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.

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.

Five of Europe’s Cosiest Christmas Markets

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Anne-Sophie Redisch checks out European Christmas markets and mulled wine.

Adventure in a Slovakian Hostel – Bratislava, Europe

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Tanya Cosentino and friend learned that Bratislava is an amazing city – if you're prepared to brave the holiday drinkers!

The Scoop on Slovakia

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John Adams passes on his insight on what he’s learned in Slovakia.

Bratislava, Slovakia – May 1999

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As all of you know, European countries are dominated by their capitals. Slovakia is represented by Bratislava and benefiting from its place between Vienna and Budapest, Bratislava is slowly receiving the attention it deserves. Calling itself (as all central European capitals do) the heart of Europe, Bratislava remains in the inner circle of Central European […]