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Many people like to meet their friends in a cocktail bar before clubbing. You can find them all over Berlin by street vendors. According to legend it was invented by Turkish immigrants in West Berlin during the s. One of the best is at Mustafa, nearby Curry Berlin is famous for its long and decadent after hours, going on until Monday evening. Basta essere educati e corretti per non avere problemi.

Li potete trovare in tutta Berlino da venditori ambulanti. I Berlinesi amano bere cocktail. Molte persone amano incontrare i loro amici in un bar cocktail prima di andare in discoteca. These Express trains run to and from central Berlin Mitte every half hour from 5am The trains are big and comfortable and run a far quicker service.

Popular with backpackers so reservations are strongly recommended. There is no limit to transfers. Plenty of kebap, pizza and Indian fast food stores are everywhere around the city and offer good food at budget price. Remember to not waste plastic bottles! Ci sono due treni RB7 o RB14 ogni ora. I treni sono grandi, confortevoli e veloci. Prova un currywurst al Curry 36, un kebab da Mustafa e un ottimo hamburger da Burgermeister. Ricordati di riciclare le bottiglie di plastica! Festivals and events in Berlin. Il Fuckparade Hateparade era il nome delle prime edizioni ha iniziato come antiparade o manifestazione contro la Love Parade commercializzata.

Events in Germany. Check this page for a list of events in Germany. Oktoberfest Beer fest, folk fest Munchen, Germany. Wacken Open Air — Wacken. Das Fest — Karlsruhe. Nature One Festival — Kastellaun. For any other practical information, click here. Other german cities and destination:. Bremen — one of the most important cities in northern Germany, its old town is a slice of hanseatic history. Details of Dresdner Kulturpalast. Semperoper Theater. Christmas market in Dresden.

Allianz Arena Munich. Endless hiking and mountain biking. Passion Play village Oberammergau. Black Forest — a region with wide mountain peaks, panoramic views, it is a heaven for tourists and hikers. Harz — a low mountain range in the Central Uplands of Germany, famous for its historic silver mines and for the scenic towns of Quedlinburg, Goslar and Wernigerode.

Old World Europe alive and well! General budget tips about Spain:. Try it! Be careful with tapas bar, they might show low prices but what you get is only a small portion. Spanishs are great party animals and the spanish nightlife satisfies everyone. Start your long night by buying beer, alcool and soft drinks at the supermarket, then bring your bag and friends in an open space park, big square, river, seaside.

There is where everyone starts the night. Clubs will be empty before 1am. April and June and between late September-November are the best periods to visit the city. My favorite hostel is Hola Hostel , in Eixample area, close to Sagrada familia, supermarkets, shops and bars. Take an English-speaking tips-based Barcelona Free Tour with a local and knowledgeable guide. All can be seen from the outside for free.

Rent a bike or join a Biketour and get to see the highlights of the city in a different way. Check the list of free events in Barcelona! Connect Club Discount Card offers significant discounts and special privileges for nightclubs, bars, and restaurants. The golden rule of smart traveller applies well in Barcelona; to save money and get better food, look for places off the beaten tourist track and seek out cafes and restaurants often called cerveceria where the locals go.

A good idea is to avoid restaurants with touts outside; During the week, some smart restaurants offer lunch specials from 2PM to 4PM. Be aware that sometimes the menu is only in Spanish. Buying food at the beautiful boqueria famous city market at Rambla will be a perfect mix of sightseeing and grocery shopping. In several supermarkets you can find a great selection of ready-to-eat dishes.

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Never keep your wallet, cash or important documents in trouser pockets or in bag pockets: a money belt is an easy and inexpensive way to prevent being robbed. As always, be alert in crowded places, such as public transport, train and bus stations, La Rambla and Raval. More info about tourist scams. Mai tenere il portafoglio, denaro o documenti importanti nelle tasche dei pantaloni o in borsa con tasche, fare attenzione nei luoghi affollati, come i trasporti pubblici, treni e degli autobus, La Rambla e Raval.

Act like a local. Explore some of the side streets for an authentic, cheaper and more locale experience of Barcelona. Walk in Born , a very popular area in Ciutat Vella and Gracia. Barcelona is known also for its famed football team. At the Barceloneta beach, the city beach not only you can get tanned, swimm and relax, there are several gym tools available for free to keep yu fit during your travel.

Festivals and events. Barcellona ospita una serie di feste annuali, molti dei quali sono unici per la Catalogna e offrono uno spaccato nella sua cultura. Day trips. Escursioni giornaliere. Montserrat — Visita del monastero situato in alta montagna per vedere la Madonna Nera o escursione alla vetta per una fantastica vista sui dintorni. Madrid is the spanish capital and biggest city, it boasts some of the liveliest nightlife in Europe. Madrid has a very modernized and elaborate transportation network of buses and Metro the second biggest in Europe and 6th in the whole world.

Enjoy a complete tour of the city with the free walking tour they organize pub crawls tour too. Sundays 3 p. Drink tap water , is considered the best spanish drinkable water. Medieval walled city and former capital of Spain, by bus is something like 1 hour journey. It was the original model for the Civitas Dei City of God , the ideal urban community. This city has a lot of interesting places to visit like its university founded in which became famous as a centre of learning during the Renaissance. Sevilla has the 3rd lar gest old centre in Europe where you will find many tapas bars, restaurants, souvenir shops etc.

Sevilla Inn Backpackers has a wonderful location, very close to the cathedral. A chill-out terrace where you can enjoy sangria and paella organized by the hostel. What to eat? Easy answer: Tapas!!! For tight budget travellers my advise is to prepare your meals at the hostel. There are several city markets in different areas of the city, where you can buy veggies, fruits, meat and fresh fish. Best way to discover the city, as usual, is the free walking tour , starting every day at Fancy a bit of relax? Stroll, sunbathe, drink a beer, read a book, seat at the canal bank.

