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Definitive Guide To Cheap Local Eats In Prague

Coming to the Czech Republic can be overwhelming, especially as the language is so totally different to those of Western Europe. Which makes finding food (and knowing what it is) that much more difficult. Below I have compiled a list of the most popular (read: delicious) local foods, which are always, ALWAYS super cheap.

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21 Reasons You Need To Go To Barcelona

Like right now. Barcelona has so much to offer, sunshine, beaches, an endless array of fantastic cuisine and good sangria. Yep Barcelona should be at the top of everyone's travel list! Need some convincing? Well here's 21 reasons you need to go to Barcelona...

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Where To Find Berlin's Most Bad-Ass Brunch

It's Sunday. You're hungover. You're in Berlin, and you need to feel human again. Look no further ladies and gentlemen. We got the low-down on where to find Berlin's most bad-ass brunch. From the sweet combo of maple syrup covered American style pancakes, fruity kebabs and some nutritious vegan delights. If there's one thing Berliners certainly know how to do, it's brunch.

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15 Things You Can Do For Under €5 In Dublin

Dublin is a little gem of a city. With thousands of pubs, dozens of parks and a million friendly locals, it has a great reputation with backpackers! Although like most European capitals it is on the expensive side of things, but there is so much you can do Dublin on the cheap. For example, these 15 things you can do for under €5 in Dublin...

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Prague: Where To Find Good Coffee

I know better than anyone else that Prague is a busy city. Full of tourists, workers and students. It can be difficult to find somewhere quiet away from the hustle and bustle to have a nice cup of coffee. Although Prague may not be like Berlin in any way shape or form - we are catching up on the coffee bar scene! Luckily for you... NEXT City Tours knows where to go!

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Prague's Veggie Hot Spots

As a (new) vegetarian, I’ve found that finding something decent to eat in Prague almost impossible. I’m fairly sure that here they consider meat to be 4 out of 5 of your '5-a-day', beer being the fifth. The only vegetarian traditional Czech dish is fried cheese. Granted, it is delicious, but having this every day can be pretty boring when your pals are tasting a variety of different foods. Here’s my guide to the lesser-known veggie-friendly eateries here in Prague.

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Free Things To Do In Prague

Anyone who has seen a photo of Prague knows how freakin' beautiful it is, and fortunately you don't have to spend a fortune to enjoy it! Here at NEXT City Tours we're all about getting the most experience from the least amount of cash. If you're traveling on the cheap side, then Prague a must-see, as there's plenty of awesome free things to do in Prague. Such as...

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Partying in Prague: A Step-By-Step Guide

The Prague party scene is not only reserved for the packs of Stag parties and the thousands of exchange students arriving in the city search of a good evening. It’s often overwhelming as a backpacker coming to Prague looking for a great night as most of the decent pubs and clubs are not located directly in the centre. That’s where I come in! I’ve been living in Prague as an exchange student for a few months now, so I definitely know where to go for a party!

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14 Things You Can Do For Under €5 In Budapest

As most avid travellers know Budapest is a pretty cheap place to visit, and that it is! But what, where, what can you do if you're on a really cheap budget? We've got 15 pretty great things you can do to enjoy Budapest all without spending more than €5!

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Generation Tours Guide To The Best Craft Beer In Dublin

You may have read our recent recommendations for pubs in Generation's Guide to the Best Pubs in Dublin in which we promised a dedicated recommendation list of our favourite craft beer pubs in Dublin to come soon... well here it is! We brought you our choice of Irish craft beers and the best craft beer in Dublin recently, which also included a little bit more about the brewing scene here, you can read it here, and below is our personal pick of the pubs to taste them in. Some are craft beers only (no Guinness – Really, in Dublin?? I hear you ask – Yep!) and some offer both craft beers and their 'waterier' cousins. Of course, with a note of subjectivity and in no particular order.

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