Let’s begin by making an important point perfectly clear: as long as you travel smartly, taking a trip to Europe during the migrant crisis does not have to be any more dangerous or difficult than during normal times. Yes, some European countries have introduced new border and transportation controls as they continue to deal with the massive influx of refugees. These changes have caused some travel restrictions between countries on the so-called Balkan Route, which ostensibly consists of Greece, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Hungary, and Croatia. Several other countries have also introduced changes in policy and enforcement, but with such a large number of people moving through Europe, it’s difficult to predict new disruptions and delays across the continent.
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Discover Which Off-The-Beaten-Path Neighborhoods to Stay In and What to Do in Them
As world travel becomes more accessible, an increasing number of hipsters are seeking out trendy European neighborhoods to get their fill of independent venues and alternative attractions, according to the World Travel Market Global Trends Report 2015. Try Inspirock’s advanced itinerary planner to explore these anti-mainstream European districts.