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Old Posted Dec 31, 2005, 3:08 PM
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What's your favourite city in Europe?


Europe is full of Great Cities, I think more than anywhere else. But I still have to say that my favourite city is London.
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^ And for me as well may be. I like its huge very dense lowrise center.
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only ones i've been too aside from Frankfurt airport
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Barcelona! Because of the many exciting architectures and nightlife. It also has tall buildings.

London and Prague are also really good, but London is too cold and Prague has no skyscrapers. And Paris is too tourist unfriendly. Haven't been to Madrid and Milan though.
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Barcelona! Because of the many exciting architectures and nightlife. It also has tall buildings.

London and Prague are also really good, but London is too cold and Prague has no skyscrapers. And Paris is too tourist unfriendly. Haven't been to Madrid and Milan though.
Funny considering London is warmer than Malmo in every month of the year
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Well, from a objective view I would say Paris or London.

"My style" of cities, however, are Hamburg, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin etc.
Rough-n-rugged, liberal, party, beer, progressive architecturewise and so on.
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Well, from a objective view I would say Paris or London.

"My style" of cities, however, are Hamburg, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin etc.
Rough-n-rugged, liberal, party, beer, progressive architecturewise and so on.
What Staff said.
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Rotterdam have's the second biggest harbour in the world. And it has old historic buildings. But it is also the city with the most skyscrapers in the Netherlands. I love it.
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