineraries planned. My daughter headed south to Basel, Paris, and Belgium, my son went to Vienna, Prague and a small town near Passau to meet with a friend before returning to Amsterdam. My wife and I flew to Venice and then on to Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Slovakia and back through Germany to Amsterdam. Therefore, this trip differed from our previous Eurotrips.
Even though some of the itinerary locations were train changes; this gives a better idea of the path we took than just endpoints. Please note that due to the airfare being shared with the first part of the trip to South Africa, the airfare is much higher than usual. Approximately $4400 of the airfare is associated with the South African portion based on prices at the time via a more direct route.
Both kids are supposed to do a blog post on their Eurotrip adventure. However, I am not holding my breath though.
Our Eurotrip Itinerary
Our flight from Cape Town was via Johannesburg and Paris before arriving in Amsterdam.
Budget (estimated) 4 people
|The full airfare cost was split between this trip and the South Africa 2019 portion.||$5400 ATL to South Africa to AMS to ATL|
$400 AMS to Venice
|Rental cars (including fuel)||$85|
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