In Europe, Christmas markets are a treasured holiday tradition. Here are some of our favorites.
Top 10 Things to Do in Prague
Prague is one of the most popular cities in Europe. Here are 10 top things to do in this beautiful city.
Capital Cities, Castles and More along the Danube River
A cruise along the Danube River to Austria, Croatia, Hungry and the Czech Republic leads to some of Europe’s most magnificent cities, charming towns and lovely scenery. Passengers explore intriguing chapters of history, are introduced to fascinating cultures and have opportunities to visit major museums, explore inviting neighborhoods and meet and mingle with locals.
Grand Circle Blue Danube River Cruise: What Happens on the Ship Stays on the Ship….
Visiting the four European capitals of Budapest, Hungary, Prague, Czech Republic, Vienna, Austria and Bratislava, Slovakia on Grand Circle’s Blue Danube River Cruise is a mesmerizing experience. But the wondrous time on the ship itself is a major appeal of the trip, as well.
Cities of Light: Viking Cruise from Prague to Paris
This Prague to Paris Viking Cruise along the Main, Rhine and Moselle Rivers enables travelers to soak up European history.
Christmas Market at Prague’s Old Town Square
Visiting Staroměstské Náměstí, Prague’s Old Town Square? Read one traveler’s tips for which stalls have the best food, drinks, and shopping.
Three Cultures, One City
When a Lebanese woman attends an American study abroad program in Prague, it makes for an unusual but rewarding cultural collage.
The Skeletons of Sedlec: A Sacred Gallery of Art
Crowns, scepters and chandeliers are just a few works of art created with surprising materials in this unusual gallery.
Au Revoir Paris, Hello Prague
You may find me, not sipping a velvety Bordeaux in the Marais, but rather, drinking a pilsner in Wenceslas Square.
Sister Cities: Budapest, Prague and Vienna
Discover the grandiose architecture of these three cities and the charms that distinguish them.
Prague: The City of Kafka
Retrace Kafka’s life and characters in this Czech city. Careful, though. As Kafka said, “This dear little mother has sharp claws.”