[a / b / c / d / e / f / g / gif / h / hr / k / m / o / p / r / s / t / u / v / vg / vr / w / wg] [i / ic] [r9k / s4s / vip / qa] [cm / hm / lgbt / y] [3 / aco / adv / an / asp / bant / biz / cgl / ck / co / diy / fa / fit / gd / hc / his / int / jp / lit / mlp / mu / n / news / out / po / pol / qst / sci / soc / sp / tg / toy / trv / tv / vp / wsg / wsr / x] [Settings] [Search] [Home]
Settings Home
/trv/ - Travel

4chan Pass users can bypass this verification. [Learn More] [Login]
  • Please read the Rules and FAQ before posting.
  • Maximum file size allowed is 8192 KB.
  • Images greater than 10000x10000 pixels are not allowed.

05/04/17New trial board added: /bant/ - International/Random
10/04/16New board for 4chan Pass users: /vip/ - Very Important Posts
06/20/16New 4chan Banner Contest with a chance to win a 4chan Pass! See the contest page for details.
[Hide] [Show All]

Now accepting credit card payment for 4chan Pass purchases and renewals. Click here for details.

[Catalog] [Archive]

File: download.jpg (15 KB, 260x194)
15 KB
Lately there's been a lot of shitty Vegas threads. I've created one thread to rule them all. Please direct all other Vegas posts to this thread.

ITT we discuss the best hotels to stay at, and the best things to do in Vegas.
154 replies and 23 images omitted. Click here to view.
File: 20190216_232903.jpg (156 KB, 709x1260)
156 KB
156 KB JPG
Outside area of On The Record
File: 20190216_223936.jpg (498 KB, 2240x1260)
498 KB
498 KB JPG
We didn't eat here but it looks legit. Korean BBQ place inside of Park MGM.
I about had to slap my wife when we stayed at the mirage

>romance kit, what's that?
>goes to pull it out of the mini bar
>label on mini bar clearly stated anything removed will be billed to our room

She almost wasted $45 on 3 condoms and some lube
>wearing condoms
What the hell, anon? We haven't used condoms since our wedding
I sure the fuck wasn't going to wear them. She "just wanted to see what it was".

File: world.png (41 KB, 1425x625)
41 KB
I have a little game of sorts for you /trv/
Each colour on this map has a colour, and each colour represents a certain number of points.
>dark green - 1
>light green - 2
>yellow - 3
>orange 4
>red 5
For every country you have been too (not counting lay overs or your home country) add up the points.
lets see who has the most /trv/ points.
16 replies omitted. Click here to view.
1 Germany
1 Greece
2 Canada
2 Netherlands
2 Ukraine
2 Poland
3 Georgia
4 Montenegro
4 Albania
4 Armenia
4 Azerbaijan
4 Kazakhstan
4 Kyrgyzstan

Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
1 Austria
1 Germany
1 UK
1 France
1 Spain
1 Russia
1 Italy
1 Greece
1 Turkey

2 Netherlands
2 Poland
2 Croatia
2 Denmark

Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
4 points :)
I dont see Bermuda on there
>never left Europe
I revoke your RealTraveller (tm) status

guys any ideas on what to do in london? I'll be there in march for 4 days and want to do some stuff which isnt stereotype touristic thing to do?

idk, some extraordinary places to go etc or where you can get some local experience feeling

thank you :^)
My all-time favourite place in London is Camden town. Very funky area, big markets that sell all kinds of interesting and diverse stuff. Also a great variety of delicious food.
>which isnt stereotype touristic thing to do?

Go to Tower Hamlets and have some fun with the locals.
File: ewtre3t3erf.png (360 KB, 452x300)
360 KB
360 KB PNG
the post office railway and museum is great fun. not as costly as some of the other places
Most of the museums are for free in london
The British Museum will blow your mind. It'll take a few full days to see it properly.

