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Alchemy in Prague

This guest post is by Cheryl MacDonald and Lisa Chavis of What Boundaries Travel, who were guests of JayWay Travel as part of the #JayWayPrague blogger project in the summer of 2015. They left behind their executive level careers and have been traveling the world since 2007. Their goal is to travel … Read More

Vienna’s Jewish Heritage & Sights

Of all the cities in Europe, Vienna has perhaps the richest and most deeply seated Jewish heritage. Despite persistent and recurring waves of anti-Semitism, of which the Holocaust was only the most recent, Vienna’s Jewish community has remained vibrant and significant and today Vienna’s Jewish heritage & sights are some of the richest … Read More

Travel Different: Stay in a National Monument

Mostar‘s Old Bridge Area is one of just two UNESCO World Heritage Listed sites in Bosnia and Herzegovina and sees more visitors than anywhere else in the country but the majority of them stay for just a few hours on a day trip from Dubrovnik or by detouring a little … Read More

KGB Museum Vilnius

The official name of the museum is The Museum of Genocide Victims but locals refer to it as the KGB Museum. Regarded by most guidebooks as a must-see, we tend to agree, with the proviso that some will have a problem with the chilling nature of such an exhibition. The … Read More

European Motoring Heritage Tours

Europe was the birthplace of many famous marques and for many countries is still an integral part of the industrial scene. Car fanatics traveling through Central & Eastern Europe have several opportunities to indulge their passion, via automobile museums or factory tours. In this article we take a look at the … Read More

2014: Riga’s Year in the Spotlight

In 2014 the cultural spotlight that is ‘European Capital of Culture’ turns to Riga, the capital of Latvia – one of the three Baltic states and a recent addition to our destination offering. Riga has a rich history as a city of culture in any case, with art galleries, theatres … Read More

Slovakia’s UNESCO Sites – Banska Stiavnica

Banska Stiavnica, on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1993 is the oldest mining town in Slovakia and due to its mineral wealth (gold, silver and copper were all mined here) it was both prosperous and sought after – the Turks tried to conquer it during a prolonged invasion of … Read More

Municipal House

Cultural Rainy Day Ideas for Prague

It’s usually dry during daytime through spring and summer but it’s always good to have a backup plan if it rains on your Prague vacation. Here are some ideas for some culturally enriching diversions. Get artsy There’s a wide range of galleries in Prague, many of them part of the … Read More

Rainy Day ideas for Dubrovnik

We do everything we can to make your vacation in Dubrovnik go as smoothly as possible, but there’s one thing we definitely can’t control – the weather. So what is there to do in Dubrovnik on a rainy day? Day at the Museum Dubrovnik is well-stocked with museums such as … Read More

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