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    Top 5 Day Trips from Budapest + Weekend

    The capital of Hungary is home to impressive historical landmarks, gorgeous architecture, jaw-dropping street art, and bustling nightlife or dining scenes. However, beyond its city limits, the country has much more to see. Therefore, I teamed up with other travel bloggers to bring you not only some of the best day trips from Budapest but also weekend getaways. Best Day Trips from Budapest in Hungary Eger Eger is a not so touristy town couple of hours bus ride from Budapest. There are a lot of historic buildings, churches and a couple of museums to explore in the town. The first major attraction you will come across is the magnificent Cathedral…

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    Croatia

    Best Places to Visit in Croatia

    Even though Croatia is considered to be a small country, it offers a wide choice of beautiful places, full of rich history and culture. Choosing your target city definitely depends on many factors including what kind of a traveler you are, the number of days you can spend here, your budget, and when you plan a visit. Without further ado, here are some of the best places to visit in Croatia to plan your unforgettable holidays. So where is Croatia? Geographically, the Republic of Croatia is located at the junction of Southeast and Central Europe, on the Adriatic Sea. It has borders with Slovenia, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and…

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    12 Things to Do in Zagreb, Croatia

    Croatia’s capital Zagreb is not as popular destination for travelers as Dubrovnik, Split, Plitvice National Park, or its islands. Zagreb is no less than those destinations and should definitely be on your bucket list. Moreover, it’s one of the cheapest cities in the country! Usually, the capital is the most expensive one, but here, its the opposite. What to do in Zagreb? Zagreb sightseeing boasts with its interesting culture, historic sights which date back to the Roman times, beautiful cathedrals, and world-known Museum of Broken Relationships will keep you intrigued and awed. Most of the Zagreb attractions are free, and some require a small fee to enter. The city is divided into two parts…

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