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14 nights around Europe, Krakow, Warsaw, Milan and Budapest for just £298.67pp including flights and hotels @ expedia

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This is a perfect trip for anyone who wants to see some beautiful European cities and people who like a busy holiday, like myself!! This deal is based on 2 people flying out to Kraków from London Sta… Read More
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This is a perfect trip for anyone who wants to see some beautiful European cities and people who like a busy holiday, like myself!!

This deal is based on 2 people flying out to Kraków from London Stansted on 5th Novemeber returning on 19th Novemeber. You will be staying for 3 nights in Kraków, 3 nights in Warsaw, 4 nights in Milan and 4 nights in Budapest.

Trip breakdown

Krakow - 5th - 8th November

Fly from Stansted with Ryanair into Krakow early morning landing around midday.

I have chosen the 3* Emaus Apartments which is close to the river and the castle. The hotel has excellent reviews on Tripadvisor with 5 stars!! The room has a kitchenette and is located in the old town. There are plenty of hotels closer to the main square for around the same price if you'd prefer to stay there.

Warsaw - 8th - 11th November

You will catch the train from Krakow mid morning arriving in Warsaw just after midday.

I have chosen Helvetia Plus because of its excellent location in the heart of the old town. It has a private bathroom and 4 stars on Tripadvisor.

When flying to Milan from Warsaw Modlin, there are plenty of coaches from Warsaw centre from here, you can book your ticket online or buy it on the day.

Milan - 11th - 15th November

You will arrive into Milan around 9pm so hop on one of the many coaches available from Bergamo into the centre, a return trip is less than €20.

I've chosen hotel Aspromonte as it has an excellent location, next to a metro and close to Milano Centrale. It is a 3* hotel and have excellent reviews on Tripadvisor with it rated 4 stars.

Budapest - 15th - 19th November

You will hop on a short flight from Milan to Budapest arriving just after midday. Getting from the airport to the centre is easy and cheap.

I've chosen the 3* Budapest City Central which has raving reviews on Tripadvisor and is smack bang in the heart of the city.

There are plenty of cheaper hotels to choose from but there's are a bit further outside the city or have shared bathrooms!

You will be leaving early 19th November and head back to Stansted.

I understand this trip is very busy and probably won't suit everyone but this is the sort of holiday I like to do so I'm sharing my favourite type of holiday for others to try and enjoy too!

If you want to keep the price cheaper you can stay places with shared bathrooms or hostels. You could probably slash this deal in half if you don't mind sharing a room or a bathroom!

The train isn't available to book until 6 weeks before so you will have to book this at a later date.

This deal only includes hand luggage however for the amount of travelling you are doing it would be a great burden with a large suitcase, having to check it in and cart it around all the cities. This trip is designed for people who are ready to up and go with just hand luggage, it was also cost a fortune adding a suitcase on to all these flights!

Some of these cities require city tax to be paid upon arrival.

Price breakdown

Flights to Krakow booked with Ryanair - £48.58

Train to Warsaw booked with GoEuro - £23.57

Flights to Milan booked with Ryanair - £49.50

Flights to Budapest booked with Ryanair - £28.38

Flights to Stansted booked with Ryanair - £34.88

Krakow hotel booked with Expedia using code ONLIVC - £63.85

Warsaw hotel booked with Booking.com - £92

Milan hotel booked with Expedia using code ONLIVC - £153.42

Budapest hotel booked with Expedia using code ONLIVC £103.16

Total price for 2 people - £597.34

Total price each - £298.67
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#3
Sounds good if you can get the time off.
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backinstock
Sounds good if you can get the time off.

or just work in the state sector & go on the sick
8 Likes #5
luvsadealdealdeal
backinstock
Sounds good if you can get the time off.
or just work in the state sector & go on the sick

