• Are Poland, Ukraine, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia nice countries to live in?

    Do these countries have cities to live in that are as good as cities in Western Europe for example?
    Do these countries have cities to live in that are as good as cities in Western Europe for example?
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Vacation ideas (not tropical).?

    I'm a young female wanting to take a trip alone. I really like places that are low on tourism. I've always dreamed of visiting Poland, but after some research I'm leaning towards Kosovo (near Serbia). I've heard and read lots of great things about visits there. Before I make a definite decision,... show more
    I'm a young female wanting to take a trip alone. I really like places that are low on tourism. I've always dreamed of visiting Poland, but after some research I'm leaning towards Kosovo (near Serbia). I've heard and read lots of great things about visits there. Before I make a definite decision, where would YOU like to visit if you could go anywhere (none tropical) I need places to research and think about. Thanks!
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is it true- sweden to be re-named somalistan in 2019.?

    Best answer: True
    Best answer: True
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • I am traveling in Europe next summer what are the rules and regulations if I want to rent a motorcycle while I am there?

    I will be over for approximately one month. I am landing in London but would like to ride all over. My license is current. Do I need a special permit to operate overseas? what are the regulations on driving across international borders?
    I will be over for approximately one month. I am landing in London but would like to ride all over. My license is current. Do I need a special permit to operate overseas? what are the regulations on driving across international borders?
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • How to travel in Europe as a gap year for cheap?

    Best answer: A. Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Poland are perfectly safe. Safer than America for sure. Russia is dangerous though. If you go to Russia, it's complicated with the visas and accommodation and I highly suggest you don't go to any bars don't stay ina a cheap motel / hostel, and stay alert at night. If... show more
    Best answer: A. Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Poland are perfectly safe. Safer than America for sure. Russia is dangerous though. If you go to Russia, it's complicated with the visas and accommodation and I highly suggest you don't go to any bars don't stay ina a cheap motel / hostel, and stay alert at night. If you're white and you don't draw undue attention and you stay in the wealthier areas, you'll likely be fine, but it is certainly a dangerous place. Also, if you're not white - don't go. Just don't.

    B. Amersterdam is also safer than America. Murder can happen anywhere and is more likely to happen in America. Best to stay away from hard chemical drugs, but weed never hurt anyone.

    C. Backpackers that travel Europe or elsewhere on the cheap use hostels, not motels. Check them out online. Personally, I don't like sharing rooms with smelly hippies, so I used to pay a bit more for a single room at hostels. Very cheap. Also, check here about getting a Eurorail pass for travelling to the different countries. They give discounts to students: https://www.eurail.com/en/eurail-passes/...

    D. Just my opinion here, but Switzerland is boring. There's nothing of interest. You'll see all the same architecture in France and Germany. I'd pass on Switzerland and opt for somewhere a little different. Czech is very fun. Ireland would give you a different feel. You're right on with Poland, it's great. Spend your time in Krakow. There's a bar in the dungeon of the 500 year old castle downtown called "Carpe Diem". Check that out. Fun times.

    E. If you want to make some money as you travel, you can easily work for a week and move on by picking grapes in France. Backpackers commonly do this. Quick cash. Meet people.

    F. One last thing - don't bring the bedroom and the kitchen sink with you. Just one medium sized backpack. If it doesn't fit in there, don't bring it. I see too many kids trying to haul around an apartment on their back and one on the front. It'll be miserable to carry all that around all the time.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do Americans worry so much about safety when asking about travelling in Europe? Do they not know America is much more dangerous?

    Best answer: I agree- I never understand when they ask about being "safe". The only thing is that Americans are not used to protecting themselves against pickpockets. Our thieves don't have skills- they just stick a gun in your face and demand your money.
    Best answer: I agree- I never understand when they ask about being "safe". The only thing is that Americans are not used to protecting themselves against pickpockets. Our thieves don't have skills- they just stick a gun in your face and demand your money.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Tips for travelling to Europe/general travelling tips?

    I am going for a month in June/July. Thinking of going to London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Prague, Budapest, Athens and Mykonos
    I am going for a month in June/July. Thinking of going to London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Munich, Prague, Budapest, Athens and Mykonos
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I travel to Europe or no?

    My parents offered to take me to Europe for the week that I'm out of school during break. I'm in high school. I'm not sure if the trip will be worth-while. I don't enjoy sight-seeing, and I know there will be a lot of walking around. We are staying with a relative in France to save money. Should I... show more
    My parents offered to take me to Europe for the week that I'm out of school during break. I'm in high school. I'm not sure if the trip will be worth-while. I don't enjoy sight-seeing, and I know there will be a lot of walking around. We are staying with a relative in France to save money. Should I travel there because I've never been to Europe(just France and Germany more specifically) before or just stay at home?
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Need name and address in berlin?

    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • 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?
    12 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Where to go on holiday in eastern Europe?

    Best answer: Try Romania. The mountains are very similar to Austria but cheaper! As a bonus, in Transylvania you can visit Dracula's castle (Bran Castle)
    Best answer: Try Romania. The mountains are very similar to Austria but cheaper! As a bonus, in Transylvania you can visit Dracula's castle (Bran Castle)
    5 answers · 3 weeks 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?
    7 answers · 4 weeks 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
    6 answers · 4 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 · 1 month 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 · 1 month ago