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Question by Liz: How much would a 2 week European vacation that consists of London, Paris, and Rome cost?
A group of friends and I plan on going on a trip to London, Paris, and Rome next summer and I don’t know how much it would cost. We live in Los Angeles if that helps with the departure or whatever.
Answer by shortstuff You must p-l-a-n your trip…. which means getting on the internet and looking for the cost of things in the country where you plan to visit. Air fair prices will fluctuate, and you can get some pretty good deals if you know how to shop for tickets. Hostels can provide a cheap place to stay, but can be dangerous. Hotels in these cities will be majorly expensive. Currency exchange rates mean that your money will not go as far as you think it will…. you will only get about 70 cents for every dollar, and then there will be exchange fees on top of that. Try to get your money converted BEFORE leaving… the rates over there are v-e-r-y expensive to have your money exchanged. Most places will not accept american dollars, you must have euros. France and Italy are very expensive… eating will cost you more that in the USA. You will need bus fare, train fare, taxi fare…. and entrance fees to most things are pricey too. Get some good language guides so that you can communicate…. there are some people who speak english, but in France and Italy many do not. Get preloaded credit cards… kind of like a debit card to travel with too. You can get cell phones there that you can use while you are there, and they are pretty inexpensive and are sold at train stations, and airports. There is a lot to know to travel to and in a foreign country…. you will do well to spend the next year familiarizing yourselves with travel abroad… you do not just get on a plane and go.