• Is France a dangerous country?

    Best answer: Terrorist attacks can happen anywhere in the world at any time - even in Australia. Despite what has happened in the last couple of years France is still a very safe country. You can't live your life in fear so be realistic, you are far more likely to be killed in a car accident than ever being involved in a... show more
    Best answer: Terrorist attacks can happen anywhere in the world at any time - even in Australia. Despite what has happened in the last couple of years France is still a very safe country. You can't live your life in fear so be realistic, you are far more likely to be killed in a car accident than ever being involved in a terrorist attack.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • Warmest european countries?

    4 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Which country is better to live in? (NZ or Iceland or....)?

    I'm a European citizen and want to move to another country. I want to move to a country that is overwhelmed by nature, has a good state of affairs and is overall a top country to live in. I don't mind the cost of living. I was thinking New Zealand, because it isn't too hot like Aussie and has lots of... show more
    I'm a European citizen and want to move to another country. I want to move to a country that is overwhelmed by nature, has a good state of affairs and is overall a top country to live in. I don't mind the cost of living. I was thinking New Zealand, because it isn't too hot like Aussie and has lots of nature, but NZ is far away. Iceland, on the other hand is close to where I live, has nature, but is somewhat cold and can have some extreme weather. Are there other countries that are very nice perhaps?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Will youth hostels in Europe allow a 17 year old to stay (accommpanied by 18 year olds)?

    I'm going to be studying abroad in Spain and during the weekends my peers (18+) will want to travel a bit and stay at hostels. Will I have any problems since I am 17 (turning 18 soon)? If you have any other suggestion that would help too!
    I'm going to be studying abroad in Spain and during the weekends my peers (18+) will want to travel a bit and stay at hostels. Will I have any problems since I am 17 (turning 18 soon)? If you have any other suggestion that would help too!
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is Serbia a communist/socialist country?

    Best answer: Single party Socialism as a form of government and economic management ended in the republics of the Yugoslav federation, in January 1990. The successor states established after the break up of the federation continue to be democratic governments with capitalist economies
    Best answer: Single party Socialism as a form of government and economic management ended in the republics of the Yugoslav federation, in January 1990. The successor states established after the break up of the federation continue to be democratic governments with capitalist economies
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is Serbia safe to be visited.?

    Best answer: Serbia is perfectly safe for tourists. It is not longer a socialist country and becoming more like other European countries. Belgrade has the same facilities as any other European city.
    Best answer: Serbia is perfectly safe for tourists. It is not longer a socialist country and becoming more like other European countries. Belgrade has the same facilities as any other European city.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Which countries/cities are the best for sex?

    I'm soon 22 years old and I haven't sexual life, I would know which countries/cities are the best for have sex with easy girls, maybe like that I will travel when I will be in holidays Prostitutes don't interesting me Sorry for my bad English
    I'm soon 22 years old and I haven't sexual life, I would know which countries/cities are the best for have sex with easy girls, maybe like that I will travel when I will be in holidays Prostitutes don't interesting me Sorry for my bad English
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Europe safe or not?

    Best answer: Yes, it's safe. Terror attacks get a lot of publicity but they're still quite rare and limited in scope. And for the record, Muslims are not the problem. Prior to 9/11 the deadliest terror attack on US soil (Oklahoma City bombing) was committed by a group of white Christian Army veterans. A staggering... show more
    Best answer: Yes, it's safe. Terror attacks get a lot of publicity but they're still quite rare and limited in scope. And for the record, Muslims are not the problem. Prior to 9/11 the deadliest terror attack on US soil (Oklahoma City bombing) was committed by a group of white Christian Army veterans. A staggering number of shootings, bombings, and arsons have been committed by Christians against abortion clinics and LGBT activist organizations, but those never get news coverage. Dangerous ideologies can come from anywhere, and you're better served looking at the environmental and psychological aspects of radicalization than you are obsessing over what religion someone belongs to.

    That being said I lived in Europe for a while after 9/11 and I've traveled all over the western half of the continent, from Ireland to Slovakia. Overall, it's a very safe place to be.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Me and a friend are looking at different European cities to go to for 3 days in October, suggestions?