Fancy a bit of outdor activity? On the other side of the canal there is the Triana neighbourhood, a former gypsy area, where flamenco became famous and still now a days is played in many bars. On wednesday bar at calle huelva 27 and on Friday there are Couchsurfing meeting where you can find locals and travellers gathered to chat and drink a beer.

One of the best landmark in Sevilla is defenetly Plaza Espana, in a sunny day is a pearl of beauty. Carrera del Darro,a cobblestone street with a small river and old bridges. The district is also famous for its flamenco shows popular with tourists and the amazing views of the Alhambra. Granada Inn Backpackers is a very good hostel in the city centre.

Helpfull staff, nice rooms and good prices are garanteed. Drink tap water, probably the best in spain, coming from the nearest mountains of Sierra Nevada. This is a very nice place to spend any free time you have in the city on a sunny day. There are several city beaches, well organized and with many services bar restaurants, sport and outdoor activities, WC and first aid facilities.

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Valencia water is a very famous mixed alcholic drink, while orxata is a refreshing drink. Pension Universal is nearby Plaza de toros, clean and well kept, not for party people! NO paella that deserves this name contains sausage, ham or meat broth, for instance. If you want to eat an authentic Paella, try it at the Malvarrosa beach area, when possible, make reservations or arrive early no later than 2PM , especially on Sunday, because these restaurants fill up quite quickly on the weekend. Paella is typically eaten at mid-day between PM , so many restaurants do not serve it at dinner.

Be careful of those that do as this is not the custom here and the quality of the paella may be poor. The paella pan is of a size that almost all restaurants require a minimum of two servings for an order. Restaurants that allow ordering one order are likely serving frozen paella. Since the city offers public bicycle rentals at over locations around the city and growing. This service is called Valenbisi. They are mostly of a satirical nature, the fallas take a whole year of planning and construction to complete.

Each neighborhood has a falla. It is best to arrive by 16 March, as all of the fallas are required to be finished or they face disqualification. Another feature of Fallas is the fireworks. A festival that involves thousands of participants throwing ripe tomatoes at each other. Make sure you wear clothes that you can throw out after wards, as it gets very messy.

Despite being packed by tourists and travellers especially during summer the city is well organized, safe and nice to visit. Malaga is the birthplace of the famous painter and artist, Pablo Picasso. Museum and other attractions are related to him. Oasis Hostel is the house of all party animals gathered in Malaga! Centrally located, all bars and clubs are very close, not far from the beach. Several activities available to have fun and socialize with other travellers.

There is a nice and picturesque city market where you can buy veggies, fruits, meat and fresh fish. There are many bakery shops that offer special deals. Bratislava has one of the smallest historical centers in Eu but this means that the charm is more concentrated. The streets have been completely renovated over the last years, bringing life and charme back to this city.

Since then a multitude of cafes, bars, restaurants, fashion stores have opened. On warm days almost every cafe has an outdoor seating zone in the streets, giving the city a unique cozy feeling. Le strade sono state completamente rinnovate nel corso degli ultimi dieci anni, portando la nuova vita. Hostel Blues , Elena and Eliska are fantastic front desk staff, always smiling and willing to chat and help.

All the staff is kind and friendly. Location is perfect, few minutes walking to the city centre. Kitchen is big, tidy and well equipped with all you might need for cooking. Common room is warm and relaxing, best place to get to know other travellers, the hostel organize even a blues concert once a week. Very nice common room to meet fellow travellers, activities organized, a night a week there is even a blues concert!!!!!

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Taxi are expensive. Use the vending machines at the bus stop. Both services terminate at Wien Hauptbahnhof. Tickets are valid for both routes. Online ticket is much cheaper than ticket bought at station, if bought at least 3 days in advance; To Budapest there are six EC trains a day, departing from Budapest Keleti and Budapest Nyugati station. Entrance is free. At lunch time most of restaurants offer a daily menu, which is cheap and a good quality one. For an healthy fast food, try funky punky , nearby the centre at Nedbalova st.

They prepare tasty pancakes, menu is in slovak but the nice staff speak english and will be happy to help. Best traveller guide, for young and independent travellers is this one. Enjoy a city Free walking tour. Generally, Bratislava is a walking city. The center is very small and cozy and you can easily walk from one side to another in a few minutes. Consigli di budgeteurotips. I taxi sono costosi. Entrambi i servizi terminano in Wien Hauptbahnhof.

I biglietti sono validi per entrambi i percorsi. Stein beer is a local Bratislava brand, until very recently was brewed practically in the city centre. Slovaks drink a lot and like strong alcohol , you should try Slivovica , a fruit-plums brandy of high quality that is associated with Slovakia. Draft Kofola is better than the bottled version. Vinea is another genuine Slovak soft drink made from grapes. Bistro St. Good food and organic drinks available. Beautiful interiors. Great to chill-out. No smoking inside!

Are you into BIO and organic food? Than you should have a look at a beautiful restaurant, Mercado , on the Danube bank. Veggies lover? On saturday morning , at the beautiful building in Stara Trnica square, there is a vegetables and fruits market. Watch a local ice hockey match. Bratislava has a popular club, if you want to have fun as locals do, watch a hockey match!

Slovak are crazy about ice-hockey. Slovakia is among the best European countries in this sport. Bratislava has a popular club, HC Slovan Bratislava and locals are very proud of it. It is easily reachable by public transportation. The market — compared to the ones in Prague and Vienna — is smaller, but has a much friendlier, almost family-like atmosphere and feels much more traditional.

