Am going to Europe for 6 weeks. >Any recommendations or personal expriences to share?

Am going to Europe for 6 weeks
>Any recommendations or personal expriences to share?
>Are the chicks easy over there?
>How much should I save
>Anything I should know before going?

  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Are the chicks easy over there
    They are certainly not as fat as in the us

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Based

      We need more info
      Where are you from? How old are you? What do you like? Where are you going?

      Im from New Zealand, im 24. I like exploring cities, architecture, hiking, sex. Me and a mate are flying into Frankfert and flying out of Milan via Singapore. That's all we have set in stone at the moment.

      >>Are the chicks easy over there?
      Can you consistently get laid back home and is your dating life rich? Otherwise I got bad news for you.

      Yes

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Frankfurt has some of the world's best brothels.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >yes
        German women will be easy, Italians not so much.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    We need more info
    Where are you from? How old are you? What do you like? Where are you going?

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >>Are the chicks easy over there?
    Can you consistently get laid back home and is your dating life rich? Otherwise I got bad news for you.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >>Any recommendations or personal expriences to share?
    I live in Europe and have visited many hundreds of places here on the subcontinent; I might have suggestions if could be more specific about where you’re going. I find most of Northern Europe (esp. Scandinavia) overpriced and not very interesting, Germany agreeably affordable but mostly dull, with forgettable food, the Mediterranean more relaxed and enjoyable, as well as being cheap (most things in Iberia or Italy or Greece or even southern France should be noticeably less expensive than NZ), etc. Some of the most-hyped, most touristed cities are actually still great (haters gonna freak out, but I unapologetically enjoy Paris, Barcelona, Florence, London, and others), many of the resort areas are indeed almost nothing but fake British pubs and drunken yobs and ugly modern condo complexes but can still be enjoyed with the right mindset. The Balkans are gritty and cheap and often a lot of fun. Coastal Croatia is intolerably overcrowded in the high season but still very beautiful. Etc.
    >Are the chicks easy over there?
    Varies a lot. Probably about as easy as Kiwi women on average, which is to say that some will sleep with you and some won’t. Some countries are noticeably more conservative (Catholic, rural Mediterranean, poorer Balkan countries, anywhere Muslim), some relatively uninhibited (Scandies, Netherlanders, about half of the Slavs).
    >How much should I save
    Hard to advise without an itinerary. South is cheaper than at home, Nordics probably more expensive, Switzerland definitely more expensive.
    >Anything I should know before going?
    Don’t be an asshole.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Hey bro, thanks for the reply, will definitely keep that in mind. Here’s a itinerary that I put together with my mate but we are also thinking of going to France as well, am open to advice on place I should/shouldn’t go. Only the flights have been booked so far

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Hmmm… I assume you are flying into Frankfurt? It’s really not a tourist city at all, no reason I can think of to visit. I guess a poster above speaks highly of their brothels? Not my scene, so beats me, but they probably have hookers in Dresden, too, which is more interesting than Frankfurt for a visitor.

        I also see a lot of Swiss cities; some posters here like to scream about the fact that Swiss cities are all trash and the only reason to visit this country (I live here) is to see the mountains and countryside. I think this take is almost psychotic in its overkill, but will say that Zürich isn’t very interesting for a tourist, while being startlingly expensive. Luzern is a bit nicer as a tourist town; if you go, be sure to take some boat trips on the enormous lake. Might be worth considering swapping Zürich for Bern (many posters here hate Bern, too, but I think its historic center is prettier than Zürich’s) and adding a side trip somewhere in the nearby mountains of the Bernese highlands. I like the whole region around Lake Thun. The town of Thun is really nice, and there are some interesting thousand-year-old churches in villages around the lake that can be reached by boat. Most Swiss hate Interlaken, but it does have relatively cheap tourist infrastructure for stuff like hiking and paragliding, and the geographical setting is pretty.

        I like Geneva myself, but almost none of my Swiss friends can stand it—it’s an extremely international city, almost a company town for the UN with a side of banks and watches. Most people recommend Lausanne instead.

        You probably already know that there is nothing at all in Liechtenstein; the whole country is like a minor Swiss suburb. Fine as a novelty visit if you’re passing through from/to Austria, but not worth more than a couple of hours.

