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Central Europe’s Best Christmas Markets

If you’re planning a Central European vacation during advent over the holidays, you’re in luck because you’ll get to experience some of the Continent’s most festive and atmospheric holiday markets. Salzburg, Vienna, Dresden and Munich host very popular markets each year, with live music and cultural activities alongside delicious traditional food, seasonal sweets … Read More

Europe’s Darkest Tourism Sites

Dark tourism is defined as tourism involving visiting places associated with tragedy, death and grave suffering. The faces of evil can be traced all around the world. The following sites from arguably the darkest period of Europe’s history, WWII, stand today open for visitors as eternal mementos, reminding the public … Read More

UNESCO listed wine regions in Central Europe

You might think that all Europe’s UNESCO-listed wine regions are in France and Italy, but there’s a vast swathe of Europe where white wine is the predominant variety, typically described as Central Europe. Now, where to start? With the region having the oldest evidence of viticulture? With the one that … Read More

Where to Go in 2021

While it appears that the first few months of 2021 will look much like last year, with expeditions to the kitchen and treks to the bathroom being the extent of our wanderings, we dare to hope to be able to travel again before too long. For this article we’ve rounded … Read More

Can’t Miss Castles (Part I: Central Europe & Adriatic)

Europe offers many pleasures, from soaring peaks to beaches, but you can often find those at home as well. A more unusual highlight is the continent’s castles. From remote ruins to overcrowded tourist traps, there are thousands to choose from in the Czech Republic alone, and most travelers seem to … Read More

New Years firework display in Krakow

Best European Cities for New Year’s Eve Parties

If you’re lucky enough to be in Europe to ring in the new year when the clock strikes midnight, you’re in for a real treat. Every city has its own style of New Year’s Eve celebration, and whatever kind of evening you’re looking for, you’ll be able to find it … Read More

Vienna's House of the Sea

Vienna for the Young

If you’re headed to Vienna with kids in tow, you’re in for a treat. Fortunately, the Austrian capital isn’t just museums and marble statues. The stately capital is full of innovative museums, joyful activities, and verdant parks, as you’ll find below. The D trolley line You can take your pick … Read More

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