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Legends of Krakow

Krakow is a storybook setting worthy of a fairy tale. The city dates back to the 8th century, making Krakow full of ancient legends and epic stories to tell. In this guest post by Cristina from Chasing Travel you’ll read about several of these tales.

The Dwarves of Wroclaw

Meet the Dwarves of Wroclaw, Poland

This is a guest post as part of our #JayWayPoland blogger project by Natasha Amar. We arranged all the details of Natasha’s stay in Wroclaw and Warsaw in August 2018. Want to go see Poland for yourself? In Wroclaw, Poland’s fourth largest city, the first thing you’ll likely notice—or rather, … Read More

Bran Castle

9 Amazing and Unique Places to Visit in Romania

By guest blogger Kerwin McKenzie, who took part in the #JayWayRomania blogger project in June 2017. My first visit to Romania was in June 2008 and all I did was visit Bucharest for one night. My friend and I took a local bus from the airport into the city and … Read More

Cafe life in Yerevan

Evolving Armenia

This is a guest post by Ric Gazarian. Ric blogs at www.GlobalGaz.com. He is on a quest to travel to every country in the world. When he’s not pursuing that goal, he divides his time between the US and Thailand. I have a unique perspective on Armenia and its capital Yerevan. … Read More

Parliament Building

Chisinau: A Moldovan Capital Full of Contrasts

Editor’s Note: The guest blogger for this post, Veronika Primm, is a travel blogger at Travel Geekery and this post is part of the Romania and Moldova Blogger Trip we arranged in summer 2017. With a travel style she describes as anywhere between budget backpacker and luxury traveler, she’s adaptable to … Read More

5 Places to Taste Real Bulgarian Cuisine in Sofia

By Ana Dobrevska, guest blogger from Sofia, Bulgaria Sofia can offer you much more than you might imagine in terms of cultural heritage and authenticity. Apart from having the second largest cathedral on the Balkan Peninsula, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, as well as the enchanting mountain of Vitosha, which is reachable … Read More

Why this is THE year to visit the Baltics

Tawny (pictured below) and Chris, aka Captain and Clark were two of the members of a 6 person group of travel bloggers we took on the #JayWayBaltics tour of the Baltic capitals back in May last year. As the summer is quickly approaching, many travelers are daydreaming about where to … Read More

Guest Post: Tour Highlights of the Baltic Capitals

Cailin O’Neil of Travel Yourself was one of the members of a 6 person group of travel bloggers we took on the #JayWayBaltics tour of the Baltic capitals back in May last year. She’s edited a highlights video for us to post here. Just watching it made me want to … Read More

Forget Someday: Impressions of Prague

This guest post is by Toccara and Sam, the travel blogging couple behind Forget Someday who were guests of JayWay Travel as part of the #JayWayPrague blogger project in the summer of 2015. Prague was the first stop for them on a year-long trip around the world. In this post they … Read More

Alchemy in Prague

This guest post is by Cheryl MacDonald and Lisa Chavis of What Boundaries Travel, who were guests of JayWay Travel as part of the #JayWayPrague blogger project in the summer of 2015. They left behind their executive level careers and have been traveling the world since 2007. Their goal is to travel … Read More

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