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I would like to visit Italy and I have a few questions: 1) What areas would you consider unmissable? I'm already thinking about visiting Rome, Milan, Naples and Pompeii. 2) What is a good amount of time to spend in each city? 3) Is it much of a hassle to get into the Vatican? 4) Is it worth going to Venice if I have no gf and will be travelling alone? 5) Is there anything else I should be aware of?
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Hey /trv/, Im gonna be going home on leave soon and I had a few questions that maybe yall can help me with. I recently got into smoking and vaping and im going home where my parents dont know I smoke, and Ill be using their car while im there so I wanted to bring my vape so their car doesnt smell like smoke everytime I use it. so tldr: >can I bring my vape through customs in my carry on luggage onto a plane? >can I bring cigarettes >can I bring a magnet that goes into the airvent of a car to place your phone on for road trips

Japan General

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New Japan General, Cosplay Edition As always, feel free to ask about: >Traveling to Japan >Living in Japan >Teaching in Japan >Joining the Yakuza >Getting your weeb fantasies crushed *Info on prostitution* >http://rockitreports.com/category/sex-in-tokyo/ >http://erolin.net/ *Note about the JR Pass* Many people ask about whether or not the JR Rail Pass is worth it. It depends on your itinerary. >http://www.hyperdia.com/en/ Plug your itinerary into Hyperdia to determine ticket costs, then compare to the below JR Pass options: >7 day Pass: 29,110¥ >14 day Pass: 46,390¥ >21 day Pass: 59,350¥ Please check the /trv/ sticky before asking questions. It's filled with links to great resources, many of them specific to Japan travel. Please refer to the old thread while it's still up: >>1170001

Bruges

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Hey /trv/, first time on this board! Has anyone got information on the city of Bruges? I'm heading there for 3 days on a work business trip. Any places there that are must-see? How about the nightlife, what's it like? Aside from the film "In Bruges", I know very little about the place desu
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So I'm in Riga with my girlfriend and we're curious as to what you guys would recommend to do here. I've personally never been here before so I'm at a loss

South Korea

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So ive been wanting to go to South Korea for about 6 months and i have the money now. I found a hotel and i found an airline and everything. Im just scared to pull the trigger and actually book everything and still go when the time comes. So im a 19 year old male and i would be going alone to Seoul. I think i would have fun but im worried that if i bought the ticket now i might not really want to go when the time comes. I think i would still want to go but im getting cold feet about the whole thing. I think it would be a great life experience to travel alone in such a far away land. Im from California so it would be quite the adventure for me. Do you guys have any input? Should i just book everything and go? I should mention that my moms friend is from there and said she might be able to get some family that is my age to show me around so i wont be alone the entire time. But that would probably only be for a day. Im good at being alone though. Im just not sure if i will get around easy without speaking korean. Any input is greatly appreciated

20days in Chacago

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My employer will be sending me out of California to our new site in Chicago for 20days to train new hires. Everything is paid for, even food and gas. This will be my first time flying out of California and into another state. I work 4day/10hour shifts which leaves me with Thursday-Saturday off. What are the must sees and must to do? All I know are of a giant bean, deep dish pizza and a Chicago style hot dog. I am 28 and don't feel like getting fired. And what should I stay away from. Thanks!

Awesome french cities

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Hey, I want to live in a french city next year (probably from January to March/May or thereabouts), so I'm looking for suggestions. I'll have a passive income of about €1000, and from what I've seen on AirBnB you can rent a room for about €400 in a lot of places, leaving me €600 to eat/travel around. I speak french, though not great, so my idea is to practice while there. Can't afford Paris, but I wouldn't mind being an hour or two from it so I can make occasional day or weekend trips. Things I'm interested in: >culture and history. I've read tons about french history, from middle ages to WWII, so a place with historical importance and interesting sites would be nice. >nature. Somewhere I can bike or hike, not really a fan of the beach. >social side: I'm not really into clubbing, more into mellow pubs and nice cafes. I'm 28 so college crowd is not my thing, but expat crowds are always fun. >sailing: if it's a place with sailing going on, I'd love to get back on a boat. Some of my ideas so far: >Grenoble At the foot of the Alps, extremely comfy for the winter, close to great cities like Annecy and Chambery. >Metz The heart of Alsace-Lorraine, lots of history, historic battles, great nature (Vosges?), close to Germany/Belgium for cool short trips. >Rouen Normandy is awesome, all the WWII stuff, great area full of picturesque towns. >Tours From what I've read, it's one of the best-preserved cities, with buildings thousands of years old. All the cool castles are in that area. >Reims The cathedral, where all the french kings were crowned, awesome stuff. Champagne area is a plus. Downside is I've read it was bombed to hell and back in WWII, so the city's been reconstructed in art-deco style, might be a bit of an eyesore, don't know. >Somewhere in Provence, not sure where, maybe Aix-en-Provence? Hoping to get some suggestions from you guys! Also, I'm looking on Airbnb and leboncoin for short-term rentals (one to three months), any other place I could look in?

Is there a city better than San Francisco, California?

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I intend to buy a house in SF after I graduate from doctoral school for pure Mathematics. Big money I'm gonna get after striking it big in revenue from a massive website I'm going to make. But I was thinking. Is there a better city than SF? You know, mostly cool weather, with especially rainy winters and gray autumns? Can't beat that gloomy gray feel. I've considered Reno, NV, and New York, New York. Post cities like this.

Colorado

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My friends and I are planning to move from North Port Florida to Colorado Springs. I've done a decent amount of research, but I'd like to know other peoples educated opinions. I'm open to move almost anywhere, but Colorado Springs seems to be one of the best places as far as quality of life and also cost of living. Anything anyone has to say would help me out
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Hi guys, I can't find decent information online so I'm coming to you for help. I have a Russian partner and we're looking to live abroad for a year. Where can she go on a working visa?
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Sup /trv/ I´ve recently decided that I want my next trip to be a hike. I love being in nature with as few as possible people, just to get some much needed alone time. I found some really interesting trails, unfortunately most of those are for advanced hikers. I´m in good shape and have some travel experience, but I can´t really call myself advanced. So I´m thinking about doing a 2 week hike in scotland. 1. Do you have some suggestions for routes? 2. I´ve only got time in January or April. Is it manageable in these months? Thanks in advance

Travel to Athens/Istanbul in December

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heyas /trv/ me and the lady are considering traveling to Athens & Istanbul for a week in December. Anyone know how 'safe' it is to actually travel to these cities, presently. GF is a bit of a worry-wort about safety there... any help is greatly appreciated. oh, traveling from New Orleans.
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Fuck this Place! The food is shit, the people are retarded, and the weather is depressing. I need to get the fuck out as fast as possible.
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How much would I need for this trip? Black lines are flights White lines are Backpacking through Grey lines are boats
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What is there to do in Quebec (the province) besides visit Montreal and Quebec City? I'm looking for general recommendations for places (cities?) to visit during winter that don't involve winter sports and might be culturally or historically significant.
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Wanting to go to Asia for the first time, I'll have about a week. I'm looking into Hong Kong as a coworker traveled there and raved about it. What do you guys think, any other cities to consider? Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City? Budgets around ~$3000 CAD, will be traveling light with a 35L backpack only.
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Had a trip planned to Thailand in March and I think I will just plan to go somewhere else due to the death of the King (not to mention Ive already been there a few times). So my Question is where should I visit? I want somewhere that will feel like an adventure. I have 14 days and my top places are >Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan >India >Mongolia >Indonesia >Iran >Vietnam >Egypt >Jordan >Myanmar I mostly just enjoy experiencing other cultures, as well as having a sense of "adventure" about the trip. My biggest concern with Iran is the fact that Americans must have a tour guide with them so that will make the trip a bit more organized than I would prefer, although anywhere in the world is a possible option. Where would /trv/ pick?
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Hey /trv/ Northern Irish here heading over to Krakow for 8 days at the end of November. Aside from the obvious things like the salt mines, Castles, Various churches and Auschwitz. Can you recommend places/Things to see and do in Krakow? We were thinking of heading down to Zakopane for a few days to check it out but have heard its pretty shit in November weather wise. Is this true? Thanks!

LONG LIVE THE KING

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King Bhumibol finally passes away. RIP. How will this affect travellers currently in Thailand? To what extent is public mourning going to affect things out there? Farang would be well advised to keep their mouths firmly shut and show respect at all times during this unprecedented time.






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