What is the best country in Europe for two women over 50 to visit?

5 Answers

  1. Michelle Davidson wrote on :

    Bordeaux, France is a warm and wonderful place to be for anyone. It is a quaint, smaller version of Paris filled with tourist treats like winerys, museums, shopping, etc. Located in the south of France, just a 1 hour flight from Charles DeGaulle Airport, visitors can visit the beach as well. The residents are delightful and willing to accomodate all. Once there, you will not want to leave!

  2. Faith Moeller wrote on :

    Anywhere in Europe. They have such an awesome transit system but the costs of staying in some countries, such as England (London) are very high.

  3. aztrails wrote on :

    It depends where your interests lie. If you like land vacations vs. cruise, I would suggest a tour that will provide all your transportation and guides so that the language is not a barrier. Italy is a great trip, as is London/Paris – you could easily combine the two cities and touch two countries in one trip. Another option if you prefer northern Europe would be Scotland. It’s a cultural expereince with no language barriers (almost), and lots to see and do. If you would like a consultation, feel free to contact me at aztrails@arizonatrails.com.

  4. Beverley@travel-bee.com wrote on :

    Have you traveled to Europe before? If you have never been England is always a good country to start with. Another option would be to take a cruise that way you will see more than one destination, your ship is your hotel and your meals on board ship are included, also there is no packing and unpacking. Value for money a cruise is a great option. Let me know if I can help. Toll free (855) TRVL-BEE

  5. Travelbydesign wrote on :

    Well the Italians I have to say are lots of fun!

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