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 mutual interest of both parties never dried up, which was primarily manifested in the lively tourist contacts. Continue reading
Wroclaw – a city with centuries-old culture and architecture
On the borders with the Czech Republic and Germany is located the Lower Silesian Voivodeship of Poland. The center of this province is the city of Wroclaw, which is located on the banks of the Odra River.
The first mention of Silesia refers to 98 AD, and the name of the city itself owes its name to the founder of the city to the Czech prince Vratislav. By the end of 990, all of Silesia was conquered by the Polish prince of the Piast Mieszko I. Continue reading
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 town of Verona, located in the northern part of Italy, became famous throughout the civilized world. Millions of lovers come to Verona 16 September, the birthday of Juliet and February 14, Valentine’s Day. On these days, interesting and exciting events are organized especially for tourists in Verona. Continue reading