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Ultimate Travel Guide to Cesky Krumlov

Ultimate Travel Guide to Cesky Krumlov

Although Cesky Krumlov has a population of only 13,000 people, the tiny city is full of charm and character. This medieval beauty is hidden in the south of Bohemia in the Czech Republic, right by the Vltava River. It’s this scenic location, combined with cobblestone streets and magnificent architecture, that makes Cesky Krumlov a fairytale destination that you’ll instantly fall in love with. Since 1992, the historic old town of Cesky Krumlov has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While many Central European towns suffered damage during the wars, the central buildings of Cesky Krumlov have peacefully thrived and remained intact throughout the centuries. If you’re unsure about what there is to do in Cesky Krumlov, you’re not alone. In fact, this may even be the first time you’re hearing about this part of the world. Follow along this ultimate travel guide to find out what there is…
Where to stay in Prague

Where to stay in Prague

The capital city of the Czech Republic is one of the prettiest cities in Europe, and attracts a growing number of visitors every year. In a city of two million, with 10 districts, each containing several neighborhoods, it can be difficult to decide where to stay.  Prague has a reliable public transportation network comprised of subway trains, trams and buses, so you can still explore other areas regardless of where you stay. There are 8 main Prague neighborhoods to choose from when deciding where to stay in Prague, which offer the best hotels in Prague. We will cover off all types of Prague accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Prague hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Prague, the best Prague hotels, best places in Prague to visit, the best places to stay in Prague, hotels near Prague attractions, Prague neighborhood guide and many more. Plan your trip…
48 hours in Edinburgh - 2 Day Itinerary

48 hours in Edinburgh – 2 Day Itinerary

Edinburgh is Scotland’s bustling, vibrant capital that is known as the city of festivals, playing host to annual arts, literature and theatre events that draw thousands of visitors to its streets every year, the most famous of which is known as a the Fringe festival. Aside from its thriving arts scene which is a draw for culture lovers, it’s fascinating medieval and Georgian buildings and a history of clans and battles would satisfy history lovers, whilst the mouth-watering cuisine will be sure to tempt epicureans. Scotland is the ideal short city break destination and 48 hours will give you a taste of the wealth of what Scotland has to offer and entice you to return for more! In this lightning guide to Edinburgh in 48 hours, you’ll discover the very best places to explore, eat and immerse yourself in. This guide is perfect for those who only have 48 Hours…
Day trips from Prague

Day trips from Prague

Prague, the beautiful, mystical capital of the Czech Republic is attracting tourists with its unique architecture (Romanesque churches meet Baroque palaces and mingle with Art Nouveau buildings) and the city’s many historic gardens and parks like the popular Wallenstein Gardens. On top of that, the city is tempting the visitors with a vibrant cultural and art scene. Whether you are looking for a place to go on a family holiday or maybe want to add a fun stop to your Europe-road trip, Prague is a great choice. We have prepared for you a list of the best day trips from Prague to make your experience with the Czech capital even more exciting! Plan your trip to Czech Republic Need data for your trip to Czech Republic? We use Tep Wireless which offers unlimited data for $8 per day. Travelling King readers can get 10% off using the discount code TRAVELLINGKING…
Ultimate Travel Guide to Edinburgh

Ultimate Travel Guide to Edinburgh

Edinburgh is Scotland's charming, medieval capital city, and one of the most fascinating destinations within the entire United Kingdom. Though not as large as Glasgow, Edinburgh has a lot to offer visitors. With the Gothic Old Town, sweeping natural landscapes, and the largest annual arts festival in the world, the city has something for every traveller. UNESCO-listed architecture and hiking spots aside, Edinburgh also has a thriving nightlife scene to ensure a fun and memorable time. Whether you’re currently planning a trip to Edinburgh or simply wondering about the city’s attractions, this ultimate travel guide is here to help. Here you will learn all about the best of Edinburgh, from places to see, things to do, foods to eat, and hotels to stay at. Follow along this Edinburgh, Scotland travel guide to get an idea of what your upcoming trip could be like. This ultimate travel guide to Edinburgh will…
Luxury Travel Guide to Edinburgh

