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Any recommendations of places or tourist attractions to visit overseas ?

Any nice places you have been to ?

Nutrichichi
1 month ago
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lornaae
lornaae1 month ago

How far are you looking and what type of holiday? For a city break I'd recommend Berlin, Prague and Barcelona! Not overly expensive and nice cities with plenty to do and see!

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Nutrichichi
Nutrichichi
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1 month ago

Not sure about budget etc. Great recommendations 🙂

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HannahSunderlan
HannahSunderlan1 month ago

Right now I'd say anywhere without coronovirus 🤣

My favourite trip I've ever been on was Kyiv - me and my husband went specifically to see chernobyl but we absolutely fell in love with the city whilst over there which we didn't except! Would love to go to Ukraine again some day I absolutely recommend.

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Lynibis
Lynibis1 month ago

I love the Greek islands and fancy myself very much to be the Meryl Streep character in Mama Mia!

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

I think it really depends on your budget, your interests and how far you want to go.

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KimEwbank
KimEwbank1 month ago

Budget few days away Hanover in Germany is beautiful, markets, sightseeing and views. More luxury would be Penang island just off Malaysia it’s expensive to get to but cheap as cheap when there.

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Johnny
Johnny1 month ago

If you fancy Penang, you can fly to the island from the UK with Qatar Airways, changing planes in Doha. It's one of the cheapest and fastest ways of getting there.

Penang Island may be bigger than you think. About 700.000 people live there, of which roughly 60% are Chinese, 30% are Malay, and 7% are Indian.

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Johnny
Johnny27 days ago

Johnny Actually, maybe give Penang Island a miss for a while. I'm on Penang Island today (Thursday 12th March) and the headline in this morning's Star newspaper is 'Penangites in panic mode due to first confirmed Covid-19 case on the island'

An engineer who works at a Motorola factory in Bayan Lapas (near the airport) has contracted the virus. Motorola have closed their facility. They say: “All our staff in Penang will work from home for the next two weeks and all necessary actions are being taken for them to return after that time. Additionally, all of our facilities are being sanitised".

Panic buying of loo paper has started...

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KimEwbank
KimEwbank24 days ago

Johnny that’s pretty much a big chunk of the world just now 😢

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Johnny
Johnny24 days ago

KimEwbank Yes. It's very quiet here. Few tourist arrivals, almost empty hotels, and quiet restaurants.

It's going to really hurt the island economy, and of course the drop in the oil price will also make things very difficult for Malaysia.

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greatdeals121
greatdeals1211 month ago

For me personally Spain as there is a lot to see

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chelseaturpin
chelseaturpin1 month ago

When your lloking for a holiday look on expedia and go ingocnito youll find some cheap deal depending on where your going and how long for.

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ShellyAnn
ShellyAnn27 days ago

I think with the virus and lockdown any tourist attraction will be good as no one will be there. I was in cheltenham on day one of the races, forgetting it was the races, and I've been to cheltenham on race week many, many times and there was not as many people as usual by a long way. Back on topic, Ireland and the rhine area of Germany come to mind. I enjoyed those places a lot and would go back.

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