Khi đi đến Châu Âu: Thời gian tốt nhất để đi du lịch


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  1. It also depends on what you are going to see. Personally I am never going to a city like Rome or Paris in the peak season because it’s too hot and not enjoyable to walk around and you end up spending all your money on cold beverages and eating where they have air conditioning instead of great food. But around April cities like Rome or Paris are perfect because you don’t need a jacket, but by the Mediterranean Sea it might still be a little cold for the beach in April.
    If you’re going to the Nordic countries it’s still too cold in April and better to wait till June – and you might get lucky.

  2. Mark, you talk about traveling during particular seasons but I also like to take in to consideration the best days of the week to travel. I always like to fly out in the middle of the week and fly back during the middle of the week. The air prices are cheaper and there is not as much of a crowd.
    The same goes for tourist attractions. I went to the Louvre on a Friday morning in May and the line (queue) only took 10 minutes to get into the museum. It wasn't nearly as crowded as it would have been during the weekend either.

  3. I visited Italy for the first time in January of this year. I was surprised by how much cheaper the airline tickets were during off season. Such a beautiful country, can’t wait to go back again!

  4. This is a no-brainer. All you have to do is use the loose guide of when school and colleges are in session that's when you will have less traveling all around the world. September October April and May. In many places September is still a very good weather month. Not quite sure how people don't understand that…🙄🤔

  5. Spring: Pyrenees, Alps or Balkans. Valleys are warm and mountains are still snowy.
    Summer: Nordic countries. White nights, and less crowded than the rest of Europe.
    Autumn: France or Germany. Beautiful trees and harvest festivals.
    Winter: The big cities. They are lit up, and you can be indoors.

  6. One thing you didn't mention–maybe because it's too obvious–is the weather.
    I was ok went I went to The UK in late Sept-early Oct. However, I went to The Baltics and Poland in October and I was freezing the whole time. Winter for them is early October-early May. That's something else to keep in mind.
    I know people who went to Germany in November and regretted it beacuse it was so cold they didn't enjoy themselves.
    Sure, Greece is great off-season. Northern Europe, not so much.

  7. I went to London, Paris, and Amsterdam at the end of December to mid January. The negatives: cold and wet weather; shorter days; many businesses closed. The pros: cheaper flight and hotel rates; less tourism; wonderful experience! Prepare yourself with an umbrella, rain boots, and warm layers of clothing, and you'll have a wonderful time.

  8. I’m spending this weekend in Rome during my year abroad in Spain 🙂 not a ton of crowds, but the “big spots” are so crowded already 😄 I’m doing a few places off the beaten path to beat the crowds. However, it’s Rome, so nothing’s truly off the beaten path

  9. Very informative and insightful videos Mark !!! though, since you've been so many times in the Mediterranean, you should've removed the "siesta" thing from your dislike list by now. Given the warm climate, people, regardless if they work or not for the family business as many do in the south, must have a rest and work on more humane terms than those of a slave on a large corporation. Although, I have to admit that it did annoy me, as well, finding all restaurants in Italy closed at Greek lunch time (around 3 pm.) Cheers!!

  10. Spring works best. I am in France right now but it's very windy and cold. Last week was great in Amsterdam. It was hot. Apparently it was hot as hell in France this February. Keukenhof was a mad house Easter weekend HEADS UP, the city of Lisse was at maximum congestion research on Google news, 200k visitors on Easter weeken

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