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Hungary, Eger – The Town of Baroque, Thermal Baths, and Wine – VIDEO
Published: 11.9.2018
Near the town of Miskolc in northern Hungary, you may visit Eger, a smaller town by size and famous for its city castle, thermal baths, baroque architecture and the northernmost minaret of the Ottoman Empire. Let's take a look at it right now.

Uruguay, Carmelo – We Discover Another Latin American Country
Published: 10.9.2018
We must "get acquainted" with a new country. We're exchanging money, recalculating the rate and making a research of local food prices. A visit to the supermarket shocks us because prices are double compared to Argentina! We are therefore glad that we sleep at least for free and learn that people here have pleasant nature.

Gibraltar – Bridge Between Europe and Africa
Published: 9.9.2018
After vacation on Costa del Sol, Spain and walking through picturesque seaside towns, we have decided to experience the adventure. So we set out on the most southern tip of Spain, which is the United Kingdom's overseas territory - to Gibraltar.

Spain, León – Not Only a Stop on Pilgrimage to Santiago I
Published: 7.9.2018
Like many contemporary cities across central, southern and western Europe, León was founded as a Roman military encampment. In particular, the seventh legion was stationed here. The city's heyday was in the 10th and 12th centuries.

Germany: Romantic Ruin of Oybin Castle and Monastery
Published: 6.9.2018
If you want to take a trip abroad to see the gems of Czech-made architecture Czech s, you do not have to travel far. Only 1.7 km from the Czech borde, there is a romantic place in the German Saxony, which is historically linked to the Czech Republic.

Italy: Piacenza I – Historical Buildings and Palaces
Published: 5.9.2018
Even though the city is a commercial and industrial center now, the seat of the gas and oil refineries, and the World War II has hit its historcal heart, it still offers a number of beautiful historical monuments. In the following lines, we will look into its center and enjoy the local architectural gems.

SK, Poloniny National Park – The Most Picturesque Nook in the Country
Published: 2.9.2018
The easternmost region in Slovakia which neighbors Ukraine and Poland is covered by a UNESCO-grade area which has not been discovered by tourists yet.

Bulgaria – Cape Kaliakra and the Town of Balchik
Published: 1.9.2018
The surroundings of St Constantine and Helene resort is worth your attention. We head north along the Black Sea coastline. Before the town of Kavarna we turn left to the famous Cape Kaliakra (Nos Kaliakra). It is the longest cape in Bulgaria, if nothing else.

Spain, Salamanca – A University Student Veiled in Medieval Atmosphere II
Published: 31.8.2018
After our last week's first taste of this amazing city we continue and take you to to some sacras structures and local museums. Sit back, relax and enjoy.

Germany: Warnemünde II – Maritime Atmosphere
Published: 29.8.2018
The Warnemünde resort offers not only walks along the beach, water sports and lounging on white sand on the Baltic Sea. Take a stroll down the promenade to its center and enjoy the romance and lively rush of the old fishing village or harbor.

Russia, Moscow: Kremlin Above the City, Heavens above the Kremlin
Published: 27.8.2018
This Russian proverb accurately describes what the Kremlin means for the Russians. Perhaps no other building in Moscow has such historical significance as the Kremlin has. Now the seat of the Russian President has been the site of the Grand Duchy since the 12th century, followed by the Russian Tsars.

Spain, Malaga – La Cala de Mijas and Marbella
Published: 26.8.2018
Even though summer is slowly coming to an end, it is still a good time for vacation. Today, we will head the sunny country of Spain, more precisely to Andalusia. We will see the province of Malaga to enjoy the Costa del Sol.

Bulgaria, Varna – At the Coast of the Black Sea
Published: 25.8.2018
Varna is the third largest Bulgarian city, situated on the Black Sea coast and the largest Bulgarian port. Varna has a small airport as well, which can be reached from Prague and Brno by direct flights in less than two hours.

