I did a 14 days Europe tour covering France ( Paris & French Riviera) & Switzerland. The total expenditure per person was around 1.5L. It was DIY tour no agent involved. I have made 4 part comprehensive guide for Europe Trip based on my experience.
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I hope your trip went fine.
However January is not a good time to visit, End of March is always the best.
Off-season and pleasant weather, Please follow my channel for future references, I have travelled across the length and breadth of France and Switzerland and trust me there are places where you can travel for free, Switzerland is a expensive country but many things are cheaper than most of the European country.
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If you have time on your hands and would like a specific itenary, I would like to help. I planned a trip to Europe last November (for the first time) and was very pleased to not have booked a tour package. I got in touch with a local driver there (Indian) because Parisians still not very familiar with English. Europe is best travelled as a backpacker and the public transport is available for inter-city and intra-city. Paris is best explored by foot and public transport and can save a lot while giving you the experience that would be otherwise missed. I can help you get in touch with them for a more customized trip. Places like Mont Serrat, Lyon in France and Zurich, Interlaken in Switzerland. And since its still the winters, you should travel the countryside of Switzerland via train (it has breathtaking views)