Slovak cuisine mostly involves smoked meat, cheese, potatoes and flour. Soups are quite common either as an appetizer or as a main dish. Another specialty in Bratislava and Slovakia is treska. It is a cold salad made of Codfish with mayonnaise and vegetables like onions and carrots. Hike in the Small Carpathians mountain range. Bratislava lies on the southeast slopes of these mountains. Hiking routes are well indicated. The entire country is covered with hundreds of miles of extremely well-marked hiking trails, that especially in the national parks lead though gorgeous landscapes.

Farms, vineyards, agricultural land, and tiny villages are situated less than 50 kilometres to the north and east of Bratislava. In a town not far from Bratislava, Stupava, every year in October, there is a cauliflower festival with folk music, food stands and drinks. Treska tastes very good with rolls. Ci sono tre micro-birrerie che offrono birra a Bratislava, mestiansky Pivovar, Richtar Jakub e Patronka. Bratislava dispone di una squadra, HC Slovan Bratislava, di cui gli abitanti sono molto orgogliosi.

Bratislava si trova sulle pendici sud-est di queste montagne. Percorsi escursionistici sono ben indicati. Le zuppe sono abbastanza comuni sia come antipasto ed alcune sostanziose, come piatto principale. Si tratta di una insalata fredda fatta di merluzzo con maionese. Ha un gusto molto particolare, da qualche parte tra acido e amaro — si dovrebbe provare! Getting Around. If you are more interested in local wines, follow the Little Carpathians Wine Route. It is a large and picturesque ruin set on a hilltop above the small village of Visnove. Take the train north from Bratislava to Nove Mesto nad Vahom 75 minutes , and then change to a small local train for the short journey west to Visnove 15 minutes.

It has some of the best wine in the Czech Republic and many great small cellars to visit. It is a cool place to swim or relax at the beach in the summer months. You can use the bus no. You may detour to visit a monument at the Austrian-Hungarian-Slovakian three country border.

Escursioni vicino Bratislava. Si tratta di una rovina grande e pittoresco su una collina sopra il piccolo villaggio di Visnove. Ha alcuni dei migliori vini della Repubblica Ceca e cantine di piccole dimensioni da visitare. Si tratta di un luogo fresco per nuotare o rilassarsi sulla spiaggia nei mesi estivi. The city centre is listed at UNESCO heritage site, for its beautiful mixture of gothic, renaissance, baroque and neoclassical buildings. In Vilnius was the European Capital of Culture. A few monuments remind t hat this country was once the largest nation in Europe , the Grand Duchy of Lithuania stretched out far into Russia, Poland and Moldova.

Lithuania has forests, hills, lakes and rivers to offer for nature lovers. Per gli amanti della natura la Lituania ha boschi, colline, laghi e fiumi da offrire. The other brands of beer include Kalnapilis, Tauras, and Utenos. There may be more than 50 different brands of beer in this small country. Beer is cheap. Try one of the bar snacks, which are very popular among Lithuanians. The most popular of these snacks consists of a bowl of pieces of garlic bread covered in cheese.

It is commonly made from all sorts of Lithuanian flora, from leaves and berries to some tree bark. However a visit may still be very rewarding. Drink carefully as most bars will politely ask you to leave if they notice that you appear drunk staggering, yelling, grabbing strangers. Falling asleep in bars is not tolerated.

If you break a glass, many places will expect to be repaid it. It is the national sport, and the nation is basketball mad, comparable to the British with football and New Zealand with rugby. Furthermore, an automatic Western smile is widely regarded as insincere. Lithuanians been oppressed by Russians for a while and they kept fighting to be independent. Lithuanians were first to declare independence from Soviet Union.

Local specialty are the cepelinai , which are potato-starch based zeppelin-shaped filled with meat, traditionally served with a sauce of sour cream, butter, and pork cracklings. If you are traveling to Lithuanian shore from the eastern part of Lithuania and you are passing through Karmelava you must try Cepelinai.

Come uno del posto. Gli altri marchi di birra includono Kalnapilis, Tauras e Utenos. Prova uno degli snack , sono molto popolari tra i lituani. Se si viaggia verso la parte orientale della Lituania e si passa attraverso Karmelava dovete provare cepelinai. Visit Trakaj. It is just few Km away from Vilnius.

By bus is easy to reach and perfect for a daily trip. Vilnius can easily be explored on foot. A single ticket for either bus or trolleybus costs 2. You may also catch a private bus, which costs 2. A van-taxi is faster than the bus and will cost 3 LTL at most. Ask the driver to stop when you are close to the destination. To learn about the city in an easy and enjoyable way, join the free walking tour. Visit and enjoy Uzupis District , an independent self-proclaimed republic occupied by artists, dreamers, squatters, and drunks.

Great to visit on April Fools day, when mock border guards stamp passports and the entire area erupts into a party. Tap water is suitable for drinking in many parts of Lithuania. Si trova a soli pochi chilometri di distanza da Vilnius. Famosa per il suo castello e la natura bellissima. Con un proprio Presidente, inno, bandiera, e costituzione. Getting to Vilnius.

Vilnius International Airport , is located 6 km south of city center. Autobus 1 goes from the airport to central railway station Stotis in Lithuanian. The bus ride to the center takes 15 minutes and buses depart from the airport every minutes. Tickets can be purchased from the driver for 3. Only one piece of hand luggage is allowed. You can take a train from the airport to the main train station for 2.

By taxi : as long as you always use the official taxis, this is a reliable and affordable form of ground transport. It is recommended that you book by phone once you have arrived rather than using the waiting taxis as they will charge a much higher fare LTL instead of LTL. Kaunas International Airport is the second busiest civil airport in Lithuania. There are scheduled minibus rides from Kaunas Airport to Vilnius Hotel Panorama near central railway station after each arriving flight. The same buses goes from Hotel Panorama for each outgoing flight as well.

