Inn At The Beeches

7900 Turin Rd, Rome, NY 13440
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by jasmineflower

Hi. My friend and I are planning to go to Europe after graduating high school for the summer. Though the only problem is we don't understand how to get to the places we want to see, because they are kind of all over the place. we want to see
1.Paris
2. Itlay~ Rome,Florence,Venice,Tuscany,Pompei,Milian
3.Greece~Athlens
4.(maybe)England,London
Is it possible to see all of these cities and how can we get there, the cheapest way possible. Would it be by air,train etc. Also last question is what order do u think we should see everything,does the order really matter?
Anyways If you can please help and Thanks;)
JasmineFlower;)

RE: Help

by mccalpin

Well, it depends on how much time and money you have (doesn't everything? ;-) ).

If you travel solely within Italy, you may well be better off either buying point-to-point tickets or some sort of pass (like a kilometer pass) in Italy, as opposed to the Eurail type pass. The reason is that train travel within Italy is significantly cheaper per kilometer than for countries farther north, and the Eurail passes have to be priced to account for the more expensive countries. The Italian rail website is www.trenitalia.com - use it to price sample train rides to get an idea. Note that there are different types of trains, and the faster are more expensive. Also look at the "Promotions" section, where they have substantial discounts.

It is true that there are discount airlines in Europe, sometimes offering unbelievable fares. However, note that these airlines often fly out of more remote airports, and that these airlines often have luggage limits that are more restrictive than the major carriers. In other words, you can bring X amount of luggage to Europe on a major carrier, but might not be able to carry that same amount of luggage on the discount carriers inside of Europe. Check the limits carefully before you commit yourself.

Athens is waaaaay far away from even Italy, at least timewise (unless you fly). There are ferries that go from Italy to Greece, but the trip will be 24 hours each way (say from Brindisi in Italy to Patras in Greece, where you would need to catch a train or bus to Athens).

The "simplest" way to do what you want (mostly) is to fly to London, take the train to Paris, take the train to Italy, mess around Italy, and fly back home out of Rome. Start pricing this and see if it works for you...

Bill

RE: Help

by mccalpin

hahaha, after posting my answer, I noticed that you have this in the Rome, New York, forum, and previously putting it in the Romé, Portugal, forum.

Guys, you want to put this in the Rome, Lazio, Italy forum ;-)

Bill

RE: Help

by zizkov

North to South is probably best as:

perhaps your cheapest flights will be to London - also you start somewhere you (kind of) speak the language.

Helps you acclimmatise to the heat (note probably not until you leave London)

Cheap flights/trains available onwards to Paris - 2/3rds of traffic Paris/London is on the Eurostar (train) now, decent fares if booked in advance.

Paris to Italy is not so far on the train - take a day train, enjoy the scenery.

If you take a ferry to Greece consider stopping on an island for a few days to unwind. Onwards from eg Kefalonia to Athens is around 7-8 hours bus and ferry.

You can fly back fairly cheaply with Easyjet Athens to London.

Don't just do the cities - you'll be worn out. Allow at least a month just for what you have listed.



Travel Tips for Rome

Welcome to Rome, NY...a small mill town grows up

by Phildagr8

"Don't do as THESE Roman's do...."

Welcome to Rome, NY. I worked here for 3 1/2 years until NAFTA went thru, and Rome Cable laid off half its work force. I bought a house after living in an apt for a year, which was only days before it was announced that the Grifiss Airforce Base was going to close, which was on March 12, 1993. About one third of the town left, and supermarkets and stores closed soon afterwards, but now it's slowly coming back.

Rome, NY is off exit 33 off I-90. It's about 20 minutes west of Utica, and 2 hours west of Albany NY. It's about 45 minutes east of Syracuse NY, which is the nearest "city". I've been to Syracuse MANY times.

It's a nice place to visit to see the old Fort Stanwix, which was near the bloodiest battle of the Revolutionary War. People who work there dress in the original dress of the era, and they light the cannons around every July 4th. There's a Quality Inn, a Denny's, Ponderosa, Wendy's and Burger King. They opened up a super Walmart, too. They have a drive in movie theater, too, but I don't know if it's still open.

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