Day 5 in Rome (28th Nov)-28th Nov was our last day in Europe. Our flight to Mumbai was at 1400 Hrs. Best and economical way to reach Fiumicino Airport of Rome was to take a bus from Roma Termini Station. Cost of the bus was 6 Euro per head.THE CONCLUSION:So, this was a brief description of my Europe trip with a major emphasis on budget, places to visit, lodging and platform for booking tickets for different avenues and destinations. These 18 days will be one of the most memorable days for me and my companions.I believe everyone should travel at least once to this beautiful continent which encompasses exquisite culture, history and geography of mankind.And if someone asks me in which city we should have stayed more, its definitely Amsterdam. We should have skipped two days of Vienna and added these days to Amsterdam.Little Tips:1. Don't buy matrix sim from India. It is heavily priced and not worthy of it. All airports, hostels, restaurants and pubs have free WiFi, so you can do Whatsapp call from that. If you really want a sim, buy it from any local telecom shop in Europe. It's much cheaper.2. Book your flight tickets at least three to four months in advance as prices are low and always go for a refundable ticket. Always keep an eye on upcoming offers.3. Take 70 percent of Euros from India in traveller's card and rest 30 percent in cash. Traveller's card is convenient and safe.5. Beware of pickpockets especially in Paris.6. For currency exchange and traveller's card in India, use www.bookmyforex.com. Rates are reasonable compared to others.7. Hostels can be booked on this. www.hostelworld.com.Thanks to my wife "Archana" and my office colleague "Shweta Verma" (Executive Engineer-Elex.) for editing.