Off the Beaten Rail Path – Six Alternative Destinations in Central Europe

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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.

Indie Travel in the Czech Republic for $45 Per Day

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In these days of mass tourism, the Czech Republic can be more expensive than its reputation suggests, but it doesn’t have to be. John Guzdek gives you a guide to exploring and indulging yourself for just $45 per day.

My First Marathon – Pisa, Italy

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John Guzdek naively thought it was a good idea to run his first marathon in the sweltering heat of the Tuscan countryside, however, the beautiful countryside would more than make up for it.

Communism and Kitsch in Central Europe – Krakow, Budapest, Bratislava, Berlin, Europe

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With the fall of the Soviet Union, Central Europe has opened up to Western tourists. Alongside the return of the old favourites, Communism has become a tourist attraction. John Guzdek provides a guide to the new Communist East.

Coach Trips: Testing the Stereotypes – Paris, France

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Coach trips receive a bad reputation in Britain as the sole domain of the old and infirm. John Guzdek wanted to see how truthful the stereotypes were, and if they may have a place in younger travellers’ plans.

Beyond the Astronomical Clock – Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

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Puzzled by the attraction of the Astronomical Clock? Attracted by the beauty of Charles Bridge but not the crowds? John Guzdek believes he has the guide to the real Prague.

Exploring Football in Europe

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John Guzdek and Alex went to Europe to experience football, to see how the fans, the stadiums and the experience differed from place to place.