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Krakow, Poland - Flickr CC davidberkowitz

Krakow is among the biggest metropolis in Poland and it is famous for its wide variety of tourist attractions. The Polish Kings resided in Krakow between 1038 and 1596 hence it was considered the capital city then. All the ancient architecture in this city has survived for several centuries hence most of the tourists traveling […]

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Gorgeous spring views in Krakow, Poland by flickr user Lars K. Jensen

> Springtime in Poland It may not seem like it, but springtime is just around the corner. If you’re looking to get away this spring, consider planning a trip to Poland. Springtime starts early—at the beginning of March—in Poland, with weather conditions improving to mostly sunny by early May. The country is really quite lovely […]

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Pool in Budapest, Hungary - Flickr CC ph_en

Hungary is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe having Budapest as its capital. The city of Budapest is central to the economy of the country including the tourism industry. This is not because of it playing important administrative functions, but due to the numerous places of interest that you can visit. Your trip […]

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Astronomical Clock in Prague, Old Town Square - Flickr CC jay8085

The one place you have to visit at least once in your lifetime is Prague. The history of Prague dates back to around 200 BC giving it a rich cultural heritage. The Czech Republic capital has a temperate climate and boasts of a population of well over 1.5 million people. Charles Bridge One of the […]

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christmas market in old town, prague, czech republic - Flickr image by Dave_B_

Winter may not be everyone’s preferred season to travel to Europe, but for those willing to wear a few thick layers and wrap a cozy scarf around their necks, it’s an experience that will reward you with the magic only Christmas time can bring. I’m talking about the Christmas Markets! Here are three of the […]

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