Nowadays there is a lot of information about visiting Vienna. By browsing the web you’ll find numerous posts titled, “48 Hours in Vienna”, “10 Reasons to like Vienna” and countless travel guides, so I won’t add to the overwhelming list of positive reviews and travel resources. However, I do want
You cannot visit Vienna and not dine at a Heuriger. During our recent visit to Austria we dinned at the Heuriger Hans Maly, which is about an hour outside of the city center. Here we had a great evening meal accompanied by fresh wine. However, the highlight of the evening feast was the Apfelstrudel.
There’s something refreshingly unpretentious about Budapest. It doesn’t crave attention because it knows that architecturally, it has an exotic twist that effortlessly lures you in . One can grow exhausted from walking on either side of the Dunabe and still be left with wanting more of its “Art Noveau” architectural paradise. Budapest’s
I have fallen in love, yet again. Only this time it happened in Central Europe. It’s no wonder Mozart had a special relationship with Prague. From its people, history, arts, and architecture, it’s full of charisma, elegance, and life! Charles Bridge, early in the morning hours is the perfect place