I'm an avid traveler around the globe, although France, Italy, Spain and Portugal around the Mediterranean remains my favorite region in the world.
First of all, most coffee is really good in Budapest. Just dash into any cafe you walk by on any of the boulevards in the city and you will not be disappointed. Cheap traditional foods can be found in markets and some hidden, basement and "hole-in-the-wall" type... See More
Uber would still be an expensive option. Beware of regular taxis to Paris from the airport. It could cost you $80+ USD. Paris taxis have been known to take you on an impromptu "tour de Paris"! :) The most reasonable way we've made the trip to Paris from... See More
We had done this trip around Venice, Florence and Tuscany last year so I'm speaking from experience. We had a car, but we also had 2 weeks. I would not recommend a scooter because it will be very slow on those winding roads and also dangerous on freeways... See More
"Best Bath" is a relative term. Are you looking for "picturesque" or a "really good full service bath, but less touristy and picturesque". Are you just looking to soak in one hot pool or are you a serious bather and want to go for the full stack... See More
Well, reading other tourists' "best" places what can I say, those are very touristy and do not serve the best Hungarian food. Besides, do you go to Budapest to eat at "French" restaurants? They serve overpriced food targeting tourists. Enough said. Trust... See More
We stayed in an AirBnB house in Greve In Chianti for a week. I don't agree with others as far as staying in Siena. You couldn't get more noisy and touristy in the area. Get a GPS in a rent-a-car and you're all set. Within 30-45 minutes... See More
Hi Lauren, I hope you realize you're talking about cities that are in different countries and at great distances! Travel is not "easy" between them, you'd have to take a flight or a long train ride. As far as I'm concerned the "must-sees"... See More