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3 teenagers, no car, where to go in summer in Europe?

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worldgonecrazy Tue 15-Jan-13 15:12:47

We've got some bargains through Renting an apartment is so much cheaper than a hotel. Can you get a map of Europe and have a look at which places have big towns or cities and are next to the coast - that way you can have things to do if the weather isn't favourable or they fancy a day doing something other than lounging on the beach.

TravelinColour Tue 15-Jan-13 14:58:31

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PoppyAmex Tue 15-Jan-13 14:55:19

Faro or Lagos in Algarve. Loads of teenager friendly stuff, great beaches and brilliant food.

Sleepysand Tue 15-Jan-13 14:53:05

I rented an apartment through holidaylettings - it was a few years ago - and it cost about £600 for the week I think. It might be cheaper now, goodness knows the price of Spanish property has plummeted.

I didn't go, but you can get the train from Valencia to Port Aventura as well. Barcelona is also a lovely choice! The east coast of Spain generally has lots to offer. Flights from London to Valencia last year in summer were about £170 a person return, not bad for the height of the season.

Fluffy1234 Tue 15-Jan-13 14:34:36

Perhaps Barcelona. Beaches and lots to do and you could take the train to Port Aventura for the day.

monkeysmama Tue 15-Jan-13 14:13:08

Thanks Sleepy. I will have a look. Do you have any suggestions on where to stay?

Any more ideas gratefully received.

Sleepysand Tue 15-Jan-13 12:54:48

Valencia is cheap, has great public transport, nice beaches and cheap flights. Loads and loads to do. Good food. Can get to Madrid by train for a day trip - just a really good place to go.

monkeysmama Tue 15-Jan-13 12:05:02

Exactly that really. Somewhere warm with a beach and places to visit that doesn't require a car. Moderate budget. Any suggestions?


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