Ski resorts in Eastern Europe
For the Russian people, the countries of Eastern Europe are close not only by geographic location. We have a long common history, language, traditions and culture with these peoples. The…

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Wallenstein Palace in Prague
The capital of the Czech Republic Prague is well known to a wide range of tourists for its palaces, parks, monuments and many different attractions. Among these attractions is the…

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Burgas resort in Bulgaria: attractions and entertainment

Bourgas is a large eastern city of the Bourgas Bay, which dynamically developed in the 20th century, becoming a large tourist and industrial center of Bulgaria. Sometimes you can read the opinion of tourists that there is not much to do in Burgas. It is absolutely unreasonable, because in the city there is a wide clean beach near the warm sea, many restaurants with delicious national food. Continue reading

Thematic tourism: European wines

Tourism theorists predict that by 2020 one of the most popular types of tourism will be thematic, which is already actively developing1. To it can be attributed, and tourist programs associated with visiting places of production of various wines2. But this tourist product is not yet widely represented on the Russian tourist market, so it seems interesting and informative to consider the possibility of developing such tours. To do this, it is necessary to analyze the tourist resources of the region. Continue reading

Sights of Scotland

Scotland is not the most popular country for Russian tourists, but there really is something to see. Scotland is not only whiskey, kilts and castles. There are many other tourist sites that deserve close attention. About them today will be discussed.
Scotland is a harsh country in the north of the UK. Covered with hills, with a cold climate and a warlike population, in the Middle Ages Scotland posed many problems for the English kings. Numerous attempts to conquer the country of the highlanders constantly failed, and it was not until 1707 that the wild Scottish pearl adorned the British crown. Continue reading

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