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  • Ireland (North & South)

    2 4.76%
  • Britain

    7 16.67%
  • Scandinavia & Finland

    4 9.52%
  • Benelux

    3 7.14%
  • Germany

    1 2.38%
  • Northern France

    7 16.67%
  • Southern France (from Bordeaux and Lyon southward)

    13 30.95%
  • The Alps (Switzerland, West Austria...)

    6 14.29%
  • Central Europe (East Austria, Czechia, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia)

    5 11.90%
  • Northern Italy (Torino, Milano, Genoa, Venezia...)

    7 16.67%
  • Central Italy (Firenze, Pisa, Roma, Assisi, Perugia...)

    9 21.43%
  • Southern Italy (Napoli, Palermo, Siracusa...) & Malta

    5 11.90%
  • Northern Spain (Galicia, Asturias, Basque land...)

    8 19.05%
  • Southern & Central Spain

    4 9.52%
  • Portugal

    3 7.14%
  • Greece, Cyprus & Turkey

    8 19.05%
  • The Balkans (Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Albania...)

    7 16.67%
  • Poland & the Baltic (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia)

    4 9.52%
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    It's an old thread but that doesn't mean people can't still vote. It's the holiday season now, so the mood is right. Please let us know what is your favourite region for travelling in Europe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Marple's nephew View Post
    Without a doubt: France and Germany
    It is 7 years on since I offered this reply. There is a doubt, and my choice is now Central Europe.
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    I have to go with Crete in Greece.

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    Central Europe

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    Out of the places I have been to in Europe, I'd have to say the French/Italian Riviera and the Italian Alps (Cervinia/Livigno).

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    Being Polish, I recommend Poland. It is a largely undiscovered gem in Europe, brimming with history, beautiful cities and pristine nature. I recommend Southern Poland the most, as you can easily access the Tatra mountains and the beautiful cities in the regions of Malopolska, Podkarpackie, and Slask.

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    All central Europe is ideal for sightseeing (if you mean architecture)

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    Why not Catalonia, and East Spain?

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    Have never been to Catalonia but my friends who visited Barcelona say that it's infested with petty thieves. You have to carry your bags or backpack in front of you or you risk to lose your money There was even news program saying that robbers on local beaches turned into a nightmare for tourists. Policemen even delivered some clothes for tourists on the beaches whose clothes was stolen. it is beyond my comprehension

    It may sound unexpected but this autumn my choice is Chukotka It's not wise to go to Chukotka just to walk around Anadyr. A couple of days will be enough to fully explore the city. I recommend that you spend the rest of your time studying Chukotka. The region has lately been focusing on tourism in its development, and in my opinion, it turns out to be quite good. In summer, during the navigation you can get to some coastal villages by a small boat on the Anadyr River. However, from my point of view, the most optimal means of transportation is a helicopter.

    Flights from the airport of Anadyr are performed quite often to all, even the most remote areas where only indigenous people live. Do not try to get there by yourself. It is better to order a tour, the rest will be done by the tour operator. We took through https://www.russiadiscovery.com/regions/chukotka/ The cost of stay in Chukotka was within 3000-4000 dollars. For two people for 2 weeks is quite a reasonable price. I'd like to go there in winter. They say you can ride in the tundra on a winter sled, which will certainly deliver a lot of positive emotions, I suppose.
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