Well that’s a wrap on Europe. We are now off to Africa to experience some of the most amazing wildlife on earth. Camping on the vast Serengeti, scuba diving off the coast of Zanzibar, roaming Chobe Park, taking in Victoria Falls, and hiking Table Mountain in Cape Town to name a few. If we are lucky, we may get to experience the great wildebeest migration on the way. We spent the last fifty-two days exploring some of the known and unknown parts of Europe. From Iceland to Romania, we visited six countries across the continent. Below we discuss the best and worst parts of our travels in this continent, along with some of what we learned along the way.
Prague. Who hasn’t dreamed of visiting this magical city? A place where modern life meets castles, basilicas, and stone bridges. A place with a seemingly infinite sea of terra-cotta roofs and cobblestones streets. A walk through the alleys of Prague is a walk through the Middle Ages. Prague has the allure of Paris with a touch of Eastern Europe. The Czech history has taken different paths than Western Europe, creating a contrasting feel from other well traveled areas.
Some places are worth visiting for the natural wonders, some for the culture, others for the culinary delights. Český Krumlov has a different type of appeal. It is a town where you can step back in time almost 800 years and take a walk through history. The streets are impeccably preserved to maintain the look and feel of its medieval roots.