Petersburg, and Warsaw, with further connections all over Europe. If booked in advance they have very good prices. Come arrivare a Vilnius. Autobus nr. I biglietti possono essere acquistati dal conducente a 3. Il viaggio in treno dura 7 minuti, ma i treni partono ogni 45 minuti circa. Ci sono corse minibus da Kaunas Airport a Vilnius Hotel Panorama vicino alla stazione ferroviaria centrale dopo ogni volo in arrivo.

Gli stessi bus vanno dal Panorama Hotel per ogni volo in partenza. Se prenotati in largo anticipo hanno ottime tariffe. Daily trip. Palanga is the place to be for a great day at the sea. Although it gets crowded in summer, it has some great beaches and beautiful sand dunes. Curonian Split separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea coast, you can find dunes there too.

Local potatoes pancakes…. More pictures about Vilnius and Trakaj. All these combined make Belgrade a must see destination. Visiting Belgrade you will enjoy:. Kalemegdan — Belgrade Fortress. Once important military fortification, it now serves as central park of Belgrade.

Accessible from the end of the Knez Mihailova street, it offers beautiful views, especially during sunset at the confluence of Sava and Danube rivers, and statue of Pobednik Winner , one of the symbols of Belgrade. Spend an afternoon at the Park and enjoy the sunset at one of the fortress lookouts. Skadarlija Skadarska street and Knez Mihailova Street. Pedestrian streets filled with restaurants and cafes, at Skadarlija you can feel the spirit of old Belgrade.

Gardosh is an urban neighborhood of Belgrade. On the hill and near by the river there is a large number of restaurants with local food. Visitando Belgrado si deve vedere:. Kalemegdan — la Fortezza , una volta importante fortificazione militare, ora serve come parco centrale di Belgrado. Accessibile dalla fine della via Knez Mihailova, offre una splendida vista, soprattutto durante il tramonto. Trascorri un pomeriggio al parco e goditi il tramonto in una delle vedette della fortezza.

Skadarlija le vie Skadarska e Ulica Knez Mihailova sono strade pedonali piene di ristoranti e bar, a Skadarlija la maggior parte ancora con lo spirito della vecchia Belgrado, musica e danze mentre si mangia. Belgrade is serviced by Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport. The trip is around 45 minutes. A more comfortable city bus option is the A1 minibus, going from the airport to Slavija Square in the city center, stopping at the Main Train Station.

The buses are comfortable and air-conditioned. Railways station is 15 minutes walk uphill to Republic Square. Trains go to Budapest: 8h, one daytime and one overnight train. Train to Sofia Bulgaria goes once a day, overnight price 20Euro but I suggest to buy a couchette ticket. Other options are available at wikitravel page. When buying a bus ticket, you will also receive a token to enter the platform area, for national travel. For international travel, you will be given a paper stub to present at the platform gate. Most coach drivers will charge you a fee for baggage, drivers rarely speak English or any other foreign language, ask a fellow passenger for assistance.

Gli autobus sono confortevoli e dotati di aria condizionata. La Stazione ferroviaria si trova a 15 minuti a piedi in discesa da Piazza della Repubblica. Visit Nikola Tesla Museum Krunska Dedicated to the man whom Serbs revere. Nikola Tesla made significant contributions to the development of electric engineering, pioneering alternative current, radio and AC motors, among other numerous inventions. There are English-speaking guides who are students from the Engineering Department of the University of Belgrade who can help you understand the sometimes-complicated science.

El Diablo hostel is a small apartment turned into a cozy hostel. Location is perfect, in Skandarljia, the bohemian zone, close to restaurants, markets, bars…check also balkans best hostel website! There is a list of very good and friendly hostels all around Balkan regions Serbia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Bosnia, Hungary… , discounts and gifts are available. Snacking and eating on the go in Belgrade is easy and cheap.

Local hamburger are called cevapcici , available in many parts of the city for a very cheap price. Bakeries pekara are everywhere and you will find a wide assortment of breads, sweet and savoury pastries, sandwiches and pizza on offer. Some are open 24 hours. Burek is a light snack and meal with drinkable yoghurt similar to kefir will give you an added healthy boost when walking about the city center. The Free Belgrade walking tour is everyday at Probably the best walking tour in Europe.

It will show you the city centre with many interesting, funny and historical details. A friendly shot of local rakia will make the tour even more interesting…. Inex Film ; a squat on the North side of the center, on the shore of the Danube, with weekly film screenings, art exhibitions, and DJ parties. Belgrade is reputed to have some of the best night life in Europe. Some are restaurants where you can eat with the extra feature of being on the river and enjoying the view and most are nightclubs.

You can literally club hop all night long. Many of them feature live bands. Belgrade has an extensive public transport network, covering almost all areas of the old city, however often this is not enough and public transport in Belgrade is usually crowded during rush hour. Daily transport starts at and ends at Night transportation is operated only by buses.

There are nine public minibus lines E1—E9. Minibuses are all air-conditioned, smaller and generally quicker than regular city buses. Taxis are cheap by European standards and plentiful, and you can either stop one in the street, or call a taxi company. It is always best if you order taxi by phone since your order will be saved in the operator database. If you believe that the driver is trying to rip you off, call the operator of that taxi association to check if the price is regular for the specified distance. Afraid of the inspection, they might call back the driver and bring him to reason.

Visita il Museo di Nikola Tesla Krunska Dedicato ad un uomo che i serbi venerano. Trascorri una serata in terrazza in uno dei ristoranti al distretto di Zemun, vicino al Danubio. Prova i gustosi cevapcici, versione locale di hamburger , sono ottimi ed economici. However is a nice experience! Hanging out? Try the pub Palupka. In the same street where this pub is located, there are other different bars and good people to socialize with. Summer is time for open-air music festivals.

