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Europe is home for Lara The Explorer and that is why it will have a special place on this travel blog. There simply is no way to see Europe and not be awestruck by its scenic beauty, epic history, and dazzling artistic and culinary diversity. There is one thing about Europe that stands out from the rest of all other continents: You want to go back! In fact, after visiting Rome, Paris, London, Prague, and other beautiful European cities, you feel that your visit is never complete. The same feeling is true for many regions and Islands. You will be back, you do not know it yet when, but you know you will. Lara will travel all around and she will take you to the most fascinating places of this wonderful European continent.

Christmas time in Munich

Munich: The capital of Beer in Bavaria, Germany

Munich is the capital of Bavaria in southern Germany and home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is worldwide famous for the Oktoberfest. Some of the best sights are the Marienplatz, the Hofbräuhaus am Platzl, the Frauenkirche, and the Glockenspiel of the New Town Hall.

Baby Lara in St. Gilgen, Austria

Austria: The hills are alive. Around St. Gilgen, Hallstatt, Salzburg, and Vienna

Austria is the greenest country of Europe. We visited some of the most beautiful sights of the country, from Hallstatt to St. Gilgen, from Salzburg to Vienna. Austria has wonderful Alpine landscapes with mountain villages, lakes, rivers, and a beautiful countryside. It has baroque architecture and an Imperial history. And Austria is the birthplace of Mozart, Strauss...

Just arrived in Prague

Prague and Cesky Krumlov: The very best of Bohemia in the Czech Republic

The Czech capital city of Prague was also the capital of the Holy Roman Empire during the 14th century. The Old Town Square, the Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge, and the Prague Castle are but just a few of the top sights in the city. Cesky Krumlov is a love at first sight. It is a marvelous medieval village coming straight out of a fairytale in the South Bohemian...