14 days in Europe with my Backpack

So you’re tinkering with the idea of backpacking through Europe? Great! But the big question that’s on everyone’s mind is “how much will it cost?” This is my first time to step the land of Europe. And speaking about the cost, yes it is really pricey “ang taas talaga ng value ng pera nila” but if you are a budget traveler no worries yakang yaka kapatid! This is a 14 days trip from Singapore to Amsterdam.

  • ➡️Netherlands🇳🇱 Amsterdam
  • ➡️Belgium🇧🇪  Brussels
  • ➡️France🇫🇷 Paris
  • ➡️Switzerland🇨🇭 – Jungfraujoch & Interlaken 
  • ➡️Italy🇮🇹  Pisa, Florence, Rome, Vatican City🇻🇦  & Venice 
  • ➡️Germany🇩🇪 Munich, Nuremberg & Berlin.


From Singapore I booked my flight via www.skyscanner.com.sg and lucky enough I got Singapore Airlines for only 500SGD (17,000 pesos) one way to Amsterdam. Mura na to kasi they have unlimited drinks, masarap na pagkain (2 meals) and not a connecting flight, (13hours flight) to Amsterdam.”Tikman mo lahat ng drinks nila para sulit”. Unlike other deals with connecting flights are a bit cheaper “konti lang difference” but it will take you 25hours onboard “masakit sa pwet at sayang yong oras sa haba ng byahe”.

My expenses and how I explore Amsterdam, you can check this link -> Amsterdam on a Budget Trip.

Some snapshots in Amsterdam


From Amsterdam I have a quick trip to Belgium, Brussels.fullsizerender-1Brussels is the biggest city in Belgium and home of EU parliament. It is also a major business hub of Europe, which means it’s expensive since the city caters to a lot of wealthy business people. Attractions are on the expensive side and everyday items like transportation and food can be a killer. So if you do visit here you might only want to stay for a day or two which is fine. 

My expenses in Brussels and etc., you check this link -> Quick Trip to Belgium, Brussels.

Some snapshots in Belgium Brussels


And then from Brussels, sakay ulit ng coach papuntang Paris.FullSizeRender.jpgBrussels to Paris is 5 hours by coach. To all stoked commuters and travelers you can check the schedule and compare the best price here -> Find the best prices for your trip between Brussels and Paris by coach. France is the world’s top tourist destination. There’s a lot packed into just one country artistic and architectural masterpieces, remarkable museums and natural landscapes, and a history harking back far beyond the Romans. It’s no secret that Paris, by its very nature as a capital, can be pricey and often stars on the World’s Most Expensive Cities lists.

More about my trip in Paris including my expenses you can check this link -> Paris, France on a Budget Trip .

Some snapshots in Paris


From Paris to Wilderswil, Switzerland by coach is 7 hours. Early morning ang byahe para iwas traffic, sabi nila “Early Bird catches more worms” 🙂 Hindi nakakatamad bumagon ng maaga basta nasa lakwatsa!FullSizeRender (2).jpgSwitzerland conjures up many images. On one side, there are majestic mountains, delicious fondue and chocolate, big banks sheltering people’s money, precision watches, and an orderly society. Switzerland is rated as the most expensive country in the world to visit. Nagulat ako sa sobrang linis ng Switzerland at lahat fresh walang pollution. I stay in Alpenrose Hotel for 2 nights and I am lucky enough to visit the Jungfraujoch The Top of Europe.

Details and expenses ko sa Switzerland you can check at this link -> Switzerland, Interlaken to Jungfraujoch The Top of Europe on a Budget Trip.

Some snapshots in Switzerland


From negative 8 degree Celsius to 19 degree Celsius. On my way to Italy. Bonjourno Italia!
This trip from Wilderswil, Switzerland to Florence by coach is 6 hours and 15 minutes. Italy’s great food, beautiful countryside, fabulous wine, and long history make it an excellent country to visit. Natupad din ang pangarap kong maka-apak sa bansang Italia. Italy leaves no one underwhelmed. There’s so much to do in Italy that it would take a lifetime to finish.IMG_9704.png

How I explore Florence, Pisa, Rome, Vatican City and Venice including my expenses, you can check this link -> Italy on a Budget Trip (Florence, Rome, Vatican, & Venice)

Some snapshots in Italy


And the last country in my itinerary is Germany. Lets visit the place of Hitler. Germany is a Western European country with a landscape of forests, rivers, and mountains. How I explore Munich, Nuremberg and Berlin and my budget you can check this link -> Germany on a Budget Trip (Munich, Nuremberg & Berlin)

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Some snapshots in Munich

Some snaphots in Nurenberg

Some snapshots in Berlin

From Berlin to Singapore I booked my ticket via http://www.cheapflights.com/, you can compare the best price deals here. A domestic flight from Berlin Tegel Airport to Helsinki is 1 hour and 50 minutes, and from Helsinki, Finland to Singapore is 11 hours and 15 minutes. First time kong sumakay sa Finnair sulit din with bottomless drinks masarap na pagkain (2 meals) for only 750Sgd (26,186 pesos).

Some cheaper deals has longer travel time and it won’t fit my schedule coz I need to be in Singapore on the next day to catch my flight back to my beloved Hometown Lanuza Surigao Philippines. “Its time to play surfing, back to pancit canton and wait for promo deals”.  Back to Work para Sumahod, Play Hard para Fit, Travel para Stress Free and Repeat.

Ito yong summary para sa mga may balak bumiyahe ng Europa.

  • Budget: 110 Euro (5,788 pesos) per day with Expat Explore
  • With 13 nights accommodation, free wifi in twin rooms
  • With 13 breakfast and 7 dinners (kain madami at mag take out na rin para save ang lunch mo kapatid)
  • Transportation (Air conditioned Coach with toilet)
  • 14 days on the road
  • 13 Cities in 6 Countries

Travel Insurance and Airfare is not included in expat explore quote.

Stay Stoked and More Travels!
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9 thoughts on “14 days in Europe with my Backpack

  1. Hello po! Me and my are planning to go to Europe din po, we heard a lot of good things about Expat Explore, lahat po ba yan sa expat explore nyo nikuha? Anong month po kayo nagpunta?

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