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  • Salzburg

    Salzburg

    Salzburg

    Salzburg is the storybook of Austria. Standing beside the fast-flowing Salzach River, your gaze is raised inch by inch to the Altstadts mosaic of graceful domes and spires, the formidable cliff-top fortress and the mountains beyond. The view never disappoints and interestingly it never fails you.

    I think that this amazing place,  Salzburg is Austria’s best city. It is full of history, and though I visited other important cities like Vienna and Graz and they are beautiful on their own way, none of them rivals the charm and beauty of Salzburg. Every moment I enjoyed in Salzburg, even if you wonder around the streets, you always have a beautiful view of something, a thing that flabbergasted me the most.

    The town has managed to preserve an extraordinarily rich urban fabric, developed over the period from the Middle Ages to the 19th century when it was a city-state ruled by a prince-archbishop. The city lies near the German border, it’s about an hour drive from Munich and 3 hour drive from Vienna.

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  • Budapest At its Finest

    The Chain Bridge with the bank of Danube at night

    The Chain Bridge with the bank of Danube at night.

     

    If you’re looking for both beauty and leisure, you should visit Budapest. The Hungarian capital is known for its exceptional beauty, great food and vibrant nightlife. It is one of central Europe’s most dynamic and cosmopolitan capitals. The prosperous and vast Hungarian capital offers you much diversity.

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  • Festivals to travel for: The Burning of the Witches in the Czech Republic

    Prague

    Prague

    Officially, the Czech republic has only been around for less than two decades, but never let it be said that it doesn’t have enough history and traditions to fill an entire library. In one form or another, the Czech Republic has had a pretty important role in European history, so its attractions are not only natural, but historical as well.

    The cities and towns of the Czech Republic are rich in culture, but they are the kind of destinations where you can easily spend your day sightseeing and still find some nice venues where you can go out and party 21st century style in the evening.

    However, one of the most fun things a traveler can do in the Czech Republic is attend one of the countless festivals and fairs that happen almost monthly. Read on to find out more about one of the Czech festivals to travel for: the Burning of the Witches in the Czech Republic.

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  • A traveler’s guide to Liechtenstein

    Vaduz, the capital city of Liechtenstein.

    Vaduz, the capital city of Liechtenstein.

    The tiny landlocked country of Liechtenstein is one of the last remains of the huge and powerful Holy Roman Empire, and while what remains is considerably less intimidating, Liechtenstein has preserved much of the dignified old world charm of its ancestor. Liechtenstein is not cheap, but it has some incredible sights, and it is surprisingly friendly even for backpackers living on a shoestring.

    Hiking, mountain biking and skiing opportunities abound in this small country – it’s like a ‘best-of’ of Central Europe at a slightly highest price than the rest of the continent. Here’s a short traveler’s guide to Liechtenstein for those who are in for an interesting adventure.

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  • A backpacker’s guide to Prague

    Prague, beautiful and mighty

    Prague, beautiful and mighty

    The capital of the Czech Republik is the most widely known tourist attraction in the country, and rightly so. Prague is not only the most beautiful city in the Czech republic, but one of the most amazing ones in Europe. Prague architecture, its nightlife, cultural life and whole atmosphere are powerful tourist magnets, and few people can resist visiting it (and revisiting it) when in Central Europe.

    And the good thing about this city is that it is very budget friendly, so backpackers can easily visit it without worrying about their funds. So if you’re a backpacker planning on visiting Central Europe, here’s a backpacker’s guide to Prague.

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