Places to visit in Europe.

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51. Posted by goodfish (Full Member 177 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Let's back up a bit, shall we?

Smith Martin (OP), you've a post in another thread stating that your are "planning to visit London next month" and wondering about accommodations someone booked.

Very shortly after, you've an introductory post stating that you are "an IT professional, based in London." I am going to assume that the London you're based in is in England...which is in Europe.

It's curious that you'd be looking for London accommodations if you are already living there? It's also curious that you'd even be choosing London for a visit if you prefer "places away from a city"?

Even more curious, your TP member name is the very same as a business which books holiday cottages (accommodations) in a particular part of England promising "awe inspiring landscapes" in non-urban settings and lots of outdoor activities. Hmmmm.

Given all that, your lack of engagement in this 13 week-old thread plus an absence of any useful up-front information for respondents to go on (timing of trip, budget, your definition of a "good" accommodation, etc.) I will politely question your motives? I might also suggest that thread participants refrain from contributing clicks to your (assumed) employer's web advertising.

Regarding the nattering on about Belgium, I'm a fan although I've not yet had the opportunity to go knocking about in the countryside.

52. Posted by Alexandra Chop (Inactive 1 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

I would advise you to relax in close proximity to the Swiss Alps

The peculiarity of the Swiss Alps is their close proximity to "civilization". In other words, it's easy to combine sightseeing with skiing: the northern spurs of the Bernese Alps are located very close to the country's capital, so the sightseeing of Bern and skiing in Gstaad or Grindelwald perfectly "get along" within the framework of one trip.

53. Posted by Stefmuts (Respected Member 180 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Quoting goodfish

Given all that, your lack of engagement in this 13 week-old thread plus an absence of any useful up-front information for respondents to go on (timing of trip, budget, your definition of a "good" accommodation, etc.) I will politely question your motives? I might also suggest that thread participants refrain from contributing clicks to your (assumed) employer's web advertising.

I was thinking the same thing, empty profile, fague question, not being back to answer to the given advice ...

Quoting goodfish

Regarding the nattering on about Belgium, I'm a fan although I've not yet had the opportunity to go knocking about in the countryside.

Let them go on about Belgium, it has some really nice places like the Ardennes, the area around Borgloon with its orchards, my personal little hideout het Hageven which on the Dutch side of the border continues as the plateaux

54. Posted by jackb1 (Budding Member 2 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Paris and Amsterdam are cliches but for a reason!

Both have so much to do and see there - I spent 3 nights in both and loved it. Easy transportation links (euro star recommended) and nice accommodations on offer.

55. Posted by Kristy_c (Inactive 1 posts) 1y 1 Star this if you like it!

I recommend Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

56. Posted by bensmith12 (Budding Member 10 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Hi...
There are a number of places to visit in Europe, but i mention some Best places to visit in Europe. These are:

Interlaken, Switzerland
Santorini, Greece
Ghent, Belgium
London
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

Thanks

57. Posted by plainsailing (Budding Member 4 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

For me it would be...

Somewhere on the Med (Greece / Croatia / Italiy)
Somewhere in the mountains (Alps / Mont Blanc region?)
Somewhere in the City (Paris / Rome / Amsterdam)
Somewhere in the wilderness (Scottish highlands / Norway fjords)

Will give you a good taste for Europe :)

58. Posted by LuisaMay (First Time Poster 1 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Most recently, I decided to go on a trip to Europe with my family. The country that we visited last, and became the most memorable in terms of culture, customs and hospitality, as well as entertainment and comfort. It was Ukraine, namely, Lviv. There everything is very colorful, lively, colorful architecture. We stayed at the -snip- and strangely enough, the service was at the highest level. In addition to emotions from the beauty seen, we also enjoyed the place where we stayed.:)

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

59. Posted by joanna_overhere (Budding Member 6 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

Hello there!

I wouldn't recommend Western Europe. It's beautiful, but it's also immensely crowded and very costly.

If you're looking for a getaway, then visit Tatra mountains in Poland or Slovakia. Prices are low (in comparison with Western Europe), tourist infrastructure is well-developed, and, most importantly, Tatra mountains are fantastic! Hiking trails there are the most scenic in this part of Europe.

You can stay in Zakopane which is Tatra mountains mountain resort, and visit also Krakow, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Sandomierz, Auschwitz concentration camp, etc. There are many great places to visit in Poland, especially in the South. :)

I wish you many happy travels!

60. Posted by G8tr_Bait (First Time Poster 1 posts) 1y Star this if you like it!

I would recommend checking out Albania. The people there are extremely nice and there is so much to see. Albania is full of natural beauty. It's like the hidden gem in the Balkans. Not many people seem to know about it either which is nice because it doesn't have that extreme touristy feel to it.