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Caitlin & Kyle’s Croatia & Slovenia Honeymoon

Caitlin & Kyle’s Croatia & Slovenia Honeymoon

We arranged Caitlin and Kyle’s honeymoon in Croatia and Slovenia in June this year and Caitlin has been posting some photos on her Instagram account that were just too good not to share. She kindly agreed to let us post a selection of them here. Caitlin’s comment says it all! “We had such a great customer service experience

Vienna’s Jewish Heritage & Sights

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. It’s impossible to overestimate the contribution of the Jewish community to the social, cultural and political life

Philadelphia Trail Club Croatia Hiking Trip

Philadelphia Trail Club Croatia Hiking Trip

We recently arranged a hiking trip in Croatia for a group of 15 ladies from the Philadelphia Trail Club and we enjoyed reading their collective feedback so much we just had to share it on our blog. Jane, a member of the group and their travel agent said: Thank you for an outstanding experience in Beautiful Croatia.

Another side to Croatia: Trakoscan and Varazdin

Another side to Croatia: Trakoscan and Varazdin

Just a short drive of less than an hour north of Zagreb in the Zagorje region of the country you’ll find two picturesque and decidedly un-Croatian looking sights, particularly if you started in the south of the country. Both of these places speak more to the history of inland Croatia, quite different to the Roman,

Travel Different: Stay in a National Monument

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 into Bosnia and Herzegovina on

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

The Migrant Situation in Central & Eastern Europe

The Migrant Situation in Central & Eastern Europe

If you watch FOX News and CNN you might be under the impression that Central and Eastern Europe is currently dealing with a tidal wave of migrants mostly from Syria, Afghanistan and Sudan. However the reality in the more touristed towns and cities in the region is much different than these reports would lead you to believe as the

3 Munich Beer Halls That Aren’t the Hofbräuhaus

3 Munich Beer Halls That Aren’t the Hofbräuhaus

Oktoberfest gets underway soon but you don’t need to confine your indulgence to just a one month period of drinking in tents. If you are a beer lover, or even just enjoy experiencing traditional atmospheres while travelling, visiting one of Munich’s many beer halls is a must. The most famous is the Hofbräuhaus and we