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A Walk along Munich’s Isar River

A Walk along Munich’s Isar River

Munich is a city famous for its beerhalls, markets and vibrant urban atmosphere. But many visitors don’t realize that just beyond the cobblestones, Munich also offers beautiful natural landscapes. Munich’s Isar River runs practically through the center of the city and offers numerous diversions for travelers looking to trade the streets for trails while enjoying pleasant views

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

Visiting Plitvice Lakes National Park

Visiting Plitvice Lakes National Park

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  The Plitvice Lakes National Park is Croatia’s oldest and largest national park, covering an area of 114 square miles. Fortunately you don’t have to walk all of it to see the highlights! Spectacular natural beauty I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. On our visits to the park we’ve always been lucky with the weather, clear skies bathing the whole

Helsinki: The Home of Modern Design

Helsinki: The Home of Modern Design

For the average traveller, Finland probably conjures up images of steamy saunas, reindeer, Nokia cameras and the classical composer Jean Sibelius. But Finland today, and especially Helsinki, is home to some of the world’s most innovative designers. The design shops in Helsinki are world-famous, and there’s an entire district of the city dedicated to showing

The Best Jazz Clubs in Krakow

The Best Jazz Clubs in Krakow

From Frederic Chopin to Paweł Maciwoda, bassist for the Scorpions, Poland is a country of musicians. So it makes sense that Krakow, one of Poland’s most vibrant cities, has a rich music scene. There are classical concerts galore here, many of which are oriented toward tourists. But if you look a little harder, you’ll find plenty

Don’t Miss Devin Castle in Bratislava

Don’t Miss Devin Castle in Bratislava

One of the oldest castles in Slovakia, Devin Castle in Bratislava is an interesting site that many visitors to the capital unfortunately miss out on, even though it’s only about 10 minutes from Old Town. While it may not be as stately as Bratislava Castle, it’s well worth seeing. Not only because Devin is an incredibly atmospheric spot that will

Prague’s Letna Park, the Perfect Place to Relax

Prague’s Letna Park, the Perfect Place to Relax

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You might not realize it if you stay on-the-beaten-path, but Prague has more to offer than Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, winding streets and churches. Anyone seeking a more authentic Czech experience should turn their attention outside Old Town and Lesser Town. Prague’s Letna Park is conveniently located and just about perfect. The name Letna means something like “good

Warsaw’s Must-See Museums

Warsaw’s Must-See Museums

Warsaw is an irrepressible city with a history that has spanned from triumph to tragedy. Emerging from communism to become one of the most vibrant destinations in Central Europe, Warsaw has a little of everything, from excellent dining to great jazz clubs. But this is also a fantastic place for visiting museums, as there seems to be

Dictatorial, in a Good Way

Dictatorial, in a Good Way

We arranged a 12 day tour of Central Europe for Jing Lu and her family, taking in Berlin, Prague, Vienna and Budapest. Our guests describe what it’s like to travel with JayWay better than we ever could! I am so blessed to have found JayWay Travel. Jayway planned our trip and executed it to such