Bratislava, Slovakia is nestled among the Danube River and near the border or Austria and Hungary. This makes it an easy place to get to and a city you shouldn’t miss when visiting its neighbors.
Bratislava might seem small compared to other capital cities in Europe, but it’s such a lively city with people coming together for all types of festivals and other happenings.
Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and the 10th largest city in the European Union. Many people have heard of Budapest because of their ruin bars and baths, but there’s a lot more to Budapest than that.
I am pleasantly surprised by everything this city has to offer and would visit again and again without hesitation. The sights, food, culture and more really draw you in. There are plenty of activities and things to do that will excite people of all interests.
South Bohemia, Czech Republic is the perfect destination during all seasons because it offers a little of everything you would want while on vacation. If you’re interested in outdoor activities, history or culture then South Bohemia is the perfect place to explore. There are chateaus, breathtaking landscapes and even relaxing spas.
This region is easily accessible so you can stay for a while or pick a hub and do day trips from there.
Kroměříž is a small city in the East of the Czech Republic and the perfect place to stop during your visit to the Czech Republic. There’s plenty to do and see here, which is why you should stay for at least 24 hours, but I would definitely stay longer if you have time.
Kroměříž, Czech Republic is also home to a UNESCO site, which includes the Archbishop’s Château, the Flower Garden and the Château Garden.