• Traveling through Great Britain and Europe by train?

    Would I be allowed to travel to Great Britain by plane and travel to and through Europe by train? How would someone get away with that? What do I need to know?
    Would I be allowed to travel to Great Britain by plane and travel to and through Europe by train? How would someone get away with that? What do I need to know?
    8 answers · Other - Europe · 1 day ago
  • Am thinking about visiting Iceland for 5 days black guy....?

    a little nervous. am an educated black dude with an athletic build. I hear we are an endangered species there. I am going alone for my birthday to visit. how to Icelander receive blacks
    a little nervous. am an educated black dude with an athletic build. I hear we are an endangered species there. I am going alone for my birthday to visit. how to Icelander receive blacks
    5 answers · Denmark · 3 days ago
  • What are some tips for a female solo traveler around Europe?

    So for my 21st birthday I want to travel, my birthday is in the summer so I’ve been saving up money through the school year. I’m from a small town in Missouri and haven’t really traveled much let alone been out of the country. I have planned to visit London UK, Brussels Belgium, Prague CR, Paris France, Rome... show more
    So for my 21st birthday I want to travel, my birthday is in the summer so I’ve been saving up money through the school year. I’m from a small town in Missouri and haven’t really traveled much let alone been out of the country. I have planned to visit London UK, Brussels Belgium, Prague CR, Paris France, Rome Italy, Venice or Florence (haven’t decided) Italy, Valletta Malta, Amsterdam The Netherlands, Budapest Hungary and Athens Greece. I haven’t decided on any particular order but if you have any tips please do mention them! Also, I don’t need any tips on money I’ve been saving up for a while for this. Basically, I’m looking for more of what credentials do I need (passports, visas, etc), safety tips, and if you have any specific sights you think I have to experience :) and any other helpful information that you’d like to mention!! Thanks!
    5 answers · Other - Europe · 3 days ago
  • Tip's and tricks for backbacking across Europe.?

    I want to go backpacking across europe, Starting in Scottland, making our way towards London, then to Amsterdam, then towards Paris. I was wondering if anyone could help me out with tips, tricks, cost, best way to get the best bang for your buck. Hostel experiences, actual outdoor camping in tents. Anything and... show more
    I want to go backpacking across europe, Starting in Scottland, making our way towards London, then to Amsterdam, then towards Paris. I was wondering if anyone could help me out with tips, tricks, cost, best way to get the best bang for your buck. Hostel experiences, actual outdoor camping in tents. Anything and everything you know about backpacking would be grateful! From past experiences or from your future plans! Thank you in advance!
    9 answers · Other - Europe · 6 days ago
  • Polish culture to have 10 children in each family..happy large families...?

    Best answer: Western Europe can't be like this because they're over-empathetic and let in immigrants from all over and these people they feel sorry for ruin their countries slowly. Poland has a lower murder rate than US and than Canada and most of Western Europe. Poland is a very stable country because Poland sticks up... show more
    Best answer: Western Europe can't be like this because they're over-empathetic and let in immigrants from all over and these people they feel sorry for ruin their countries slowly. Poland has a lower murder rate than US and than Canada and most of Western Europe. Poland is a very stable country because Poland sticks up for Polish values and most of population is Polish so they have a sense of unity. When you let in so many immigrants from distant lands who barely know anything about the country, they become citizens who have no loyalty. Poland does not have divisions over stupid issues like LGBT, Racism and immigration.

    Western Europe will never be like this, they already ruined themselves by accepting so much crap from Africa and Muslim countries. If you look at documentaries there are people who preach terror in the West and get off on "freedom of speech". In Poland, Russia, Belarus or any Slavic or Eastern European country this type of crap is unacceptable and they don't care for your rights if you pose a threat to many people
    4 answers · Poland · 3 days ago
  • If I were to travel to poland and get polish citizenship, would I be considered polish?

    I've always wanted to travel to poland and I am part polish because of my dads side, and I plan to travel over there in the next 4 years and work towards getting a citizenship, but once I get a citizenship will I be considered polish? Or is it just only through blood line of what I am?
    I've always wanted to travel to poland and I am part polish because of my dads side, and I plan to travel over there in the next 4 years and work towards getting a citizenship, but once I get a citizenship will I be considered polish? Or is it just only through blood line of what I am?
    5 answers · Poland · 6 days ago
  • I need some advice on traveling since this will be my first time traveling by myself I’d like to get some tips to make sure I do the best.?

    Decision( I have been trying to learn greek to make a trip to Athens, but now for some reason I feel there’s something missing and I find that there’s more architectural attractions in Amsterdam. (Anne Frank’s museum, Begijnhof,the Waalseilandgracht and Just the colorful Dutch houses) Should I make a trip to... show more
    Decision( I have been trying to learn greek to make a trip to Athens, but now for some reason I feel there’s something missing and I find that there’s more architectural attractions in Amsterdam. (Anne Frank’s museum, Begijnhof,the Waalseilandgracht and Just the colorful Dutch houses) Should I make a trip to Amsterdam instead? Since there’s more diversity of colors in the architecture and nature?
    5 answers · Netherlands · 1 week ago
  • Does Portugal mean orange?

