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See + Do Museum of Czech Cubism, Prague

Though Cubism came to life in Paris at the hands of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque, it was in Prague that the movement reached its zenith. The style touched... more

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See + Do Old Town Square (Staroměstské Náměstí), Prague

Old Town Square (Staroměstské Náměstí) is the heart of historic Prague and has more gawk-worthy points per square foot than just about... more

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See + Do Strahov Hill and Petřín Hill, Prague

In the center of the city, just south of Prague Castle, this verdant area has been the favorite in-town getaway for centuries. Closest to the castle grounds is... more

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See + Do Vyšehrad, Prague

Somewhat overlooked, this ancient defensive fortress is a hot spot for romantic walks and impromptu picnics. It sits across the Vltava and a bit upstream from... more

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Eating Céleste, Prague

On the top two floors of Frank Gehry's Tančící dům (Dancing House), one of Prague's modern architectural masterpieces, you'll find a... more

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Eating Lokál, Prague

Effectively called "Pub," Lokál brings the concepts of local, seasonal, and from-scratch to oft-overlooked Czech pub fare. Standard dishes like sausages,... more

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Nightlife Prague Beer Museum, Prague

When the Prague Beer Museum opened in September 2010, it forever changed the landscape for beer bars in the Czech capital: While most taverns in Old Town serve... more

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Nightlife Akropolis, Prague

The Prague 3 neighborhood of Zizkov is the city's Lower East Side, Silverlake, and Mission District rolled into one: a formerly down-at-heel area quickly... more

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Nightlife A38 Ship (A38 Hajó), Budapest

Right on the Buda side of the Petöfi bridge, this beloved club, restaurant, and bar, occupying a Ukrainian ship anchored in the Danube, attracts everyone... more

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Eating Borkonyha, Budapest

Close to St. Stephen's Basilica, Borkonyha ("wine kitchen") opened in December 2010 to rave reviews that highlighted its strong Hungarian wine list, including... more

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Café Central
Eating Café Central, Budapest

Originally opened in 1887, Café Central quickly became the center of the city's intellectual life, spawning important periodicals and literary movements,... more

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See + Do Ecseri Flea Market, Budapest

This great example of the genre, not too picked over by eBay sellers and filled with buckets of Communist memorabilia, is the largest flea market in Europe... more

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See + Do Castle Hill, Budapest

The funicular from Clark Ádam tér is the nicest way to approach the romantic, scenic, and egregiously misnamed Castle Hill. There is no castle.... more

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Eating Varoulko, Athens

Seafood legend Lefteris Lazarou won the Michelin race, gaining the country's first star for Greek food—and rightly so, say the hordes clamoring for tables... more

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Eating Platanos Taverna, Athens

One of Plaka's oldest tavernas, serving since 1932, Platanos is just what you want when you set out to eat unpretentious, grilled, and unreconstructed Greek... more

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See + Do Acropolis, Athens

The entire hill is the Acropolis; the 5th-century B.C. temple to Athena Parthenos is the Parthenon. Try to arrive early for less heat and fewer crowds; you can... more

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See + Do Mykonos, Mykonos + Santorini

If a person can name only one Greek island, it's bound to be this one. Famous in the 1960s, when Jackie and Ari Onassis put it on the map, it soon became the... more

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