How to do Beer Spas in Prague for beginners
Date: 19 April, 2019
How to do Beer Spas in Prague for beginners
If you’re a regular pub crawler on your travels, chances are you have a fondness for beer. If you’re visiting Prague, chances are you love beer; but the biggest beer drinkers in the world, the Czechs, don’t just like to drink their delicious brew – they bathe in it too!
Exploring Berlin on a Budget: Free Things to Do
Date: 25 March, 2019
Exploring Berlin on a Budget: Free Things to Do
Berlin is a vibrant and ever-growing metropolis with an equally vibrant history. Due to years of Cold War suppression and restrictions, the city cultivated a unique underground culture that has continued to thrive even after the Berlin Wall came down. Berlin’s dark past and only recent revival make it both a fascinating city with a complex personality and an excellent European destination for the budget traveler. Can’t decide what to do in Berlin? Below is a list of Berlin’s best attractions, things to do, and budget-friendly ways to explore this amazing city on a budget.
Ten non-touristy things to do in Budapest
Date: 9 February, 2019
Ten non-touristy things to do in Budapest
Sometimes, when we visit a new city or place, we try to imagine what it would be like without other tourists and travellers around. That’s not an easy task, especially in Budapest, when you want to get to the must-see attractions yourself too, so it’s always great to know a few hidden spots and lesser-known things to experience.
The Best Coffee in Dublin
Date: 25 January, 2019
The Best Coffee in Dublin
What do you think is one of the most frequently asked questions us Dublin tour guides are asked each day? “Does everyone here play a musical instrument?” Nope. “What’s the Brexit situation here?” No, again. “Where’s good for coffee?” Bingo!
Six Weekend Destinations From Berlin
Date: 17 January, 2019
Six Weekend Destinations From Berlin
There’s something alluring about seeking out the lesser-known, the hidden gems, experiencing things that often elude the guidebooks and mainstream travel discourse – indeed, it’s this kind of curiosity that inspires our daily free walking tours in Berlin, as we offer authentic insight to the city’s culture, history and character as well as the lesser-known stories and sights; but, beyond the Berlin city map there’s a whole host of places worthy of discovery and exploration that you might not have even thought about visiting when planning your Berlin adventure.
Irish Pub Culture: The Definitive Guide to Drinking In Ireland
Date: 9 October, 2018
Irish Pub Culture: The Definitive Guide to Drinking In Ireland
The Pub in Ireland is a very special place. More than a mere watering hole, the pub is part of our culture – the headquarters of many the group of friends, a place that bares witness to the celebrations and milestones in one's life: everything from birthday's, the new job, first dates, weddings, parenthood, even funerals and celebrating the memories of loved ones lost. A place where we learn many of life's lessons and a place to unwind and unite in conversation, banter & craic. The pub is integral to our society here, an institution. It's not an exaggeration to say the Irish pub is a place unlike any other the world over and as such it is surrounded by an almost unspoken reverence & respect.
Romantic Budapest: Seven romantic ideas  
Date: 28 September, 2018
Romantic Budapest: Seven romantic ideas   
There are few capitals in the world that lend itself so readily to being the perfect romantic backdrop to a couple’s trip as Budapest. Of course, when one thinks of a romantic destination, iconic Paris typically springs to mind, but beautiful Budapest has plenty to rival the city of lights, and spectacular lights are just one of the Hungarian capital’s alluring delights for lovers.
Barcelona on a budget
Date: 19 September, 2018
Barcelona on a budget
Barcelona is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe. The beautiful and historic seaside city is famous for its incredible art and culture, breathtaking architecture, stunning beaches and delicious local food and wine, Barcelona has got everything you could wish for from a city escape.
Discovering Cold War Berlin: Six Places to Visit
Date: 14 August, 2018
Discovering Cold War Berlin: Six Places to Visit
One could think that reminiscences of the Cold War era are long gone with the fall of the Berlin Wall, but that’s not the case. If you are interested in this intriguing period of history, Berlin is the place to be. The German capital has preserved and taken care of the sites and stories of the Cold War era so that today we can visit them, learn about the circumstances of the time, and hear about the lives of the victims of the period. Our free walking tour all about the Cold War, just one of our Berlin walking tours, is the best way to explore this topic, but if you are venturing out to discover it by yourself, there are six places that you cannot miss.
10 Weekend Trips from Prague
Date: 6 July, 2018
10 Weekend Trips from Prague
Prague may not have a seacoast or great beaches, but the great thing is that it's completely central in Europe! This makes it really easy to take short trips or weekend trips from Prague. With Germany, Austria, Poland and Hungary (to name a few) bordering the Czech Republic, there's a lot to see. With flexible transport available from the main bus station (Florenc) and the central train station (Hlavni Nadrazi), travelling is affordable and easy. Bus tickets range from 8 - 30 euros and a train ticket starts from 20 euros, so there's no need to go through the hassle of renting a car or paying for a flight! Without further adieu, here are the top 10 weekend trips from Prague.