Work?
What, with my back!
3 Likes #6
luvsadealdealdeal
backinstock
Sounds good if you can get the time off.
or just work in the state sector & go on the sick

and then put the pics up on Facebook for everyone to see (like some people do) oO
2 Likes #7
Thank you. Inspirational post.
2 Likes #8
any idea where all the local laundrettes are? dont imagine many can fit 2 weeks of clothing in hand luggage
[HUKD Travel Expert] 2 Likes #9
rjmjnlcfm
any idea where all the local laundrettes are? dont imagine many can fit 2 weeks of clothing in hand luggage


Sure you can! I always do it :D as long as you have a decent trolley case and use your second bag wisely you can do it! :{
2 Likes #10
Heat for the work you have put in sorting the itinerary! Good price too.
2 Likes #11
Thanks for the effort; gives us some ideas to string together destinations
1 Like #12
Great bit of work this, thanks OP. Heat added.
2 Likes #13
Wish that I could give you double heat for the effort that you have put in here.
Nice succinct posting with just the right amount of details.
I'd def go for this but a bit worried about the temp after having taken SWMBO to Venice last January as a B'day treat.
Don't think I could suffer frostbite twice in one year Brrrrrr - Food for thought though. Thanks OP.
#14
backinstock
luvsadealdealdeal
backinstock
Sounds good if you can get the time off.
or just work in the state sector & go on the sick
Work?
What, with my back!

Get a back transplant, that's another 6 months off.
banned 1 Like #15
Saved it. Thanks for these nice share.
1 Like #16
Heat for effort, nice one broski.
#17
alecb
Wish that I could give you double heat for the effort that you have put in here.
Nice succinct posting with just the right amount of details.
I'd def go for this but a bit worried about the temp after having taken SWMBO to Venice last January as a B'day treat.
Don't think I could suffer frostbite twice in one year Brrrrrr - Food for thought though. Thanks OP.


Yea, I've been to Krakow (and Milan and Budapest) in the same month and its pretty brisk (I like it though). Krakow was covered in snow, pretty deep in areas too.
#18
Not looked at the deal, but if for dates in November to January, nothing special. Europe just as cold if not colder/wetter that time of year.
banned 1 Like #19
wow. Sounds like my kind of adventure. Thanks for all the preparation in the post and for the share BlueSkies.
#20
As others have mentioned, it's perhaps not going to be very warm at that time of year, so will it be possible to pack all required clothing in hand luggage - some people will need more than others ?
I didn't personally find Milan very exciting, so for more than a day what can you do - I was there when it rained, and not a lot of fun.
Following on from that, many travellers would like to buy stuff when away, especially fashion items from Milan, and perhaps early xmas shopping from any of the cities, so when a suitcase is added to the cost for at least two legs of the journey, it's not such a great deal, and I imagine chasing around between hotels, airport etc pulling a suitcase behind you will not add to the pleasure, and taxis will cost money also, if you want to save time.
It's a good idea, and well done for taking the time to research, but I've been to a fair few footy matches around Europe at that time of year, trying to do things on the cheap and occupy my time (In the days when you had to stay a Saturday night to get cheaper prices) , and it's not as straightforward as it seems from a distance.
I went by train from Milan to Genoa, and had a quick day trip down the coast - worth thinking about if Milan gets boring, just do the research first regarding flight and train connections, and hotels in Genoa won't be fully booked at that time of year either.

Edited By: kamenitzabrit on Aug 31, 2016 09:20
[HUKD Travel Expert]#21
kamenitzabrit
As others have mentioned, it's perhaps not going to be very warm at that time of year, so will it be possible to pack all required clothing in hand luggage - some people will need more than others ?
I didn't personally find Milan very exciting, so for more than a day what can you do - I was there when it rained, and not a lot of fun.
Following on from that, many travellers would like to buy stuff when away, especially fashion items from Milan, and perhaps early xmas shopping from any of the cities, so when a suitcase is added to the cost for at least two legs of the journey, it's not such a great deal, and I imagine chasing around between hotels, airport etc pulling a suitcase behind you will not add to the pleasure, and taxis will cost money also, if you want to save time.
It's a good idea, and well done for taking the time to research, but I've been to a fair few footy matches around Europe at that time of year, trying to do things on the cheap and occupy my time (In the days when you had to stay a Saturday night to get cheaper prices) , and it's not as straightforward as it seems from a distance.
I went by train from Milan to Genoa, and had a quick day trip down the coast - worth thinking about if Milan gets boring, just do the research first regarding flight and train connections, and hotels in Genoa won't be fully booked at that time of year either.


