5. Prague, Czechia
Stay a while; there’s far more to see than the pedestrian-slogged city center.
“I lived in Prague in the mid/late ‘90s for three years and I’ve returned (mostly on assignment) nearly every year since, so I’ve been able to monitor how this Mitteleuropa metropolis has evolved. I was just back in October and I was delighted to see a small handful of really great restaurants serving very well-executed Central European fare. Best of all, they’re all scattered outside of the tourist-crammed historical center, so it’s mostly locals and expats frequenting these places. A few favorites are U Mateje and Vyčep.” — David Farley
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