Planning Your European Vacation

Maybe you didn’t realize that is more than just a blog. MagoGuide is also a planning tool for your upcoming European vacation. Just use the menu options to explore different places, sites, lodging, and modes of transportation.

For example, let’s say that you’re thinking about going to Spain. Check out Destinations/Spain in the menu to get a list of fun things to do, great restaurants, lodging options, and more.

MagoGuide Menus

The result is a list of posts that give you some excellent information about Spain, especially Barcelona where we’ve spent a good deal of time.

Menu option Destinations/SpainHere’s another example. Say you’re going to Rome and want to see the best location to stay in terms of sites and restaurants. Then head to the menu option for Maps/Rome. Here you get a Google map with all the MagoGuide sites, restaurants, etc. so you can not only plan you trip, but use it while you’re in Rome and strolling around.


Not really certain where you want to go yet, check out the menu option Activities/Sight Seeing to get a complete list of the interesting places that Team Mago have found. This could help you decide where you and your family want to visit.

Activities/Sight Seeing

If this is your first time to Europe, you might want to check out the MagoTips. You can learn, for example, how to avoid the European credit card scam and the safe way to carry cash.

Mago Tips

You get the idea. Explore the menu options at the top of and get some help in planning your European vacation. Even if you’re not going to Europe, it’s fun to look around and dream. And if you have any questions about any of the information on MagoGuide, don’t hesitate to either post a comment or get into contact with us. We love to help.

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Patti Hart

Patti has been traveling the world with Morgan since 1974 and loving every minute of it.  She's responsible for the photography and editing on the MagoGuide website as well as making occasional contributions.  Patti also generates the graphics and edits the MagoGuide products (e.g., the Mago Scrolls).  She recently built and published the iPhone and iPad application for MagoGuide. Finally, she is responsible for this website including code that tailors the content to what readers are interested in seeing.  In other words, a very busy lady.

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