I'm on a budget right now, but my girlfriend and me still want to go on a either a short city or beach vacation in July. Our budget is 150-200€ per person (including everything). We live in Germany and due to our central location, we can get to most of the touristic places in Europa for about 40-50€. Our stay should be around 3 and 7 days and we're open-minded to nearly everything.
Some destinations we've thought about are Barcelona, Rome, Venecia, Paris or some Greek islands, but feel free to suggest other places. We're interested... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
That's a damn small budget. Barcelona, Rome, Venice, Paris, greek islands are all out of the question as you need at least 50€ per day and person even on a wild camping budget to have not a total hobo tier trip.
Suggestions are: Go to the east: Poland (Gdansk, Warsaw etc) Black Sea Even Balkan should be doable. comfy on a 20-30€ budget per day needed including hostel and eating out.
>>1124593 Thank you for your fast reply. As I said, we maybe just want to stay for 3 or 4 days, not necessarily a whole week.
I was in Prague last month for four days and paid ~ 150€ overall. That's what I thought we could arrange also in another city. I think, when living at a cheap hostel and cooking on your own, we can get through the day for about 30€ per person, if necessary. But you're right, that would be very modest.
Thank you for the other suggestions. We're not that interested in Poland,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
These are your best bets (Tsarevo's pics are shite on wiki, google image it) as they are within your budget. You an do Varna and Burgas, Golden Sands, Albena, etc but your budget will stretch. I recommend Primorsko. Plus with day trips you can go in the expensive places, just not sleep there.
Let's see if this kind of thread gets some traction!
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>>1128154 Hey so... what i would recommend you is to get a small, cheap "boxy" camera bag that can also work as an insert for a larger pack.
I have a small Lowepro Event Messenger, and I use it as an insert in my 25L daypack, as having two bags is too cumbersome. Takes up about 1/3 of the available space, but the camera is well protected.
I am thinking of buying a Thule camera backpack. They have place for the tripod, and use an insert-based system so you can also use them as regular backpacks by removing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I ditched my lowepro (space for DSLR, lens, lots of small accessories) for a bag like the picture, but smaller. I think it's meant for a mirrorless or point and shoot. I spent literally hours in a japanese camera shop trying to get the smallest I could manage
It's a squeeze to even get the DSLR in there, and I use a carabiner attached with a little lens bag. So all I have is camera + kit lens, extra lens and maybe a spare battery or filter
It's not ideal but I couldn't deal with having a larger bag and trying to stuff it in with my main pack.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1128012 If your budget were big enough, I would say, the coast of Antarctica by ship. Icebergs and penguins. But if you are in the stage of life where important exams aren't medical, you probably can't afford it.
>tl;dr suddenly changing cultures, location, job, etc. while you're still young
So let me start off with my backstory. I'm 28, single, house, dog, good full time job. Things have been 95% the same for me the last 2-4 years. I realized that the way things are going I'm going to wake up tomorrow and be 40 and in relatively the same place.
I'm just beginning to toy around with the idea of a big change. I'm from the US and I'm talking about moving to a country with a decent to big culture shock. I wouldn't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>be in a german senpai near munchen >speak barely 5 words of german >one weekend we visit the grand parents in bavarian countryside >speak degenerate kraut dialect >at some point they all do the sign of cross >they all pray >grandma notices i'm just awkwardly sitting there waiting for it to be over >she says something in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi /trv/. So, I am going to work in France for 8 month, staring in october. I am choosing between cities: Lille, Rennes, Nantes and Marseille. Can somebody give me recommendations or opinions on listed cities?
well, all cities above are nice. Yes, Marseille may be scary, but that depend where you live in the city. Lille is very nice, also Nantes and Rennes. I'll go for Lille. I'm from a small town in the countryside of the northen France (60miles from Lille), and people are very friendly. Also, you are near Belgium :)
Hello /trv/. I am planning on traveling to South Korea in November (right after thanksgiving) for 10 days, and I need some protips on what touristy stuff is worth doing. I plan on visiting Seoul, Busan, the DMZ, and the coasts while I am there.
Additional information on how far Korail/KTX will get me around the country would be nice.
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Guys this July i will go alone in greece islands. I'm single and i want to relax and see a lot of girls and parties. Any suggestion where i should go (remember i'm alone)? what should i bring? My budget is 1000 (including the travel fee and hotels) i will be there for 6 days and i'm from italy.
A few friends and I are planning a trip to L.A. We live about 24 hours away and will stay there 3-4 days. What are some great places to see besides the obvious. Any really good scenic mountain trails outside the city to go to. Good restaurants? Any help would be greatly appreciated
Trails: Waterman mountain, Hermit falls, and the Grotto in Malibu are all nice and not too difficult.
Restaurants: Philippes, Wurstkuche, El Burrito Jr, Venice Ale House
Obligatory Warnings: LA is geographically huge, you need a car, everything is more expensive than you're used to, there is traffic, the sketchy area is roughly bounded by the 10, 405 and 605 freeways, the air is neither perfect nor nearly as bad as it used to be, and you will probably not see a celebrity in the wild.
South East Asia. Most likely Thailand, because that's where my network is already the strongest and I already speak a good bit of the language, but Malaysia, Singapore, and Philippines are options as well.
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