        Lake Como is beautiful but Lago Maggiore is similar and a bit cheaper. Milan has its lovers and haters but I think it’s OK.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah we are flying into Frankfurt, brothels aren’t my scene either but might stay there 2 nights just to get rid of the jet lag. Definitely keen to see the Swiss countryside and mountains. Will check out Bern and Thun. Sounds like tourism in Switzerland is a pain due to it not being part of the EU? Thanks for the effort in the post, appreciate the recommendations. Should I carry cash or just bring my Debit Card? I think it’s exchange rates are pretty shit on the card though.

          don't come to finland

          Why?

          I'm 40 and when I went to Europe I noticed that single women around my age we're very eager to be talked to and completely lacked the entitlement and cunty attitudes American women have. Like they seemed grateful to be noticed at all. Do euro women have some expiration date where they become invisible after a certain age?

          I went to America when I was 18 with my Dad (so didn’t really have time to fuck around) and the one interaction with a woman I had was waiting for Starbucks toilets in some small Cali town and apparently I’d cut in line without noticing but instead of being polite she told me to fuck off lmao

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            > Sounds like tourism in Switzerland is a pain due to it not being part of the EU?
            It’s not difficult to travel in, and it’s still part of the Schengen area, so there are no border controls with the EU, it’s just really expensive and arguably offers not much you can’t get for cheaper from our neighbors. It’s also not a food destination compared with Italy or France, for what it’s worth, although the cheese and chocolate are both top-notch.

            Germans and Italians like to use cash, but plastic is fine almost everywhere in Switzerland. I rarely carry much cash when I travel in Europe.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Thanks for the reply, I’ve attached a more updated Itinerary that I went over today.

              If this guy goes to Lago Maggiore, I recommend visiting Arona and the islands. Then go to Lago Orta and go to Orta Island - well worth the money.

              Will check it out

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                It can be a day trip from Milan. Train to Arona takes around 1h from Centrale. Not sure how to get to Orta from there. Isla Bella is also worth checking out, but it's closer to Verbania.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/fQhxC6f.jpg

                That itinerary looks like it’s shaping up pretty nicely. You are obviously moving really fast in some spots; you’re probably going to find that exhausting and some might warn against it. But I’ve done speed runs and enjoyed them just fine—I have on many occasions taken tiny weekend trips to unfamiliar cities and spent not much more than one full day on the ground, without regrets. But I’m usually flying when I do this; if I had several hours on a train or bus at either end it might be less fun.

                I don’t know Ljubljana but have always had a good time in the ex-Yugo countries; most people seem to skip it in favor of Lake Bled, but I am personally a fan of weird small capitals so I don’t discourage you.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Thanks mate, do you think it’s moving a bit too fast? I do get tired quite easy and although I’m not a huge drinker I do want to have some nights out

                If you want fun, you cut down on the Dresden days and add more Prague or Budapest. Or both.
                Honestly if you like architecture, you should check if by accident there are any Istanbul or Rome Easyjet/Ryanair/wizzair tickets, cause it doesn't get better than Rome and Istanbul architecture. (Paris and London are cool, too, but the variety is nowhere near Istanbul.)

                [...]
                As a European woman who has also some American and Asian friends, having traveled a lot, and worked with lots of Americans, too: I think it's just in Europe we are less stressed in general, plus our healthcare access is better. I know my American friends are scared af from having sex, they are insanely worried that they catch something, or that they get pregnant or whatever. Meanwhile in Europe... We aren't taught to be afraid of condoms. For us using condoms is normal and they count as useful protection as long as they are used properly. And if the guy is an asshole and pinches the condom like you hear from some American horror stories? Again, we have healthcare access. No European lady is gonna become jobless and homeless just because something went wrong while they had sex with a tourist, or at least many many things have to go wrong. On the other hand in the US or in many countries in Asia it's extremely easy to mess up your whole life simply by having a one-night stand.
                I mean there are tons of other variables as well, and obviously sex trafficking is a thing everywhere, bla bla, but I think you get the gist of it. Life is just easier here, so obviously we'll be more ready to chat without any mind games.

                Thanks! Absolutely will look into Istanbul and Rome! Also very insightful reply to the other guy

                Stay the fuck out yankee cunt.