In Gdynia, July. Day trip? Go to Hel! I went there by train, it is perfect for a day trip. Visit the quiet beach where there is a focarium, stands for souvenirs, the marina, the port and the city centre, I liked the cosy houses, very typical in nordic architecture. Do not miss the cathedral in Oliwa district, at short walking distance from the hostel, inside it has one of the biggest pipe organs in Poland and Europe.

It is located in a nice quiet park. Poznan was the first capital of Poland and seen by many as the birthplace of the Polish nation. Poznan can be reached via airplane, rail and bus from many european cities. Hitchhiking is very popoular in Poland, there are good chances to get a ride, as well as using blablacar. Good option is Polskibus it has good prices and connections among many polish destinations and some international: Prague, Bratislava….

If you want an hostel in very central location, brand new and clean, stay at Tey hostel. Wroclaw is one of the biggest polish city after Warsaw and Krakow , with a big student community, intense night-life and nice sightseeing to offer to tourists and travellers. Search for mleczny bar milk bar for a cheap and proper local tasty lunch some of them are: Bar Mewa, Bar Bazylia, Bar Mis , there are also nice canteen-style restaurants that offer buffet meals priced by weight one in fron t of the university entrance. In a central location and for a comfortable night, stay at the friendly Friends hostel.

John the Baptist. Best Film Festival in Poland. Ten days of films, concerts and exhibitions. End of July. Dialog Festival — International Theatre Festival. Known as Venice of the North because of its romantic charm and its lovely canals, because of its impressive architecture and more than 1, bridges. Travellers will find Amsterdam very interesting, good destination if you like culture and history, or serious partying and unordinary fun. I f you avoid the red light district, Amsterdam is an excellent relaxed and charming destination.

January and February are the coldest months, while July and August are the warmest months. However cycling in Amsterdam takes a significant amount of skill: the locals have been riding bikes from the moment they could walk and this informs their behavior… Amsterdam has one of the highest bicycle theft rates in the world.

Dutch will get fully dressed in orange for Queensday 30th of april and for any national team football match or big sport event. There are two stores, one has all the flavors you can think of and even make a flavor on demand, but you have to tell the owner 1 or 2 days in advance In winter he serves typical dutch food, like mashed potatoes with cabbage and sausage , the other is officially a bakery, but it mostly prepare famous whipped cream ice, lovely almond cookies and cakes.

A try is worth. The highest concentration of Surinamese restaurants can be found in the South, especially in the Albert Cuypstraat. Also check out bitterballen, a kind of fried meatball, and the kroketten the same, but shaped like a cylinder. Herring in Amsterdam is usually with served onions and pickles.

A good try is the fish stand on the Koningsplein near the Flower Market. They make very good beers. The list of most famous clubs you can find here. A Nieuwendijk si possono trovare i migliori gelati di Amsterdam.

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Prova anche il bitterballen, una sorta di polpetta fritta, e il kroketten lo stesso, ma ha forma di cilindro. Fanno birre molto buone. A Herengracht 90 troverete Arendsnest Proeflokaal, che serve una vasta collezione di birre olandesi. A trip takes 30 min and leads directly to the south-west of the centre of Amsterdam namely Museumplein and Leidseplein. Travelling with these trains you might save a night in hostel. Also getting around the city and sightseeing by bicycle is a smart decision, due to the big number of bike rental offices you can find.

However the best decision is to join the free walking tour , is the best way to discover the city, meet people, learn a bit of its history, monuments and most important habits and useful practical information. Avoid at all costs any steak house or fast food shop in the centre, they are tourist traps. Damstraat Is a fairly busy road filled with small and cheap Chinese and Middle Eastern restaurants, a good place for budget travelers. If you wanna some take away, there are many shops with Vlaamse frites freshly made thick fries with many various sauces — most typically served with mayonaisse or peanut sauce, for about 2,50 eur along the main shopping streets.

For food during the day, the Albert Heijn supermarkets usually have cheap ready-to-go meals on hand, from sandwiches and salads to microwavable single-serving meals. For budget meal, check out also the various Falafel and Shoarma restaurants around the Damstraat and Muntplein.

They usually include in the dish a large amount of salad. There are also many cheese shops along the most frequent shopping streets Kalverstraat, Flower market , so you can go there and try any kind of delicious Dutch cheese for free. A day in Amsterdam without spending a penny, cent, coin…. Worth a visit if only for its architecture. Additionally, there are several other festivals in Amsterdam, many of them free. Il viaggio dura 30 minuti e porta direttamente a sud-ovest del centro di Amsterdam vale a dire Museumplein e Leidseplein.

Viaggiare con questi treni si risparmia una notte in ostello. Inoltre, ci sono diversi altri festival ad Amsterdam, molti dei quali gratuiti. Events and festivals. You can buy one ticket that gives you entry to all participating gardens, and there is a special canal boat to take you from one location to another. Go to the open air theatre just by the fountain and let the entertainment do the work. From cabaret to drama to concerts to dance, there is something here for everyone and of all ages. Circus turns vintage, on an old-fashioned fairground with many different tents, the performers are each trying to attract their public, featuring spectacles of dance, theatre, magic, art, animation and music.

One of the biggest festivals in Amsterdam with parties, performances, workshops and a boat parade on the Prinsengracht on Saturday afternoon which is always well worth seeing. A free open-air classical music concert is held every year on a stage in the middle of the Prinsengracht canal. If you have a little boat, join the crowds and make sure to bring your rose wine or prosecco for full enjoyment. All free. The atmosphere is rough, industrial, experimental. A lot of loud music, fire, smoke, noise and heavy machinery are usually elements of these performances. Do as the locals do and hire a bike to go from one place to the other.

