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…

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Svalbard archipelago
In the Arctic Ocean is an archipelago, which consists of four large and more than a thousand small islands. The largest of them has the same name with the archipelago…

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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 palace and park complex Wallenstein Palace. Sightseeing tours in Prague usually do not include a visit to this palace, since tourists can only visit the palace on weekends. Continue reading

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 a respectable age, but very few monuments of antiquity have been preserved here. In those ancient times, the Roman emperor Constantine, who proclaimed Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire, was about to transfer the capital to Serdica — this is the ancient name of Sofia. Bulgaria is an Orthodox Christian country with a rich history. Continue reading