A while ago I shared what to eat in Poland, now let’s talk about all the things to do in Poland between meals! Before I visited Poland on a media trip, I knew little about the country. Now that I’ve explored Warsaw and Krakow and learned a little about its history, I have decided it’s a wonderful, underrated place. Here’s what… Read More
Eastern Europe is a huge region to cover, but we break it down in our travel guides by country and sections.
Chernobyl, Ukraine was the site of a terrible nuclear accident on April 26, 1986 when a reactor meltdown spewed radioactive material all over Europe. A large area around Chernobyl was evacuated and is uninhabitable for thousands of years. This series of Chernobyl pictures show the disaster site 30 years later. Chernobyl Pictures: 30 Years Later A large area around Chernobyl… Read More
I have to say: before I left for my media trip to Poland, my idea of Polish cuisine was pierogi and kielbasa. While I did find those traditional foods aplenty, I also was surprised by the diversity of other foods in Poland, including some pretty amazing contemporary cuisine at cutting-edge restaurants. On your next trip there, make sure you try some… Read More
Budapest is a city like no other. Shaped by centuries of warfare, the capital city of Hungary has gone through various changes and rebuilds. Today, Budapest is a mishmash of different architectural styles from Roman, Turkish, Baroque, with a little modern Art Nouveau thrown into the mix. This creates an opportunity to take unique and diverse pictures of Budapest where… Read More
In case you haven’t visited Slovakia yet, add it to your bucket list immediately. It is becoming a popular tourist destination and the reason is simple. There are so many things to do in Slovakia. Things to Do in Slovakia Slovakia is a growing country full of breathtaking places and amazing things to do. Whether you’re a young solo traveler,… Read More
Legend has it that the Charles Bridge has stood for so long because egg yolks were mixed in with the mortar. But looking at the bridge on any day of the year, regardless of rain, sleet or snow, one could argue the bridge is held together with tourists bear hugging each other from one end to the other. Prague Tourist… Read More