I haven't mentioned it being cold in November because surely it's common sense with it being winter.
I've been to Milan 5 times and I love it, I've been bother summer and winter and still love visiting, you've also got the lakes close by which is an hour journey and cheap on the train so if you do fancy getting away you can always visit there.
If people want to buy stuff when they're away that's their personal preference however this deal isn't based around people shopping, it's a site seeing holiday and that's why I haven't added a suitcase.
Never been to Genoa I did go round Cinque Terre that's close to Genoa though and that was lovely :D
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BlueSkies
kamenitzabrit
As others have mentioned, it's perhaps not going to be very warm at that time of year, so will it be possible to pack all required clothing in hand luggage - some people will need more than others ?
I didn't personally find Milan very exciting, so for more than a day what can you do - I was there when it rained, and not a lot of fun.
Following on from that, many travellers would like to buy stuff when away, especially fashion items from Milan, and perhaps early xmas shopping from any of the cities, so when a suitcase is added to the cost for at least two legs of the journey, it's not such a great deal, and I imagine chasing around between hotels, airport etc pulling a suitcase behind you will not add to the pleasure, and taxis will cost money also, if you want to save time.
It's a good idea, and well done for taking the time to research, but I've been to a fair few footy matches around Europe at that time of year, trying to do things on the cheap and occupy my time (In the days when you had to stay a Saturday night to get cheaper prices) , and it's not as straightforward as it seems from a distance.
I went by train from Milan to Genoa, and had a quick day trip down the coast - worth thinking about if Milan gets boring, just do the research first regarding flight and train connections, and hotels in Genoa won't be fully booked at that time of year either.
I haven't mentioned it being cold in November because surely it's common sense with it being winter.
I've been to Milan 5 times and I love it, I've been bother summer and winter and still love visiting, you've also got the lakes close by which is an hour journey and cheap on the train so if you do fancy getting away you can always visit there.
If people want to buy stuff when they're away that's their personal preference however this deal isn't based around people shopping, it's a site seeing holiday and that's why I haven't added a suitcase.
Never been to Genoa I did go round Cinque Terre that's close to Genoa though and that was lovely :D

Genoa isn't all that special though places such as Riomaggiore in the Cinque Terre certainly are.

We were in Krakow in Nov last year and it was very cold and rainy. However, I've been to Milan at that same time of year and it was balmy so it would be a good idea to check the weather for each city before leaving and pack applicably.

This is a really good trip with fantastic, varied cities. I'm doing a road/bus/train trip round Poland in a few weeks and if you can get in a few more places you do feel like your pound is going that little bit further.
[HUKD Travel Expert]#23
cheaperbythe12
BlueSkies
kamenitzabrit
As others have mentioned, it's perhaps not going to be very warm at that time of year, so will it be possible to pack all required clothing in hand luggage - some people will need more than others ?
I didn't personally find Milan very exciting, so for more than a day what can you do - I was there when it rained, and not a lot of fun.
Following on from that, many travellers would like to buy stuff when away, especially fashion items from Milan, and perhaps early xmas shopping from any of the cities, so when a suitcase is added to the cost for at least two legs of the journey, it's not such a great deal, and I imagine chasing around between hotels, airport etc pulling a suitcase behind you will not add to the pleasure, and taxis will cost money also, if you want to save time.
It's a good idea, and well done for taking the time to research, but I've been to a fair few footy matches around Europe at that time of year, trying to do things on the cheap and occupy my time (In the days when you had to stay a Saturday night to get cheaper prices) , and it's not as straightforward as it seems from a distance.
I went by train from Milan to Genoa, and had a quick day trip down the coast - worth thinking about if Milan gets boring, just do the research first regarding flight and train connections, and hotels in Genoa won't be fully booked at that time of year either.
I haven't mentioned it being cold in November because surely it's common sense with it being winter.
I've been to Milan 5 times and I love it, I've been bother summer and winter and still love visiting, you've also got the lakes close by which is an hour journey and cheap on the train so if you do fancy getting away you can always visit there.
If people want to buy stuff when they're away that's their personal preference however this deal isn't based around people shopping, it's a site seeing holiday and that's why I haven't added a suitcase.
Never been to Genoa I did go round Cinque Terre that's close to Genoa though and that was lovely :D

