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2 nights in a European city in November

angelfairee Avatar
6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
I'm going.

Where and why?

Thanks.

P.S. This isn't a cryptic question...I'm looking for suggestions.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Amsterdam cos you seem to need it ;)
#2
Me 2...im planning to take the wife away for a weekend (end of november) somewhere in europe but no ideas as to where yet!
#3
Chuckles1001
Amsterdam cos you seem to need it ;)


I have no idea who you are, but I dislike your suggestion greatly.
#4
Berlin or Gothenburg
#5
+1 for Berlin. Loads to do & Chrimbo markets will be up back end of Novermber
#6
rome is lovely
[mod]#7
Charlie Scene
rome is lovely


It is indeed but you'd need a lot more than 2 nights to even see half of it.
#8
Syzable
Charlie Scene
rome is lovely
It is indeed but you'd need a lot more than 2 nights to even see half of it.

true story
banned#9
barca...
[mod]#10
dog_cop
barca...


Amazing Cathedral..........could spend 2 days just looking at it.
banned#11
Syzable
dog_cop
barca...


Amazing Cathedral..........could spend 2 days just looking at it.

you cant be a bit of culture 8)
#12
paris for me every time-sights,shopping,cuisine,disneyland! cant go wrong!
#13
Venice is beautiful at that time of year, and you won't have to fight through the crowds either
#14
As above, most European cities are worth a couple of days no matter what the month.

Venice is lovely in Nov although it's likely to rain!

Rome is great any time and it doesn't matter how much you see, unless you have an official tick list.

Seville is rather nice and Malaga is easy to get to and has a super historic centre.

Whatever you decide, make sure to check for proposed strike actions.
#15
november is cold. go skiing for 2 days!
#16
I think I'm getting away to Bruges (it's in belgium) in November.
A cookie to whoever gets the reference.
banned#17
barky
paris for me every time-sights,shopping,cuisine,disneyland! cant go wrong!

You can. It's full of French!

Madrid, Barca, Prague would be a good choice. Be good young lady!
#18
guv
barky
paris for me every time-sights,shopping,cuisine,disneyland! cant go wrong!
You can. It's full of French!Madrid, Barca, Prague would be a good choice. Be good young lady!

lol-I get your point,but I find the spanish FAR more obnoxious than the french tbh
#19
Luxembourg, great place to visit.
#20
go to the city of lights... no not Paris...

Blackpool

(technically Europe :p)

Edited By: numptyj on Oct 12, 2010 17:48: .
#21
numptyj
go to the city of lights... no not Paris...Blackpool(technically Europe :p)


Yeah Blackpool FTW :D

Edited By: Marina on Oct 12, 2010 17:53: ..........
#22
angelfairee
Chuckles1001
Amsterdam cos you seem to need it ;)
I have no idea who you are, but I dislike your suggestion greatly.

Sorry about that, i only meant it is very relaxing, sat on a canal boat seeing the place by boat, popping into the vangogh museum and seeing the diamonds get cut maybe going to the larger factory and finishing it off with Anne Franks house with all the other museums and windmills inbetween maybe even a little travel over to Deflt (one of the best looking towns in Europe) and even rotterdam... all of those places are within 45 mins of each other so Holland is a very cultural place and cos its so small it is all easily accessable.
#23
Right. Berlin, Rome, Barca or Venice?
#24
I vote Venice, followed by Rome, but they are all good choices. You should be able to get good deals on accommodation at that time of year too, especially in Venice which can be extremely expensive in the summer. I'm sure you will have a great time wherever you choose.

Is there anything particular you want to do/see/buy at all? Or just looking for somewhere nice to go?
#25
angelfairee
Right. Berlin, Rome, Barca or Venice?

What about Seville , Madrid, Malaga, Granada. Cordoba, Valencia? You seem to have discounted the Spanish cities.
#26
Bit cold but Edinburgh or Glasgow , been to glasgow a few times really enjoyed it and heard good things about edinburgh

Really depends on what your going away for

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