    Best answer: The origin of the name comes from "tranquil port", and in the British language it is just 'the port'.
    Best answer: The origin of the name comes from "tranquil port", and in the British language it is just 'the port'.
    6 answers · Portugal · 1 week ago
  • Is Europe safe to travel in for 2 Americans alone?

    We are going to Europe in 2018 to spend 16 days in 5 different countries. The U.S. Department of State website says to be cautious and alert in all the countries we will visit because of potential terrorist activity and other petty crimes. We are seasoned travelers with lots of experience going to various places.... show more
    We are going to Europe in 2018 to spend 16 days in 5 different countries. The U.S. Department of State website says to be cautious and alert in all the countries we will visit because of potential terrorist activity and other petty crimes. We are seasoned travelers with lots of experience going to various places. Will we be in any real danger while we are there or is it all just being blown out of proportion? Thanks.
    18 answers · Other - Europe · 2 weeks ago
  • Can a 16 with an American drivers license drive in europe?

    I am planning a trip in europe in the summer, I will be 16 and could potentially have my American license on the trip. Am I legally able to drive with my American license in Europe (specifically France and Germany) despite the fact that I am not the legal driving age in those countries?
    I am planning a trip in europe in the summer, I will be 16 and could potentially have my American license on the trip. Am I legally able to drive with my American license in Europe (specifically France and Germany) despite the fact that I am not the legal driving age in those countries?
    10 answers · Other - Europe · 2 weeks ago
  • What to do if I want to live in greece, athens? is it possible?

    Best answer: It's not impossible - but you would need a work visa (which requires high level skills, qualifications, experience, and an actual valid job offer - given the economic issues in Greece, this could prove a problem)
    Best answer: It's not impossible - but you would need a work visa (which requires high level skills, qualifications, experience, and an actual valid job offer - given the economic issues in Greece, this could prove a problem)
    9 answers · Greece · 2 weeks ago
  • Would i be able to buy cigs with another countries ID?

    Hi! Im from the netherlands, im 16, and if i go to belgium to buy cigarettes (the age is 16 there, not 18) would i be able to buy them with my dutch ID or will thet tell me the dutch limit is 18 so i cant?
    Hi! Im from the netherlands, im 16, and if i go to belgium to buy cigarettes (the age is 16 there, not 18) would i be able to buy them with my dutch ID or will thet tell me the dutch limit is 18 so i cant?
    6 answers · Netherlands · 2 weeks ago
  • Are Old Windmills like this still used on farms in the Netherlands?
  • Russian Visa - HELP Do I need to book my hotel and flight before ordering my visa?

    I am planning on visiting Moscow and I've been gathering information on the visa to Russia website because I am unsure on how it all works and as I have been looking at the form it asks for a hotel address. I have found the hotel that I am going to book, so do I just use that hotel address before actually... show more
    I am planning on visiting Moscow and I've been gathering information on the visa to Russia website because I am unsure on how it all works and as I have been looking at the form it asks for a hotel address. I have found the hotel that I am going to book, so do I just use that hotel address before actually booking the hotel, or do I need to book it first? If I go ahead and order my visa first and leave the hotel option blank and then book my hotel after I have received my visa, what will happen at the airport? Do I tell them that I now have a hotel and provide them with the address? Please help me out as I am very confused !
    7 answers · Russia · 2 weeks ago
  • Which women are more beautiful? Turkish or Armenian?

    I have never seen a Turkish woman but I have seen Armenian.
    I have never seen a Turkish woman but I have seen Armenian.
    4 answers · Turkey · 2 weeks ago
  • I want to move to Ukraine?

    Hey I want to move to Ukraine but here’s the thing... I’m black and it’s europe. I know there’s going to be racism but it’s also Ukraine and they have had skinheads and all that and I just want to know is it safe?
    Hey I want to move to Ukraine but here’s the thing... I’m black and it’s europe. I know there’s going to be racism but it’s also Ukraine and they have had skinheads and all that and I just want to know is it safe?
    5 answers · Other - Europe · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Spring Break in Europe shared at the same times as Spring Break in the US?

    Best answer: There are several breaks in spring, and not all are at the same time. All schools and most universities will have a few days closed at Easter, but that is the only common break over most of Europe. Many countries in Europe have spread holidays within their country, often even within a town if there are different... show more
    Best answer: There are several breaks in spring, and not all are at the same time.
    All schools and most universities will have a few days closed at Easter, but that is the only common break over most of Europe.

    Many countries in Europe have spread holidays within their country, often even within a town if there are different school systems like day schools verses boarding schools.

    So even if the US has one spring break, Europe has many. Whenever in the year, you will find European students with holidays, but that is because there are so many different systems and many with holidays spread.
    10 answers · Other - Europe · 2 weeks ago
  • WHY do people think Macedonians are Greek?

    Best answer: Because there are two Macedonias. One is the Republic of Macedonia, an independent country, which was part of the former Republic of Yugoslavia. The other is a province in Greece. So one is Greek, the other isn't.
    Best answer: Because there are two Macedonias. One is the Republic of Macedonia, an independent country, which was part of the former Republic of Yugoslavia. The other is a province in Greece. So one is Greek, the other isn't.
    4 answers · Other - Europe · 2 weeks ago