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Budapest 21:05 - Apr 14 with 540 viewsthis_charming_man

Anyone been? Where else is good for an adult only long weekend?

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Budapest on 21:19 - Apr 14 with 529 viewscocklebreath

Nope. Would highly recommend Vienna

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Budapest on 21:19 - Apr 14 by cocklebreath

Nope. Would highly recommend Vienna


I’ve heard Vienna is nice. I’m off to Palermo in September with mrs TCM but a friend of our has suggested 8 of us go away end of September for a child free break. They suggested Budapest. I’m off to krakow on Tuesday on BUSINESS for a couple of days. Meant to be very nice.
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Budapest on 21:43 - Apr 14 with 507 viewsOccasional_Showers

Go to Lisbon. It’s compact and easily walkable, beautiful architecture, good food and cheap, good quality air bnb accommodation and cheap, cheap flights and a short flight, and relatively off the tourist map compared to other Southern European cities. Porto is on my list for a visit at some point.
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Budapest on 21:51 - Apr 14 with 496 viewsthis_charming_man

Budapest on 21:43 - Apr 14 by Occasional_Showers

Go to Lisbon. It’s compact and easily walkable, beautiful architecture, good food and cheap, good quality air bnb accommodation and cheap, cheap flights and a short flight, and relatively off the tourist map compared to other Southern European cities. Porto is on my list for a visit at some point.


We’re talking about both Lisbon and Porto. Fancy them both.

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Budapest on 21:35 - Apr 14 by this_charming_man

I’ve heard Vienna is nice. I’m off to Palermo in September with mrs TCM but a friend of our has suggested 8 of us go away end of September for a child free break. They suggested Budapest. I’m off to krakow on Tuesday on BUSINESS for a couple of days. Meant to be very nice.
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As you know, I used to go to Budapest 1 week in every 6 for a few years. I can bore you with places when we catch up.

My to-do list includes Porto as my next short break away.

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Budapest on 21:53 - Apr 14 with 491 viewsBuggalugs

Budapest on 21:35 - Apr 14 by this_charming_man

I’ve heard Vienna is nice. I’m off to Palermo in September with mrs TCM but a friend of our has suggested 8 of us go away end of September for a child free break. They suggested Budapest. I’m off to krakow on Tuesday on BUSINESS for a couple of days. Meant to be very nice.
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Be interested to hear your thoughts on Krakow, as thinking of going there later in the year.

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Budapest on 21:57 - Apr 14 with 485 viewsOccasional_Showers

Budapest on 21:51 - Apr 14 by this_charming_man

We’re talking about both Lisbon and Porto. Fancy them both.


Do Porto then you can tell me what it’s like.
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Budapest on 22:08 - Apr 14 with 474 viewsthis_charming_man

Budapest on 21:53 - Apr 14 by Buggalugs

Be interested to hear your thoughts on Krakow, as thinking of going there later in the year.


I will let you know Thursday night pal, get back about 5pm. We are staying at the Vienna house andels in the city centre which was recommended.

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Budapest on 22:08 - Apr 14 with 472 viewsthis_charming_man

Budapest on 21:52 - Apr 14 by Gennaro_Contaldo

As you know, I used to go to Budapest 1 week in every 6 for a few years. I can bore you with places when we catch up.

My to-do list includes Porto as my next short break away.


I will pick your brains on our next London meet up pal

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Budapest on 07:12 - Apr 15 with 348 viewsBarnetSaint

Budapest has fantastic architecture and one of the most impressive cities in Europe.
Hiwever, i found the majority of people miserable and unfriendly.
As some others have said Lisbon is great, as is Kracow.
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Budapest on 07:35 - Apr 15 with 335 viewssaintwizzler

Budapest on 07:12 - Apr 15 by BarnetSaint

Budapest has fantastic architecture and one of the most impressive cities in Europe.
Hiwever, i found the majority of people miserable and unfriendly.
As some others have said Lisbon is great, as is Kracow.


I went there on a stag do about 12 years ago. The locals were indeed unfriendly and the place was very grey with an air of misery about it.
Good strip club though with some cracking bits of fluff.