File: la.gif (26 KB, 425x500)
26 KB
Which latin american countries can i stretch my dollar the furthest? Really just looking to post up somewhere for a month. I enjoyed santo domingo and mexico city if that's of any importance. Good nightlife are definitely a plus
32 replies omitted. Click here to view.
Depends, do you like beetus and having a fat ass? Then caribbean latin food is your best bet. I particularly recommend Dominican for its allergy to fresh anything. Just grease, salt, and starch.
I feel I need to expand on that but since no one will ever go to Honduras it probably doesn't matter.
Honduras can be cheap if you:
>eat rice and beans
>take the chicken bus
>know how to haggle and argue in spanish
>have tremendous patience
>don't buy anything imported
>stay at awful hotels
>know how to not get scammed
Even then you need a lot of luck. As a foreigner you get screwed at every turn.
>oops, was jetlagged and tired and forgot to negotiate the cab fare before I got in, now I'm being charged $30 for a 2 mile ride
>oops, paid for a rountrip air ticket within the country but the airline went out of business/ cancelled the flight/ flight left early/ whatever and now I'm out the money I paid. Same with the ferries.
>hotel tacks on a charge after you check in, any number of reasons and excuses like "Oh the reservation was for one person and you have two people so it costs twice as much" even though it's a double. Oops, ya got me again!
The whole place needs to be blitzkrieged
>>oops, was jetlagged and tired and forgot to negotiate the cab fare before I got in, now I'm being charged $30 for a 2 mile ride
In the US you'll pay this much even if the driver doesn't scam you.
>>oops, paid for a rountrip air ticket within the country but the airline went out of business/ cancelled the flight/ flight left early/ whatever and now I'm out the money I paid. Same with the ferries.
Literally astronomically unlikely situation

>>hotel tacks on a charge after you check in, any number of reasons and excuses like "Oh the reservation was for one person and you have two people so it costs twice as much" even though it's a double. Oops, ya got me again!
You contact booking.com and they either convince the hotel or compensate you.
>The whole place needs to be blitzkrieged

all latin Am should be nuked and start all over. here in chile sadly we always get from time to time horror stories from scammed turist... I used to meet turist so as to go out and talk about traveling and guide them to nice places and try keep them away from any bad experience , this gave me perfect oportunity to practice my english and an excuse to go out (I really like my shithole country)...
here you need to be careful specially with taxis if they hear you speaking "non local" they will give you the "turist tariff"...
I'm Mexican and I think Mexico is really cheap, but Bolivia is even cheaper. I got an entire meal in La Paz for 1$US.

File: pripyat-chernobyl-03.jpg (273 KB, 1024x683)
273 KB
273 KB JPG
Is there anything worth doing in Ukraine besides visiting Pripyat/Chernobyl?
79 replies and 9 images omitted. Click here to view.
File: 1517888644210.png (207 KB, 594x422)
207 KB
207 KB PNG
>Does any anon here know if I can buy guns and or a tank when I arrive in Ukraine to blow some of the local rebels to hell if they try to fuck with me?
Holy shit! I signed up on VK as well. Why is Ukraine a literal goldmine of smoking hot women that just want to be good wives and have babies? I almost think they have a law against fat chicks using social media there.
When I search tinder, ig, FB here in the US, the majority of bitches are fat disgusting landwhales. Two days digging through Ukranian and Russian social media I can hardly find a fatty.

What gives?
The funny thing is that VK is banned in Ukraine so you are probably talking to fake women.
Not in the Crimea area

File: 1521675114835.jpg (723 KB, 1920x1080)
723 KB
723 KB JPG
Got an 11 hour flight ahead of me. Will my doc prescribe me some kind of sleeping pill for the flight if I ask him? Europoor here, if that matters.
5 replies omitted. Click here to view.
I take bynadril
Yeah I know a great guy that will help you sleep in no time during your flight.

