• Any ideas for my vacation?! :) excursions etc etc?

    Best answer: In Paris, you have got to see the "cavs". It is not well known, but it is all the underground medieval tunnels underneath Paris. There is only one entrance, so you will have to find out where it is and be there on time for the tour. It will be an experience you will never forget.
    Best answer: In Paris, you have got to see the "cavs". It is not well known, but it is all the underground medieval tunnels underneath Paris. There is only one entrance, so you will have to find out where it is and be there on time for the tour. It will be an experience you will never forget.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • How much money would i need to travel Europe for 3 weeks?

    I am eligible to apply for the free Eurorail pass for 18 year olds. How much would i need to travel non stop for 3 weeks to diiferent countries in Europe
    I am eligible to apply for the free Eurorail pass for 18 year olds. How much would i need to travel non stop for 3 weeks to diiferent countries in Europe
    7 answers · 2 months ago
  • How much money should I expect to spend, in Czech Republic for 90 days?

    I live in Montreal Canada, I am going to Czech Republic from June 7 to September 5. Since I land on June 8, will be exactly 90 days upon arrival stamp. Me and my girlfriend are planning on renting a regular flat/apartment in Prague and pay rent each month. In between the stay we planning on traveling to France and... show more
    I live in Montreal Canada, I am going to Czech Republic from June 7 to September 5. Since I land on June 8, will be exactly 90 days upon arrival stamp. Me and my girlfriend are planning on renting a regular flat/apartment in Prague and pay rent each month. In between the stay we planning on traveling to France and Italy, and Germany and stay at least 2 days in a good "not super expensive" hotel. Might check the sights, do shopping but not too much. Also in between planning on "maybe" going to at least one country outside of the Schengen Area, for at least two weeks, and come back,. Maybe Dubai, or Maldives or Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi) or SIngapore. Roughly how much money should I expect to spend?
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Spending money for Vienna?

    Hi - my girlfriend and I are visiting Vienna for four days. Our flights, accommodation, and transfers are paid. We are taking £200 per day, and I’m wondering if this is enough for lunch/dinner, attractions etc.?
    Hi - my girlfriend and I are visiting Vienna for four days. Our flights, accommodation, and transfers are paid. We are taking £200 per day, and I’m wondering if this is enough for lunch/dinner, attractions etc.?
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • What do you think about the Czech Republic 🇨🇿 ?

    Best answer: It's a lovely place. I've been there several times- and around the countryside as well as in Prague. The fact that Prague wasn't destroyed in the war- or had many of the old buildings torn down afterward- has made it a popular tourist destination, and one of the old eastern bloc countries to do well... show more
    Best answer: It's a lovely place. I've been there several times- and around the countryside as well as in Prague. The fact that Prague wasn't destroyed in the war- or had many of the old buildings torn down afterward- has made it a popular tourist destination, and one of the old eastern bloc countries to do well economically.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • How to get weed in sweden?

    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • What is the best way to travel within Europe from country to country?

    Hi, I am going to Europe this summer and I am visiting the following countries: Iceland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, UK, and the Netherlands. I am unsure about how to travel from country to country. I am considering the best financial choices, but also travel-time, as some countries I... show more
    Hi, I am going to Europe this summer and I am visiting the following countries: Iceland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, UK, and the Netherlands. I am unsure about how to travel from country to country. I am considering the best financial choices, but also travel-time, as some countries I will only have 1-2 days. I do not know if I should buy plane tickets to each country, use the tube, or use the train. Is there a European equivalent to something like Expedia? Any experienced travelers have advice on what I should do, and how I should book it? Lastly, should I book ahead of time while I am in the states, or buy as I go in Europe? I already have my one-way ticket over there. Thanks!
    12 answers · 3 months ago
  • Where to find travel advisor?

    hello i wanna go to Tbilisi, Georgia. Where i can find someone to show me all the places? i mean i want travel advisor. How can i find someone? is there an iphone application or a website for that?
    hello i wanna go to Tbilisi, Georgia. Where i can find someone to show me all the places? i mean i want travel advisor. How can i find someone? is there an iphone application or a website for that?
    4 answers · 3 months ago
  • Is $1500 cad sufficient for a European trip to Switzerland, Germany, and Austria for 2 from Toronto?

    Best answer: If you're not including airfare and hotel (which can be $200 a day), you still have to consider the train fares between countries, which are high in Europe. If you eat sometimes from markets or bread and cheese from the little stores, you can budget $50 a day for food per person, but if you want to eat in... show more
    Best answer: If you're not including airfare and hotel (which can be $200 a day), you still have to consider the train fares between countries, which are high in Europe. If you eat sometimes from markets or bread and cheese from the little stores, you can budget $50 a day for food per person, but if you want to eat in restaurants all the time, it will be more.
    7 answers · 3 months ago
  • Going to Europe from US aim May. Passport expire in august. Will this be a problem?

    Fly into Italy and going into Slovenia and Croatia.
    Fly into Italy and going into Slovenia and Croatia.
    11 answers · 4 months ago
  • Do French tolls accept UK Visa Debit Cards?

    I'm planning to drive to France for the first time and I've already done quite a bit of research on what to expect but still can't find a proper confirmed answer to this question. I've read that they take credit/debit cards but I read an articel which said some machines may take the card and seize... show more
    I'm planning to drive to France for the first time and I've already done quite a bit of research on what to expect but still can't find a proper confirmed answer to this question. I've read that they take credit/debit cards but I read an articel which said some machines may take the card and seize it if it's not recognised (which I don't want to happen obviously) But then even on photos of the toll machines, I don't see any pin pad to key in your pin, which makes me wonder how it can possibly take money from it unless it's taking payment as if it's online using the 3 digit number on the back (which I couldn't imagine a machine doing). I will most likely get the SANEF but that depends on how regular I may be deciding to travel there after. So if any of you are familiar with using toll roads in France I'd greatly appreciate your help in this!
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • Travel from rome to split???

    Travelling in July (peak time) and flights are minimum 160 euro!!! So expensive! Any other options / recommendations?
    Travelling in July (peak time) and flights are minimum 160 euro!!! So expensive! Any other options / recommendations?
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • When can someone see the Aurora?

    Best answer: "Auroras occurr quite evenly throughout the year, although the rate is slightly higher during spring and autumn than during winter and summer. However, in summer the nights are generally too light for seeing the auroras. Especially so in Lapland, where the sun does not set at all during a period around... show more
    Best answer: "Auroras occurr quite evenly throughout the year, although the rate is slightly higher during spring and autumn than during winter and summer. However, in summer the nights are generally too light for seeing the auroras. Especially so in Lapland, where the sun does not set at all during a period around midsummer. Considering also the weather, the best time for seeing auroras in Northern Finland is in March and early April.

    The solar activity, which varies with the 11-year sunspot cycle, also affects the frequency of auroras. The amount of large auroral displays tends to follow the amount of sunspots with a lag of a couple of years. The previous sunspot maximum was in 2014, so the winters of 2015–2017 are excellent time for auroras. This solar cycle effect is most pronounced in Southern Finland. In Lapland auroras are quite common always, even during solar minimum."
    4 answers · 4 months ago