Last month Kraków was named a UNESCO City of Literature, only the 7th city to hold the prestigious title along with Edinburgh, Melbourne, Iowa City, Dublin, Reykjavík, and Norwich in England.
Eastern Europe is full of amazing countries – each with their own unique identity and culture. It is a great place to visit because the exchange rate is low in addition to the already cheaper standard of living. Simply put, traveling to Eastern Europe means that you will get an amazing opportunity to experience different cultures on a budget this summer.
Europe’s largest hotel search website, Trivago.com has recently launched March report regarding European hotels prices. According trivago Hotel Price Index (tHPI), prepared each month, spring season shows an increase as regards Eastern European destinations.
Do something a little different; climb an ice mountain in Reykjavic, learn belly dancing in Latvia or even get lost in the salt mines of Krakow!
What does this city offer beyond the attraction of stag parties? The answer is a huge amount of culture and a fascinating history.
With sorcerers flying around the city on oversized cockerels, maiden-eating dragons and enchanted pigeons the talk of Krakow’s folklore, Poland’s second city clearly loves its legends. This month, one of the most colorful of them all comes to life, energizing the whole city as people come together to celebrate victory in an ancient battle against […]