• At what time will New Year be in Minsk,Belarus?

    At what time will New Year be in Minsk,Belarus?
    At what time will New Year be in Minsk,Belarus?
    9 answers · Other - Europe · 1 day ago
  • How to say hello in greece?

    5 answers · Greece · 23 hours ago
  • Where to travel in December? London, Amsterdam, Dublin, or Brussels?

    I haven't been to any of these cities or their countries so all would be new experiences. Vacation interests: Historic/archaeological sites Hiking (probably bad in Dec) Snow sports (probably bad in cities) Holiday Festivities Any Suggestions?
    I haven't been to any of these cities or their countries so all would be new experiences. Vacation interests: Historic/archaeological sites Hiking (probably bad in Dec) Snow sports (probably bad in cities) Holiday Festivities Any Suggestions?
    4 answers · Other - Europe · 23 hours ago
  • How to save / budget to travel to Amsterdam?

    I'm 19, and have been wanting to travel since forever, I live in Australia and although it is a beautiful country and love living here I want to see more, and I'd love to go to Amsterdam first but I really suck at budgeting and saving, any suggestions / tips? Would really appreciate it, I have $500 saved up... show more
    I'm 19, and have been wanting to travel since forever, I live in Australia and although it is a beautiful country and love living here I want to see more, and I'd love to go to Amsterdam first but I really suck at budgeting and saving, any suggestions / tips? Would really appreciate it, I have $500 saved up already but that's about it
    4 answers · Netherlands · 1 day ago
  • Why do russians so cruel and angry?

    I asked question when I said What to do. They answered me in rude form.
    I asked question when I said What to do. They answered me in rude form.
    5 answers · Russia · 2 days ago
  • Age for driving from the UK to countries in Europe?

    I turn 17 in march and me and some friends are wanting to do a road trip around Europe however i do know there are age limits. On the government website it says to check the AA and RAC website for rules and regulations however there isn't anything explained as far as age goes. Any help would be much appreciated
    I turn 17 in march and me and some friends are wanting to do a road trip around Europe however i do know there are age limits. On the government website it says to check the AA and RAC website for rules and regulations however there isn't anything explained as far as age goes. Any help would be much appreciated
    4 answers · Other - Europe · 2 days ago
  • Do Turkish people like Arabs?

    Best answer: 80,000,000 in Turkey. Some will like you and some will not.
    Shop keepers will like you when you spend money.
    Best answer: 80,000,000 in Turkey. Some will like you and some will not.
    Shop keepers will like you when you spend money.
    6 answers · Turkey · 1 week ago
  • Why there are three variations of saying who in east Slavic languages?

    Best answer: Хто - means "who" in Ukrainian and Belarusian что - means "what" in Russian (it's "що" in Ukrainian and "што" in Belarusian) кто - means "who" in Russian Some of those can coincide with other languages of Slavic language family (South Slavic etc). To... show more
    Best answer: Хто - means "who" in Ukrainian and Belarusian
    что - means "what" in Russian (it's "що" in Ukrainian and "што" in Belarusian)
    кто - means "who" in Russian

    Some of those can coincide with other languages of Slavic language family (South Slavic etc).

    To answer you question "why?"... well, they evolved from one proto-language just like, say, modern Dutch, German, English, Swedish and other Germanic languages also evolved from their proto-language.
    So it's kind of like "vad" in Swedish, "was" in German, "what" in English.

    From an outsider's point of view those are petty differences, but for some reason once upon a time people started to accumulate millions of them, and created their own languages. Perhaps some thousands of years ago we all spoke the same "pre-proto-language" and maybe, just maybe, it was much more convenient...
    I personally find Runes (which ancient "Slavs" used too, not just Germanic folks, it's just this fact is not taught in most schools) much more logical than Latin and Cyrillic alphabets. But that's another story.
    4 answers · Russia · 1 week ago
  • Why are all the girls in Amsterdam's red-light district from Eastern Europe?

    Best answer: Many of the sex workers have come from Eastern Europe to Amsterdam and other big cities simply because it's the only way they can make money. However, the dark side is that many of the girls have been trafficked and are virtually slaves in the sex industry.
    Best answer: Many of the sex workers have come from Eastern Europe to Amsterdam and other big cities simply because it's the only way they can make money. However, the dark side is that many of the girls have been trafficked and are virtually slaves in the sex industry.
    7 answers · Netherlands · 1 week ago
  • Money exchange in Prague?