    Best answer: I wouldn't go to Barcelona right now, as beautiful as it is, they are going through a period trying as hard as possible to STOP tourists visiting, thanks to the upheaval, mess, noise etc that they make. Go to Berlin, it's also a fascinating city and you'll find plenty to do during the days.
    Best answer: I wouldn't go to Barcelona right now, as beautiful as it is, they are going through a period trying as hard as possible to STOP tourists visiting, thanks to the upheaval, mess, noise etc that they make. Go to Berlin, it's also a fascinating city and you'll find plenty to do during the days.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does Europe have a Euro-specific search Engine and payment card?

    Best answer: The whole world has Google and Visa - except perhaps North Korea, it's not just a US thing.
    Best answer: The whole world has Google and Visa - except perhaps North Korea, it's not just a US thing.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does a "portal" from the US to UK?

    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I'm English and want to move to Sweden, I heard the people there don't like foreigners in their country. Is it true towards English people?

    Best answer: As a U.K. citizen you gave the right to live in Sweden provided you can support yourself. That means finding work and to get a job you need to speak the language.
    Best answer: As a U.K. citizen you gave the right to live in Sweden provided you can support yourself. That means finding work and to get a job you need to speak the language.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • First trip to Europe! Is this a good/realistic itinerary?

    Best answer: Ah, it's nice to see a realistic time schedule and that you're not rushing around to tick off as many countries and cities as possible like so many who ask in here are. :) Your schedule looks good, but like some of the others have said, take one day off Venice and add it to Paris instead. If you arrive... show more
    Best answer: Ah, it's nice to see a realistic time schedule and that you're not rushing around to tick off as many countries and cities as possible like so many who ask in here are. :)

    Your schedule looks good, but like some of the others have said, take one day off Venice and add it to Paris instead.

    If you arrive early in Venice or depart late for Rome so that you almost have 4-5 full days in Venice, I'd even suggest taking two days off Venice and either:
    - add two days to Paris
    - add one day to Paris and one day to London
    - add one day to Paris, make a day trip to one of the places surrounding any of the cities (also to get away from the touristic big city bustle!)

    Other advice:
    - yes, the queues will most likely be horrendous in June, so buy entry tickets online whenever possible. It can save you a lot of time.

    - wear practical, comfy shoes. It can be sweltering in June and you'll be walking a lot.

    - try to figure out where the locals eat and eat there.

    - Venice is expensive, be prepared for that. Remember to find a good bakery to buy cookies (and if they ask if they should heat them up for you, say yes!). Italian ice cream, especially the fior di latte is a must try

    - some places in Europe, you'll have to pay to use the public toilets, so make sure to have coins on you. I'm mentioning this because it's something I've seen many Americans be quite shocked by. :) Usually it's free in museums, restaurants, cafes etc. But in most countries it's not done to simply walk into a cafe to use the toilet, you're expected to buy something (I don't know how this is in the U.S.)

    - churches might require that you have your shoulders covered that that your dress/shorts isn't too short.

    - be careful of pickpockets, especially in Italy and especially if you look like a tourist. Place your money and credit cards somewhere difficult to access for a pickpocket. And I know it's horrible, but if people come over to talk to you for whatever reason: Be alert!
    That said, I've never had any problems myself and don't let this ruin your trip, just take the necessary precautions.
    10 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I'm a 17 yrs old guy from Hungary. I've always wanted to live in the USA. Dear Americans! Is it worth it to go there?

    Best answer: Nice you would like to visit or live in USA - I lived over 30 years in USA, but originally I was from Western Europe - Now I live in Argentina - but at times I go back to USA for a visit - I have been a few times in Budapest . just airline layovers - But Hungarian Magyar language I do not understand at... show more
    Best answer: Nice you would like to visit or live in USA -

    I lived over 30 years in USA, but originally I was from Western Europe -
    Now I live in Argentina - but at times I go back to USA for a visit -

    I have been a few times in Budapest . just airline layovers -
    But Hungarian Magyar language I do not understand at all...

    Spent a weekend near Lake Balaton with a friend -
    My Hungarian friend first name was Bence -

    I was airline pilot with Pan American - he was pilot with Hungarian Airlines -

    I like goulash and paprika...!
    And "Tokai" wine -

    I like Hungarian folk music - czardas played on cymbalon with orchestra -
    I play piano - I can play some Frans Liszt music...
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago