Saturday, March 01, 2008

Germany, Ich Komme Zurück!

I am scheduled to fly back to Germany on the 10th of March for about 6 weeks. I will be staying in Frankfurt, like the last time. Weekdays will be hectic at work, but I ought to have the weekends to myself. Any suggestions on which cities or towns within the European mainland (within the Schengen Agreement member countries, preferably) are worth a visit?

I visited Paris (hated it, except for Jim Morrison’s grave) and Rome (loved everything about it) the last time I was in Europe, so those two are out. I’m thinking Amsterdam and Prague this time. What do you’ll say?

8 comments:

pulkit said...

Prague ( "praha" as they say) is extremely beautiful. Never gone there, but some of my european frnds always say that its like the "Tourism Capital" of Europe. definitely worth visiting!

Firefoxcub said...

amsterdamn yeahh man. smoke me some weed.
and prague.. well is kundera's accounts are anything to go by it's a beautiful city with deep history.

Mulling Over My Thoughts said...

absolutely no idea of which places might be worth a visit in europe but i reckon there should be a law forbidding "YOU" from amsterdam...no telling what you might end up accomplishing there!
though i bet it would make for an interesting post, your trip to the sex and drug capital of the world...(ummm, if you ever get back...or atleast regain enough conciousness to put up a post!)

Anonymous said...

Barcelona... no doubt

tandra said...

How about Bordeaux? Try some wine ;-) Or go to Venice! That'd be lovely too!

Saltwater Blues said...

But can you really see much of another city over a weekend? And travelling in Europe costs an arm and a bludy leg! I'd say going around Germany makes more sense. Thats what I did when I was in Switzerland.

SwB

RT .. hXc?LqD said...

venice and amsterdam shud be good .. and u will def.enjoy amsterdam's famous "red light district" :P

Fangs said...

if you're interested in WW2, take a tour of Normandy.
Or goto Auschwitz, though I dunno if you could on a Schengen.