If you want to visit Poland, avoid warsaw. Try Cracov maybe or sosnowiec
Switzerland is by far my favourite country in the WORLD and I've been to most countries in Europe. Then again, I'm an outdoors person and have the funds to do pretty much whatever I want
Latvia is actually great country for tourists, Riga very underrated. Most people speak English, things are fairly cheap when compared to the West, and many beautiful sights to see, both in city and in nature.
Thanks for the suggestions guys, i'm going to look for the suggestions
Vienna - best city in my opinion, has the best balance of everything
Krakow -> best city to visit in Poland
Venice -> probably the best choice for romance languages (sorry Paris, Barcelona and others)
I don't like cities at all, liked these two. Bruges were and still are the only city I actually ever wanted to visit.
In Poland only Krakow, Poznan and maybe Gdansk are nice cities. Warsaw is overrated, nothing special there.
Stockholm, everyone speaks English.
Germanic Europe underrated - Stockholm, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Vienna, Hamburg
London is fine man. Just avoid the rougher areas and stick to the touristy parts
We speak English and are similar to England
I love Krakow and Gdansk, my fav polish cities, Poznań is nice too and Warsaw is kinda overrated but you can't expect much from the city build by the communists, but it isn't that bad
Many good cities tbh.
South Poland (very close - mid range to mountains) - Wałbrzych, Wrocław, Kraków, Zakopane (in mountains)
North Poland (sea) - Tricity Sopot, Gdańsk, Gdynia (that's where I live, Gdańsk is like small Amsterdam style with interesting old city and lots of clubs/bars. Sopot is summer small resort with lots of clubs bars and restaurants and longest wooden pier in europe), Hel (open sea and that's it tbh)
In Europe: Rome 100% very nice city, Nice in France, Barcelona in Spain, Amsterdam in Netherlands, Hamburg in Germany, Edinburgh (Harry Potter vibes) and London too, and many many others. Depends on what you like tbh. I personally love ancient/old monuments and 'vibe' in Rome so I would put it on the 1st place
Have you ever been to Portugal? Just curious.
krakow, vienna, rome, prague, budapest, malaga
Most EU countries people speak English, especially in the smaller countries English is really just natural to speak for everyone. So really, don't worry about language as it won't be an issue.
Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Prague and Munich is close so you can se more than one nice city in one trip :)
Northern Norway is dope, Kirkenes and I recomend visiting Nord Cup, Souther Norway is amazing too, Arendal is a sick place. I personally like Oslo but some people dont so idk.
what about Mykonos guys? Iceland is a place i want to visit at least 1 day in my life
Amsterdam is the best allrounder city in europe 4 sure.
You should probably go to Lisbon or Porto, i know you said you wanted to go for a english or ''romanic'' language city, but since you already speak Portuguese it would be way easier for travelling, and if you actually going there i recommend Lisbon more than Porto
I could help alot but I need to know what do You like while traveling.
I mean, sights? nature? architecure? food?
Is money a problem for You?
I've been in 40+ countries in last 10-11 years so I know a thing or two
Come to Berlin )))))))))))))
Ok so you say Europe and then some other stuff, you need romance language per see? Otherwise I recommend Den Haag delft Gouda