European Destinations

48 Hours in Budapest

Quick Facts:LANGUAGE: Hungarian CURRENCY: Hungary is not officially on the euro and still uses its own currency. However, the euro is accepted almost everywhere. PEAK TOURIST SEASON:  Summer months (June through August) RESTAURANTS:  Mazel Tov, Spoon, New York Cafe,...

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How to Spend 48 Hours in Amsterdam

QUICK FACTSLANGUAGE: Dutch CURRENCY:   Euro PEAK TOURIST SEASON:  June-August and tulip season in late Spring TRANSPORTATION: Amsterdam is a very walkable city.  If your destination is to far to walk, the public tram system is very easy to navigate. MUSEUM TICKETS: ...

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Top Things to do in Budapest, Hungary

Visit Fisherman's Bastion One of the most iconic attractions and our personal favorite stop, Fisherman's Bastion should be at the top of any "must see" list when visiting Budapest.  Set high on the hill on the Buda side of the city, the site offers gorgeous city views...

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Budapest Photo Journal

The capital of Hungary and the country's most populous city, Budapest is a vibrant city full of history mixed with modern vibes. The Danube River runs through the middle of the city separating the two sides: Pest and Buda. Filled with notable momuments: Hungarian...

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Top Things to do in Bruges, Belgium

Bruges, Belgium was the second city stop on our recent trip and arguably our most favorite. The quaint city is easily walkable and gives off a relaxing vibe of waffles, chocolate and beer. What more could you want?! TRAVEL LOGISTICS Although, our short visit to the...

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Guide to Amsterdam

KNOW BEFORE YOU GOLANGUAGE: Official language is Dutch. CURRENCY:   The Netherlands are on the Euro. Most places will accept a credit card but not in the markets. It is necessary to have cash on hand. WHEN TO GO:  Peak tourist season in Amsterdam are the summer...

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Guide to Budapest, Hungary

KNOW BEFORE YOU GOLANGUAGE: Hungarian is the official language. CURRENCY: Hungary is not officially on the euro and still uses its own currency. However, the euro is accepted almost everywhere. Just make sure you are getting a favorable exchange rate.  We found it...

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Top Things to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Located on the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is a a medieval city bursting with history and charm.  Seized and damaged during the Bosnian War in the early 90s, Croatia specifically Dubrovnik has become a prominent tourist destination in the Mediterranean Sea.  Check out our...

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Guide to the Dalmatian Coast, Croatia

KNOW BEFORE YOU GOCURRENCY: Croatian Kuna.  Croatia is not on the Euro.  Most places will take a credit card but it is helpful to have cash for tips and street vendors. LANGUAGE: Standard Croatian is the official language.  English is widely spoken as well. WHEN TO...

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Review of the Blue Lagoon, Iceland

An iconic spot in Iceland, the Blue Lagoon will be mentioned on any search for things to do in Iceland.  A man made lagoon heated by volcanic activity, the waters are the most beautiful color of blue and the silica mud at the bottom has healing properties for your...

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