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12 Differences Between American and European Hotels

Before embarking on that long-awaited-for journey to Europe, we’re sure that you’ve contemplated many aspects of your trip but have you ever thought that there are differences between American and European hotels? If not, we’re here to prepare you for all the cultural differences you will encounter during your next … Read More

Where To Go For The Rest of 2022?

Got some use-it-or-lose-it vacation days weighing on your mind? Or a serious case of wanderlust? Here’s our best advice on where to go for the remainder of 2022. September September sees some of the most pleasant weather across Europe – summer heatwaves have passed, for coastal destinations, the water is … Read More

Know Before You Go: Language Basics

Whenever you travel to a non-English-speaking country, it’s natural to feel like a bit of a fish out of water. It’s getting a lot easier to get by without speaking the local language as English levels seem to be on the rise everywhere, but it’s always worth learning a few … Read More

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Overtourism Self-Defense Tips from our Experts

Overtourism is a trending topic these days, but the growing popularity of some of the world’s most iconic destinations doesn’t have to ruin your vacation. Here we present our tips, based on many years of experience.

Tiraspol, Transnistria's capital

“So, do I need a visa to travel to Europe?”

We often get asked what travel documents, such as visas, are needed for visitors. Below you’ll find plenty of details, but to start, always bring a passport good for at least 90 days after you arrive. Border guards always assume you will stay for the maximum amount of time you’re … Read More

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How to Get from Prague to Budapest

A common itinerary for our guests on their Eastern European tours combines a visit to Prague, the Czech capital, and a few days in Budapest, the capital of Hungary. You can get from Prague to Budapest without too much hassle, in part because in American terms these cities are close together. … Read More

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