Eurotrip Itinerary, 14 countries in 45 days

I’ve been planning my biggest trip to date and I’m pretty damn excited for it. I’ll be heading to Italy with my girlfriend’s family to hang out in a villa for ten days. After that I’m road tripping around Spain, France, Monaco, and Switzerland with my lady. And then I’m dropping her off and road tripping around Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Liechtenstein by myself. I’ve never been to Europe so I am ultra excited to be able to check out a good chunk of it. The itinerary looks like this.

With the fam, June 25th to July 5th:
Rome, Italy
Vatican City
Villa in San Fatucchio, Italy
Florence, Italy
Pisa, Italy

With my lady, July 5th to July 21st:
Genoa, Italy
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Nice, France
Marseille, France
Montpellier, France
Barcelona, Spain
Valencia, Spain
Ibiza, Spain
Madrid, Spain
San Sebastian, Spain
Bordeaux, France
Nantes, France
Paris, France
Lyon, France
Geneva, Switzerland
Basel, Switzerland
Zurich, Switzerland
Lake Lucern, Switzerland
Interlaken, Switzerland
Wengen, Switzerland
Andermatt, Switzerland
Zermatt, Switzerland
Milan, Italy

All by my myself, July 21st to August 7th:
Venice, Italy
Innsbruck, Austria
Salzburg, Austria
Berlin, Germany
Nuremberg, Germany
Frankfurt, Germany
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Cologne, Germany
Dusseldorf, Germany
Brussels, Belgium
Antwerp, Belgium
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hamburg, Germany
Copenhagen, Denmark
Gothenburg, Sweden
Oslo, Norway
Stockholm, Sweden
Malmo, Sweden
Bremen, Germany
Berlin, Germany
Leipzig, Germany
Stuttgart, Germany
Vaduz, Liechtenstein

The itinerary with my girlfriend and her family is pretty nailed down. The itinerary when I am by myself probably will see a little reworking but I am mostly going to stick with that route.

All together it’s 14 countries in 45 days in Europe. I cannot wait.

2 thoughts on “Eurotrip Itinerary, 14 countries in 45 days”

  1. Too much info about ear wax and no info about if you got to rome. Love you. God bless. Hi to megan and her family.

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