• Are places like Rome and Paris still magical to travel there, or am I too late for that?

    As a teenager, I’ve always loved Roman and European history and I’ve always wanted to travel those places but I never could. I keep hearing that it’s too late becuase Europe is no longer Europe and that makes me really sad. What should I do?
    As a teenager, I’ve always loved Roman and European history and I’ve always wanted to travel those places but I never could. I keep hearing that it’s too late becuase Europe is no longer Europe and that makes me really sad. What should I do?
    6 answers · 21 hours ago
  • Am I too late to travel to Europe?

    Best answer: Do you really think that you will find refugees visiting the historical places, the tourist attractions, and the cultural venues or eating in the restaurants in Europe? Most inhabitants in Europe have seen refugees only on television Visit Europe and enjoy your trip. The world travel... show more
    Best answer: Do you really think that you will find refugees visiting the historical places, the tourist attractions, and the cultural venues or eating in the restaurants in Europe?

    Most inhabitants in Europe have seen refugees only on television

    Visit Europe and enjoy your trip.

    The world travel directory:
    http://www.willgoto.com
    .
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to raise the standard of living in Ukraine? Why in Ukraine the average salary is $ 200?
  • Are black people discriminated against in germany?

    Best answer: In Germany, they're worried about the Turkish workers they invited in when they need more people in the workforce. They're the ones discriminated against. If you're talking about people of African ancestry, there aren't enough of them for anyone to have become very concerned about- except the... show more
    Best answer: In Germany, they're worried about the Turkish workers they invited in when they need more people in the workforce. They're the ones discriminated against. If you're talking about people of African ancestry, there aren't enough of them for anyone to have become very concerned about- except the Americans on US military bases.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Which cities are the best to visit in Europe?

    Best answer: I'd say Vienna, Venice, Amsterdam and Paris would be my first visit-again choices among large European cities. I'm not counting London as I live there and can't really think of it from a visitor's perspective.
    Best answer: I'd say Vienna, Venice, Amsterdam and Paris would be my first visit-again choices among large European cities. I'm not counting London as I live there and can't really think of it from a visitor's perspective.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I have a 3 hour layover in Helsinki, Finland. Should I try to make it to the city center for a quick coffee and look about?

    Best answer: Skip the coffee and just look around.
    Best answer: Skip the coffee and just look around.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are some subcultures in Romania?

    I am doing a project about the culture of Romania. I am having an awful time finding some examples of subcultures in the country. Does anyone know any examples or websites I can go to?
    I am doing a project about the culture of Romania. I am having an awful time finding some examples of subcultures in the country. Does anyone know any examples or websites I can go to?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Travelling spending money?

    Best answer: 100 euros a day is more than enough dude. If you have that you will be fine.
    Best answer: 100 euros a day is more than enough dude. If you have that you will be fine.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What cities to visit that are less than $100 per person from Paris?

    We are going to Paris, five of us . Some of us suggested to visit Amsterdam, London and Brussels while we are there because they aren t that "far away". I know these train rides will cost much more than traveling locally . Which ones are the cheaper option and have less transfers? Plus we would prefer... show more
    We are going to Paris, five of us . Some of us suggested to visit Amsterdam, London and Brussels while we are there because they aren t that "far away". I know these train rides will cost much more than traveling locally . Which ones are the cheaper option and have less transfers? Plus we would prefer not to spend more than 3 1/2 hours on a train ( it s 4 adults but we do have a child traveling with us age 11). Please don t hesitate to tell us a city we should visit instead (including French cities). Thanks
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What's a good cheaper winter wonderland type destination in Europe?

    Looking for holiday ideas. I like the idea of somewhere there is always snow with a bleak but beautiful environment.
    Looking for holiday ideas. I like the idea of somewhere there is always snow with a bleak but beautiful environment.
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What currency does Croatia use?

    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • What website offers the best European family packages?Or is it better to fly to one city and take a train to other cities?

