More on Senior Travel in Europe

Aug 16th, 2010 | By | Category: Senior Travel

Many seniors visit Europe to see the famous sights they’ve always heard about. But an equally important part of any travel experience is to savor the real flavor of a city or country. Stay where the Europeans stay, eat where the Europeans eat, and share the European view of Europe. Cosmos may just be the “cat’s meow” to help with your plans; they have several discount travel packages to choose from.  Here are a few examples for you to choose from: 

Globus is another winner with their Europe Vacations.  Seniors, rejuvenate your sense of adventure with savings up to 20% off your Europe vacations. The dream of European travel is easily turned into reality with a  broad range of Europe vacation packages across a continent of distinctive cultures. When it comes to experiencing Europe, Globus can take you there in a variety of new ways.

An annual vacation is typically a time for fun and relaxation… if you plan ahead. For those who don’t plan accordingly, it can also be a time of disaster, stress, and heartache. Unfortunately, most people don’t associate planning with fun. Leaving even the smallest details unattended to can be a recipe for disaster.   Best Secrets for Traveling Europecovers most all the possible scenarios one might experience.

I love the topics that cover most every type of questions on a wide array of topics.  Here is their GO EUROPE site that includes European Vacation Planning – Planning your Trip to Europe. Whatever you do prior to departure, do some travel planning before you go on that European vacation. Find information on obtaining a passport, staying healthy, making sure your electronics will work in Europe, language help, currency, and how to save money planning your Europe vacation.  Know the difference between a “currency converter” and an “adapter plug.” I had a student who used a curling iron on her hair with a 220 adapter plug.  It melted her hair to the curling iron.  My wife had to cut it out with scissors.  Learn the difference before you leave for the airport.    jeb

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