Best Hotels Prague, Czech Republic

best prague hotels

Our core mission when finding you the best hotels in Prague: Design – We believe you should sleep somewhere that inspires you – No matter your budget. Unique – No cookie cutter rooms. Always feel like you are somewhere new and exciting. Near Good Food – Whether in the hotel itself, or very nearby. Your tastebuds need satisfaction! Where are the BEST places to stay in Prague?     Map …

Best Hotels Budapest Hungary

Best Hotels Budapest

Our core mission when finding you the best hotels in Budapest Hungary: Design – We believe you should sleep somewhere that inspires you – No matter your budget. Unique – No cookie cutter rooms. Always feel like you are somewhere new and exciting. Near Good Food – Whether in the hotel itself, or very nearby. Your tastebuds need satisfaction! Where are the BEST places to stay in Budapest?   Massive …

Best Hotels Bucharest Romania

Best Hotels in Bucharest

Our core mission when finding you the best hotels in Bucharest Romania: Design – We believe you should sleep somewhere that inspires you – No matter your budget. Unique – No cookie cutter rooms. Always feel like you are somewhere new and exciting. Near Good Food – Whether in the hotel itself, or very nearby. Your tastebuds need satisfaction! Where are the BEST places to stay in Bucharest Romania?   …

Best Hotels In Tbilisi Georgia

best hotels Tbilisi Georgia

Our core mission when finding you the best hotels in Tbilisi Georgia: Design – We believe you should sleep somewhere that inspires you – No matter your budget. Unique – No cookie cutter rooms. Always feel like you are somewhere new and exciting. Near Good Food – Whether in the hotel itself, or very nearby. Your tastebuds need satisfaction! Where are the BEST Hotels in Tbilisi Georgia?   Map Data (c) 2017 …

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Crete Food. Where Farm To Table Isn’t A Fad – It’s A Way Of Life

Crete food - farm to table in Greece

Farm To Table – It seems to be the latest slogan being thrown around in the foodie world a lot lately. What a crazy concept! In this day and age is it really bizarre to think that things we consume actually come from farms not supermarkets? We are so used to pre-packaged supermarket foods it would be interesting to see how many people know how a pineapple, or even okra …

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2 Dishes That Will Rock Your World In Georgia (Europe) – and where you can learn to make them!

What to eat in Georgia (Europe)

“No one is born a great cook , one learns by doing” Julia Childs It’s one of the traveling foodie experiences we love the most – cooking classes. What can possibly be better than learning from a professional cook or chef  how to make the local cuisine? It’s way up there on our ‘Must Do’ list in any country we visit….and Georgia was no different. We had been told about …

19 Photos To Inspire You To Visit Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Veliko Tarnovo: Incredible food & wine (& cheese!) surrounded by Bulgarian history. The town is built on steep hills with a meandering river below.

From some of the best cheesy bread we’ve ever had to strange but fascinating contemporary art in the Patriarch’s church at the top of Tsarevets fortress. We explore the tasty and the scenic in the former capital of the 2nd Bulgarian empire – Veliko Tarnovo. Here or some of our favourite shots to help inspire you to visit Veliko Tarnovo yourself. Veliko Tarnovo in Photos Eating great food is one …

Best and worst in travel 2015

16 countries and 2 continents. Our best and worst Food Fun Travel experiences for 2015. Find out what we loved and what we loathed.

16 countries across 2 continents. We’ve lost track of the amount of miles, but it’s been plenty! During that time we have seen, stayed, experienced and thoroughly chowed down on a lot of amazing things, and some not so good things… As always, full time travel can be stressful as well as inspiring. But with a full 365 days traversing the globe in 2015, what should you be going to …

Visiting Romania – Things to do in Brasov

Visiting Romania - Things to do in Brasov

Surrounded by the southern Carpathian mountains and nestled in the heart of Transylvania, Brasov is the place where Romanians go when they want a holiday. Yes the main street could be considered quite ‘touristy’, with bars and restaurants as far as the eye can see. But you will find a nice mix of locals and foreigners in this historic little town. Summer or Winter – Brasov has something to offer everyone. We …

Exploring the oldest amusement park in the world – through the lens of a polaroid camera.

Polawalk tour Vienna

Don’t own a time machine? You don’t need a Delorean to travel back in time. Explore days gone by at the oldest continuously running amusement park in the world right here, right now. How? By taking a polaroid tour of Vienna’s “Wurstelprater”. The Prater area of Vienna was once imperial hunting grounds and only accessible for the aristocracy. But in 1766, Emperor Josef II donated the land, and it was …

A trip to Budapest – Food, Fun, Adventure!

Budapest Jewish Quarter - discover the alternative budapest

Goulash and cabbage. That’s what my 1990’s geography education had instilled in my brain to expect as the highlight of Budapest. Whatever cold war government propaganda had filled those classroom textbooks, even if there was some truth to it… It’s not true anymore and it massively misses the mark on what has now become my favourite city in Central Europe. The stereotypical goulash and cabbage are there. And, in fact, …

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Top 5 Non Schengen Countries in Europe to Visit

Kotor Montenegon non schengen countires

If you’re a long term traveller in Europe, and you’re not one of the lucky bastards to have been born in the EU. Then you’re most likely going to be on a schengen visa. If you’re new to the concept of the schengen visa – lets start at the beginning for you: What is a schengen visa? It’s a visa that allows you free movement between the 26 countries in …