Central Europe trip.

Central Europe trip. Planning going to Vienna/Bratislava/Graz/Maribor/Ljublana/Zagreb for a week in early September as a 31 yo solo male traveler. Any good tips for things to do there? Anything or any city I should avoid or go to instead? Oscure historic museums/sites would be interesting, please no "intro to WW2! museum. Also any good metal/rock bars/clubs in any of the cities? Will be flying in and out, traveling with public transport.

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  1. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Wow don't know brother almost like there isn't a huge search archive on the internet to look up these basic things then ask the board.
    Otherwise we'd just be planning your entire trip based on 1 shitty low effort OP
    I do think there are a few queer bars you'd like though

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thanks for your tip about gay bars, seems like you've been to quite a few.

      Personally, I'd set it up on Kayak as a multi city flight so I flew into Prague and out of Budapest. I'd stick to Prague, Vienna, Bratislava (1 night), and Budapest and just take the train. It would cut down on travel time. Bratislava is good for one day. I'd spend the rest of the trip in the better cities. Try to do Bratislava on a weekend. It gets crazy downtown.

      Already been to Budapest and Prague (4 times) so not so interested in it but could do other cities in those countries.

      >Planning going to Vienna/Bratislava/Graz/Maribor/Ljublana/Zagreb for a week
      Spend all week on a bus/train I guess

      Only like 1-3 hours a day it looks like. Vienna and Bratislava takes 1 hour for example.

  2. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Planning going to Vienna/Bratislava/Graz/Maribor/Ljublana/Zagreb for a week
    Spend all week on a bus/train I guess

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      yeah, this is a bit dumb. Vienna and Zagreb or basically any combination of 2 or 3 towns sounds doable, or more if they're closer or have high speed rail connections. There is barely any hsr between these places.

  3. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Personally, I'd set it up on Kayak as a multi city flight so I flew into Prague and out of Budapest. I'd stick to Prague, Vienna, Bratislava (1 night), and Budapest and just take the train. It would cut down on travel time. Bratislava is good for one day. I'd spend the rest of the trip in the better cities. Try to do Bratislava on a weekend. It gets crazy downtown.

  4. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm from Bratislava and I know a few cool rock bars. But your post was so shitty and condescending I'm not telling you.
    And yes I also know a lot about the military history of the area and Vienna City but since you're such a history buff it seems you'd already know the answers.

  5. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Maribor
    skip that shithole
    Instead spend a night more in Ljubljana and take a bus to Bled or Bohinj and return the same day.

  6. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're gonna visit Zagreb, Route 66 is a nice rock bar with good food and it has live music relatively often

  7. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    I enjoyed Vienna a lot. Bratislava was really boring. Consider changing it to Budapest of Prague.

  8. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Skip Maribor there's nothing to see there
    5 cities in 7 days is pushing it, if it was my first time I'd prefer at least 3 days for Vienna
    there is a nice rock/metal club at Metelkova in Ljubljana

  9. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you're at all into art the MOMA Zagreb is a must-see
    Absolutely massive and when I went it was nigh deserted
    Picrel

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      There were actually so few people in the museum that I got this entire photo-bait neon light room to myself
      And this was on Saturday at 1pm mind you

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      Worst museum in Zagreb, that is if you dislike degenerate art.

  10. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Not much to do in Zagreb. The old town is still in ruins after the earthquakes and a lot of museums are closed because of it. Could be a nice exhibition in the Klovićevi dvori gallery, worth checking out while viewing the upper town.

    Also if you're into the old world charm maybe visit the opera and the Lenucci horshoe for some neoclassical and secession arhitecture.

    Also getting a Kremšnita in the nearby town of Samobor is a classic getaway for Zagrebians but I doubt you'll be able to fit it into your schedule.

    Also picrel is Maksimir park, it's bear the city centre and worth a visit.

  11. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Graz and Maribor - Nothing interesring there. Vienna is pretty city but I would not stay longer than 1 day. Bratislava is also not much, max one day though rest of Slovakia is actually awesome. I would definitely advise you to go to Prague at lest for 2 days.

    • 7 months ago
      Anonymous

      POV: someone who doesn't care for arhitecture and history.

  12. 7 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why does it have to be obscure and what is the criterion for that? Can you name an example in a different place? Most of these places aren't world famous anyway except Vienna to a degree aren't world famous anyway so even the main sights there will be obscure relatively speaking.

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