Are you looking for a 2-week Europe itinerary?
Then you have found yourself in the right place. It’s very easy to travel in Europe – cheap flights, great transportation network, well-developed infrastructure and loads of wonderful places to visit. You can visit a number of different destinations in Europe during your 2 week-vacation. With Kiwi Nomad it’s also a very easy trip to book – Kiwi makes booking flights super simple.
Below is our 2-week Europe itinerary.
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Why Kiwi Nomad?
What makes Kiwi Nomad a great choice in this case?
The biggest advantage of booking flights with Kiwi Nomad is that you can book multiple flights with a single click. You set the dates, the total duration of your trip and choose cities that you want to visit. Kiwi Nomad finds the flights and creates the itinerary based on that.
In less than a minute you are ready to make a booking.
It’s one booking for the whole journey.
How to Book Flights With Kiwi Nomad?
Go to https://www.kiwi.com/en/nomad.
Choose your origin airport or city. Set departure date. It can be a period of time. Set trip length. Add destinations you would like to visit. Set length of stay in each destination. You don’t have to do the last bit, as Kiwi Nomad sets the length of stay itself. Unless you want to change it and set it shorter or longer.
If you would like to end trip at a different location, click “Return to a different location” and choose the final destination.
When you have added the destinations press “Search journeys”.
Kiwi Nomad will find all the possible itineraries.
There will be multiple options.
Duration of stay at each destination and order might vary. So will the price. Press “Show Details” to see more information about the flights.
Keep in mind that Kiwi will shuffle your destinations to find the best and cheapest flights. They won’t be in the same order you choose. That’s the whole idea of Nomad. If you are a flexible person, you can get a better deal. Sometimes, flying to more destinations is cheaper than to fewer.
Choose the option you like the most and press “Book”.
In my case, it’s 4 flights for a total of 263 EUR.
Fill in the passenger details (name, e-mail, date of birth, etc), book the flights and pay. You’ll be booking all the flights of your itinerary with a single click. You don’t have to search for flight any more. Your itinerary is ready and booked!
Are these considered connecting flights? No, these are so-called self-transfer flights. These are separate flights. You might be flying with several different airlines and you’ll have to follow their baggage rules, etc. But, since you are booking with Kiwi, these are flights that come with Kiwi protection. Kiwi offers its own delay and cancellation protection.
Also do not forget about the baggage.
The price shown on the website is not including the extra baggage fare. In this case, without paying anything extra, you are allowed to carry only one personal item – small carry-on bag (40 x 20 x 30 cm / 15.7” x 8” x 12”). While it’s doable to travel with such a small bag, most people find it way too small.
If you want to travel with checked bag, you’ll have to pay extra (for 5 flights, at the moment it’s about 285 EUR extra). Another great option is to book a carry-on bundle. This option allows you to bring 2 cabin bags — one personal item and one full-size carry-on bag (55 x 20 x 40 cm / 21.7” x 8” x 15.7”).
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Other Things to Consider
As you can see, booking flights with Kiwi Nomad is very easy.
But there are some things you have to pay attention to. The most important — try not to have too many self-transfer flights. Your whole journey already is a self-transfer journey. Because these are separate flights. Even though you have booked them via Kiwi as a single reservation. Don’t make it more complicated!
In short, the more separate flights you have, the riskier it is.
If you see a flight like in the picture above, it’s better to avoid such an itinerary. The highlighted flight, Barcelona – Prague, consists of two flights with two airlines. It’s not a direct flight. And chances are the connection time is too short.
You don’t want to risk it. You may easily miss your next flight.
Sometimes you’ll see the same thing with one airline. With low-cost airlines that’s risky too. Because mostly it isn’t a proper connecting flight.
So, it’s always a good idea to press “Show details”. To make sure it’s a direct flight. Whenever that’s an option. Yes, you may have a travel insurance, or Kiwi may protect you against delays and cancellations, but still, it’s be an unnecessary problem you can easily avoid, by taking another combination of flights.
Just to clarify things one more time. Your whole trip around South America is a self transfer journey. All these flights between countries in South America are separate flights.
Yes, you may have booked it as a single journey with Kiwi. Yes, you may have chosen Kiwi protection. And, yes, it makes this whole trip more safe. But, still, things may go wrong. And if they do — it will take time for solutions to be found. Even, if it’s Kiwi not you looking for a solution.
Hence, this last paragraph on self-transfers. Don’t make things more complicated for yourself, by choosing an itinerary with TOO MANY FLIGHTS, with too many self transfers. More self transfers equals higher chance of things going wrong.
2-Week Europe Itinerary (With Flights)
We recommend you to start your trip in Paris, France.
Spend 3 days in Paris, and fly to your next destination from there. Below is our recommended 2-week Europe itinerary. It includes a variety of destinations. You’ll be able to experience both vibrant cities and beautiful beaches.
First things first, book a flight to Paris.
And then use Kiwi Nomad to book the rest of the flights.
3 Days in Paris
Paris doesn’t need any introductions.
It is one of the most iconic cities in Europe.
Boasting so many fun attractions, this wonderful city one of the best places to visit in Europe during a 2 week vacation to Europe. Famous monuments, fascinating museums, holy sites, world class shopping and much more.
Day 1: Arrive in Paris. Spend your day exploring this iconic city. Do a self-guided walking tour, visiting the most popular landmarks of Paris. If you are arriving in Paris in the afternoon/evening, have dinner by the Seine.
Explore Paris at night, or join a night walking tour of Paris. Visit the Eiffel Tower at night. Even if you already visited it during the day.
Day 2: Visit the Louvre, the most iconic and the most-visited museum in the world. Go on a Seine River cruise. There are different cruises to choose from. The most popular option is an evening cruise with dinner, such as this one.
