Have you ever been to Europe?
lived in Austria. Love love europe
Not until next summer :)
Only took me until I was 51!
England, Scotland, and Italy.
I've also been to Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, and Colombia.
There are many more countries on my bucket list and I can't decide where to go next!
Lol I'm European.
Prefer Asia or Israel
France is my favorite country to visit
I live in Europe and have also traveled around the continent a fair amount.
I consider Europe the continent. UK is UK and Scandinavia is Scandinavia.
I agree. Everyone now considers Europe its own country, but its not
I’ve been to England 10 times since 1983, 8 vacations and two funeral services for my mother and Grandmother. Also lived in England in the 1950’s, 60’s, and early 70’s. Going again this April.
I had a lot of business there (live music biz) in years past, and lived in Prague for a bit.
No, but even if I went, there’s not much in Western Europe I really want to see, I prefer Eastern Europe, countries like Greece, Poland, Hungary, etc...
Spain. Want to go back and also to Italy and Germany
Italy, spain, holland, Denmark, and Germany
Been to Italy 5 times, France 1 time, Spain 1 time, England and Scotland 3 times, Ireland 4 times
Lived in France and worked in Switzerland for 12 years.
Yep, several times
Greece, Italy, France, Germany & Austria - hope to get to a lot more someday
Yes, four times but each time with a group of students. When I retire in two years my husband and I will finally get to go just to visit on our own.
Europe history is so awesome. Their buildings have great architecture, unlike buildings in USA r made so cheap they fall down after 80 years.
No, the closest I've been to it is Canada, which is admittedly kind of close :D.
All over it. I’m from Petersburg
Yes, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein.
Which was your favorite??
It’s surrounded by beautiful mountains on all sides, and people were very friendly.
Naturally while in the Navy.
Born in Alaska way back when a territory when an infant. Parents moved to Germany. Went to German schools until 8 yrs old and back to the States. Back to Germany couple more times until I joined Air Force. Lived in the Netherlands, Italy and Turkey. Traveled all over Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Had a blast. Met wife in northern Germany. Two great kids who also got to travel a bunch as well. Think I have been very fortunate in life. No major complaints. But guy what? United States with her warts and all still the best place to love hands down.
I usually go once a year
Work or vacay
Sounds cool(!), but no. Heck, there are still places I need/want to visit in my own country!
Yup, Did the backpacking through Europe thing back in my 20's. Got a Eurail pass and took lots of trains. Stayed at Youth Hostels and pensiones. Travelled through 8 or 9 countries in 3 weeks. Had a ball! Miss those days.
I did the same thing in 2016
Italy this autumn. Yummy 🇮🇹
Paris twenty years ago. They were much nicer than I thought they'd be!
Prague. Too many American college guys with beer.
I lived in Italy as a child. More recently I’ve travelled to Czech, Germany, Austria, and England.
Toured it a few years ago. Was dope.
No, and I don't have much desire. I'd rather go to the Far East or South America.
I've been to Japan (Tokyo, Kyoto), Thailand (Chiang Mai, Pai, Chiang Rai, Ayutthaya) and Cambodia (Siem Reap). It's so different and amazing! I highly recommend!!
You can get a decent basic hotel room in Cambodia/Thailand for about $15/night.
Just went to Iceland, England, and the Netherlands last year. Loved it!
Oh yes like 22x
Oh yes many times. Every American should go at least once. Heading off to Scotland in May. Can’t wait!!
Even lived and worked in France for over two years. Met my wife there too.
Lived there. Twice if England counts. Also visited, and travelled throughout much of it.
Same. Add born there 😂
Live there. Well kinda.
Moscow is west of the Ural mountains, so yes.