Wenceslas Square has played, and still does play, a major role in the heritage of Prague. Designed as more of a boulevard than a square, it is named after Saint Wenceslas the patron saint of Bohemia and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Fusion Hotel Prague, Europe’s hippest, hottest and funkiest new hotel, saw its highly anticipated grand opening last month amid much media buzz, a venue that promises to be not just the coolest place to STAY in town, but the coolest place to BE, full stop.
Europe is fascinating, complex and diverse but also a place of contrasts and sometimes mysteries. Less popular and unjustly undervalued, the East of Europe actually provides an authentic travel experience from the different ranges of cultures and historical landmarks here, to surprising landscapes, warm hospitality and undiscovered places. Like so many undiscovered treasures, Eastern Europe is all set to enthrall new-found friends.
Few can deny that Eastern Europe’s favorite city break has everything going for it. With its combination of cheap, great-tasting beer, its stunning medieval architecture and its beautiful women, Prague is one of the few cities that really doesn’t exaggerate when it claims to have “something for everyone”
Prague may be the Czech capital, and one of the most popular tourist drags, but for Easter, you should consider other destinations.
Argophilia Travel News has come to a decision on its favorite Eastern European cities to welcome 2012.
From all of us at Argophila, to all of you we report for, Merry Christmas. This year, and in the new year to come, our hope is for you and the world. May all the dreams of a lifetime come true worldwide. This is a big wish, yes, but not a sincere one from all our staff and collaborators.
What do Berlin, Vienna, Prague, Paris and Zurich have in common? This year, all these destinations are Christmas market favorites for British Airways.
UK travelers looking for a weekend city break away will achieve the best value for money in Eastern Europe, according to a new survey by the British Post Office.
This Valentine’s take that special someone to a love nest never before experienced, Eastern Europe for example. Prague and Malta make for unforgettable romantic getaway spots. And the room service is incomparable.
An upcoming tour offering may present those in search of Bohemian Europe a rare opportunity. Departing Vienna, Insight Vacations offer a 9 day excursion through Prague and Budapest after a two day stay in Austria. These luxury tours of 2011 are surprisingly affordable without cutting corners. This may be the perfect way to be introduced to Eastern Europe’s charms.