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While Austria may not have made the World Cup, the city of spies boasts many communities from every corner of the globe. Which means whatever your team, you’ll find the crowd you need to help cheer on your favourite soccer team! Here’s where you can watch the 2018 World Cup...Read more
No matter how long you have to spend in Austria’s capital, you won’t be disappointed. Whether you’re strolling aimlessly along the Danube Canal, getting your culture fix in the MuseumsQuartier, or sipping coffee at a sidewalk café, you’re likely to be smitten fairly quickly. Only have 24 hours to enjoy...Read more
Travelling by train in Central Europe is cheap, effective and will connect you to many Urban Adventures cities. Here’s how to travel like a boss and make the most of Central Europe’s extensive and easy train service. Krakow Taking a train, without doubt, is the most effective way of travelling...Read more
No one knows local life like our guides. That’s why we’ve asked them take us around their favourite ‘hoods and offer their insider tips on seeing the city like a true local. If Stromovka sounds like your kind of place, local Prague guide Silvie and her team can show you...Read more
Year-round, local markets are the best place to get a taste for local life (literally, since you can scoop up tasty snacks as you browse!). But at Christmas time, markets become so much more than just a place to shop — they become magical winter wonderlands filled with tasty cold-weather...Read more
There are a lot of things that draw people to Prague. Maybe it’s the fascinating mixed bag of Instagram-worthy architecture (from gothic to art nouveau to baroque), or maybe it’s the abundance of picture-perfect cafés, or the many gardens and parks that seem to beckon aimless travellers looking for a...Read more
Only have a mere 24 hours in Bratislava? No worries, we’ve got you covered with the best things to see and do and best places to eat and drink during a quick visit to this fantastic Slovakian city. Early morning (7am – 9am) Bratislava typically hosts a lot of sporting...Read more
Over the past half-century, we have seen a major shift in society — mass rural to urban migration. Across the world, in almost every single country, significant portions of the population have left farmlands, villages, and small towns for bigger towns and megacities, in hopes of better prospects. Europe, for...Read more
Bratislava is a city that is often overlooked in favour of more popular central European cities that are nearby, like Prague, Budapest, andRead more
Vienna; however, Bratislava offers a unique look into the history of the area on a path less travelled. Located on the River Danube, Bratislava stages a contrast...
Don’t get us wrong, being home for the holidays can be awesome. We love the family, the food, the friends, the food… more of the food. But what we don’t love? The crowds at the mall, the stress of finding the “perfect” New Year’s Eve bash, the anxiety of trying to...Read more