Archive for the 'Europe' Category

Porto - Ponte de Dom Luis I
How many days in Porto

Portugal’s second largest city is renewing itself and becoming a popular destination as a side-trip from Lisbon or a weekend getaway from the UK. The hilly and compact city center can easily be covered in a couple of days depending on how much port wine you’re prepared to try!

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Salzburg - View from Kapuzinerberg
How many days to spend in Salzburg

When you envision Austria you’re probably picturing the city of Salzburg and it’s surrounds. This is thanks to the images put in our minds from The Sound of Music. Salzburg’s other major claim to fame is being the birthplace of Mozart. The city itself is compact and the main sights in town can be covered in one full day.

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How many days in Florence

The birthplace of the Renaissance and a moment to the artistic awakenings of the 15th century, Florence is a beautiful city filled with great art, architecture and delicious food. Culture buffs will have a feast on the galleries and stack of museums here. Despite being so compact travellers often enjoy lingering here to just relax or use it as a base for exploring the surrounding regions of Tuscany.

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Vienna - Stephansdom Cathedral
How many days in Vienna

Vienna is a cultural powerhouse. It offers so much for travellers to see that it’s impossible to cover it all within a single trip. Everyone essentially becomes a ‘culture buff’ when in Vienna and you can’t miss out on the Altstadt, Schönbrunn and the Hofburg complex.

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Madrid - Plaza de Cibeles
How many days in Madrid

Those with a particular interest in art and museums are in for a feast. Madrid’s world famous Prado is only one of it’s many great museums. Despite being a big, bustling and crowded city there are numerous green spaces and colourful gardens to retreat from the hustle and heat.

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Chain Bridge
How long to spend in Budapest

A city of essentially two cities: there’s Buda in the west, the hilly and mostly residential side of the river, and Pest, the urban and commercial side where you will likely spend the majority of your visit. Budapest has recently become one of the more popular European destinations and luckily not only will you find great food and accommodation at cheap rates, but many of the city’s best sights also won’t cost you a Forint.

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Ever wondered how long you need to spend in a particular city or place? You can spend hours crawling the web trying to find a well informed answer.

This site aims to answer the question of how long most travelers would need to spend in a particular city or place in a minimum number of days. The idea is to promote discussion on the topic, to help you and other travelers plan for their next adventure.