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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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banned8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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1 Like #1
check out Time Out of each city ... for happenings, places to eat, events.
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Seems like some of the places you are going do not need that many days to explore. For example, even though Venice is a beautiful place, you can allocate some time to take to train to other places in Italy. Same with Budapest, this one don't need that many days to explore. Check out the different trains you can take so you can visit more places nearby your destinations.

Best if you get one of those travel books to get the most out of your travel. Here is a online travel guide you can learn more info.
http://frommers.com/
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Check out the free walking tours of Berlin they go from starbucks near the Brandenburgh Gate, excellent worth checking out, you just have to tip them at the end of the tour, if you wish.
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If you're thinking of travelling somewhere else in Italy while in Venice then I'd definitely recommend either going to the Lakes, e.g. Como or Maggiore as the scenery is just stunning, although you might be quicker going to the Dolomites North of Venice, where the scenery is also pretty amazing.

If it's another city you want then Florence is really worth a day or two (about 160 miles away), the museums are top quality and the cathedral and other buildings like the Santa Croce (where lots of famous people born in Florence are buried including Michelangelo, Galileo, Macchiavelli, Fermi, Marconi, etc.) are all faced with the local green, pink and white marble.
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If you like clubs don't miss Rimini, best beach in Italy as well just check out all those deck chairs! scroll along the beach goes for miles and miles and miles :thumbsup: http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=rimini&jsv=107&ie=UTF8&ll=44.064153,12.588272&spn=0.004826,0.011759&t=h&z=17

I thought Bern was 10x more beautiful than Geneva although sure Geneva had a really nice lake to walk round.
http://www.lumor.co.uk/DSC02585_sm.JPG

How you getting round car, train, plane, hitch hiking? I went by car make sure you buy vignettes for the motorways in Austria and Switzerland :oops: and if you're not driving hire a car to do the Autobahns in Germany http://www.clicksmilies.com/auswahl/auto003.gif
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There is a great food store on 80th and Broadway in New York, its great to pick up fresh food for a picnic and a very short walk to Central Park from there. We went almost every day! :thumbsup:
banned#7
RickyBobby
There is a great food store on 80th and Broadway in New York, its great to pick up fresh food for a picnic and a very short walk to Central Park from there. We went almost every day! :thumbsup:


Europe see title :whistling:
#8
lumoruk
Europe see title :whistling:


imranmaz
Venice 4-10 june
Berlin 11-14
Athens 15-20
Geneva 21-25
Budapest 26-2nd june

also i'll be in new york between 17th july - 18 september


:whistling:
#9
Geneva take a steamboat around Lake Geneva or as the locals call it Lac Léman well worth doing, and just outside Geneva easily reached by train is Château de Chillon.
banned#10
imranmaz
cant give out anymore rep but will tomorrow.. sounds great j.dance... geneva is going to be the quietest destination so that sounds good!


I dont mind travelling to nearby cities at any destination mentioned in the OP if the route is straight forward too!


Geneva isn't quite think London traffic and Plymouth new town and put a lake in it :thumbsup:
#11
If you go to the Easyjet site, they have travel destination guides you can download for most cities...

Have a good time...
#12
[url]www.roughguides.co.uk[/url] and worth buying the books from feebay / Amazon and / or borrowing them from a local library, if they haven't got them in they can order them for ya.

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