Genoa isn't all that special though places such as Riomaggiore in the Cinque Terre certainly are.

We were in Krakow in Nov last year and it was very cold and rainy. However, I've been to Milan at that same time of year and it was balmy so it would be a good idea to check the weather for each city before leaving and pack applicably.

This is a really good trip with fantastic, varied cities. I'm doing a road/bus/train trip round Poland in a few weeks and if you can get in a few more places you do feel like your pound is going that little bit further.


I loved Cinque Terre isn't it gorgeous! We also made the mistake of going to Portofino in January and it was a ghost town X) still pretty non the less!
I think as long as you're clever with you're packing you'll be fine! :D
That sounds good I was actually going to start this deal as a polish bus/train trip but I got sidetracked haha! Maybe next time X)8)
#24
Just from personal experience and no disrespect to the OP. I find these types of vacations very restrictive and also Warsaw is quite a dull city (apart from their parks), seeing it was completely rebuilt after the war. We also did the train ride from Krakow to Warsaw and it's an 'interesting' experience to say the least.
#25
Who needs Europe anyway, VOTE LEAVE!
#26
robertoedgar7
Just from personal experience and no disrespect to the OP. I find these types of vacations very restrictive and also Warsaw is quite a dull city (apart from their parks), seeing it was completely rebuilt after the war. We also did the train ride from Krakow to Warsaw and it's an 'interesting' experience to say the least.

agree about Warsaw

we got taken out to the 'best' restaurant in the older part of town by our business colleagues

they proudly ordered the best menu items for us (we asked them to!) & pride of place was a very muddy tasting carp! it was disgusting!
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Hot Deal..Thanks
#28
robertoedgar7
Just from personal experience and no disrespect to the OP. I find these types of vacations very restrictive and also Warsaw is quite a dull city (apart from their parks), seeing it was completely rebuilt after the war. We also did the train ride from Krakow to Warsaw and it's an 'interesting' experience to say the least.

I'm doing this route in a few weeks. Why interesting? Feeling slightly nervous lol, although we're going by bus.

@BlueSkies, yeah, Cinque Terre is beautiful. Don't know about staying a week there but for a day trip it's absolutely stunning, especially if the weather plays ball. People couldn't believe the place existed when showing photos of where we went (Riomaggiore). Agree about the packing although we normally take a suitcase as we run out of clothes and enjoy buying local wines/spirits and lots of bits and pieces to 'decorate' the house lol.

For anyone else doing or thinking about a Polish trip, the buses are extremely cheap and they're decent coaches so it does make for an inexpensive trip if you're on a budget and it will certainly be fun and full of culture. Warsaw to Krakow about £5, Gdansk to Warsaw £4 for instance. You can cross the entire country for less than £15 with a couple of stops in some very nice cities....Gdansk > Warsaw > Krakow etc.
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I recommend using Let's Rock Hostel in Krakow, they're pretty decent and were re-painting last time I was there, and right in the centre of town by the wawel. Use Downtown Hostel in Warsaw, it's centre of the city on Wilcza, everything is pretty much walkable and good food places everywhere.