International documentary festival screening some documentary films and videos. Here other pictures:. Known for its precision engineering and high-tech products, it is admired by visitors for its charm and coziness. Germany will surprise you with its many regions and local diversity. Berlin is best known for its historical associations as the German capital, internationalism and tolerance, lively nightlife, its many cafes, clubs, and bars, street art, and numerous museums, palaces, and other sites of historic interest. Although badly damaged in the final years of World War II and broken apart during the Cold War, Berlin has reconstructed itself greatly, especially with the reunification push after the fall of the Berlin Wall in Is an an exciting way to enjoy your time in Germany.

Seeing Berlin by bicycle is a great way to have fun and sightseeing at same time. Berlin has no steep hills and offers many bicycle paths throughout the city. Many people like to meet their friends in a cocktail bar before clubbing. You can find them all over Berlin by street vendors. According to legend it was invented by Turkish immigrants in West Berlin during the s. One of the best is at Mustafa, nearby Curry Berlin is famous for its long and decadent after hours, going on until Monday evening.

Basta essere educati e corretti per non avere problemi. Li potete trovare in tutta Berlino da venditori ambulanti. I Berlinesi amano bere cocktail. Molte persone amano incontrare i loro amici in un bar cocktail prima di andare in discoteca. These Express trains run to and from central Berlin Mitte every half hour from 5am The trains are big and comfortable and run a far quicker service. Popular with backpackers so reservations are strongly recommended. There is no limit to transfers.

Plenty of kebap, pizza and Indian fast food stores are everywhere around the city and offer good food at budget price. Remember to not waste plastic bottles! Ci sono due treni RB7 o RB14 ogni ora. I treni sono grandi, confortevoli e veloci. Prova un currywurst al Curry 36, un kebab da Mustafa e un ottimo hamburger da Burgermeister.

Ricordati di riciclare le bottiglie di plastica! Festivals and events in Berlin. Il Fuckparade Hateparade era il nome delle prime edizioni ha iniziato come antiparade o manifestazione contro la Love Parade commercializzata.

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Events in Germany. Check this page for a list of events in Germany. Oktoberfest Beer fest, folk fest Munchen, Germany. Wacken Open Air — Wacken. Das Fest — Karlsruhe. Nature One Festival — Kastellaun. For any other practical information, click here. Other german cities and destination:. Bremen — one of the most important cities in northern Germany, its old town is a slice of hanseatic history. Details of Dresdner Kulturpalast.

Semperoper Theater. Christmas market in Dresden. Allianz Arena Munich. Endless hiking and mountain biking. Passion Play village Oberammergau. Black Forest — a region with wide mountain peaks, panoramic views, it is a heaven for tourists and hikers. Harz — a low mountain range in the Central Uplands of Germany, famous for its historic silver mines and for the scenic towns of Quedlinburg, Goslar and Wernigerode.

Old World Europe alive and well! General budget tips about Spain:. Try it! Be careful with tapas bar, they might show low prices but what you get is only a small portion. Spanishs are great party animals and the spanish nightlife satisfies everyone. Start your long night by buying beer, alcool and soft drinks at the supermarket, then bring your bag and friends in an open space park, big square, river, seaside.

There is where everyone starts the night. Clubs will be empty before 1am. April and June and between late September-November are the best periods to visit the city. My favorite hostel is Hola Hostel , in Eixample area, close to Sagrada familia, supermarkets, shops and bars. Take an English-speaking tips-based Barcelona Free Tour with a local and knowledgeable guide. All can be seen from the outside for free. Rent a bike or join a Biketour and get to see the highlights of the city in a different way.

Check the list of free events in Barcelona! Connect Club Discount Card offers significant discounts and special privileges for nightclubs, bars, and restaurants. The golden rule of smart traveller applies well in Barcelona; to save money and get better food, look for places off the beaten tourist track and seek out cafes and restaurants often called cerveceria where the locals go.

A good idea is to avoid restaurants with touts outside; During the week, some smart restaurants offer lunch specials from 2PM to 4PM. Be aware that sometimes the menu is only in Spanish. Buying food at the beautiful boqueria famous city market at Rambla will be a perfect mix of sightseeing and grocery shopping.

In several supermarkets you can find a great selection of ready-to-eat dishes. Never keep your wallet, cash or important documents in trouser pockets or in bag pockets: a money belt is an easy and inexpensive way to prevent being robbed. As always, be alert in crowded places, such as public transport, train and bus stations, La Rambla and Raval. More info about tourist scams.


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Mai tenere il portafoglio, denaro o documenti importanti nelle tasche dei pantaloni o in borsa con tasche, fare attenzione nei luoghi affollati, come i trasporti pubblici, treni e degli autobus, La Rambla e Raval. Act like a local. Explore some of the side streets for an authentic, cheaper and more locale experience of Barcelona. Walk in Born , a very popular area in Ciutat Vella and Gracia. Barcelona is known also for its famed football team.

At the Barceloneta beach, the city beach not only you can get tanned, swimm and relax, there are several gym tools available for free to keep yu fit during your travel. Festivals and events. Barcellona ospita una serie di feste annuali, molti dei quali sono unici per la Catalogna e offrono uno spaccato nella sua cultura. Day trips. Escursioni giornaliere. Montserrat — Visita del monastero situato in alta montagna per vedere la Madonna Nera o escursione alla vetta per una fantastica vista sui dintorni. Madrid is the spanish capital and biggest city, it boasts some of the liveliest nightlife in Europe.

Madrid has a very modernized and elaborate transportation network of buses and Metro the second biggest in Europe and 6th in the whole world. Enjoy a complete tour of the city with the free walking tour they organize pub crawls tour too. Sundays 3 p. Drink tap water , is considered the best spanish drinkable water.

Medieval walled city and former capital of Spain, by bus is something like 1 hour journey. It was the original model for the Civitas Dei City of God , the ideal urban community. This city has a lot of interesting places to visit like its university founded in which became famous as a centre of learning during the Renaissance. Sevilla has the 3rd lar gest old centre in Europe where you will find many tapas bars, restaurants, souvenir shops etc.

