Travel With Me: Novi Sad, Serbia

After a few frankly disappointing days in Belgrade, I navigated the train north to Novi Sad, the second largest city in Serbia. With a population of about 300,000 people, it’s significantly smaller and often seen as a good day trip from the capital, but I think the city deserves a few days of exploration. Here…

Three Days in Prague: Day 3

Yesterday’s itinerary had an early morning and Day 1 had lots of walking, so today you can sleep in a bit, if that’s your style. Once you’re well-rested, let’s start today’s itinerary! Late morning: Jewish Quarter Next to Old Town Square lies Prague’s Jewish Quarter, a former ghetto with a long history. Luckily this area…

Three Days in Prague: Day 2

On Day 1, you introduced yourself to Prague. Now it’s time to explore more of the city beyond the Old Town. I’d recommend getting the 24-hour transit pass for 110 CZK (about $5 USD) to cover this itinerary since it takes you to different ends of the city, but you could also opt for one-way…

What to Do In Bucharest (When You Only Have One Day)

Not to be confused with Budapest–believe me, the mix-up is more common than you’d think–Bucharest is the capital and largest city in Romania and an absolute dream for people who love architecture and history. My friend Rosalie and I arrived in the city from Luxembourg¬†ready to take on the sights and sounds of Eastern Europe.…

Travel With Me: Zurich, Switzerland

As the largest city in Switzerland, Zurich is a hub for both fast-paced global finance and laid-back relaxation by the water. Switzerland has a reputation for being extremely expensive–which it is!–but I managed to spend a few days in the city with Nick, my best friend from college, without breaking the bank. Here’s how you…