hi everyone! i have traveled through most of western europe and touched the central and some eastern... so im looking for something new since i am studying in germany and poland over the next 8 months. Any ideas? nature, water, hiking, party town, or just somewhere that is nice to see... im open to pretty much anything
i was thinking Istanbul, budapest, bratislava, some croatian parks, southern turkey are some places that i have in mind... thanks for the help!
One place I would love to see is Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia. I have never been there, but it looks stunning.
If you make it into the Czech Republic, a great day trip is out to the town of Kutna Hora to see the Sedlec Ossuary, which is a church decorated out of human bones.
If you have never been to see Ephesus in Turkey (not too far from Kusadasi), then take the opportunity and go to see the impressive ruined city that is steeped with so much history.
I have recently been to Turkey and would dare say it is so underrated. In Istanbul, it is like being in both Asia and Europe at same time. Istanbul, Ephesus/Kusadaci ,Pamukkale and Cappadocia top my list. Then you can hop over to the Greek islands for good measure. I am sure you will have enough by way of nature, hiking, party and fun covering both Turkey and Greece. Plus, both are very rich in history.
Good advice phantek. I will be going to Prague in Jan. for a few days and plan on taking a day-trip or two. I will be going to Cesky Krumlov & Kutna Hora! Glad to hear you recommend it!