His name is Jack Daniel's
Alcohol makes you pee a lot, which sucks if you're stuck in an aisle with two other passengers next to you
unless you fly absolute cattle class, you should be able to choose your seat 24-48 hours before departure
Go to bed gramps

File: Garmisch.png (1011 KB, 798x597)
1011 KB
1011 KB PNG
What is it like living in medium sized european towns? Are Uber and food delivery services used often? Are grocery stores, banks, etc within walking distance? I'm curious about /trv/'s experience with this.

In American suburbs you need to drive 10 minutes to get to anything, which is why it's really shitty if you don't have a car, unless you live in a major city which sucks if you don't like city life.
31 replies and 3 images omitted. Click here to view.
>at kind of food delivers? or is there an app everyone uses (which one?)

>how hard is it to date in such a town or is it mostly older or very young people?
It's fine. Every city has a few streets with bars.

>do you have train service/bus service everywhere?

>how is the crime/homeless situation?
Pretty much non-existent
That's way too big for a village.
What do you mean by "European towns"?
The countries themselves are incredibly diverse and then it also changes within them countries
Unless you're in the country side, living in suburbs/city is good. Taxis are around in the towns and the town should be around a 5 - 15 min walk pretty much no matter where you are.
However, do not live in poorer areas like Staffordshire, Birmingham, Liverpool etc.
Places like Oxford, Witney, Cambridge, Dorset are great, but are much more expensive and alot of people are middle-class.
You don't need a good job to live in somewhere like in Oxford or Witney, my brothers used to work at the local foundry and get by pretty well but beware that unless you regularly visit the pubs, clubs etc you won't have a too fun time. The pub is the main place for socialising and generally having fun.
kek, why'd you post my town? Garmisch-Partenkirchen. This is Partenkirchen's walking street, Ludwig Strasse I think. Anyway, there's no uber in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, but food delivery is the classic style; calling the place then waiting 20-40 minutes.

>Are grocery stores, banks, etc within walking distance?
I'm 37 years old and I've never needed to own a car.

If you'd like to know more about Garmisch-Partenkirchen I can help you with that too.
I'm thinking about buying a small farm in Slovenia since its a pretty stable, and super comfy place to go. What do you think? A farm just large enough to feed myself and my family.

File: download (10).jpg (22 KB, 400x450)
22 KB
India, nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, bhutan.

Post your general questions here
130 replies and 13 images omitted. Click here to view.
Thanks for the detailled reply
It seems like Delhi is really more of a hassle than most places, but that doesn't really stop me
I guess with touts you just need to employ common sense, but I'll be sure to keep my wits about
It's honestly not that bad, especially if you stay somewhere like Saket instead of Paharganj. Even the less affluent neighborhoods across the Yamuna are better than the railway station, at least in regards to daily hassle.

If you have common sense, you'll be completely fine. People get tripped up when they're fresh off international flights and tired, or forget that they're on vacation while most others aren't. Just find a healthy balance between being too skeptical and trusting.

I really can't stress it enough, though: if you end up staying in Paharganj or Karol Bagh, almost everyone who approaches you in the street will be trying to rip you off. The same shit does NOT happen in most other places (unless you're in a similar touristic part of Agra, Jaipur, Varanasi, etc).
I'll be in Faridabad actually, so just really close to Delhi
Why are you staying in Faridabad?
I'm paranoid about revealing info on 4chan desu, so I'll just say I won't just be on holiday

File: canary.png (21 KB, 320x350)
21 KB
Canary Islands.
Cheap to fly to.
Cheap to find a hotel.
What's the catch?
Can paradise really exist or is there a catch to traveling here?
>What's the catch?

i'm planning a trip to Taiwan, so I'm wondering about what I should pack and bring into the island. Also is it possible for me to be able to rent and operate a vehicle with my American driver's license at all?
23 replies and 1 image omitted. Click here to view.
Oh look, a new scandal.

focustaiwan dot tw slash news slash asoc slash 201902150026 dot aspx

> Taipei, Feb. 15 (CNA) Over 27,000 kilograms of eggs contaminated with the toxic insecticide fipronil reached consumer markets in northern Taiwan from Jan. 27 to Feb. 13, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Friday.
> COA deputy chief Huang Chin-cheng (黃金城) said the laboratory testing of the egg samples was delayed because of the nine-day Lunar New Year holiday, and because the eggs were not tested until after the holiday the results only came out a few days ago, according to Apple Daily.

