7/24/12

Recommendations for Central Europe

Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland

Continuing my trip recap, here is a noninclusive list of a few of the places I saw in Central Europe* that I really loved. This list doesn't include all of the places I was recommended but didn't have a chance to see, the places I saw and wouldn't recommend someone else to see or any of the places I saw but, for the life of me, can't remember their names. I definitely need to start taking better travel notes.

*There is conflicting information out there about what exactly "Central Europe" means but in trying my best to split it all up I figure this will do. I debated including Germany with Western Europe but, having spent my time there in Berlin and Dresden, I felt it would fit best in this post.

Where to sleep
Czech Inn, Prague
Czech Inn, Prague


Wombats City Hostel Berlin (Alte Schönhauser Straße)
Kangaroo Stop Hostel Dresden (Äußere Neustadt)
Czech Inn Prague (Francouzská)
Red and Blue Design Hotel Prague (Malá Strana)
Hostel Blues Bratislava (Staré Mesto)
Mama's Hostel Main Market Square Krakow (Rynek Główny)

Where to eat & drink
Love Krove, Krakow
Love Krove, Krakow


Berlin
The Barn
Il Casolare Trattoria
Kreuzburger
Konnopke's Imbiss
Dresden
Bottoms Up
Aha Cafe

Prague
Kavárna Šlágr
Ambiante Lokal
Café restaurant U Dědka
Beerhouse U Švejků
Vinograf
Al Capone's Cocktail Bar
Bar B52
Strahov Monastic Brewery

Bratislava
Shtoor Café
Burgess Brewery
Slovak Pub

Budapest
Massolit Books & Café
Printa
Castro Bistro
Most! Bistro
Koleves
Fogasház
Szimpla

Krakow
Massolit Books & Café
Cupcake Corner
Bagelmama
Zapiecek Polish Pierogi
Love Krove
Gospoda Koko
Kolanko No. 6
Le Scandale
Cafe Szafe
Budda Bar


What to see
Frauenkirche, Dresden
Frauenkirche, Dresden


Berlin

Dresden
Frauenkirche
Dresden Castle
Semperoper
Fürstenzug
Katholische Hofkirche

Prague

Bratislava

Budapest
Miskolc
Miskolc Tapolca Cave Bath
Castle of Diósgyőr
Miskolc-Avas TV Tower
Ice Bears Hockey at Miskolci Jégcsarnok

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