Jenny and Jamie decide to accompany Scott and Cooper to find Mieke in Berlin. Drunk on absinthe, Jenny and Jamie make out with each other, witnessed by Scotty and Cooper, and are horrified when they realize what they are doing.
The group travels to Amsterdam, where Jamie is robbed while receiving oral sex in an alley, losing everyone's money, passports and train tickets. The next day, a Slovak man drives them to Berlin, where they learn that Mieke has left with a summer tour group, and will be reachable in Rome for only a short time.
The site's critical consensus says, "A trip worth taking if one's not offended by gratuitous nudity and bad taste." In her review for Salon, Stephanie Zacharek wrote, "The giddy ridiculousness of Eurotrip is a pleasant surprise: The picture starts out slow and unsteady in its rhythms.
But just when you begin to wonder if it’s ever going to get funny, or if it’s going to be merely desperate all the way through, it lifts off like a wobbly helicopter—and somehow it keeps flying." Ultra Culture blogger Charlie Lyne, who also introduced a screening of the film in 2011 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, wrote that "Euro Trip is satire at its most brazenly self-loathing and audaciously entertaining." The film was released in the United States and Canada on February 20, 2004, in 2,512 theaters.
They attempt to hitchhike to Berlin, but due to a language misunderstanding, they end up in Bratislava. Jamie sells his camera to afford plane tickets to Rome.
The film stars Scott Mechlowicz, Jacob Pitts, Michelle Trachtenberg, Travis Wester, and Jessica Boehrs.
Over its opening weekend, the film grossed .7 million. on June 1, 2004, in an R-rated theatrical version (90 minutes) and an "Unrated" extended version (92 minutes).
It went on to gross .8 million in the United States and Canada and million in other territories, for a worldwide total of .8 million. The film was to premiere on HBO on April 2, 2005, but the studio scrapped the premiere due to the death of Pope John Paul II.
Inside the Vatican, Scott and Cooper search for Mieke, but accidentally ring the bell that signals the Pope has died.
Scott appears on a balcony and spots Mieke in the crowd below.
The scenes with a German lorry driver were taken at unfinished D5 motorway near Pilsen.