Central Europe Travel Articles
Off the Beaten Rail Path – Six Alternative Destinations in Central Europe
Getting a little bored and frustrated by the famous cities of Europe may be inconceivable at the start of an interrail adventure, but it can happen. John Guzdek gives you six attractive alternative destinations to shake up the Central European leg of your journey.
Planning an Extended Trip to Central Europe: Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary
You've been to Paris and Rome, now Jenn Molholt guides you to the less explored side of Europe.
Six Places in Poland You’ve Never Heard Of
Warsaw and Krakow tend to be Poland's most popular tourist cities; however, Jenna Makowski offers insight into some of Poland's lesser known but equally interesting destinations.
8 Things Every Visitor Should Know About Prague Now
Prague ticks off every box on the European "must-have" list for travelers - fascinating history? Check. Gorgeous art and architecture? Check. Affordable? Check, check.....Czech.
Budapest or Bust – Hungary, Europe
Christina Rebuffet-Broadus is on a whirlwind adventure trying to get from France to Hungary in time for the biggest festival in Europe.
No Shelter from East or West – Gdansk, Poland, Europe
Fiona Honor Hurley is followed around Gdansk by a wedding couple seeking the perfect photo opportunity.
Goulash and Pivo – Czech Republic, Europe
Czech Tech was an unexpected path that brought Rachel Nena Krasno and friend closer to the local lifestyle, the music and the land.
On Time in Swizerland – Europe
Vasudev Murthy found Switzerland precise, correct, clean, its currency surprisingly colourful, unlike the people and place.
Sounds across a Clear Sky – Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, Europe
A trip to a remote, Czech village led to far more than a photography opportunity for Rosanna Horsburgh.
Tear Gas in Budapest – Hungary, Europe
Elise Bendikson's fondness for Budapest was only enhanced by her experience of the October 23, 2006 riots, although it did create some inconvenience.