Traveling throughout Europe is pretty easy, and it's cheap. We went to Krakow (I'm still not sure why Krakow of all places, but it was still nice) for the weekend.
We walked everywhere because the city center is pretty small, and it's easier to get around by walking. The only downside is we were awake since 4:30 AM, and then walked around for about 6-7 hours, so our legs were dead.
Everything in Krakow is also extremely cheap. I pulled out 100 zloty (Prague currency) for the weekend, which is about 25 euro. 25 euros for the whole weekend (Lunch, dinner, a souvenir thing, brunch, a waffle, and some other things that I can't remember).
Because we work on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we travel on the weekends unless we can somehow make time to take an extra day or two off of work. I've traveled to Bologna, Prague, and Krakow, and I have tickets booked for Paris and Budapest in April.
But this is the (first) video for Krakow.
do widzenia~ ("goodbye" in Polish)