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Visiting Trieste: A City Combining Cultures

Visiting Trieste: A City Combining Cultures

Trieste is a city like no other. A true mix of cultures, Trieste exudes Italian, Austrian and Slovenian influences. That’s what makes visiting Trieste so special: you can experience different cuisines, architectures and cultures all on one holiday in a single destination. This has always been a city in-between. Let’s take a look at how you… Continue Reading

Your Reading List for Budapest

Your Reading List for Budapest

In this week’s books for travel blog post we move to the beautiful city of Budapest, known by locals as “Paris on the Danube.” Budapest is a gorgeous destination for travel in Central Europe, and a very cultured city. Visiting Budapest will be the highlight of any European vacation. Are you interested in history, architecture,… Continue Reading

Your Reading List for Vienna

This week we continue our book blog series with the beautiful and historic city of Vienna, the capital of Austria. The former throne of the Austro-hungarian Empire, Vienna was also something of a melting pot in the 19th and early 2th century. Back then, remarkable cultural figures from around Europe and beyond did some of… Continue Reading

Your Reading List for Vienna
Your Reading List for Prague

Your Reading List for Prague

Books are both perfect souvenirs and traveling companions because they’re never too big to fit in your suitcase! If your fridge is already covered with magnets and there’s no space for new nicknacks on your shelves, you should consider buying a book or two on your next trip with JayWay Travel! The items we usually… Continue Reading

Spring Festivals in Central and Eastern Europe

Spring Festivals in Central and Eastern Europe

Spring is a big deal in Central and Eastern Europe. That’s not only because many of these countries were once pagan, but also because they have to put up with a long, dark winter. So when spring finally comes around, people are ready to celebrate. Most spring festivals in Central and Easter Europe involve burning… Continue Reading

Meet the Dwarves of Wroclaw, Poland

Meet the Dwarves of Wroclaw, Poland

This is a guest post as part of our #JayWayPoland blogger project by Natasha Amar. We arranged all the details of Natasha’s stay in Wroclaw and Warsaw in August 2018. Want to go see Poland for yourself? In Wroclaw, Poland’s fourth largest city, the first thing you’ll likely notice—or rather, gape at—is the strikingly beautiful… Continue Reading

The Coolest Summer Gardens in Bucharest

The Coolest Summer Gardens in Bucharest

There’s no better way to spend your evening during summer than to escape the heat and noise and relax in one of the many beautiful summer gardens in Bucharest, the resurgent capital of Romania. Pick your oasis of calm in the heart of the city! Here is our selection of top summer gardens in the city. Cafe… Continue Reading

The Best Danube River Cruises in Budapest

The Best Danube River Cruises in Budapest

Locals call Budapest “Paris on the Danube,” and with good reason. This beautiful city sparkles like The City of Lights, especially at night. The Danube and its bridges are even more impressive than the Seine. Exploring the city’s gorgeous architecture is a necessity. And Budapest’s Christmas markets are famous throughout Europe. But if you want… Continue Reading

Visiting Dresden: How to Discover the City’s Local Side

Visiting Dresden: How to Discover the City’s Local Side

Dresden is one of the most famous cities in Germany. Unfortunately it’s famous in part for being nearly totally destroyed during World War II. Dresden’s Old Town has been marvelously rebuilt and these days you can hardly tell there was any damage done here. When you’re visiting Dresden you’ll definitely want to tour this fascinating,… Continue Reading

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