I am planning a three week trip to Europe next summer. Â I was in Europe for four months last year, and spent extensive time in Central and Western Europe, so this trip is going to be primarily Southern Europe. Â So far, my planned itenerary is as follows: Tuesday: Fly LAX into London, arrive Wednesday. Â Spend two nights in London, some shopping, get acclimated to the time difference. Friday morning, fly from London to Ibiza, spend the weekend in Ibiza. Â Monday Morning, fly from Ibiza to Barcelona, spend monday night and most of tuesday in barcelona. Tuesday afternoon, train to nice. Â Stay Tuesday/Wednesday night in Nice and spend much of wednesday in nice/monte carlo. Wednesday night train to Florence, arrive Thursday morning. Â Spend Thursday night in Florence. Â Friday morning Train to Rome. Â Spend Friday, Saturday night in Rome, Sunday morning, train to Naples and ferry to Capri. Â Spend Sunday, Monday in Capri, then fly from Naples to Budapest. Â Spend Tuesday night in Budapest, Wednesday train to Vienna, Spend Wednesday night in Vienna, then Thursday train to Prague. Â Spend Thursday night in Prague, then Friday Morning fly to Athens then to Rhodes. Spend Friday, Saturday nights in Rhodes, then Sunday morning, to Mykonos. Spend Sunday night in Mykonos, then to Santorini, Spend Monday night in Santorini, tuesday return to Athens. Â Spend Tuesday night in Athens, then return to US. That is my tentative schedule so far, do you guys think that I'm trying to visit too many places in too short of a time? Â I have been to all of Central Europe a number of times, just returning to visit some friends.
You could spend 3 weeks in Vienna and it wouldn't be enough. Pick a place, live there for a few weeks. Hopping around is no way to see Europe.