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Our Central & Eastern Europe Travel Blog

JayWay Travel Blog Archive, Page 1 of 49

Sustainable Souvenir Shopping in Budapest

Bring home guilt-free reminders of your travels to distant lands by seeking out sustainable souvenirs. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill mugs and magnets selection! Here are some of the most eco-friendly places to shop while you’re in Budapest. Fashion and designer Dressing up nicely and wearing cool accessories can lift us … Read More

Croatian Prosciutto, aka Pršut

You might be forgiven that Croatian pršut is just Croatian-made prosciutto. The truth is far more delicious than that however.

The Best Wineries Around Dubrovnik

It’s no secret that Croatians love their wine – and so they should! Thanks to its mild weather and fertile soil, Croatia produces many top-quality whites, reds, rosés, and more. Mass production of wine in Croatia is a relatively new phenomenon. In the Dubrovnik area, most wines were produced on … Read More

Experience the Great Outdoors in Georgia

Considering its size (less than half the size of the US state of the same name) Georgia has enormous potential for outdoor activities. It attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world and offers endless opportunities for any taste and preference. In this article, we would like to list … Read More

Easy Hikes in the High Tatras

Welcome to the High Tatras – the largest mountain range and the oldest national park of Slovakia where the jagged peaks, long mountain ridges, valleys full of beautiful flowers and numerous fascinating animal species meet on an area of only 738 square kilometers. A UNESCO heritage site since 1993, the … Read More

Fast Food in Croatia

Slow food is part of the Croatian way of life. So what do you do when you need something quick? We’ve got some ideas for you.

UNESCO listed wine regions in Central Europe

You might think that all Europe’s UNESCO-listed wine regions are in France and Italy, but there’s a vast swathe of Europe where white wine is the predominant variety, typically described as Central Europe. Now, where to start? With the region having the oldest evidence of viticulture? With the one that … Read More

Decoding an Istrian Menu

Croatia’s Istria region, close to Italy, has a cuisine that’s unique to the peninsula. Here’s our guide to what’s on the menu.

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