Verona - the city of Shakespearean passions
There is no sadder story in the world than the story of Romeo and Juliet .... "It was thanks to this work of the Great Shakespeare that this small provincial…

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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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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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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…

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Albania

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Sights of Brussels

In the North-Western part of Europe, between France and Germany, there is a small state – the Kingdom of Belgium with the capital Brussels, which was first mentioned in the XI century. Acquaintance with the capital of this state will be interesting for tourists. The historic center of Brussels is limited to the boulevard ring, which appeared on the site of the ancient fortress walls. Continue reading

Group tours to the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is deservedly one of the most popular tourist destinations, not only because of its unique cultural heritage, but also because of the wide possibilities for recovery. And to fully experience this feature of the country you can in the resort town of Kynzhvart. Today, many group tours to the Czech Republic include a visit to this city in their excursion program. Continue reading

Snow resorts

Romania
Almost a third of the country’s territory is occupied by the Carpathians, which are the second largest mountain range in Europe after the Alps. The only difference is that the Carpathians are not as high as the Alps. On the territory of Romania, the Carpathians are divided into three main groups – the Eastern Carpathians, the Western Carpathians and the Southern Carpathians. Continue reading

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