    Best answer: That's a complex question. It partly depends on what cities you intend to visit. It's fun to take the train from London to Paris, through the chunnel, and it doesn't take any longer than it takes to get to the airport, fly, and get to town from the airport. However, Paris to Berlin or Madrid is a much... show more
    Best answer: That's a complex question. It partly depends on what cities you intend to visit. It's fun to take the train from London to Paris, through the chunnel, and it doesn't take any longer than it takes to get to the airport, fly, and get to town from the airport. However, Paris to Berlin or Madrid is a much longer trip. One the one hand, you can see things from the train. But you spend a lot of your vacation time traveling. Some of the small airlines in Europe are no more expensive than the train fares. You really should probably go to a travel agent, because this is a complicated trip. You don't have to pay the travel agent, you know. And they often can get special deals with hotels.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Flying with cigarettes in my handluggage?

    I'm flying from Sweden to England tomorrow. I've been asked by my colleagues to bring cigarettes back with them since they're cheaper. I'm only taking hand luggage and won't be checking in any hold luggage, the cigarettes would already be in my handluggage when I arrive at the airport. I've... show more
    I'm flying from Sweden to England tomorrow. I've been asked by my colleagues to bring cigarettes back with them since they're cheaper. I'm only taking hand luggage and won't be checking in any hold luggage, the cigarettes would already be in my handluggage when I arrive at the airport. I've checked the limits on how much tobacco I can bring into the UK before having to declare it to customs, so I won't have any problems on that end. But I'm worried that when security at the Swedish airport xray my handluggage, they will remove it from me, simply because of the sheer amount I'll have (probably 10 packets or so). I have read its permitted to bring tobacco in handluggage. But since itll be a lot, I'm just worried I'll be called out on it. Can someone clarify?
    11 answers · 1 month ago
  • If less than half of Swedes vote for a right wing party are they inviting rapefugees?

    Best answer: Yes they are, they should be held partly responsible for any migrant crime through passive aggressive inaction, as some guy said all it takes for evil to succeed is good people to do nothing, much like the blood of terror attack victims in the UK is on the hands of those who vote for the globalists
    Best answer: Yes they are, they should be held partly responsible for any migrant crime through passive aggressive inaction, as some guy said all it takes for evil to succeed is good people to do nothing, much like the blood of terror attack victims in the UK is on the hands of those who vote for the globalists
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Where should I travel in Europe?

    I end my study abroad on December 19th in Madrid, and have until January 2nd to travel (leaving out of London). Where should I go? I have never been to Europe before. I have a (very) rough idea of places I'd like to see but two weeks isn't enough time to see them all. Some of the places of thought of are... show more
    I end my study abroad on December 19th in Madrid, and have until January 2nd to travel (leaving out of London). Where should I go? I have never been to Europe before. I have a (very) rough idea of places I'd like to see but two weeks isn't enough time to see them all. Some of the places of thought of are France, Italy, Croatia, Amsterdam, Greece, England, Ireland, Germany. I just can't decide if it's better to travel to a lot of countries or spend more time 2/3 countries visiting more cities. I need your help!
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why do Republicans hate European nations?

    Why do Republicans hate European nations?

    Best answer: Americans believe in the "American Dream" .. "If you are born rich, you will die richer, taxes are for suckers and enough money puts you above the laws" .. and so far, they have been right!
    Best answer: Americans believe in the "American Dream" .. "If you are born rich, you will die richer, taxes are for suckers and enough money puts you above the laws" .. and so far, they have been right!
    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • What is Nova Kakhovka in Ukrain.?

    Best answer: Nova Kakhovka is a town of about 47,000, built in the late 1940s - early 1950s to house workers building the Kahovka Hydroelectric Power Plant on the Dnepr River. It is not by the sea side but the Kahovka Reservoir formed by the powerplant s dam is nearby. There are several hotels in town along the banks of... show more
    Best answer: Nova Kakhovka is a town of about 47,000, built in the late 1940s - early 1950s to house workers building the Kahovka Hydroelectric Power Plant on the Dnepr River. It is not by the sea side but the Kahovka Reservoir formed by the powerplant s dam is nearby.

    There are several hotels in town along the banks of the Dnepr with fairly good reviews for about $30 to $38 per night. The hotels are fairly modern, have WiFi, and though there is no beach, the hotels have pool decks overlooking the river.

    The climate is typical of southern Ukraine (note the spelling) hot in the summer cold in the winter.
    5 answers · 2 months ago