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Authentic vacations in Central & Eastern Europe, customised for you.
Authentic vacations in Central & Eastern Europe, customised for you.

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Not everyone thinks to go visiting museums when in Rome, what with the Vatican and the Colosseum stealing the historic show, here's our pick of the best but oft-overlooked museums in the Italian capital http://buff.ly/2m8Ivx5
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Christmas markets might get all the press but Prague's Easter Markets this year, from April 1-23 should be blessed with warm weather and sunshine.

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For any foodie visiting a country for the first time priority number one is to eat something local. But the cuisines on offer in most cities are much wider than just local fare, with urban dwellers craving something new and foreigners setting up restaurants serving their own cuisine. In this article we take a look at some standout places where you can try great dishes from a neighboring or nearby country.

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You'll have to zoom in pretty close on Google Maps to see the Curonian Spit, a thin, curved strip of sand in the Baltic Sea that is just 450 yards wide at its narrowest point. But that small size is in distinct contrast to the big reputation of this unique area, which has enticed famous writers and artists, and curious travelers, for centuries.

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For visitors to Germany who want to connect with the country's imperial past, it's hard to beat Neuschwanstein Castle. The gorgeous rooms of the castle are enough of an attraction on their own, but equally astounding are the views you'll enjoy from this extraordinary lookout point.

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As we get back to work for 2017 it's time to take the wraps off what we've been preparing behind the scenes at JayWay Travel for much of this year.

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There's no doubt about it, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) is Salzburg's most famous son. It has been more than 200 years since the death of the genius composer, but everywhere you look there seem to be traces of Mozart in Salzburg. Whether you're a music lover or a history buff, the city offers no shortage of opportunities to get in touch with the composer's life and work. So we've rounded up some of the best places to find Mozart in Salzburg.
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