Being armed with information regarding the ‘to-do-and-not-to-do’ in a foreign land, you can make your travel safer and more comfortable. And we are sure that you must want that.
European cities have been evergreen attractions for travellers. There are cities which have been keeping their age-old architectural designs intact by intention as we can find in Venice; there are cities which have been displaying their architectural designs by juxtaposing their old styles as well as the modern ones.
Europe is a world in miniature. When the Alps, Plitvice Lakes National Park, Meteora are the Europe’s natural wonders, the Eiffle tower, the London Bridge are the hair-raising creations of human beings. So numerous and enormous are its attractions that visitors can hardly travel all European tourist spots in a single life
Tips & Warnings
While planning to travel any of the European cities, knowing the tourist guidelines to their full extent will be a better option.
Let’s discuss them.
It is not that all of the travellers are accustomed to speaking in loud voice. But, there is widespread complaint about this issue from local people. Travellers are found speaking in their loud voices. They are seen talking loudly to the members of their tourist groups, and in such a way that they are less careful about the maintenance of city-life tranquility, the very uncommon feature to other cities outside Europe. Keep conversing in soft and low voice with the person on the other end of your phone, so that your conversation may not disturb your neighbours.
Beware of Pickpocketing:
Pickpocketing may happen at any place or at any time during your Europe Travel. But, this is a rare of rarest incidents in Europe. All the same, you must be careful about it. Avoid being indifference to your neighbours altogether, who could be waiting to lift anything with you while you are closely reading maps, books, or deeply engaging yourself in conversation with your partners. Avoid the offers of unauthorised guides, who may say you that they would show you all important places in exchange of fewer amount.
Avoid taking street offers:
Travellers may come across many people on streets who may offer you attractive and lucrative offers. The offers may be like discounts on buying an item, pictures, and many such thins. The problem is that most of the items or things are fake and of low standard. So, it is better to negate the offers on their face, softly.
Dress need to be neutral colours:
Wearing dresses of laughter-provoking colours may cause your neighbours stare at you inquisitively. It gives them a sense that you are not from the town, though European people are very modest and educated and do not encourage themselves into jeering at their guests, in particular. All the same, it is better to wear common coloured dresses and avoid bland coloured dresses, especially while travelling in trains or buses.
Snap Pictures Cautiously:
You will snap pictures of the places while you are travelling and it is quite natural. But, the statutory warning about the act of snapping pictures is that you can capture pictures only of those places which are not prohibited and of those people who are not eager to get filmed along with the people of your group.