Moon Prague & Budapest
By Tom Dirlis
Second Edition, May 2011
Price: $17.99 USD
Price: $9.99 USD
Journalist Tom Dirlis offers a one-of-a-kind view of these two remarkable European destinations, from where to go for the best view of the immense Prague Castle to visiting the picturesque artist colony of Szentendre. Dirlis provides unique trip ideas for a variety of travelers, such as The Royal Treatment, a castle and garden tour, and For Wine Lover’s Only, which offers a taste of the Eastern European wine country. Complete with details on exploring the famous borough of Mala Strana, letting off some steam in Budapest’s thermal baths, and witnessing the macabre architecture of the Sedlec Ossuary, Moon Prague & Budapest gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
What’s inside Moon Prague & Budapest
Enjoy the very best of Prague & Budapest with these itineraries:
- The Best of Prague & Budapest
- Day Trippin’ from Prague
- When in Prague
- Balaton, Baby!
- Strange Brew
- Spoiling Yourself in Budapest
Explore what Prague & Budapest has to offer.
Recommendations for the top sights, recreation, entertainment, hotels, and food in:
- Bohemia including Karlstejn, Konopiste, Krivoklat, Terezin, Kutna Hora, Cesky Krumlov, and Karlovy Vary
- Moravia including Brno, Telc, and Mikulov
- Beyond Budapest including Szentendre, Extergom, and Lake Balaton
Resources include a Czech Phrasebook and a Hungarian Phrasebook
Tom Dirlis first visited Prague in the spring of 1999, and immediately fell in love with its history, mystique, and impossibly cheap beer. He began writing travel and opinion pieces for the city’s local publications in order to support himself. After a trip to Budapest helped him realize that an entire, underreported region existed, he soon branched out to cover other areas of Eastern Europe.
Many years and more than a million words later, Tom continues to write articles, editorials, and short fiction pieces that are heavily influenced by the massive changes that have occurred in Central Europe over the last decade. He was a finalist in Prague’s first ever playwriting competition in 2007, and is currently in negotiations to pen a full-length account of life in Prague during the years of Franz Kafka’s brief yet fascinating literary career.