    Hello. I want to vizit Prague next summer. I m from Romania. How do I proceed with currency. Can I exchange RON into CZK or should I come to Prague with Euro and exchange there into CZK ? What is the best solution? Thank you
    Hello. I want to vizit Prague next summer. I m from Romania. How do I proceed with currency. Can I exchange RON into CZK or should I come to Prague with Euro and exchange there into CZK ? What is the best solution? Thank you
    4 answers · Other - Europe · 1 week ago
  • Why everyone hates polish people?

    Best answer: Yes. The only thing I can really propose as an explanation for this, is that the Poles genuinely are a bunch of peasants. Not their fault - the Russians and Germans exterminated everyone in the country who could eat with a knife and fork sometime around 1940, and the country has never recovered.
    Best answer: Yes. The only thing I can really propose as an explanation for this, is that the Poles genuinely are a bunch of peasants. Not their fault - the Russians and Germans exterminated everyone in the country who could eat with a knife and fork sometime around 1940, and the country has never recovered.
    9 answers · Poland · 2 weeks ago
  • If i am mediterranean then why i dont look like mediterannean at all but i resemble a northen european person?

    Best answer: You might resemble a distant ancestor, Vikings and Normans did manage to make their way to the Mediterranean, it's possible that you take after one of them.
    Best answer: You might resemble a distant ancestor, Vikings and Normans did manage to make their way to the Mediterranean, it's possible that you take after one of them.
    5 answers · Other - Europe · 1 week ago
  • What is there to do in Greece?

    Why do so many people travel there
    Why do so many people travel there
    15 answers · Greece · 2 weeks ago
  • Which cities to visit in Russia?

    Best answer: Moscow and St. Petersburg. 5 or 6 days is enough for St. Petersburg, spend the rest of your time in Moscow.

    If you're seriously planning to go in January, take a WARM coat and boots.
    Best answer: Moscow and St. Petersburg. 5 or 6 days is enough for St. Petersburg, spend the rest of your time in Moscow.

    If you're seriously planning to go in January, take a WARM coat and boots.
    4 answers · Russia · 1 week ago
  • Which Nordic Country Should I Travel To? Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Denmark?

    Best answer: This is really difficult to answer because they're all wonderful! I've visited all of them (I love Scandinavia) and all the countries are clean, safe, friendly and full of culture and stunning landscapes. I think I found Denmark and Sweden the least impressive. Still amazing places, but they felt a lot... show more
    Best answer: This is really difficult to answer because they're all wonderful! I've visited all of them (I love Scandinavia) and all the countries are clean, safe, friendly and full of culture and stunning landscapes.

    I think I found Denmark and Sweden the least impressive. Still amazing places, but they felt a lot more European, rather than distinctly Scandinavian (but that said, I've only been to big cities). The Tivoli theme parks in both places were great fun, and I'd also recommend a visit to Skansen outdoor museum and zoo in Stockholm.

    Finland has a really unique feel, it's very laid back and uncrowded. If you're wanting a winter break with winter sports, husky sledding, ice hotels, Christmassy fun and saunas, Lapland is the place to go.

    Norway is stunning, and I'd say it's my second favourite Nordic country, because of the beautiful fjords. I'd recommend a cruise or the railway between Oslo, Bergen and Flam. In the future I want to visit Tromso and the Lofoten islands!

    My favourite has to be Iceland though. South west Iceland is fantastic, you have the Blue Lagoon, Gullfoss
    waterfall, Thingvellir national park, the geysers, and Reykjavik, with its Viking history, whale watching and outdoor geothermal pools.

    So it partly depends what you're looking for and what kinds of activities you like, but I'd say Iceland or Norway! Only downside though: they can be very expensive!
    4 answers · Other - Europe · 1 week ago
  • Language of Belgium?

    6 answers · Belgium · 2 weeks ago
  • Are Portugal and Brazil the only Portuguese speaking countries in the world?

    If not, what are the other ones?
    If not, what are the other ones?
    5 answers · Portugal · 2 weeks ago