Of course you and your mates might prefer a week by the beach, where you can recover from the previous night's drinking on a sunbed rather than in a darkened hotel room. Consider somewhere cheap and cheerful like Benidorm, Valencia or Magaluf for a break in the sun with a great nightlife. Wherever you choose to spend your stag weekend, Purple Travel can help you plan the trip of a lifetime!
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WOW, what a great tool, a bit confusing but I am sure eventually" I will get it for future travel. I am planning a trip in July 2014 to Europe, back packing and staying at Hostels. I live in Vegas and since its just me I am VERY flexible as to where and when I arrive. My dates would be July 1st to arrive somewhere in the EU and be back to LV sometime July 27 or so. I have looked at a map of the EU and thought of doing a letter starting in London. Some of my prime choice cities are as follows: London, Paris, Rome, Athens, Odessa/Dnepropetrovsk Ukraine(visit friends so 4 days), Moscow/St. Petersburg RU, Berlin and back to London. I am thinking of night time travel by train and sightseeing during day anywhere from 24-48hrs. I thought of bidding" for my airfare as to keep costs low, staying at hostels or even sleeping on trains overnight. Can you give some great travel ideas for a first time back packer who wants to do the EU on the cheap!
I want to see a lot of places and I am totally clueless as of now. I am a solo female traveler hence want to be safe at the same time. Also I am looking for an extremely budget trip so any help from you on how to get started will be great! If traveling western europe will be expensive, I can cover eastern europe also and plan western europe next time. It would be great if you could get me started on planning my trip and booking cheap flights to amsterdam from leeds airfares.
I'm glad this has helped and it sounds like you have found some good deals. I've not flown Nepal Airlines but it seems to get pretty good reviews, and while they seem to have had a few incidents over the years, that wouldn't sway me because all planes are so much safer than any other type of travel in that region. If another airline (like Air India) is a similar price, it's something to consider. The real danger in Nepal are the buses that go from Kathmandu to Pokhara and other cities that require a mountain pass leg. Just make sure you pick a good company for those, although when the weather is decent I think they are all safe. Yes, US$80 is a good price for that flight, but Air India also offers that fare. New Delhi to Kathmandu is only 85 minutes by air, so that fare doesn't seem unusually cheap.
Another thing you could try is to look for a ticket into Dubai, Abu Dhabi, or Doha (Qatar), and then another ticket from there to New Delhi. Those Middle Eastern airlines usually have the best deals on these long flights, and you might be able to do better by piecing together two flights. If you have to stay overnight in one of those cities to get a better deal, then Dubai is the cheapest and easiest of them.
Amsterdam offers visitors some amazing museums, featuring some of the most well-known art and historical artefacts in the world. The Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, Foam, the Anne Frank House, and the EYE Film Institute are just cheap flights to amsterdam from london stansted a few. Visitors looking for a cultural weekend can find hotels in the Museumplein area to be within walking distance of many of these museums. A hotel in this area may not be cheap, but you will get an all inclusive feel with so many things to do in the area.
This is a tricky one. Flights to the Caribbean are usually cheapest 2 or 3 weeks out, but Christmas and Spring Break weeks are going to be exceptions because the airlines know they can sell all of the seats at higher prices without discounting. Still, I'd bet that those fares will bounce around a bit for at least the next few months. Very few people buy airline tickets 10 months early, so I'm sure only a few seats on those planes have been sold as of now.
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