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Top Travel Bloggers share their Summer European itineraries
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So, you've booked a flight to Europe but your holiday only lasts for two weeks. With an entire continent at your feet, where do you even begin? Well, Skyscanner Australia called in the travel experts to recommend their top European destinations - here are four travel itineraries to help plan your vacation!

So, you've booked a flight to Europe but your holiday only lasts for two weeks. With an entire continent at your feet, where do you even begin? Well, Skyscanner Australia called in the travel experts to recommend their top European destinations - here are four travel itineraries to help plan your vacation!

1. Mapping Megan ‘s Essential Europe for First-Timers

What’s the best way to tour Europe for the first time? Mapping Megan has a pretty good idea. From the ancient Acropolis in Athens to the winding waterways of Venice, her two-week itinerary features all the classic destinations so you won’t miss out.

2. Explore Europe’s most underrated cities with Indie Travel Podcast

On the other side of the spectrum, we have the Europe-savvy traveller who’s already checked London, Rome and Paris off the bucket list. If you’re looking for something a little unexpected, Indie Travel Podcast will delight with their two-week getaway that lets you in on some of the more charming, off-beat cities scattered across Europe.

3. Discover the best of the Balkans with Nomadasaurus

Durmitor National Park

Head to the largely untouched south-east corner of Europe, where the sprawling Balkans await. This travel itinerary by adventure blogger NOMADasaurus whisks you from the sun-drenched forts of Montenegro to the achingly beautiful Sarajevo over the course of two weeks.

4. Follow Mr & Mrs Romance’s Journey along the Rivera

Wine and dine your way down the idyllic southern European coastline as recommended by Mr & Mrs Romance’s ultimate two-week vacation. With stops in Nice, Capri and Cinque Terre, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s all about Vitamin Sea, but trips Pompeii and Naples will add generous dose of culture to your holiday.

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