Wine tourism in Italy
The wines of Italy are one of the good reasons to visit this country. Since ancient times, the Italian people are famous for the art of winemaking. And if a…

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Sights of Austria
Austria is considered one of the most beautiful countries in Central Europe. Tourists are attracted by the picturesque Alpine villages of Tyrol, the beauty of the ancient cities of Vienna…

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Bulgaria is a land of sun, sea and mountains
Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria, is one of the oldest cities in the European continent. The age of Sofia is more than 3000 years old. But although the capital has…

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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…

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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

The main attractions of Florence

Italy is a country where every corner breathes with history and antiquities. And if you are going to visit this country, then you will need a lot of time to get acquainted with all the sights of the cities of this amazing country. Today we will talk about a city like Florence.
This city is located on the Arno River, in the Tuscany region. Florence is considered to be the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. Continue reading

Prospects for the development of foreign tourism in Germany

Despite the fact that Germany is the main guiding tourist market in the world, it forms large-scale tourist traffic to travel abroad and has the largest negative balance of turbalance, the tourism sector of this country occupies a significant place in GDP (8%), employing about 3 million people. That is why the entire tourism system belongs to the Ministry of Economy, which includes the National Council for Tourism, which carries out state regulation of the tourism industry in Germany. In addition, there is the German Center for Tourism Development – a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the tourist opportunities of Germany within the country and abroad. Continue reading