My friend and I have have 4-5 days to go anywhere in Europe. Europe may seem small to some, however, it's still quite vast with numerous towns and cities, it's crazy trying to choose where to go!
I would love to hear about your favourite place in Europe...what makes it special?
Hopefully this will help me decide where to go
Berlin - a fantastic city!
Kilarney Ireland its a fantastic place and I love it thier. I want to go back. I love Ireland the entire culture and the people and everything about it. I never wanted to leave like at all,
North Wales - great countryside, some really nice small towns & villages.
I've come to know and love Paris very much over the years. I'm lucky to have fantastic friends who live in the city (so I visit them often), and therefore I've got to appreciate it like the locals would. It's not just about the amount of things that I can visit and do while I'm there, although it does keep me busy with still plenty to discover even after nearly a decade of 3-4 trips there per year. It's also about discovering the amazing gastronomy trail, understanding the undertone in non-verbal communications, taking in the grandeur of marvellous architecture etc.
If I could, I'd probably move there in a heartbeat
Bulgaria, great country!
or better yet, Sofia, great city
try -snip- if you need a city guide
[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]
For me it's Rome, I think. It's the sheer volume of amazing historical stuff thats packed into the city.
Town/place: Dingle and the Dingle Peninsula
It's probably Prague for me. Some people say it has too many tourists these days but in a way that can make it more interesting, and it's possible to go a bit underground and avoid it if you want. A winter in the city has an unparalleled that will most probably always be there for me. Vysherad is good area.
Florence. Hands down. The city itself is an absolute work of art. The food, the people, the art, the buildings, the air... it's all so beautiful. My favorite time of year to visit Florence is in March and April. Ok, so that's the only time of year I've ever been there, but it was wonderful. And if by some bizarre chance you get tired of Florence, the lovely town of Lucca is a short train ride away. Visit Florence. You will never regret it.