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The Most Interesting Monuments in Skopje

The Most Interesting Monuments in Skopje

How should we put this? Skopje is quirky. The capital of Macedonia has undergone an architectural revolution over the past few years, and especially since 2014. That’s when the government announced a massive project to refurbish the city. Since then dozens of unique monuments have sprung up, giving Skopje a new lease on life. There… Continue Reading

Warsaw’s Trendy Made-over Market Halls

Warsaw’s Trendy Made-over Market Halls

What are the great culinary capitals of Europe? You’re probably thinking of Paris, Rome, Helsinki… what about Warsaw? Polish cuisine isn’t only pierogies, and in recent years this lively city has made great leaps, with fantastic new restaurants springing up in unexpected places. But nowhere is the city’s dining scene more interesting than the market… Continue Reading

Exploring the Cinque Terre in Style

Exploring the Cinque Terre in Style

We’ve organized small group gourmet and culture tours throughout Italy for several years, but only since last year have we begun to offer guests classic JayWay style tours here. Once you get outside the larger cities like Rome, Venice and Florence (which are wonderful in their own right), there are many smaller villages and regions to… Continue Reading

The Artist Alphonse Mucha & Prague

The Artist Alphonse Mucha & Prague

Prague has had no shortage of famous inhabitants throughout history, but in the art world there are few whose reputations surpass that of Alphonse Mucha, one of the most famous painters of the Art Nouveau movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Chances are you’d recognize Mucha’s work, even if you don’t know… Continue Reading

How to Get from Prague to Budapest

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. They’re just 330 miles apart… Continue Reading

Prague Christmas Markets 2017

Prague Christmas Markets 2017

The 2017 festive season is well under way and several of the Prague’s squares play host to traditional Christmas markets. Martina and Nataly, our locals in Prague, shot this video so you know what to expect. Eat, drink and be merry! The main reason to visit the markets is the food and drink you can… Continue Reading

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