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1. Posted by Mondy80 (Budding Member 4 posts) 10y

Travelers and adventurers around the world,

I need your help..

I will arrive in Frankfurt on aug 25th and dept to Sharm shiekh on Sep 7th. I am planning to hit Eastern Europe during this period simply cause its cheaper and the women are good looking. But what I am debating giving the amount of time I have is whether to go to Prague –Bratislava-krakow-budapist during this period, or should I Fly to Riga Latvia, as I hear its beautiful place, the paris of the Balkan and the girls are the hottest ever (big incentive)? I need some advice as I am really knew to this

My budget is $800, and I am looking for friendly place, nice city with history or at least beatifull scenry (land scape) but at last and not least attractive easy going girls and some grass to smoke if possible.

P.S

Do they like Americans? If not how about a half Argentinian half Egyptian 6ft 2 dark handsome lad? Will that sell there?

Need your help

2. Posted by nickla (Respected Member 223 posts) 10y

Go out to the balkans. Will be cheaper - both prague and budapest are slowly becoming more western - and something totally different.

3. Posted by jasminasab (Budding Member 41 posts) 10y

Quoting Mondy80

Riga Latvia, as I hear its beautiful place, the paris of the Balkan


Latvia is faaaaaaaaaaar away from the Balkans.

4. Posted by jza80 (Full Member 54 posts) 10y

You might consider skipping Bratislava. Poland is a must visit place. Beautiful women and lots to see. Start with Krakow and go from there.

Prague and Budapest is getting more and more costly. I enjoyed krakow more than prague because there are more sites to see and the food is way better there!

5. Posted by Theodora (Budding Member 3 posts) 10y

I would like to recomend you to visit Belgrade. Belgrade is capital of Serbia. You can see many interesting places in Belgrade and in other parts of Serbia too. Prices are lower than in other European countries.
If you like more informations I'll be glad to tell you.
Greetings

6. Posted by Monika23 (Budding Member 3 posts) 10y

Hi,

I would definitely recommend Krakow and surrounding areas. The city is beautiful, lively and full of history. The prices are cheap (they don't use the euro yet) and there are usually a lot of young travellers from around the world during the summer months to meet and hang out with.

I'm biased since my Family is originally fronm Poland and I love going there, but if you decide on visiting Poland and need any help in planning your trip, I'd be glad to help.

Have a great trip !

Monika

7. Posted by luis75 (Inactive 27 posts) 10y

Yeah, Poland is a great country: interesting site seeings, cheap prices, and friendly people.... I´m even thinking about moving there! ;)

8. Posted by w-mika (First Time Poster 1 posts) 10y

Hi,
There is some people in Cracow (my friends), who help individual travellers to find themselves in the town, according to person's likings. They even make reservation of accomodation and take travellers from airport or railway to a hostel. They are friendly, open. They lead some kind of association developing inter-culture dialogue. Is someone interested in it?

Cracow is really worth being in.