So, the farm apparently intentionally timed it so they could sell their product without testing, hoping it would get missed in the post-CNY backlog.
that isn't an answer to the question

how long?
About 10-15 years I'd say depending on how much you would use each month.
File: CyrS-1aXAAEAHem.jpg (249 KB, 1280x960)
249 KB
249 KB JPG
>>Stupid Halifax Regional Police Officer's.
How do I avoid such contamination? How common is it? And what does it matter to me who's only there for some months?

File: jKcnCVx.jpg (33 KB, 350x390)
33 KB
Currently studying in Florence, have 9 days in late march to travel around. I have English, German, and basic Italian, and would like to go somewhere where I can get by on those. I've been to Germany plenty so I was thinking Vienna, and then maybe Budapest or Croatia for a few days before heading back. Anyone have any experiences? Mostly looking for places with good architecture and alcohol, nightlife isn't as important.
why you don't want to drink alcohol and fuck cheap-ass prostitutes?
>wasting time in croatia.
I gotta give it to their tourist advertising agencies. they are doing a great job.

>be in Italy
>leaves Italy looking for architecture and alcohol
what's wrong with croatia? Some people says is a cheap , and it's a nice but most important, a safe country
This desu

File: 20190124_165529.jpg (2.16 MB, 4032x2268)
2.16 MB
2.16 MB JPG
So my wife and I are heading out west late may/early june and I was wondering if anyone had any tips regarding trails/camping/general good stuff to see related to Yellowstone/Tetons?
>where to stay
Jackson Hole is the big tourist area so there's tons of hotels, byt they're all expensive. Personally I always camp outside when I'm there. You can find campsites online but they fill up fast, especially in the summer. The farther out you reserve the better, unless you like living on the edge. Cheaper campsites are usually more in the Teton area and away from Yellowstone.
If you're rich there's cabins for rent but they fill up quick. Idk how far back you need to reserve since I've never done it. The more people you have the more it's worth it, imo.
>what to do
Go see Old Faithful like the 10 million chinese people who show up every summer. After that check out West Thumb. The park is pretty big and you can find stuff to do by just driving around, pretty much. Check out Upper Falls too, if they've reopened - when I was there last summer there was some kind of construction going on there.
Teton wise, I recommend the Table Rock trail if you're fit - the view is awesome and it's a decent day hike, whether you take the short but steep route or the longer flatter route. The Alaska Basin trail is cool too but a lot longer - if you're up for it you can do a 3 day hiking trip all the way through. On the east side of the mountains there's lots of lakes and stuff to see, and Mormon Row if you want instagram pictures.
Driggs, ID is a recent place to eat out/buy food/get expensive boat rentals. I recommend visiting Corner Drug while you're there and getting a lime freeze if they're in season.
Google this stuff and take a look at surrounding features of both parks. You could spend a month in that area and not see everything.
Be prepared for enourmous crowds in Yellowstone. Because of the cost of hotels I'd plan on camping most of the way. Id also plan out your route and where you will stay for each night. Grand Tetons are beautiful I wanna go back this summer. Yellowstone is too but it's very crowded.