Spain, Salamanca – Universite City with Medieval Atmosphere
Published: 24.8.2018
Today, we visit the Spanish city of Salamanca, located in the Autonomous Community of Castile-Leon. Since 1988, the historic center of the city is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List and after reading the following lines you will understand why it is so. You will feel as if you are walking in some huge historical open-air museum.

Germany: Warnemünde I – Relax at the Baltic Sea
Published: 22.8.2018
Do you like walking on the beach and not worry about cold sea temperature or the wind in your hair? Head with us to the German coast of the Baltic Sea - the famous Warnemünde Tourist Center - and enjoy the healing effects of the sea.

Russia – Red Square, The Heart of Moscow and the Country
Published: 20.8.2018
Moscoq, the capital city of Russia, Moscow, lies in the European part of the country. People from the easternmost part of the country have to fly eight hours to see their capital. It takes two hours from Prague to get there. And what can you actually see in the heart of this huge, crowded and vibrant place?

SK, Cicmany – Beautiful Chateau and Its Amazing Surroundings
Published: 19.8.2018
Experience an attractive vacation at the end of the summer. You can experience it in the Baroque-Classicist Chateau Cicmany constructed at the end of the 18th century, which has recently undergone a complete reconstruction and offers visitors fantastic service and breathtaking excursions to the surroundings.

Bulgaria – St Constantine and Helene Resort
Published: 18.8.2018
St. Contantine and Helene resort (Sveti Konstantin i Elena in Bulgarian) is the oldest Bulgarian resort that was established in 1946. The town is about 10 km from Varna. A short walk away is another famous seaside resort - Golden Sands.

Spain, Ronda – A City on the Edge of a Cliff
Published: 17.8.2018
The city of Ronda can be found in Spanish province of Andalusia Spain. The city lies on a plain that is introduced by a steep cliff, which gives it a truly unique look. Besides, you are sure to like the local culture which is mainly known for bullfighting aka corrida, and bandits. If you known the famous novel by American writer Ernest Hemingway Whom the Bell Tolls you maybe know that the novel takes place place during the Spanish civil war. Perhaps you remember Ronda from there, because part of the story took place here.

Germany: Rostock II – Maritime Atmosphere of an Old Harbor
Published: 15.8.2018
There is still a seaside atmosphere on the Baltic coast. The heart of Rostock belongs to the navy, and this great romantic atmosphere is even more enhanced by sunset while walking through the city harbor.

Russia, Moscow – Visiting Lenin
Published: 13.8.2018
Visiting theLenin mausoleum in Moscow is a special experience. What is it like, seeing a person who has so significantly entered the world history? What is it like to see a person who is embalmed? And is Lenin's body in the mausoleum real?

Greece, Thassos Island – Limenaria, Potos
Published: 11.8.2018
An island with a history dating back to the early Stone Age was only discovered in the 1970s-80s. Today, it is a popular holiday destination not only for the mainland, Romanians, Bulgarians and the inhabitants of the former Yugoslavia, who are almost overwater here, but Thassos is stuck in the viewfinder to tourists beyond the borders of Europe. The most popular places include southern Limenaria and Potos.

Spain, Cuenca – One of the Most Beautiful Medieval Towns
Published: 10.8.2018
Cuenca offers a beautiful view, overlooking the gorge of the river Huecar. The location of the city has the result of a specific architecture in the form of hanging houses rise on steep rocks.

Germany: Rostock I – Historic Hanseatic City
Published: 8.8.2018
For a pleasant stroll along the coastal promenade and a touch of history do not look just for the Mediterranean sea. If you like a lighter climate, head to the Baltic Sea. One of the options is the city of Rostock. And today we take a walk in its downtown.

Russia – Local Versailles and the Atmosphere of Tsars
Published: 6.8.2018
If the French kings have Versailles, we, the Russians, we will have our Versailles. Perhaps this thought passed through the head of the Russian Tsar Peter I the Great. In 1715 he started building a gorgeous complex of palaces and gardens with fountains, which today come to admire tens of thousands of visitors from around the world. Where should you go to get to the Russian Versailles? The town of Petergof is just a few dozen kilometers from St. Petersburg.

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