3 Months Europe Itinerary

Like most of us in the world, we can only stay in Europe (Schengen Zone) for the maximum time of 3 months (90 days) in a 6 months period and so who wouldn't want to make the best out of their limited time when they are visiting Europe, right?

Today, I have the ultimate travel guide and a complete 3 months itinerary for traveling and backpacking through Europe including spending most of the time in Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany, and Poland, with a few brief visit to the Baltic States such as Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and the Nordic countries like Finland, Sweden and Denmark before ending your trip in the Netherlands.

It's everything you will ever need to travel through Europe for 3 months. Without further ado, let's begin with the basic information on traveling in Europe.

Madrid is a great city to dip your feet into Spanish culture and there is no better way to do it then to go on a free walking tour on your first day in Europe.

MADRide provides a free walking tour every day at the famous meeting point, Puerta del Sol Square and the guide will take you to cool places like the Royal Palace of Madrid, Catedral de la Almudena, and Plaza Mayor while explaining the stories behind these places.

Madrid is also home to the oldest restaurant in the world, the Sobrino de Botín restaurant, a Castilian-style restaurant that has been operating for more than 250 years, so don't miss it. It's a bit pricy but hey, they earned it. 😊

After Madrid, you can take a 6 hours bus to Seville, a place full of beautiful medieval architectures like Plaza Espana, Alcázar of Seville and Catedral de Sevilla.

Spend the next full-day and walk to Plaza Espana in the morning, cooled down at Maria Luisa Park and make your way back through Alcázar of Seville and their beautiful gardens inside and the Catedral de Sevilla, a giant gothic-style church, the third-largest in the world.

In the evening, go walk along the river and head over to Tirana and have a nice delicious dinner at the Las Golondrinas 2 tapas bar.