File: map.png (261 KB, 755x413)
261 KB
261 KB PNG
What do you think about this roadtrip? I will be travelling by buses/trains. Itinerary is as follows:

Kiev - 3 nights
Odessa - 5 nights (to chill by the beach)
Chisinau (Moldova) - 2 nights
Bucharest - 2 nights
Brasov - 2 nights
Cluj Napoca - 2 nights
Budapest - 1 night (but I was already there, just needed a place to stay before heading back to Poland)
Krakow - 2 nights

I know many of those places need more time to get a real experience, but I have limited time and wanted to make a bigger trip rather then choosing 1 or 2 spots.
I've been to Lviv before, that's why it's out.
9 replies and 1 image omitted. Click here to view.
pol lol pol lol fuck ofpollllllll
/trpol/ huh? you said something
really just answer simple questions you racist
I'm travelling in August. I usually like just wandering through cities, going on a tour, learning about the culture and just getting the feel of another country. That's why I'd like to travel by bus/train with locals. I also like nature and hiking, but on this trip I'm focusing on cities.
I travel with my fiancee, so I'm not into clubbing, whores and such. We want to visit the cities, go to the pubs, meet some locals, try local cuisine and chill out.

Oh, I was actually planning to visit Bran Castle (like everyone I guess...). Thanks for suggestions, Sinaia looks very cool.
File: Unfdtitled.png (1.45 MB, 1021x676)
1.45 MB
1.45 MB PNG
Assuming you are not really tight on money, cut out the buses as much as possible and replace them with trains and rideshares. Price disparity between trains and buses isn't as high as in western yurope. Trains are more comfortable for travel and the cabin layout in some wagons is conductive to striking up conversations. Rideshares are the same in this regard, you are already travelling with someone who wants to get to know strangers.

Cannot say much about the rest, but regarding H to I leg of trip I sure hope you are visiting a spa and taking at least one day to hike in Tatras. Actually it's the best to park in hot water after a day spent hiking the mountains. Visiting a cave may not be a bad idea either.

And as other anons said, 5 days at the beach is too much.
No no anon,
That is not eastern Europe, that is Middle Eastern Europe, anon you must travel more EASTER.
Make a stop in Tiraspol you won't regret it you can go on a day expedition from odessa. You'll just have to take a bus from a bus station (the one far from the market)

File: asdasdasasdasdasads.png (585 KB, 805x843)
585 KB
585 KB PNG
Hello /trv/,

I'm taking a 10 day trip to Germany this summer while also stopping in Salzburg (as well as Berchtesgaden nearby) and Prague. We'll be renting a car and splitting up the driving on the Autobahn. We are starting in Frankfurt going counterclockwise. We are flying out from Frankfurt so that creates the loop.

What do you guys think about this route? Anything on here that we should skip, something not here that we should go see? Where do you think we should spend more time in than others? Anything in these cities you recommend? etc.
60 replies and 6 images omitted. Click here to view.
I really like Vienna, better to go there than Dresden
Wow, your one pic proves it all!

Regardless, I was referring to the refugees already here in Germany, since that was the specific topic of conversation numbnuts.
Right, black people never set a foot in Germany

may I advise you to gently kys now, ty :)))
lrn2read, you stupid dumbass. or are you too busy fapping to mandingo cuck roleplay threads on /b/?

File: into the wild.jpg (44 KB, 534x401)
44 KB
What do you think about this guy?
Isn't it the best alternative for suicide?
4 replies omitted. Click here to view.
are you the bay area dude who offered to take me along on the portugal trip if i volunteered as your sex slave because have i got a bone to pick with you
I feel like the only people he can impress are immature edgy teenagers. The guy wasted a life for some idealistic vision of the world that doesn't and never will exist. There are many much better travel idols to get behind.
Pretty much this.
If the movie was anything to go by the guy was a complete moron who turned down living with people who genuinely cared about him, so that he can die alone in a bus.
if the river was uncrossable, how was the bus there in the first place?
he crossed the river

there's a thing called ice and snow that melts when it gets warmer you know

Delete Post: [File Only] Style:
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
[Disable Mobile View / Use Desktop Site]

[Enable Mobile View / Use Mobile Site]

All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.