Tourists of Reddit: What places should we absolutely visit in Europe?r/AskReddit

Tourists of Reddit: What places should we absolutely visit in Europe?r/AskReddit


r/AskReddit: Tourists of Reddit: What places
should we absolutely visit in Europe? Lake Como, Italy. Possibly the most beautiful place I’ve ever
been. It was our last stop in Northern Italy and
it was an amazing way to unwind by the water and eat a ton of amazing pizza after a couple
weeks of traveling, walking, biking, etc. I had the best time in Lisbon, Portugal and
recommend a visit. It’s a beautiful city, the food is fantastic,
the street art is amazing, and the people were very nice. It was easy to get around as well, and it’s
well positioned to visit other places in Portugal (like Sintra, which is also great). Krakow for me! Cheap and a lot of possible day trip. Old city? You have it. History? Auschwitz for a day. Big city? Warsaw for a day. Nature? Zakopane for a day. Nature+history? Salt mine for a day. Food are excellent! My boyfriend and I went to see Salisbury Cathedral
a while back. It’s an incredible cathedral, but the reception
was a tad hostile. The Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna. Yeah, the palace is nice and all inside, but
the real treat is the gardens. They’re ducking gorgeously tended. The Palm House is the pinnacle imo. Gorgeous late Victorian wrought iron metalwork. My two favourite places in the world are Edinburgh
and Amsterdam. Both such chill places for a good pub crawl. Edinburgh has so much history and it feels
very atmospheric. Amsterdam is loads of fun and everyone is
just trying to have a good time. EDIT: in contrast, do not waste time with
Geneva. I’m also not overly fond of Paris myself
but that’s because I worked there for 6 months and hated it. Bonus suggestion is Tallinn in Estonia. Awesome place. Vilnius,a hidden gem.You can spend 4 days
and never get bored by the variosity of the city💚 Edit:2K likes,thank you so much,I
have written a separate comment what did I do in Vilnius,it has been 2 years so I hope
I will update with more. Cliffs of Moher in Ireland is one of the most
breathtaking places I’ve seen in person. Lofoten islands in the north of Norway. Amazingly beautiful. Romania, Bulgaria, northern Greece, North
Macedonia, and the Republic of Georgia can all cost significantly under half the price
of western european countries, with as much history, culture, nature, hiking, and delicious
food. You can hike through the mountains of transylvania,
Mt. Vitosha and the mountains near the ancient Rila Monastery, the area surrounding Lake
Ochrid which houses monasteries where the Cyrillic Alphabet was invented, or beautiful
remote mountain villages and valleys like Juta, Mt. Khazbegi, or Ushguli, the highest
altitude place in Europe that is inhabited year round. Many of these countries, even in the capitals,
are also significantly safer than walking through downtown Rome or Paris. For comparison, a semi sheetty 6-bed hostel
room in the center of Rome will cost you around $25. A private hotel room at a decent guesthouse
in Khazbeghi, Georgia, which is basically a beautiful mountain paradise with access
to multiple breathtakingly beautiful hikes, will cost the same, and that’s on the expensive
side for the country. If you are in Europe, you can get flights
from many European cities to Sofia, Bucharest, or Kutaisi for somewhere between $15-50 Scotland for its absolute beauty, and for
the feeling that someone’s talking a foreign language to you when they’re really not I will not recommend any major tourist attraction,
because the lesser ones are actually still beautiful and fun to visit. Tallinn, a city to spend hot summer in. White nights (not knights) in late June, and
it almost never gets over 25 degrees Celsius. Wroclaw and Krakow, two Polish highlights. And it is close to the Tatras from Krakow. Brasov, a fascinating Rumanian city. Sopron, with a very beautiful old centre not
that far from either Vienna or Budapest. Veliko Tarnovo, the old city of the Bulgarian
emperors, situated in fascinating landscape. Mostar in Bosnia, eerily beautiful, especially
at night. Iceland. The Vatican -disregarding any religious beliefs
it is an absolutely breathtaking building and the inside is incredibly ornate an extravagant Galway, Ireland And while you’re out there, the south side
of Connemara and the Aran Islands. The cliffs around Dun Aengus on Inis Mór
