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How to Spend 14 Days in Europe

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We’re back with part 3 of our “two weeks in a continent” series on the podcast! This time, we’re talking all about how to spend 14 days in Europe!

Europe is easily one of the most reasonable spots to spend a 2-week trip. With discount airlines and a vast train system, it is super easy to get around Europe and see a lot in just 2 weeks. So Chris and I are excited for you to tune in to our podcast episode, and let us know your thoughts on our two separate itineraries on how to spend 14 days in Europe!

Would you visit these exciting cities? Let us know in the comments or you can reach us on Twitter @wwhoneymoon, Instagram @worldwidehoneymoon, or email [email protected].

Overview of London with Thames River

Time Stamps 14 Days in Europe:

  • 0:22- Intro
  • 0:39- Updates/chat
  • 6:09- Kat’s approach to her 14 days in Europe itinerary
  • 11:13- Kat’s Europe itinerary: London, Paris, Munich, Budapest, and Porto
  • 33:28- Chris’s approach to his 14 days in Europe itinerary
  • 37:34- Chris’s Europe itinerary: Bruges, Paris, Milan/Piedmont, Barcelona, and Porto
  • 55:50- What was one place we regret not adding but couldn’t with time?
  • 58:57- Which would we drop to make the itinerary less fast?
  • 1:01:49- Anything we’ve learned? And would we go on each other’s itinerary?
  • 1:05:18- Wrap up
Fisherman's Bastion- 2 Days in Budapest

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