There is a lot to see and to do in Europe that is either free or costs very little money.
Most young people long for a big tour of the Continent. It doesn’t have to be that expensive when you plan ahead. Although, backpacking might be a great adventure, you can also hire a motorhome on erento.co.uk and live in comfort for a very reasonable price. Need some inspiration? This is just a sample of some of the interesting activities available:
Receive the Royal Treatment in England
The Royal Academy of Music offers free concerts by students on a daily basis. This is a great way to hear the great musicians of the future, today.
Free French Culture
Paris is a great place to tour some of the world’s most interesting museums for free. The Romantic Life Museum is a real eye opener. The Fashion Museum has some of the most interesting displays of past Paris fashions dating back many years. Also, the Museum of the Middle Ages and the Museum of Arts and Sciences are extremely interesting.
Go Dutch at Lunch
On Wednesday’s during the lunch hour the National Orchestra plays a free concert between 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 at the Het Concertgebouw Concert Hall in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Always A Good Deal In Portugal
Lisbon is known as one of the most affordable cities in Europe. Most museums are free on Sundays and the Berardo Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art is free seven days a week.
The Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen, Denmark gives free demonstrations on the restoration of famous paintings.
Mozart’s Music Lives
The International Foundation of Mozarteum in Austria offers free music. The Museum of Mozart Sound and Film section of the Foundation offers free viewings of film loops, costumes and set designs.