11
Nov 2015
Things to Do in Prague:
Head for the Parks to Escape the Tourist Crowds

April during my college year in Prague was unseasonably warm, giving me an early chance to start working on my tan in the city’s parks. Throughout the spring and summer, I could be found splayed out on some stretch of grass while tourists trampled cobblestoned Old Town (and my schoolmates dutifully sat in their classrooms out in the godforsaken industrial district of Hloubetin).

However, Prague’s parks offer more than just an escape from the crowds; they can also deliver front-row seating to watch the Vltava River flow by, vistas of the city’s famed spires, or a leafy setting to quaff fresh golden Czech pilsners. And here’s the real clincher: they’re filled with locals rather than visitors. So, if you want to authentically experience the city and catch a respite from the tourist crush, consider adding the following green spots to the Prague itinerary you plan on Inspirock.

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06
Nov 2015
Your Guide to Visiting the Baltic Capitals
What to See and Do in Some of Europe's Best-Value Destinations

Steeped in common history yet each with its own individual charms, the Baltic capitals of Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius are packed with appeal. If you plan to travel to these beautiful and budget-friendly locations, check out the following guide for an introduction to some of Europe’s most underrated gems.

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04
Nov 2015
Planning Your Own James Bond Tour of London

Get ready for explosions, gadgets, and a killer soundtrack because Bond is back. The worldwide release of Spectre is upon us and Agent 007 is tearing up the Big Smoke. The quintessentially British hero is no stranger to London locales and a number of iconic Bond scenes have been filmed in England’s capital. Read below to discover the best places to visit on an exciting James Bond tour of London.

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02
Nov 2015
How to Travel Alone
(And Have the Time of Your Life)

Many people come back from their first solo trip to describe the experience as something akin to spiritual awakening. When you travel alone, you have a rare chance to experience the places and people you encounter in your own way, unfiltered by others’ prejudices or expectations. Be your own travel companion and prepare to take an eye-opening journey—you may just learn a few things about yourself along the way.

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