Sevilla Inn Backpackers has a wonderful location, very close to the cathedral. A chill-out terrace where you can enjoy sangria and paella organized by the hostel. What to eat? Easy answer: Tapas!!! For tight budget travellers my advise is to prepare your meals at the hostel. There are several city markets in different areas of the city, where you can buy veggies, fruits, meat and fresh fish. Best way to discover the city, as usual, is the free walking tour , starting every day at Fancy a bit of relax?

Stroll, sunbathe, drink a beer, read a book, seat at the canal bank. Fancy a bit of outdor activity? On the other side of the canal there is the Triana neighbourhood, a former gypsy area, where flamenco became famous and still now a days is played in many bars. On wednesday bar at calle huelva 27 and on Friday there are Couchsurfing meeting where you can find locals and travellers gathered to chat and drink a beer. One of the best landmark in Sevilla is defenetly Plaza Espana, in a sunny day is a pearl of beauty.

Carrera del Darro,a cobblestone street with a small river and old bridges. The district is also famous for its flamenco shows popular with tourists and the amazing views of the Alhambra. Granada Inn Backpackers is a very good hostel in the city centre. Helpfull staff, nice rooms and good prices are garanteed. Drink tap water, probably the best in spain, coming from the nearest mountains of Sierra Nevada. This is a very nice place to spend any free time you have in the city on a sunny day. There are several city beaches, well organized and with many services bar restaurants, sport and outdoor activities, WC and first aid facilities.

Valencia water is a very famous mixed alcholic drink, while orxata is a refreshing drink. Pension Universal is nearby Plaza de toros, clean and well kept, not for party people! NO paella that deserves this name contains sausage, ham or meat broth, for instance. If you want to eat an authentic Paella, try it at the Malvarrosa beach area, when possible, make reservations or arrive early no later than 2PM , especially on Sunday, because these restaurants fill up quite quickly on the weekend.

Paella is typically eaten at mid-day between PM , so many restaurants do not serve it at dinner. Be careful of those that do as this is not the custom here and the quality of the paella may be poor. The paella pan is of a size that almost all restaurants require a minimum of two servings for an order. Restaurants that allow ordering one order are likely serving frozen paella.

Since the city offers public bicycle rentals at over locations around the city and growing. This service is called Valenbisi. They are mostly of a satirical nature, the fallas take a whole year of planning and construction to complete. Each neighborhood has a falla. It is best to arrive by 16 March, as all of the fallas are required to be finished or they face disqualification. Another feature of Fallas is the fireworks. A festival that involves thousands of participants throwing ripe tomatoes at each other.

Make sure you wear clothes that you can throw out after wards, as it gets very messy. Despite being packed by tourists and travellers especially during summer the city is well organized, safe and nice to visit. Malaga is the birthplace of the famous painter and artist, Pablo Picasso. Museum and other attractions are related to him.

Oasis Hostel is the house of all party animals gathered in Malaga! Centrally located, all bars and clubs are very close, not far from the beach. Several activities available to have fun and socialize with other travellers. There is a nice and picturesque city market where you can buy veggies, fruits, meat and fresh fish. There are many bakery shops that offer special deals. Bratislava has one of the smallest historical centers in Eu but this means that the charm is more concentrated. The streets have been completely renovated over the last years, bringing life and charme back to this city.

Since then a multitude of cafes, bars, restaurants, fashion stores have opened. On warm days almost every cafe has an outdoor seating zone in the streets, giving the city a unique cozy feeling. Le strade sono state completamente rinnovate nel corso degli ultimi dieci anni, portando la nuova vita. Hostel Blues , Elena and Eliska are fantastic front desk staff, always smiling and willing to chat and help.

All the staff is kind and friendly. Location is perfect, few minutes walking to the city centre. Kitchen is big, tidy and well equipped with all you might need for cooking. Common room is warm and relaxing, best place to get to know other travellers, the hostel organize even a blues concert once a week.

Very nice common room to meet fellow travellers, activities organized, a night a week there is even a blues concert!!!!! This is the only and cheap option. Taxi are expensive. Use the vending machines at the bus stop. Both services terminate at Wien Hauptbahnhof. Tickets are valid for both routes. Online ticket is much cheaper than ticket bought at station, if bought at least 3 days in advance; To Budapest there are six EC trains a day, departing from Budapest Keleti and Budapest Nyugati station. Entrance is free.

At lunch time most of restaurants offer a daily menu, which is cheap and a good quality one. For an healthy fast food, try funky punky , nearby the centre at Nedbalova st. They prepare tasty pancakes, menu is in slovak but the nice staff speak english and will be happy to help. Best traveller guide, for young and independent travellers is this one. Enjoy a city Free walking tour.

Generally, Bratislava is a walking city. The center is very small and cozy and you can easily walk from one side to another in a few minutes. Consigli di budgeteurotips. I taxi sono costosi. Entrambi i servizi terminano in Wien Hauptbahnhof. I biglietti sono validi per entrambi i percorsi. Stein beer is a local Bratislava brand, until very recently was brewed practically in the city centre.

Slovaks drink a lot and like strong alcohol , you should try Slivovica , a fruit-plums brandy of high quality that is associated with Slovakia. Draft Kofola is better than the bottled version. Vinea is another genuine Slovak soft drink made from grapes. Bistro St. Good food and organic drinks available. Beautiful interiors. Great to chill-out. No smoking inside!

Are you into BIO and organic food? Than you should have a look at a beautiful restaurant, Mercado , on the Danube bank. Veggies lover? On saturday morning , at the beautiful building in Stara Trnica square, there is a vegetables and fruits market. Watch a local ice hockey match. Bratislava has a popular club, if you want to have fun as locals do, watch a hockey match! Slovak are crazy about ice-hockey.

