Winter Trip

Hi, me and GF are planning a trip in February. We're based out of Paris and looking to spend 5 days somewhere interesting. We both love history. A few of my ideas are on the map, but I'm open to your suggestions. Where should we go?

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Vietnam

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sadly is too far away. Will save for another year.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        a week in portugal is the same price as a week in vietnam

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Perhaps, but the flight is $1000

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            and one meal for two is 5$, while in europe its 50

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Budapest is comfy in the winter

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Definitely on my list, but she's already seen it.

      >Porto
      Incredible city, wonderful food, and portugal is just /comfy/. Might be better to go in spring though?

      >Dubrovnik
      Insanely touristy, but being low season it might be the most reasonable time to visit it

      >Sofia
      Wonderful place. Will probably be ultra-cold but still worth it and very cheap. Don't miss Rila monastery

      >Vilnius
      I strongly suggest visiting in the summer/spring since one of the main attractives of the city is its parks and gardens. Otherwise great place, go see the rest of lithuania as well

      >Athens
      Sadly never been

      Overall I'd suggest Sofia if you're not afraid of the cold and want to spend as little as possible, otherwise Dubrovnik or Porto depending on your preferred aesthetic tastes (Porto for baroque / rococo / art nouveau, Dubrovnik for middle ages / renaissance)

      Oh and I forgot

      >Malta
      Good idea to visit in low season, skip the beaches entirely, go see La Valletta, Medina and Gozo if you can. If you like the mediterranean vibe Dubrovnik might still be the better option

      Thanks so much.

      Don't go to Europe bro. It's literally over. There is nothing here but sadness, no opportunity, and uppity people that will look down on you for the slightest perceived social transgression. They clutch to something called culture in liue of purchasing power and freedom.
      Grim place tbh

      Too late. I'm living here now.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Np, if you do decide where to go maybe I can give you some more specific suggestions

        For example, if you decide to go to Sofia, go eat at Raketa Rakia

        https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g294452-d5484891-Reviews-Raketa_Rakia_Bar-Sofia_Sofia_Region.html

        I love Dubrovnik, but February is not the time to visit. Everything fun to do there involves water, swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, cliff jumping, chillin on the beach, drinking on the cliffside bars.

        You should go to Thailand. That's the dry season and the best weather they get all year.

        >Everything fun to do there involves water
        Nah, Dubrovnik's old town is great year round, and the climate is pretty mild, you can go see the cathedral which has cool relics and shit (picrel)

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >We both love history.
    Completely irrelevant. Are you buttfrick loaded with cash? Because this cold weather is only good for winter resorts in Europe, and they're all expensive. Otherwise any random capital is chock-full of history.

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Porto
    Incredible city, wonderful food, and portugal is just /comfy/. Might be better to go in spring though?

    >Dubrovnik
    Insanely touristy, but being low season it might be the most reasonable time to visit it

    >Sofia
    Wonderful place. Will probably be ultra-cold but still worth it and very cheap. Don't miss Rila monastery

    >Vilnius
    I strongly suggest visiting in the summer/spring since one of the main attractives of the city is its parks and gardens. Otherwise great place, go see the rest of lithuania as well

    >Athens
    Sadly never been

    Overall I'd suggest Sofia if you're not afraid of the cold and want to spend as little as possible, otherwise Dubrovnik or Porto depending on your preferred aesthetic tastes (Porto for baroque / rococo / art nouveau, Dubrovnik for middle ages / renaissance)

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Oh and I forgot

      >Malta
      Good idea to visit in low season, skip the beaches entirely, go see La Valletta, Medina and Gozo if you can. If you like the mediterranean vibe Dubrovnik might still be the better option

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >mediterranean vibe

        There's really nothing Mediterranean about Malta except for its location.

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          I respectfully disagree. Valletta's old town is still based on the foundations laid out by the knights, and houses masterpieces of european art such as Caravaggio's paintings in Saint John's Cathedral. There's many visible southern Italian influences in the architecture, which are especially evident in Valletta's old town and in smaller historic towns (such as Mdina, pic related)

          There's also some very interesting archaeological sites, such as the Ġgantija ruins

          Even though the anglo did leave its pestilent touch on the islands, with places like Paceville and the various awful victorian era buildings being evidence of that, a lot of the place is still very nice

          I agree that going there during high season is just asking for a bad time though, it gets swarmed by horrible anglo, american and terroni tourists descending on the place like locusts

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            It's a Mediterranean country where the people are Catholic but act like and are nafris.

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't go to Europe bro. It's literally over. There is nothing here but sadness, no opportunity, and uppity people that will look down on you for the slightest perceived social transgression. They clutch to something called culture in liue of purchasing power and freedom.
    Grim place tbh

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    I love Dubrovnik, but February is not the time to visit. Everything fun to do there involves water, swimming, kayaking, snorkeling, cliff jumping, chillin on the beach, drinking on the cliffside bars.

    You should go to Thailand. That's the dry season and the best weather they get all year.

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