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Three Days in Budapest with Judit

Budapest is all things to all people, with plenty of sides to explore. Judit, a member of our team in Hungary’s bustling capital, wanted to delve into the city’s romantic side, without forgetting its history or excellent food. Join her on this trip on either side of the Danube, and … Read More

Margaret Island Attractions

Budapest for the Youngest

Budapest is a great place for kids. Even for a city of its size, it’s packed with affordable and memorable places to rest, play, explore, and learn. From endless playgrounds to the world’s largest railroad run by children to interactive museums, there are plenty of ways to keep everyone happy. … 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

Nine Memorable Party Spots

One reason we love East and Central Europe so much is its sheer diversity. In even a smaller city you can find endless options to party. Here are favorites we’ve encountered in our travels, or like to frequent and take our guests to.

Art at Lviv's Vernissage

Haggle Across Central & Eastern Europe

Delve deep into local culture and history, and check out a flea market. From the banks of a canal, to a floating barge to market halls and pedestrian streets, East and Central Europe have endless opportunities for memorable, historic souvenirs, especially if you’re up for a bit of haggling. Here’s … Read More

Photo courtesy of Costes: http://www.costes.hu/en/galleries/second-gallery/

Budapest’s Leading Stars

Hungary’s always had the edge on its neighbors in the culinary stakes but now far outpacing long-time rival Prague, Budapest boasts six Michelin-starred eateries.

An Ostalgie trifecta: A Trabant stuffed with East German plushes, with the Sandmännchen riding beside the driver, and an Ampelmännchen in the background

Communist Reminders in Daily Life

  After the fall of communism, many products disappeared from the eastern side of the Iron Curtain, as factories struggled to compete with an entire globe’s worth of products, often flashier and higher quality. That doesn’t mean that communist heritage has completely disappeared from daily life and culture. In time, … Read More

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