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5 Places to Taste Real Bulgarian Cuisine in Sofia

5 Places to Taste Real Bulgarian Cuisine in Sofia

By Ana Dobrevska, guest blogger from Sofia, Bulgaria Sofia can offer you much more than you might imagine in terms of cultural heritage and authenticity. Apart from having the second largest cathedral on the Balkan Peninsula, the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, as well as the enchanting mountain of Vitosha, which is reachable even by public transportation, another

What’s New in Prague: 3 Fresh Favorites

What’s New in Prague: 3 Fresh Favorites

Prague’s dining scene ebbs and flows, like the river that runs through the center of the city. New places are opening all the time, and sometimes they’re exceptional. The three restaurants we’ve chosen to highlight here are all standout examples of things done right. Bistrot 104 This isn’t Prague’s first slightly hipster, Nordic-inspired (think Noma) eatery. Field,

Luxe Lunch for Less in Prague

Luxe Lunch for Less in Prague

Prague has its fair share of fine dining restaurants where you’re in for a bill of at least $100 per person if you opt for a tasting menu, but many of these high-end establishments also offer a very reasonably priced lunch menu, so you can try some fantastic dishes in a stylish setting for much

Break with tradition in Dubrovnik

Break with tradition in Dubrovnik

We love Croatian food, it’s all about the fresh ingredients and simple preparation, accompanied with a local wine it is tough to beat. But after a week or so of the same flavors you could be forgiven for craving some novelty (and more novelty than just switching to local versions of Italian pizza and pasta). We

Expert Interview: Evan Rail

Expert Interview: Evan Rail

Evan Rail is one of the world’s foremost beer writers and a regular contributor to the New York Times ’36 Hours In…’ series of travel articles. I first started reading his restaurant reviews in the no-longer-in-print Prague Post back in the early 2000s, He’s still based in Prague but travels all over Europe in search of

Food of the Baltics

Food of the Baltics

This guest post is by Laura Longwell, half of travel blogging couple Travel Addicts who joined us on a 10 Day Tour of the Baltic States as part of the #JayWayBaltics blogger project. The cuisine of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania is heavily based on seasonality and the countries’ location in Northern Europe. Traditionally, food in

9 Things you should know about Vis

9 Things you should know about Vis

Vis, is sometimes referred to as Croatia’s ‘fortress island’, which doesn’t make it sound too appealing but there’s a lot more to the place than that. Vis is the furthest inhabited island from the Croatian mainland and occupies am important strategic position in the Adriatic sea. It isn’t the easiest to get to – the

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