They have their fair share, the rain and the wind make it feel cold, but also bring heat themselves. Continental weather is easier to get used to, but it is pretty miserable in Winter.
Yep some awesome places .. Gdansk is very pretty and some nice craft ale cafes helped a lot ... So did the £6 each way flights on Cryanair .. We paid about £100 each for Friday , Saturday fly home Sunday , good flight times , excellent hotel , breakfast ,the lot ,last November . Was -2 at night but dry and made sitting in the bars and restaurants really warm and cosy . Polish folks were awesome and the place very clean .. Cheap food and drink to boot . Looking at Brno , Bratislava , or anywhere Eastern Europe with cheap flights tbh next
Ah, Ok. Let me try and have a think. Did 2 Nights in Vienna, 3 nights in Brat and 3 nights in Buda. Flew in to Vienna and flew out of Buda. Work out which way round the flights work out the cheapest. Flights were like £60. Train travel wasnt much. Probably about £50 as well I think. I stayed in hostels so the accomodation was about £60. However, this is great deal if you can find someone to share the hotel costs. Vienna was the the most expensive. Buda and Buda are cheap as chips.
Been to Minsk that's was also really interesting,working my way east gradually .... :)