Istanbul is very important place not only in Turkey but the world. Istanbul is some time the biggest and the most crowded city in Europe. Though the Islam is predominant here, it coexists in harmony with many other religions as well. For Roman Catholics there are several prominent churches here in various and other languages. And of course a visit here should certainly include a few non-religious sites, especially the Grand Bazaar or the spice market. And a boat ride on the Bosporus is the things that can be remembered for long more on this in detailed can be found on namasteturkey.
This will be my first time traveling to Europe. I wish to cover a lot of ground in 1-2 months but i’ll use 45 days as my working timeline. I’ve heard that you should concentrate on doing a few countries and cities but I’ve always pushed myself to the max in everything I do and this trip will be no exception.
My Daughter has amazing opportunity to visit Europe, starting from Amsterdam (Netherlands). We are worried how safe it is for a young woman to travel around Europe. She would like to visit other countries too, possibly by train (if deemed not safe enough then by plane).
Any advices or insights are welcome!
What is the best way to go between Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, and Budapest… and for the cheapest price!?
Apartment Luxor Busteni, Romania.
Located on the first floor of a blockhouse in Busteni, the Luxor apartment offers everything you may need for an intimate and relaxing stay.
The kitchen is equipped with a cupboard, a microwave, a toaster and all other necessary kitchen utensils. There are 2 bedrooms, both with a king bed and a wardrobe in one of them. In the center of the Luxor is a living room with a couch and an armchair.
The apartment is in a very spectacular place near the Hotel Silva and the 2 cable cars of Babele and Pestera.
Guests can use the facilities of the Hotel Silva.