Bratislava, Slovakia – Top Things To See and Do

Top Things To See and Do In Bratislava, Slovakia While Johann Strauss’ “The Blue Danube” may conjure up the vision of a beautiful waltz in Vienna, another hidden gem lies along the Danube River in Slovakia. While the Danube is not actually blue and Vienna is 80km west, there is good reason to add Bratislava,Continue reading “Bratislava, Slovakia – Top Things To See and Do”

Hvar, Croatia – Best Things To See And Do

Best Things To See And Do In Hvar, Croatia With its white-washed architecture, cobbled streets and clear blue Adriatic waters, it is no wonder Hvar is called “The Queen of the Dalmatian Islands”. Situated just 48km off the coast of Split, Croatia, Hvar is the fourth largest of Croatia’s 1,100 coastal islands and a favoriteContinue reading “Hvar, Croatia – Best Things To See And Do”

Prague, Czech Republic – Top Things To See and Do In Winter

Ahh, Prague … The “City of a Hundred Spires”! What is there not to like about Prague? From its Old Town Square, cobbled streets, horse drawn carriages, beautiful architecture to the Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge spanning the Vitava River – it is truly one of Europe’s finest cities. We doubt you could throwContinue reading “Prague, Czech Republic – Top Things To See and Do In Winter”

EU Parliament Approves Croatia To Schengen Zone

European Parliament Approves Croatia’s Admission To Schengen Zone The European Parliament has cleared the way for the admission of Croatia to the bloc’s passport-free Schengen zone, leaving the final decision in the hands of the EU’s government leaders.

Split, Croatia – Best Things To See And Do

Best Things To See And Do In Split, Croatia There are few places in the world quite like Croatia. The beauty of the Adriatic Sea combined with ancient history leads to one fun filled adventure, which is why Croatia has become one of the hottest low-key travel destinations for travelers of all ages.

Rovinj, Croatia – Best Things To See And Do

Rovinj, the picturesque Croatian seaside city situated on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula just 40km to the northwest of Pula.  Easily accessible by ferry from either Pula or Venice, Rovinj is the second most visited town in Croatia behind Dubrovnik. Although a favorite of European travelers, unfortunately, Rovinj is not that well known to BritishContinue reading “Rovinj, Croatia – Best Things To See And Do”