                >can’t read

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Thanks mate, do you think it’s moving a bit too fast? I do get tired quite easy and although I’m not a huge drinker I do want to have some nights out
                Not necessarily too fast, but the Venice-(Switzerland?) transit, as well as the Geneva-Rome jump afterward, are going to be nearly impossible unless you fly (or in the case of Venice-(Switzerland?), unless you're going somewhere in Ticino or somewhere else in the southern part of CH). Geneva to Rome is a full day (eight or nine hours minimum) by road or rail. The SBB (Swiss railways) have been advertising new overnight trains to Italy, and Italian high-speed rail is quite comfortable, but I don't know about connection options between those two points in particular. But Switzerland to Paris should be easy enough--the TGV Lyria high-speed train connects Zurich to Paris in not much more than four hours.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                If you want fun, you cut down on the Dresden days and add more Prague or Budapest. Or both.
                Honestly if you like architecture, you should check if by accident there are any Istanbul or Rome Easyjet/Ryanair/wizzair tickets, cause it doesn't get better than Rome and Istanbul architecture. (Paris and London are cool, too, but the variety is nowhere near Istanbul.)

                I'm 40 and when I went to Europe I noticed that single women around my age we're very eager to be talked to and completely lacked the entitlement and cunty attitudes American women have. Like they seemed grateful to be noticed at all. Do euro women have some expiration date where they become invisible after a certain age?

                As a European woman who has also some American and Asian friends, having traveled a lot, and worked with lots of Americans, too: I think it's just in Europe we are less stressed in general, plus our healthcare access is better. I know my American friends are scared af from having sex, they are insanely worried that they catch something, or that they get pregnant or whatever. Meanwhile in Europe... We aren't taught to be afraid of condoms. For us using condoms is normal and they count as useful protection as long as they are used properly. And if the guy is an asshole and pinches the condom like you hear from some American horror stories? Again, we have healthcare access. No European lady is gonna become jobless and homeless just because something went wrong while they had sex with a tourist, or at least many many things have to go wrong. On the other hand in the US or in many countries in Asia it's extremely easy to mess up your whole life simply by having a one-night stand.
                I mean there are tons of other variables as well, and obviously sex trafficking is a thing everywhere, bla bla, but I think you get the gist of it. Life is just easier here, so obviously we'll be more ready to chat without any mind games.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >get sick in Europe
                >wait in line for 8 months
                >die

                How's that free deathcare treating you?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What do you think of Zermatt? I know it's expensive, but I don't mind paying more for quality. I want to snowboard, drink beer and eat cheese and sausage. If I fly in and out of Geneva, are there any better options in Switzerland than Zermatt?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >What do you think of Zermatt? I know it's expensive, but I don't mind paying more for quality. I want to snowboard, drink beer and eat cheese and sausage.

            Zermatt has the iconic Matterhorn views and is generally pretty nice, but I never go there—I take my winter holidays in either Canton Bern (Grindelwald, or other Jungfrau region sites; Wengen is arguably even more picturesque than Zermatt) or Graubünden (Laax/Flims/Falera for me, although friends also like Arosa and Davos).

            >If I fly in and out of Geneva, are there any better options in Switzerland than Zermatt?

            Zermatt is actually pretty far from Geneva; there are several closer (and less expensive, and arguably as good or better) ski resorts in France, most famously probably Chamonix. The places I mention in Canton Bern are also not much farther away from Geneva than Zermatt is. But better is relative and totally subjective.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >Wengen
              How would I get to Wengen via train from Geneva?

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                No idea about that route in particular—I live on the opposite side of the country from Geneva. But there is a train station in Wengen (the town is car-free, so with the exception of some electric vehicle transfers, rail is the only way to get in), so there must be some combination of connections that will get you there. I recall that I went in via a connection in Lauterbrunnen. Check out sbb dot ch for general rail info.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                And whoops, no, I went in from Grindelwald, but I did also visit Lauterbrunnen on the same trip.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                No idea about that route in particular—I live on the opposite side of the country from Geneva. But there is a train station in Wengen (the town is car-free, so with the exception of some electric vehicle transfers, rail is the only way to get in), so there must be some combination of connections that will get you there. I recall that I went in via a connection in Lauterbrunnen. Check out sbb dot ch for general rail info.