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Budapest on 09:16 - Apr 15 with 284 viewssolent_toffee

Budapest on 21:35 - Apr 14 by this_charming_man

I’ve heard Vienna is nice. I’m off to Palermo in September with mrs TCM but a friend of our has suggested 8 of us go away end of September for a child free break. They suggested Budapest. I’m off to krakow on Tuesday on BUSINESS for a couple of days. Meant to be very nice.
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Warsaw is surprisingly very nice. Loads of history, bars, cheap beer and food. With the added bonus of little to no British tourists.

Would highly recommend it.
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Budapest on 09:22 - Apr 15 with 276 viewsthis_charming_man

Budapest on 09:16 - Apr 15 by solent_toffee

Warsaw is surprisingly very nice. Loads of history, bars, cheap beer and food. With the added bonus of little to no British tourists.

Would highly recommend it.


As few english tourists is always a welcome bonus. One of the things we loved about bologna was the lack of english there demanding LAGER and generally acting like coonts.

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Budapest on 10:17 - Apr 15 with 253 viewsTimSaint

Budapest on 22:08 - Apr 14 by this_charming_man

I will let you know Thursday night pal, get back about 5pm. We are staying at the Vienna house andels in the city centre which was recommended.


Krakow is great. Been there for a drinking weekend and also a long weekend with the missus. Lots of good restaurants, cheap beer, interesting bars and clubs, plus lots to see and do by day. Great Gothic architecture, fortress, cathedral, old town, boat trip etc. Went to Auschwitz - I found it really moving and interesting, but appreciate it isn't everyone's cup of tea. Reluctantly went to the Salt Mines and was pleasantly surprised.

As already stated on this thread, Warsaw is worth a look, as is Zakapane in the south, but you cannot fly there directly and may take a couple of hours to transfer.

You made it to Reykjavik yet ?

I really liked Riga but went there about 10 years ago.

Tallinn was really good too and if you want to tick another city/country, you can take the boat over to Helsinki.

I have a vets football tour in a small town to the east of Dortmund in July, which should be great, as been a few times before. Also have a twin city break in Czech Rep and Slovakia, but not booked the main hols yet.
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Budapest on 10:30 - Apr 16 with 177 viewsSFC_Fire

Krakow and Prague are top places

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Budapest on 11:20 - Apr 16 with 157 viewsthis_charming_man

Budapest on 10:17 - Apr 15 by TimSaint

Krakow is great. Been there for a drinking weekend and also a long weekend with the missus. Lots of good restaurants, cheap beer, interesting bars and clubs, plus lots to see and do by day. Great Gothic architecture, fortress, cathedral, old town, boat trip etc. Went to Auschwitz - I found it really moving and interesting, but appreciate it isn't everyone's cup of tea. Reluctantly went to the Salt Mines and was pleasantly surprised.

As already stated on this thread, Warsaw is worth a look, as is Zakapane in the south, but you cannot fly there directly and may take a couple of hours to transfer.

You made it to Reykjavik yet ?

I really liked Riga but went there about 10 years ago.

Tallinn was really good too and if you want to tick another city/country, you can take the boat over to Helsinki.

I have a vets football tour in a small town to the east of Dortmund in July, which should be great, as been a few times before. Also have a twin city break in Czech Rep and Slovakia, but not booked the main hols yet.
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Setting off for Krakow in an hour. Shame I’m not there next week Krakovia have a home game, would quite fancy that.

We’ve book Budapest for September, we are planning to do a holiday to Iceland next year staying in Reykavik. Also off to Palermo in September for the weekend,

I’ve just been offered a new job at my company which will involve a fair bit of European travel so will be spending Some time in Paris, Madrid, Lisbon, Stockholm, Oslo, Lisbon, Krakow, Helsinki, Copenhagen and Dublin moving forward, probably BUSINESS trips to each place every 3 months or so

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Budapest on 11:38 - Apr 16 with 147 viewsBaselSaint

Budapest on 21:43 - Apr 14 by Occasional_Showers

Go to Lisbon. It’s compact and easily walkable, beautiful architecture, good food and cheap, good quality air bnb accommodation and cheap, cheap flights and a short flight, and relatively off the tourist map compared to other Southern European cities. Porto is on my list for a visit at some point.


Porto is great - agreed

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