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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

Prague’s Eclectic Private Museums

Beyond the usual complement of state run museums Prague offers a wide array of privately owned museums dedicated to individual topics.

Meet the Travel Addicts

In October 2014, JayWay Travel hosted Lance and Laura Longwell, authors of the popular Travel Addicts blog.  We sat down with them to discuss travel and Budapest, Hungary. How long have you been traveling and blogging about travel? We both have a strong love of travel. Lance started as a … Read More

Palace of Tears, Berlin

Exploring Berlin’s Cold War History

If you are looking to get a deeper understanding of the Cold War while visiting Berlin, we highly recommend taking our Cold War walking tour. Much of it is centered on the Berlin Wall, and not only will you gain a more multi-layered view of this construction, you’ll also learn … Read More

Memento Park, Budapest

Many of the visitor’s guides and magazines for Budapest carry advertising for Memento Park, a collection of Communist era statues, plaques and reliefs. Like many former Communist countries the statues to the great and good of the fallen regime were toppled or dismantled shortly after the respective revolutions. Much of … Read More

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