                And whoops, no, I went in from Grindelwald, but I did also visit Lauterbrunnen on the same trip.

                …and I just looked it up. You’d probably go from Geneva to Interlaken Ost (2:45-3hrs, with as few as one change of trains), where you would transfer to the local cog rail/funicular to Grindelwald (34 minutes), from which you can get either another little cog rail that takes another ~40 minutes, or walk to a gondola that’s supposedly slightly faster. I took the funicular. I believe the same funicular line I took to Wengen terminates at Lauterbrunnen, which is a picture postcard tourist trap of an Alpine village.

                I haven’t been there in about four years now, but I did enjoy the Jungfrau area a lot when I last visited.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Zermatt is very nice but it's also far from Geneva. If you're arriving to Geneva I'd recommend Verbier instead. It's much closer, and it's also very nice.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I'm taking the train. It's 2 1/2 to verbier or 3 hours 40 minutes to Zermatt. Honestly, if Zermatt is better, I can handle an extra hour in the train. Any recommendations for Geneva? Food?

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Any recommendations for Geneva? Food?
                Geneva is good for fancy French-style cooking (albeit not quite as good as France, and at a bit of a Swiss premium), more down-home Italian and Portuguese food (for as little as 3X what it would cost in Italy or Portugal), and international cuisines--it's about as good as it gets in Switzerland for Asian restaurants, for example. L'Aparte is Michelin starred, modern French, and has really nice tasting menus for not much more than CHF100. The Paquis neighborhood is good for a wide range of cheap-and-cheerful ethnic places. The old city isn't that great for food--a lot of overpriced Swiss restaurants aimed mostly at tourists.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Thinking about your situation again, is there a specific reason you need or want to go through Geneva? If you're just coming for winter sports, Zurich is a bigger airport, and more central. It's still far from Zermatt (a little over three hours on the train), but it's much closer to Canton Bern mountain areas (something like an hour and a half from Grindelwald). I enjoy Geneva, but it's sort of remote from much of the rest of Switzerland.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          If this guy goes to Lago Maggiore, I recommend visiting Arona and the islands. Then go to Lago Orta and go to Orta Island - well worth the money.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        france is an absolute garbage shithole, avoid at all costs, full of Black folks anyway

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/aayPaDt.jpg

          >going anywhere near fr*nce
          huge mistake
          [...]
          > ski resorts in France
          they are ugly and overpriced as shit, go to austria for skiing instead
          >Chamonix
          ugly, overpriced,60% nonwhite and with a rampant crime issue
          >t.has been there

          Hello huemonkey, you finally got internet back in your favela?

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Another incel coomer thread

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    don't come to finland

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm 40 and when I went to Europe I noticed that single women around my age we're very eager to be talked to and completely lacked the entitlement and cunty attitudes American women have. Like they seemed grateful to be noticed at all. Do euro women have some expiration date where they become invisible after a certain age?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I'm a European and I've dated local women and American immigrants.
      American women are honestly fucked in the head, no offense. It's wild how entitled they are.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >going anywhere near fr*nce
      huge mistake

      >What do you think of Zermatt? I know it's expensive, but I don't mind paying more for quality. I want to snowboard, drink beer and eat cheese and sausage.

      Zermatt has the iconic Matterhorn views and is generally pretty nice, but I never go there—I take my winter holidays in either Canton Bern (Grindelwald, or other Jungfrau region sites; Wengen is arguably even more picturesque than Zermatt) or Graubünden (Laax/Flims/Falera for me, although friends also like Arosa and Davos).

      >If I fly in and out of Geneva, are there any better options in Switzerland than Zermatt?

      Zermatt is actually pretty far from Geneva; there are several closer (and less expensive, and arguably as good or better) ski resorts in France, most famously probably Chamonix. The places I mention in Canton Bern are also not much farther away from Geneva than Zermatt is. But better is relative and totally subjective.

      > ski resorts in France
      they are ugly and overpriced as shit, go to austria for skiing instead
      >Chamonix
      ugly, overpriced,60% nonwhite and with a rampant crime issue
      >t.has been there

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Stay the fuck out yankee cunt.

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