In Warsaw, use the Modlin bus to the city, it's about 50pln for an open return bus ticket and it drops you by the big Russian palace that's now basically a theatre. Also, go to drink in a bar called Piwa Pawa, loads of choice, good prices. I've been pretty drunk in there every time I go.
#30
luvsadealdealdeal
robertoedgar7
Just from personal experience and no disrespect to the OP. I find these types of vacations very restrictive and also Warsaw is quite a dull city (apart from their parks), seeing it was completely rebuilt after the war. We also did the train ride from Krakow to Warsaw and it's an 'interesting' experience to say the least.
agree about Warsaw

we got taken out to the 'best' restaurant in the older part of town by our business colleagues

they proudly ordered the best menu items for us (we asked them to!) & pride of place was a very muddy tasting carp! it was disgusting!

Dzik Malina is my favourite place, so cheap, good service, good traditional food.
1 Like #31
Excellent work. Hot. Thanks. But...

What does "some of the most European cities" mean?
[HUKD Travel Expert]#32
TeamTed
Excellent work. Hot. Thanks. But...

What does "some of the most European cities" mean?


Good question X) I'll have to look into that :|
[HUKD Travel Expert]#33
cheaperbythe12
robertoedgar7
Just from personal experience and no disrespect to the OP. I find these types of vacations very restrictive and also Warsaw is quite a dull city (apart from their parks), seeing it was completely rebuilt after the war. We also did the train ride from Krakow to Warsaw and it's an 'interesting' experience to say the least.

I'm doing this route in a few weeks. Why interesting? Feeling slightly nervous lol, although we're going by bus.

@BlueSkies, yeah, Cinque Terre is beautiful. Don't know about staying a week there but for a day trip it's absolutely stunning, especially if the weather plays ball. People couldn't believe the place existed when showing photos of where we went (Riomaggiore). Agree about the packing although we normally take a suitcase as we run out of clothes and enjoy buying local wines/spirits and lots of bits and pieces to 'decorate' the house lol.

For anyone else doing or thinking about a Polish trip, the buses are extremely cheap and they're decent coaches so it does make for an inexpensive trip if you're on a budget and it will certainly be fun and full of culture. Warsaw to Krakow about £5, Gdansk to Warsaw £4 for instance. You can cross the entire country for less than £15 with a couple of stops in some very nice cities....Gdansk > Warsaw > Krakow etc.


Oh no couldn't do Cinque Terre for a week, we were there 2 days and that was plenty, especially in the winter, was gorgeous though because we got the weather!
I think I'll be doing a polish trip in the future not been in Poland for a few years now, would like to do some exploring!
1 Like #34
Thank you very much for a well crafted holiday idea. One of Leonardo da Vinci 's most sublime paintings - Lady holding an ermine ( weasel? ) is in the Kraków castle gallery. Cafe New York in Budapest serves delicious cakes - Somloi Galushkya nb. Dealing with winter weather should not be an issue considering the high street activity gear available - slim Down waistcoats in TKMaxx, silk long johns , Primark inner gloves 2 for a £1 - and it can get pretty artic on the North Downs in November and it has been known to rain in York. Thanks, I can't find how to add "heat".
#35
boudicacolectiv
Thank you very much for a well crafted holiday idea. One of Leonardo da Vinci 's most sublime paintings - Lady holding an ermine ( weasel? ) is in the Kraków castle gallery. Cafe New York in Budapest serves delicious cakes - Somloi Galushkya nb. Dealing with winter weather should not be an issue considering the high street activity gear available - slim Down waistcoats in TKMaxx, silk long johns , Primark inner gloves 2 for a £1 - and it can get pretty artic on the North Downs in November and it has been known to rain in York. Thanks, I can't find how to add "heat".

close but not quite right on the old spelling, nae problemo you had a decent attempt

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#36
Sharpharp
luvsadealdealdeal
backinstock
Sounds good if you can get the time off.
or just work in the state sector & go on the sick
and then put the pics up on Facebook for everyone to see (like some people do) oO
State sector workers (apart from a very tiny minority) are the best in my opinion.
#37
heat for the effort

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