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A Travel Blog by stereobread
A year studying abroad in Central and Eastern Europe, my first time away from North America.
Winter trip with Lou interailing through central Europe and seeing what Austria and Hungary have to offer.
A Travel Blog by hodge
... welcome to this travelblog across Central Europe. Not so much a back packing trip but my girlfriend and myself travelled through central europe on the train staying in posh hotels and enjoying sightseeing. We started our trip in Salzburg travelled by train ...
A Travel Blog by eolr
... to Lithuania. I've always wanted to go to Lithuania, as it is my maternal grandmother's country of origin. Then I'm going to Hungary for a thermal bath, and then the Czech Republic (pint of Budvar please!). I'll be travelling by train and staying in youth ...
A Travel Blog by beagui
With the scope of visiting two friends (Miroslav and Markus), working in the EGU and presenting our first publication (a poster), we left for central Europe in April 2008. Here you have some impressions from this trip...
A Travel Blog by crismanila77
... effort & level of adventure. Highlights were the constant reminders of the Nazis and Soviet occupations virtually everywhere in Central Europe, the thermal baths of Budapest, Istanbul's enormous Hagia Sophia, Turkey's archaeological sites, the generous and ...
Dobry den! In May and June of 2006, I traveled with 31 (yes, it was quiiiite a lot) other students from University of Richmond and later with my parents around Central Europe. What an adventure!
A Travel Blog by lilli466
I bet you never knew Central Europe could be this exciting...
Traveling myself by train around east europe, Italy, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovaquia, Poland and Croatia
A Travel Blog by samuvk
Is my firt experience traveling alone and is a great experience. I met a lot of people from a lot of countries around the world. East Europe is fine. In east europe is a little dificult to comunicate with people because most of then don't speak english ...
A Travel Blog by victorkubik
Nordic / Baltic / East European
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A Travel Blog by mjs81
Welcome to the my journey through Eastern Europe during the summer of 2003. Trying to experience these countries pre-EU was the ultimate goal...enjoy!
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A Travel Blog entry by roamingmonk from Tihany, Lake Balaton, Hungary
Further north to Lake Balaton in central Hungary, known for its wine as well, as well as the hordes of people that 'relax' by the lake. We spent a few days here, though, to be honest, although it is a nice setting, it got more tourists (including ...
A Travel Blog entry by michellendave from Rackeve, Central Hungary, Hungary
... for rain by 8 am. We were cautiously relieved; we didn't want to hex it. We read in the news about the heavy rain Central Europe has been hit with. The Donau and other rivers are threatening to overflow their banks in places. Hectic City Ride to the Bike ...
A Travel Blog entry by laurie-shawn from Budpest, Central Hungary, Hungary
... price of gas because his usual job is truck driving. On this day, there were 58 trucks waiting to cross the border from Serbia to Hungary. He said they wait on a daily basis 4-5 hours to cross. Every day. This is because it's the last border ...
A Travel Blog entry by rloc from Biatorbagy, Central Hungary, Hungary
... to see along the roads – mainly pine trees and bush and not very many villages passed or seen). All of a sudden we are in Hungary. The fields here are a lot more yellow and sun burned. Sun flowers and corn seems to be the most common crops to grow. ...
A Travel Blog entry by sherazch from Budapest, Hungary
... on all the time! I did not know it before I arrived but Aug 20 is a huge holiday (Saint Stephan's Day) in Hungary. I ended up in Budapest after a fun and relaxing all-night train from Venice. I met two Turkish ...
A Travel Blog entry by travelinkerry from Budapest, Hungary
... is next to City Park and in the center is Millennium Memorial. The statues are leaders of seven tribes that founded Hungary in the 9th century. There are also statues of important statesmen in Hungarian history surrounding the memorial in a semi-circular ...
A Travel Blog entry by londone7 from Budapest, Hungary
... nothing about what was going on in Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe. A major power that emerged in Central Europe was the Kingdom of Hungary in the late Middle Ages. This Kingdom was three times the size of modern day Hungary. Eventually an ...
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Vamhaz korut 1-3, , Budapest, Hungary1359 reviews
Budapest's largest and most expansive indoor market, built in the neo-Gothic style, offers a variety of food stalls, from fresh vegetables, fowl and meat to wine and liquor shops.