are amazing. They’re not quite as high and dramatic as
the Cliffs of Moher, but they are much, much prettier, and so is the surrounding area. Dun Aengus itself is also really cool and
a good place for a picnic while you’re out there! Denmark – Bornholm. Great place during the summer, less nice rest
of the year. End july is my recommendation. I must say, being from this wonderful little
pearl of an island i would highly recommend it as well. If you want to go somewhere, where everything
has been paced down, this is it. The Island has a lot of riches to offer – from
the Nordic cuisine and local Micro breweries of good quality to beaches with the finest
sand in northern Europe! All the cities are small and, for a lack of
better word, cosy. The Island is small as well, making it optimal
to visit nearly everything during a weeks stay. But as mentioned, do go during the summer
– preferably in july to start of August. The Winter is nothing to write home about. Cheers! Black Forest and the foothills of the Alps. Neuschwanstein in Bavaria. 1. Budapest – Spent 4 weeks here with the family
and I have to say it simply wasn’t enough! We considered this to be one of the best cities
in Europe hands down. Here’s a list of places you should check-out
when in Budapest. 2. Paris – People keep saying this place is overrated
but I’ve lived there for 3 years and the place and people were amazing. Other great places to visit are Florence,
Edinburgh, Prague, Malta Belgrade is like super cheap and also beautiful
Belgium Great towns such as Ypres, Brugge, Ghent. Brussels is quite nice as well I think the Baltics in general deserve more
attention. I’ve not been to Lithuania or Latvia yet,
but Estonia is guning cool as heck. I really enjoyed my week in Stockholm too. I only spent a week there but it was not enough. Also, the Scottish Highlands are hands down
the most beautiful place I’ve ever seen in my life. I spent most of my time around Inverness,
but it really reinforced how much I need to go back there and explore more. Berlin, Germany. Really cool city with a TON of history. Svalbard. Check it out. It is very beautiful indeed! But, for younger kids? Maybe not the funnest place to be. There’s isn’t a whole lot to do, though they
do provide some amazing tourist attractions (snowmobile ride is one for sure,I’m not sure
if they still dl dog-sleigh). And going on a hike could be tricky. You gotta have a tour guide, not allowed to
go alone without a gon. But for people who love nature and animal
life, definitely! The reindeer roam free in the town and there
are a lot, a lot, of dogs (which I personally love). I don’t live there, I’ve only visited my dad
who worked there for two years. 🙂 If I have forgotten anything please do
reply. Tallinn in Estonia. Me and my partner wanted to visit Finland
but it was too expensive, but we found Tallinn much more interesting anyway! (we took a ferry
to Helsinki for the day). Beautiful city, friendly people, interesting
history. My favorites:
*Porto Nicest people i ever encountered, beautiful buildings, cheap food, surfing. *Lisbon: Same as Porto only a little bigger,
little less friendly but still super friendly, more of a big city feel. *Amsterdam Just to have visited once. *London, Paris, Rome amazing cities. If you are from the us, it might seem like
you are visiting one country with different states, but 100 miles apart there could be
quite different cultures. So lots of cities that have total different
things to offer, what are you looking for in your destinations? I’m gonna be honest with you, Bosnia, Montenegro
and Albania were some of the best places I’ve visited in Europe. Other than that, Northern Italy, Paris and
Germany in general are amazing as well, and so is Vienna and Budapest. Also, if you’re into hiking or nature, visiting
Slovenia is a must-do as well Mont-Saint-Michel, France. (better off season). Vienna (3days) ->Budapest (3days) ->Bratislava
(2 days) ->Prague (3days). Take the train or Flixbus. It’s fast, efficient and cheap. Just dont fall for the Europe=UK, Germany,
France and Italy BS Edit: The UK, Germany, France and Italy are
all culturally rich, beautiful places (been there). What i meant is that people know about pizza/pasta,
the Eiffel tower, double deckers and currywurst. So less known places may offer a better chance
of adventure and learning.

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