Factors of tourism development
As factors that contributed to the development of tourism after the Second World War, the following can be mentioned: 1) the growth of social wealth and incomes of the population;…

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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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health tourism

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

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

The geography of health tourism

Medical travel has a long history. Even the ancient Greeks and Romans used healing springs and places with a favorable climate in order to improve their health. Not only sick people came to the resorts, but also healthy people who wanted to relax and had enough money for that. In Greece, Epidaurus and Kos were famous, and in Rome, the secular seaside resort of Bailly was famous. Continue reading