the Colosseum is a must, that and the huge monument with the horse, forgot the name. Than i suggest a quick visit to vatican city, even if you see it from outside. other than that enjoy the food, that's the best part of rome
I'm from Rome and porchetta is nice, Carbonara (pasta) is better and Suppli (rice balls) also and Filetto di baccala (fried cod)! Best for porchetta is not Rome but little towns around like Frascati anyway i suggest you Er Buchetto small place close to piazza della Repubblica (there are 100s of different "Er Buchetto" restaurant in Rome cause that means the hole)
>>1059872 There is a couple ways of doing it, Isolated tenting areas is real tricky a lot of time. You spend as much time hunting for a spot as you do riding.
Campsites are almost worth the dollars just to know your not going to get fucked with or run off. Freecampsites.org is amazingly helpful too if you are in a spot well covered. couchsurfer is also super useful. Ive talked to locals and get invited to yard camp before but honestly slept like shit and was worried the whole time. Couchsurfing at least has reviews and what not.
Planning on getting a one way ticket to germany in april. Hoping to be as spontaneous as possible, couchsurfing, being a cheap ass, etc. I'm confused on where I find out customs info. I know I'm good for 90 days in the Schengen region, but I might want to go pretty east. Will re-entry into the Schengen region be difficult? Can I apply for visas while I'm already in europe? Where is this info? I just want to make all preparations to be as flexible as possible. The most important question though is how might I be denied at the border? Do I need a "rail pass"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059820 >I've never traveled before but don't want to fuck around if I'm going to spend the money to get there.
Then you should know that it's much cheaper to buy a return ticket than two one way tickets. Trying to be spontaneous is expensive. Have a look for yourself. Search for the cost of a one way ticket from, say, Munich or Paris to wherever it is you will be flying from a few days from now and compare that with the cost of a return ticket.
>>1060008 Can I apply for visas to places outside the Schengen region like Ireland or Ukraine? What if I go to Ireland and want to be able to come back into the region? Is that possible with the "90 day" rule or with a visa?
From my research it looks like one ways are the Way to go. I might only be saving a hundred bucks and would be sacrificing the flexibility.
Is there any good resource to check price changes for a route? What are they usually based off of? I feel like since gas is so low plane tickets... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I stopped by a while back asking for advice on where to go in South America. Tickets are now booked! I’ll be heading to Colombia for three weeks in January, I can’t wait. I am really excited about all the possibilities the country appears to offer from jungle in the south, to mountains, pacific coast and Caribbean beaches! Sorry for the guide book introduction, but I cant wait and it is the first time I’m heading further south west than Mexico (I am from Denmark btw).
What are some stops that should not be missed, what is the most awesome thing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'll be staying in Germany for a few days with my bf after attending Wacken Open Air. Where in Germany should we stay considering we've never been before and will only have 2 full days? No car so preferably somewhere close/ easily accessible by train from Hamburg (arriving/ leaving from Hamburg airport). We're interested in historical sites like castles, ruins, mountains/hiking/ cool nature views, and food. bonus points for non touristy explorable castle ruins/ old military bunkers. I've been looking into this but it's been difficult trying to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059694 Yeah its mostly dug up old houses from the hanseatic trade organizations. Gives you good insight in day to day life in that time. >no mountains You have to go further down south to see those. Maybe a day trip to saxony (especially Dresden) would be something for your consideration.
Have any of you made it into or tried joining the French Foreign Legion? I've given myself 6 months to train and git gud before I go to Paris and knock on their doors next July. I'm hoping to start my life from scratch because I'm sick of the third world shithole that I live in (India) and sick of the people around me and sick of the consumerist society in general. I understand that the training and the combat will be brutal but I'm craving for some action in life. All the adventure and the French overseas territories I'll get to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059572 Can you do 50 pushups 60 setups? Two miles in 12 minutes? 5 pull ups?
Why not your military? Why the Legion instead? Why do you want to join the Legion.
You need to want the Legion. You'll eat at a deficit for a month or so in their training and run about 5km every day. Most of the running with up to 40kg weight.
Also I hope you like cleaning (corvee) multiple times everyday and are willing to go to Africa or do jungle training, running nearly everyday there, and probably... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059563 After a while you're going to get tired of carrying more stuff than you'll really need to use. If you're staying in hostels just go full hippy and bring half to a quarter of that and wash it in the sink.
I'm getting a SUV soon that I'd like to use for extended travels, by myself. I plan to put down or take out all the rear seating and turn the back of it into a little camper area, with space for a small mattress or sleeping bag, window covers, some shelving, etc. What people do with vans, except in the limited space of a SUV.
Any recommendations on what I should try doing here? Recommended vehicles?
>>1059539 I've always had the idea of doing that with a proper 4x4. Set it up for proper offroading, throw a solar panel on top, a fridge, laptop charger and cooker in the back and then just drive off INNAWOODS and set up by some remote lake until my food runs out and I can't catch anymore then head back to work. Rinse and repeat.
>>1059539 I would suggest a late model ford exclusion or Chevy Tahoe and extended bed where it is either flat or the hardware that hold the rear seats can relative easily be unbolted. You might also want to think of a used cargo van, yeah creepy as fuck but cheap, easy to repair, and incredibly versatile to make the interior fit your needs (rape) or otherwise
I am going to Cuba for Christmas vacation (1 week). I was wondering how much it will cost daily and if there is anything I should know about traveling there ? Should I contact my government and let them know ? Do I need shots ? It's my first time leaving the country I'm a travel noob.
If it's a resort there's usually not much left to pay for most of them have food included. It's activities and that can be anything just take US prices as references you might get off a lot cheaper but yea. Keep a healthy reserve anyway.
>Should I be worried about spiders or anything ? Not really, just the usual stuff: don't drink from a fountain use bottled water for everything and the other thing are mosquitoes just bring a repellent... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1059529 possible yes if you have a maestro/visa/mastercard card but not in a single transaction and most likely not not in a single day as there're limitations on daily withdrawals abroad from your card, from your bank and most countries have a daily limit per foreign card.
I just agreed to travel to Peru next summer as part of an international program through my University. I was curious to any thoughts ya'll had, whether you have been to the area or not.
Details: 4 wks working with rural citizens near Cusco After that I plan to stay another two weeks in Cusco and Lima and stay in hostels. Never been outside the U.S. 25 y/o white male Thinking I should visit Machu Piccu. Lost otherwise.
I'm from Lima and there's a lot of stuff to do in Lima, at least. Be sure to visit Barranco, it's beautiful and really has a "hipster" vibe to it. Miraflores and San Isidro are wealthier districts where you'll most likely avoid getting mugged and could easily lose yourself walking around the city without being too scared.
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