Archive for the ‘Eastern Europe’ Category

Prague On Foot: A Walking Guide through Ancient Europe

Prague On Foot: A Walking Guide through Ancient Europe
By Michele Herrmann Special to Lost Girls World Like many European cities, Prague is best explored on foot. Much of this Czech city’s center has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site and many buildings from the 13th through 18th centuries preserve Prague’s rich legacy. From the reign of Bohemian...
September 26th, 2012 | Czech Republic, Destinations, Eastern Europe, Europe, Featured, Walking | Read More

Kiev: Dining Adventures For The Solo Female

by Emma French Special to The Lost Girls Since Ukraine gained independence in 1991, its beautiful capital city Kiev has been steadily building buzz as an alternative destination to flashier neighbours like St Petersburg and Budapest. It doesn’t enjoy such a high profile as a destination for lone female...
July 3rd, 2012 | Dispatches from the Road, Eastern Europe, Food & Wine, Solo Travel | Read More

Five Attractions You Shouldn’t Miss in Prague

Five Attractions You Shouldn’t Miss in Prague
By Edd Morris Charmingly cobbled and surprisingly cosmopolitan, Prague’s rightfully one of the most attractive destinations in Europe. From baroque squares to renaissance churches, the diminutive historic centre heaves with centuries of architectural triumphs, all jostling for the attention of...
July 6th, 2011 | Eastern Europe | Read More

A Guide to Slovenia

A Guide to Slovenia
By James Rathmell Although often shoehorned into the ‘Eastern Europe’ volumes of popular travel guides, the people of Slovenia beg to differ, preferring to think of their country as sitting right at the heart of our continent. This opinion is fully justified if you actually examine a map and note...
May 25th, 2011 | Eastern Europe | Read More