itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Poland? 
          	
          	Cheapest way to get around?
          	Cheapest streetfood to buy?
          	Cities you think are worth a visit?
          	Places to see?
          	Things to do?
          	Something else?
          	

itstilliswhatitis

@Cynamoncia Thanks love. I've been to Krakow. Beautiful town. ❤
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Cynamoncia

Get around city: probably tram (metro is only in capital city)
          	  Cheapest street food: I would say Zanks (it’s chain store literally everywhere u can find it) 
          	  Cities: Krakow, Wrocław, Łódź, Warszawa, Gdańsk and Hel on Polwysep Helski to get to know Polish ll WW history,  Trzęsacz
          	  Places to see: Palace of Culture and Science, Copernicus Science Centre , Łazienki park, Wieliczka, Morskie oko, Wawel Royal Castle, Izrael Poznański's Palace, Manufaktura, WW ll museum in Gdańsk, Pasaż Róży in Łódź  okay i will stop here
          	  Things to do: go and eat Pierogi, if u are lucky u may see Light move Festival in Łódź, go to the beach cuz they are truly beautiful, eat more polish food, go hiking in Karkonosze and see some lakes in warmińsko-mazurskie wojewodztwo
          	  Something else: I would recommend seeing some folklore villages/ open air museums (they may even bake bread there or some other traditional stuff) 
          	  
          	  Idk what to add more but I can always answer some more questions hahah 
          	  Hope I helped/gave you some ideas!
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itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Poland? 
          
          Cheapest way to get around?
          Cheapest streetfood to buy?
          Cities you think are worth a visit?
          Places to see?
          Things to do?
          Something else?
          

itstilliswhatitis

@Cynamoncia Thanks love. I've been to Krakow. Beautiful town. ❤
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Cynamoncia

Get around city: probably tram (metro is only in capital city)
            Cheapest street food: I would say Zanks (it’s chain store literally everywhere u can find it) 
            Cities: Krakow, Wrocław, Łódź, Warszawa, Gdańsk and Hel on Polwysep Helski to get to know Polish ll WW history,  Trzęsacz
            Places to see: Palace of Culture and Science, Copernicus Science Centre , Łazienki park, Wieliczka, Morskie oko, Wawel Royal Castle, Izrael Poznański's Palace, Manufaktura, WW ll museum in Gdańsk, Pasaż Róży in Łódź  okay i will stop here
            Things to do: go and eat Pierogi, if u are lucky u may see Light move Festival in Łódź, go to the beach cuz they are truly beautiful, eat more polish food, go hiking in Karkonosze and see some lakes in warmińsko-mazurskie wojewodztwo
            Something else: I would recommend seeing some folklore villages/ open air museums (they may even bake bread there or some other traditional stuff) 
            
            Idk what to add more but I can always answer some more questions hahah 
            Hope I helped/gave you some ideas!
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itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Austria? 
          
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itstilliswhatitis

Wait, Czechia! ❤❤❤
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LouIsHazsSunflower28

btw i dont mean this in a bad way just, found it funny how no one really visits my country❤️
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itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Luxenburgh? 
          
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Kartoffelsack2307

@ itstilliswhatitis im not from Luxembourg but I live basically next to the border
            -In Luxembourg City the public transport is free and gas is cheaper in comparison to the countries around it.
            -idk about the food
            -def go to Luxembourg city and there is a small place called 'Dickweiler'. It is not really anything special but I like the name.
            You can basically see every larger city in Luxembourg.
            And when you are already in this area you should visit the Eifel in Germany and go to Trier. 
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itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Germany? 
          
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Nelli0212

@itstilliswhatitis what all of them said, another pretty City is also Cologne and the area near my home called „Sauerland“ where people go for skying and hiking but it’s not as great as the big cities of course haha
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s1gnofthet1mes

1 cheapest way to get around: public transport
            2 McDonalds
            3. Berlin, The So called „Pott“ (Essen), Hamburg, Hannover
            4. nature, old buildings, the variety of culture throughout the country
            5. museums, shopping, hiking
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itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Greece? 
          
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itstilliswhatitis

@_Lil_Brattt Thanks love. Greek food is awesome. ❤
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_Lil_Brattt

@ itstilliswhatitis  hi! I'm from Greece :)
            1. It's with the bus [I would suggest u to get a weekly pass card so u can use all the busses free with indefinitely routes bcs its cheaper than buying tickets every time :)]
            2. I would say souvlaki or anything from bakeries
            3. Thessaloniki, Athens (if like museums it has more suggestions and a lot of historical stuff) Greek Islands (100% Crete!)
            4. Museums, galleries, cities sights, Parthenon 100%, white tower, markets 
            5. Eat Greek food! We have the best foods *my opinion*
            6. Nothing else comes to my mind now :')... 
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itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Portugal? 
          
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onlytherogue

@itstilliswhatitis  hii love!! Portuguese here. Cheapest way to go around is in the regional trains, I don't really know the cheapest street food to buy, cities worth a visit are definitely Sintra, Évora, Aveiro, Lisbon, Porto and so many others. There's a long list of things you can do such as visit the beautiful monuments, go wine tasting, explore sea caves, there's so many incredible beaches you can go to and also go in numerous hiking adventures.
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itstilliswhatitis

Do I have any followers from Italy? 
          
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itstilliswhatitis

@Ody_92  Thanks love. ❤
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Ody_92

@ itstilliswhatitis  Cheers from Italy 
            The cheapest ways to get around are maybe Flixbus or the Intercity trains.
            Cheapest street food to buy is "pizza al taglio" (basically pizza sold in slices).
            Cities to visit are: Venice, Rome, Florence, the whole region called Puglia (southern Italy).
            Things to do: eat , visit museums/churches/historic sites/etc.
            Was it helpful? I hope so 
            
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