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post #16 of 22

Maybe south of Spain if you're looking to relax.  If not, then London is great and full of stuff to do but expensive!

post #17 of 22
there is one city you should consider above all others, which will allow you to have the maximum amount of fun regardless of what you're into, easily and quickly find an affordable place to live and will not drain your bank account.

Berlin.

accept no substitutes. the only drawback about the city is its lack of employment opportunities, and that ain't a worry for you.

that is, unless you're moving over in the winter.

btw munich is the most overrated city i can think of. vienna is kind of aesthetically similar, yet superior in every way (i lived in vienna for a few years).

also don't discount language: if you have any interest in immersing yourself in the city and cannot learn the local language, you can basically forget southern europe, as the level of english is very poor.
post #18 of 22
Berlin is great and Zurich is fun. Can't go wrong with Paris for a bit. Stop by Stockholm during the spring/summer
post #19 of 22
Vienna, mainly because I consider it to be conveniently central in terms of travelling around Europe and also for the music. This would obviously only matter if I could drive or afford frequent flying. If not then a very small chateau in burgundy surrounded by lots of greenery and scenic ponds. From what I've seen chateaus in burgundy go for as low as 500 000 euros, low in comparison to the housing market where I live, and I think burgundy is only one to two hours outside of Paris?
post #20 of 22
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Berlin is great and Zurich is fun. Can't go wrong with Paris for a bit. Stop by Stockholm during the spring/summer

+2 Berlin
post #21 of 22
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If I had the chance, I'd stay in Istanbul for a few months.

Absolutely! End of discussion.

Just remember to do a few 3-day weekend trips to Sofia and Sozopol.
post #22 of 22
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Absolutely! End of discussion.

Just remember to do a few 3-day weekend trips to Sofia and Sozopol.

recommending turkey and bulgaria to someone who wants to experience europe is like recommending mexico and north dakota to someone who wants to experience the united states.
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