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Raymond Leach
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Instead of our usual one here, and the next there we spent 2 weeks in Barcelona. The city is one of beauty and contrasts. Great food in almost any direction, fine museums, and the architecture is…Continue

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Barcelona

Instead of our usual one here, and the next there we spent 2 weeks in Barcelona. The city is one of beauty and contrasts. Great food in almost any direction, fine museums, and the architecture is sublime. The people themselves are among the friendliest I have ever met. My rule of thumb for travel is this: Walk away from the tourist hot spots and go to the neighborhoods for better priced, and great food. We loved the farmers markets and grocery stores to get food but the little markets don't…See More
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What is your favorite place in Europe so far?
Provence, Paris
Where would you most like to go next?
already have a trip planned
Tell us about one of your favorite places to stay on an Untour. Do you have a favorite host? Apartment? Village?
the landlords
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I understand
Which Untours have you already done?
provence paris
What advice would you give others considering an Untour?
slow down, and think about staying two weeks at each place
What is your favorite Untour? (so far)
provence

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Prague and Budapest May 2018

Prague

We to Prague first and stayed at the Opera property. We found the land lady exceptionally helpful and she was a joy. Lots of walking and decent food. We found that if you got off the main tourist beats the prices went down and the quality went up (both in Prague and Budapest). The entire town of Prague is a feast for the eyes. Budapest was quite a bit warmer and we stayed across from the synagogue. The place around this property abounded with lots of local eateries and things to…

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