Day 3: Visit the UNESCO-listed Palace of Versailles. Located in the suburbs of Paris, it can be easily reached by train. It takes about 1 hour to get to the palace from the city centre of Paris. The Palace of Versailles if a former royal residence, and one of the most famous places in Paris for tourists to visit.
In the evening, explore Montmartre. Have dinner there, at one of its lovely sidewalk cafes or restaurants. Montmartre is known for its artistic vibe, and is dominated by the white-domed hilltop Basilica of the Sacré-Cœur.
3 Days in Prague
Prague is a gem of Central Europe.
With its bridges, Gothic architecture, palaces and a vast hilltop castle, Prague is a wonderful place to stop during your vacation in Europe (or a weekend getaway – if you live in Europe). It’s always a good idea to visit Prague.
Day 4: Arrive in Prague in the afternoon or evening. See Prague Castle at night. Sitting on a hill, this impressive 9th century castle illuminates its surroundings and adds to the city’s historical skyline. The castle complex is open until 10 pm. By the way, it is one of the largest castles in the world.
Do not miss the 600-year-old medieval astronomical clock (the Orloj), one of the best places to visit in Prague. When the clock strikes the hour (from 9 am to 11 pm), the procession of 12 Apostles appears — the little doors in the clock open and the figurines move as the clock chimes.
Day 5: Walk on Charles bridge. Visit Wenceslas Square, the Old Town Square, the Powder Tower, Jewish Quarter, and other Prague famous landmarks.
Prague is known for its nightlife.
In the evening, enjoy a drink at a bar, or visit a nightclub.
Day 6: Visit Dancing House. Explore Petřín Gardens and climb Petrin Tower. Walk along Nerudova street and explore Malá Strana. Enjoy your time in Prague.
3 Days in Barcelona
Barcelona is a dynamic city, known for Antoni Gaudí architecture.
Being Spain’s second largest city, Barcelona is a major tourism hotspot. There’s plenty to see in Barcelona and the towns surrounding it. Just Google for things to do in Barcelona, and you’ll likely be overwhelmed by choice.
Day 7: Explore the famous Gaudi’s architecture: visit Casa Batlló, Casa Milà, Casa Vicens, La Sagrada Familia and Park Güell.
Day 8: Visit Montserrat — one of the best day trips from Barcelona. Montserrat is one of the most famous mountain ranges in Spain. It houses Santa Maria de Montserrat Abbey, an iconic monastery set on a cliff. How to get to Montserrat? There’s a train from Barcelona to Montserrat. Alternatively, join a guided Montserrat tour from Barcelona.
In the evening, visit Las Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter.
Day 9: Head to Blanes. It’s one of the most beautiful coastal towns in Costa Brava region. The beach is very lovely there. It’s very easy to get from Barcelona to Blanes by train. It takes about 1.5 hours to get there.
5 Days in Malta
Malta is one of the most popular beach destinations in Europe.
Small but mighty, Malta (officially the Republic of Malta) consists of 3 islands, the main being Malta Island. Two smaller islands are Gozo and Comino.
Don’t let the small size fool you! Malta (and Gozo and Comino) has a lot to offer to its visitors. Impressive landscapes, seaside cliffs, fortified medieval towns and beautiful beaches. All that and much more awaits you in Malta.
Day 10: Have lunch and relax on a beach in the city, our outside the city. Explore Valetta (the nation’s capital city) in the afternoon/evening.
Day 11: Explore the Three Cities — Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua. These historical cities boast hundreds of years of history and impressive architecture.
Day 12: Go on a day trip to Gozo island. You can organise the trip yourself (there’s a ferry from Malta to Gozo) or join a guided Gozo sightseeing tour which often includes also a stop at Comino island.
However, we would recommend you to organize this trip yourself. It’s very easy. Advantage of such a DIY day trip to Gozo – you’ll have more time, and you will be able to explore the island at your own pace.
If you are going to Gozo on your own, use public bus to get around the island. Swim at Ramla Beach, visit the nearby Tal-Mixta Cave, explore the capital of Gozo Island, Victoria, visit Dwerja Bay, check out the Inland Sea, swim at the Blue Hole. Head to Gozo early, so that you can manage to explore all of these places.
Malta is one of those rare place, where it seems like ALL TOURISTS are using public transportation. Not driving themselves or taking a taxi everywhere. Public transportation is Malta is not 100% great, but it’s very good and you can get everywhere in Malta with it.
Day 13: Go to Comino island. You can get there on your own (there are ferries between Malta and Comino), or join a guided Comino boat tour.
Swim at the iconic Blue Lagoon, relax on the tiny Cominotto Island, visit Santa Maria Bay and hike to Ġebel Comino, Comino’s Highest Point. If you love to hike, you can trek the entire island, as it is criss-crossed with paths.
Day 14: Relax on a beach. There are a number of wonderful beaches to choose from. One of the best beaches in Malta is Ghajn Tuffieha Beach. There’s another nice beach nearby, Golden Bay. You can walk between the two beaches.
Day 15: Return to Paris.
Do You Still Need Travel Insurance With Kiwi?
What’s the difference between Kiwi Guarantee and insurance?
Do you need both? It’s a very good idea to have both.
You see, when you are eligible, Kiwi Guarantee will give you a new flight right away. For free. Travel insurance won’t do that. They will pay you afterwards. At the same time, Kiwi Guarantee won’t protect you against anything else, like health problems abroad. That’s why it’s a good idea to have both — safe self-transfer flight (with Kiwi Guarantee) AND travel insurance.
Have you been to Europe? How many countries did you visit? Did you like it? Anything you would add to this 2-week Europe itinerary?