Slovakia is among the best European countries in this sport. Bratislava has a popular club, HC Slovan Bratislava and locals are very proud of it. It is easily reachable by public transportation. The market — compared to the ones in Prague and Vienna — is smaller, but has a much friendlier, almost family-like atmosphere and feels much more traditional.

Slovak cuisine mostly involves smoked meat, cheese, potatoes and flour. Soups are quite common either as an appetizer or as a main dish. Another specialty in Bratislava and Slovakia is treska. It is a cold salad made of Codfish with mayonnaise and vegetables like onions and carrots. Hike in the Small Carpathians mountain range. Bratislava lies on the southeast slopes of these mountains. Hiking routes are well indicated.

The entire country is covered with hundreds of miles of extremely well-marked hiking trails, that especially in the national parks lead though gorgeous landscapes. Farms, vineyards, agricultural land, and tiny villages are situated less than 50 kilometres to the north and east of Bratislava. In a town not far from Bratislava, Stupava, every year in October, there is a cauliflower festival with folk music, food stands and drinks. Treska tastes very good with rolls. Ci sono tre micro-birrerie che offrono birra a Bratislava, mestiansky Pivovar, Richtar Jakub e Patronka.

Bratislava dispone di una squadra, HC Slovan Bratislava, di cui gli abitanti sono molto orgogliosi. Bratislava si trova sulle pendici sud-est di queste montagne. Percorsi escursionistici sono ben indicati. Le zuppe sono abbastanza comuni sia come antipasto ed alcune sostanziose, come piatto principale. Si tratta di una insalata fredda fatta di merluzzo con maionese. Ha un gusto molto particolare, da qualche parte tra acido e amaro — si dovrebbe provare! Getting Around. If you are more interested in local wines, follow the Little Carpathians Wine Route. It is a large and picturesque ruin set on a hilltop above the small village of Visnove.

Take the train north from Bratislava to Nove Mesto nad Vahom 75 minutes , and then change to a small local train for the short journey west to Visnove 15 minutes. It has some of the best wine in the Czech Republic and many great small cellars to visit. It is a cool place to swim or relax at the beach in the summer months. You can use the bus no. You may detour to visit a monument at the Austrian-Hungarian-Slovakian three country border. Escursioni vicino Bratislava. Si tratta di una rovina grande e pittoresco su una collina sopra il piccolo villaggio di Visnove.

Ha alcuni dei migliori vini della Repubblica Ceca e cantine di piccole dimensioni da visitare. Si tratta di un luogo fresco per nuotare o rilassarsi sulla spiaggia nei mesi estivi. The city centre is listed at UNESCO heritage site, for its beautiful mixture of gothic, renaissance, baroque and neoclassical buildings.

In Vilnius was the European Capital of Culture. A few monuments remind t hat this country was once the largest nation in Europe , the Grand Duchy of Lithuania stretched out far into Russia, Poland and Moldova. Lithuania has forests, hills, lakes and rivers to offer for nature lovers. Per gli amanti della natura la Lituania ha boschi, colline, laghi e fiumi da offrire.

The other brands of beer include Kalnapilis, Tauras, and Utenos. There may be more than 50 different brands of beer in this small country. Beer is cheap. Try one of the bar snacks, which are very popular among Lithuanians. The most popular of these snacks consists of a bowl of pieces of garlic bread covered in cheese. It is commonly made from all sorts of Lithuanian flora, from leaves and berries to some tree bark. However a visit may still be very rewarding.

Drink carefully as most bars will politely ask you to leave if they notice that you appear drunk staggering, yelling, grabbing strangers. Falling asleep in bars is not tolerated. If you break a glass, many places will expect to be repaid it. It is the national sport, and the nation is basketball mad, comparable to the British with football and New Zealand with rugby.

Furthermore, an automatic Western smile is widely regarded as insincere. Lithuanians been oppressed by Russians for a while and they kept fighting to be independent. Lithuanians were first to declare independence from Soviet Union. Local specialty are the cepelinai , which are potato-starch based zeppelin-shaped filled with meat, traditionally served with a sauce of sour cream, butter, and pork cracklings. If you are traveling to Lithuanian shore from the eastern part of Lithuania and you are passing through Karmelava you must try Cepelinai.

Come uno del posto. Gli altri marchi di birra includono Kalnapilis, Tauras e Utenos. Prova uno degli snack , sono molto popolari tra i lituani. Se si viaggia verso la parte orientale della Lituania e si passa attraverso Karmelava dovete provare cepelinai. Visit Trakaj. It is just few Km away from Vilnius. By bus is easy to reach and perfect for a daily trip. Vilnius can easily be explored on foot. A single ticket for either bus or trolleybus costs 2. You may also catch a private bus, which costs 2.

A van-taxi is faster than the bus and will cost 3 LTL at most. Ask the driver to stop when you are close to the destination. To learn about the city in an easy and enjoyable way, join the free walking tour. Visit and enjoy Uzupis District , an independent self-proclaimed republic occupied by artists, dreamers, squatters, and drunks. Great to visit on April Fools day, when mock border guards stamp passports and the entire area erupts into a party. Tap water is suitable for drinking in many parts of Lithuania. Si trova a soli pochi chilometri di distanza da Vilnius.

Famosa per il suo castello e la natura bellissima. Con un proprio Presidente, inno, bandiera, e costituzione. Getting to Vilnius. Vilnius International Airport , is located 6 km south of city center. Autobus 1 goes from the airport to central railway station Stotis in Lithuanian. The bus ride to the center takes 15 minutes and buses depart from the airport every minutes. Tickets can be purchased from the driver for 3. Only one piece of hand luggage is allowed. You can take a train from the airport to the main train station for 2. By taxi : as long as you always use the official taxis, this is a reliable and affordable form of ground transport.

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