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10 years ago, December 14th 2008 No: 1 Msg: #57490  
My two friends and I are going to Europe, but we cannot seem to narrow down the places we want to see. We have decided that we will each pick a city we want, and then one last one that we can agree on. Rome and Munich top the list, and I was looking for any other input on a good place for three 20 year old men to have a good time and see some sights. We are pretty open about the last 2 cities on the list. Thanks. Reply to this

10 years ago, December 15th 2008 No: 2 Msg: #57497  
B Posts: 83
Barcelona or Madrid would be a good option, plus you can get cheap flights from either to Rome or Munich

Paris is a must for anyone that has never been Reply to this

10 years ago, December 15th 2008 No: 3 Msg: #57563  
Hello John 😊

You could spend a day in Venice, on your way between Rome and Munich.

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10 years ago, December 16th 2008 No: 4 Msg: #57616  
I really enjoyed Budapest - definitely a young person's city, and there are bound to be cheap flights to/from Germany and Italy.

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10 years ago, December 16th 2008 No: 5 Msg: #57707  
From what I have seen travelling in Europe, I liked Vienna, Rome, Budapest and Paris. These are some beautiful cities. But I haven't seen all the cities from Europe.

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10 years ago, December 16th 2008 No: 6 Msg: #57729  
N Posts: 8
One of my friend (21yr) suggest me to see Bruxelle cause he says in Europe this is the city where he have more fun in all his eurotrip. Many other people suggest me Prague for the architecture and open minded people who live here. Munich was an excellent choice to.

Have a nice trip!! Reply to this

10 years ago, December 17th 2008 No: 7 Msg: #57760  
munich sucks methinks.. very snobby.
I would advise you to go to Barcelona, Berlin, Prague and Vienna. In that order. Great things to see during the daytime, great clubs at night (berlin having overtaken London as europe's party central). The most beautiful women in europe, great food in all countries and the beer is good as well.

been to venice once and it was disappointing.. been to paris several times and it wasn't too much fun although I really enjoyed just walking through the city.. lived in brussels for 9 years, it's exciting for a weekend but there isn't that much to do...

all personal opinions of course 😊

oh yeah.. how could I forget amsterdam? Great fun if you want to go out clubbing and experience coffee shops and a red light district first hand.
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10 years ago, December 17th 2008 No: 8 Msg: #57827  
Ciao John If you are looking to visit you may ask me soem questions I live there, I've also done a Travel Blog for Rome
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10 years ago, January 13th 2009 No: 9 Msg: #60045  
it´s depend of what you like maybe because i´m young i like ibiza, i like to party :P so....
sure if you want that it would be a good idea to go here mmmm

and maybe Paris...Paris it´s a classic
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10 years ago, January 18th 2009 No: 10 Msg: #60603  
B Posts: 74
Cities I would recommend are:
Amsterdam, London, Paris, Barcelona, Berlin and Prague.

Other cities worth visiting depend on the season. For instance Madrid is nice, not spectacular like Barcelona in my opinion, but mainly: it desert! And desert means it's hot and unpleasant in the summer.
Munich is nice... during Oktoberfest (assuming you like beer and loud music) and in the winter (good skiing resorts nearby) but for the rest of the year it's just that... nice. Not good, not bad (though indeed a bit snobby).
Vienna is another city, absolutely gorgeous, especially if you're interested in art/old buildings. Most people can only praise Vienna. Personally I cannot. I've been treated horribly there on one of my visits (Everybody started yelling at me in German after I politely asked for information), and have heard many similar stories from other friends. Of course, I might just have had bad luck, but I wouldn't say Vienna symbolizes friendliness. Reply to this

10 years ago, February 4th 2009 No: 11 Msg: #62223  
B Posts: 9
.) Paris
.) Vienna
.) Budapest
.) Venice

Enjoy! Reply to this

10 years ago, February 8th 2009 No: 12 Msg: #62570  
N Posts: 5
First time i hit Europe i made it a point to hit Paris. The city is just vibrant at all times of the day/night.
Rome was my other favorite, so much culture, history and sights packed into one city. Reply to this

10 years ago, February 9th 2009 No: 13 Msg: #62608  
Don't know if it's too late...but if you go anywhere near Germany, you should take a bus or train ride (pretty cheap) to Copenhagen! It's a really neat place and you can see almost everything in a day if you rush. Or you could spend up to a week here if you want to take it easy, but you can for sure do it in about 2 to 3 days. I'm studying abroad here and it's so nice 😊 Everyone speaks English so that will help you if you aren't fluent in Danish. Things are a bit pricey here, but the hostels are nice, cheap, and well located near the city center. It's got really good nightlife too, as this is a really young city, full of university students. If you want more info let me know.... But this is a great place to go that won't be full of tourists/disappointing tourist attractions. Plus, how cool would it be to say you went to Denmark? Reply to this

10 years ago, February 12th 2009 No: 14 Msg: #62918  
Paris is the classic city,one must not miss it along with the other cities like Amsterdam,London,Vienna and Budapest Reply to this

10 years ago, February 13th 2009 No: 15 Msg: #63046  
For sights:
Paris, Madrid, Rome, Prague

For a "good time":
Berlin, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris - and if I could add a fifth - I'd second Adrienne's suggestion on Copenhagen. Reply to this

10 years ago, February 17th 2009 No: 16 Msg: #63323  
If you have an interest for ancient history no city has ever struck me as much as Rome, you get the impression you are walking through a gigantic museum.
Madrid and Barcelona are the perfect places to combine fun, and going out with cultural interests.
Amsterdam is also a great city, i thionk everyone knows what to expect there.
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10 years ago, February 23rd 2009 No: 17 Msg: #63840  
My favourite cities in Europe:
Spain: Barcelona, Seville
Italy: Milan, Bologna
Others: Prag (Czech Republic), Budapest (Hungary), Vienna (Austria)
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10 years ago, February 24th 2009 No: 18 Msg: #63935  
Prague is under four countries. Reply to this

10 years ago, February 24th 2009 No: 19 Msg: #63971  
B Posts: 9
My favorites: Berlin, Prague, Budapest and Venice

For you - Berlin and Prague probably, although with Munich and Rome, Berlin and Venice might be better since Prague is a bit out of the way.

I am surprised to see so many people recommending Madrid and Vienna. I was underwhelmed with both of them. Barcelona I almost forgot about though, depends on the season but it was pretty awesome. Reply to this

10 years ago, February 24th 2009 No: 20 Msg: #63974  
My favs: Amsterdam, Budapest, London and Prague. But I also enjoyed Strasbourg a lot Reply to this

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