In the closing stages of finalising our trip around Europe in which we will be away for 3 weeks via train. The places we are looking to visit are:
Amsterdam,Berlin,Vienna,Prague,Krakow,Venice,Rome and Bern.
If anyone knows places to see/avoid within any of these cities or even places only a train journey away please reply
Well I will start the ball rolling with Amsterdam as it is first on your list.
Hire a bike and just cycle around the canals and see what you stumble across.
Get on a boat tour and get a view of Amsterdam from the canals.
Visit Anne Frank's house (I really recommend this, even if you are not into museums).
Walk around the Red Light District at night.
Go to the Leidseplein for your evening's drinking and clubbing and gigging.
Take a packed lunch and sit and eat it in Dam Square if the weather is nice and watch the whole world go by.
Go for a coffee or a smoke (if you indulge) in one of the coffee shops.
Have a pancake at the Pancake Bakery, a lovely restaurant that does amazing sweet and savoury pancakes.
If you are going from Berlin to Prague by train hop off in Dresden. If the weather is nice, rent a bicycle and cycle from Dresden down to the Czech border. Stop at Koenigstein fortress and visit. Return by train to Dresden. If you are reasonably fit the cycle down to the Czech border will be an easy day trip.
hi guys ,, even i want to go around europe ,, but as i cant take leave i want to go on weekends ,, i am based in denmark ,, can any one suggest me some things that can be covered in 2 days ,,
Thanks in advance