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48 HR Guide Cultural Experience
A charming, historic city in the Czech Republic, Prague is brimming with opportunities for travelers to enjoy delicious food, unique architecture, lively nightlife, and culture. The city is compact...
48 HR Guide Spain
Madrid’s stunning architecture, mouthwatering tapas and vibrant nightlife make for an excitement-filled weekend of fun. With a budding hipster scene and plenty of art, fashion and shopping, the cit...
48 HR Guide Greece
Standing proud in the shadow of the mighty Acropolis, Athens is a city unlike any other in Europe, weaving together threads of the old and the new. Here's what to do with 48 hours in the capital of...
48 HR Guide Barcelona
Barcelona is an enchanting seaside city with a history that spans over 2,000 years. It is home to several world-renowned artists that changed the face of the city forever, making it a favorite Euro...
48 HR Guide Rome
La dolce vita – the Italian sweet life: Does it still exist, and if so, can it be found in touristy Rome? While the critics are quick to point out that the Eternal City is pricey and over-crowded, ...
48 HR Guide Paris
Known as the City Of Love and the City Of Lights, the French capital is like nowhere else in the world. From innovative chefs, artistic institutions and awe-inspiring sights, Paris is a dynamic cul...
48 HR Guide London
London’s size is almost equal to its charm, but don’t let that deter you from feeling like you can really get to know the city in just two days. My suggestion is to pick one or two districts and sp...
48 HR Guide Turkey
The coastal city of Izmir has long been in the shadow of its big brother, Istanbul. But over the course of 15 years, Izmir has transformed itself into a very nice beach town with plenty to see and...
48 HR Guide Istanbul
The ancient city of Istanbul is where east meets west; the city literally straddles two continents, Europe and Asia. The Byzantine architecture, the lively markets and bazaars and the tremendous f...
48 HR Guide Ireland
An almost straight shot West some three hours drive from Dublin, a visit to Galway feels a little like stepping back in time. It’s not unusual to hear a bit of Gaelic thrown around in the pubs and ...