VISIT LOCARNO, Switzerland! 🇨🇭 (it's worth it)

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VISIT LOCARNO, Switzerland! 🇨🇭 (it's worth it) 5
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May 13, 2018 / VLOG NO. 116 – I took a day trip into Locarno, but I missed my train! It was a fun and spontaneous adventure into one of the most picturesque and beautiful parts of Switzerland!




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Probably my favorite parts of the world!

Author — Robbie Campbell

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You can never trust the weather forecasts, haha! When it comes to travel, you have to get out even in wet weather! I'm glad you did as those views around Locarno were beautiful! Awesome video!

Author — Scottman895 Travel

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Dima! Love your vlogs! Thank you for taking the time out to make them amazing. Its great living through your eyes. Stay safe and don't stop!

Author — cj cj

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Beautiful town Locarno!
You missed showing the climb with the cable car to the top of Cardara from where, the view is absolutely out of this world!
Also, the interior of that Church under the footpath, is something to see.
And, perhaps next time you visit there, take a train ride to Domodossola. It's really worth the small price in gold, as the views and scenery is breathtaking.
Was there in late Aug. 2017 and loved it.
Happy travelling and thanks for the videos!

Author — A. K.

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Bruh so strange to see a vlog of a place were i live in

Author — I will watch your back No one else can

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Really enjoy your vids! Surprised you don't have more subs already. My only unsolicited feedback is it's a little b-roll and music heavy, rather than a narrative, so I feel like I'm rushing through the city. Do you have any background in video production? Your shots seem really well planned.

Author — Chris

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As a tourist can you get around just using English? I found it a bit confusing/challenging with all the different languages when I was there. I could speak French, but I wasn't sure if I should expect a Swiss person to understand if I was in a German part of the country for example. If English is the lingua franca, then that would make traveling there easier.

Author — pbutter237