Luxury Travel Guide to Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland. Immerse yourself in dramatic and moody landscapes made up of volcanic  peaks, rolling hills and the temperamental Atlantic sea. Explore the immaculately-preserved UNESCO Heritage Old Town, nearby magnificent castles and historic architecture and cobbled streets you can lose yourself in. Edinburgh is a cultural hub, known for its thriving arts, music and literary scene. It  holds the well-deserved title of UNESCO city of literature, being the birthplace of countless famous historic and modern writers and poets as well as hosting annual world-famous literature, arts and music festivals. Edinburgh is a fascinating and beautiful destination with something to offer for everyone including nature lovers, foodies, history buffs and culture lovers. The city hosts a mixture of classic and medieval architecture, cobbled streets, numerous alleyways which lead to hidden gems whose allure will keep you wandering the streets for hours.  There is no question as to why Edinburgh is one…
Luxury Travel Guide to Prague

Luxury Travel Guide to Prague

Prague, the once historic capital of Bohemia and of the Czech Republic is a fairy-tale travel destination. Sometimes called the “City of a thousand spires”, who could resist the skyline of historic towers, red roofed buildings or a romantic stroll over the Charles bridge to enjoy views of lights dancing on the Vltava river. Described by UNESCO as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Prague is ranked as one of the most popular and well-loved European tourist destinations and there is no question why. The capital has played a significant cultural, economic and political role in Europe’s history despite having endured ravages of war and conflict including both the World Wars. Fortunately, a lot of the historic buildings emerged unscathed from the wars and you can visit the charming Prague Castle, the Old Town, the Jewish Quarter and the astounding astronomical clock, all of which have been proclaimed…
Budget Travel Guide to Prague

Budget Travel Guide to Prague

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a city that exudes fairytale-like charm. Known for its cheap beer and magical architecture, it’s a budget-friendly destination that should be on any backpacker’s must-visit list. While Prague is ideal for the younger crowd looking for a fun and affordable weekend away, it’s also suitable for history enthusiasts seeking to learn about the city’s medieval past. Thinking of travelling to Prague soon? This Prague travel guide will show you how to see and experience the city on a budget, without missing out on a thing. This guide is perfect for those who are travelling to Prague on a budget. We will show you what to do in Prague, where to stay, what to eat and how to get around, whether it’s a weekend in Prague or a long term stay. Plan your trip to Prague Need data for your trip to Prague?…
Where to stay in Glasgow

Where to stay in Glasgow

Scotland’s largest city is often overshadowed by the historic capital, Edinburgh, but Glasgow city has a thriving cultural scene that is well worth exploring. This includes the Scottish Opera, the National Theater of Scotland and the Scottish Ballet. There’s also a lively music scene in Glasgow, evidenced by the UNESCO City of Music designation. Glasgow is a very walkable city, with a small underground system, as well as regular train and bus routes for getting around outside of Glasgow city centre. Using the guide below, you can find the best places to stay in Glasgow, Scotland. Don’t miss the chance to visit one of the most “up and coming” cities of the United Kingdom. We will cover off all types of Glasgow accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Glasgow hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Glasgow, the best Glasgow hotels, best places in Glasgow to visit,…
Where to stay in Edinburgh

Where to stay in Edinburgh

Scotland’s capital city continues to grow in popularity, drawing tourists from all over the world, making it the second most popular destination in the United Kingdom. Whether you are visiting one of Edinburgh’s famous festivals or coming to explore the rich history, there are many things to do in Edinburgh. To help you decide what area to stay in Edinburgh Scotland, we’ve rounded up some of the most popular neighbourhoods for travellers and the best Edinburgh hotels. The city is relatively compact and has an excellent bus system, plus taxi cabs are plentiful, so no matter where to stay in Edinburgh, you’ll have no trouble getting around town. We will cover off all types of Edinburgh accommodation options from Hostels to luxury Edinburgh hotels as well as how to decide where to stay in Edinburgh, the best Edinburgh hotels, best places in Edinburgh to visit, the best places to stay in…