Tips for trips
USA, Colorado – The State of the Heart of Stone
There is a mountain state in the southwest United States. It is known for beautiful nature, high mountains, ghost towns, important scientific institutions, and developed agriculture. If you guessed Colorado you are right!
Italy, Bari – Coastline Town on the Shores of the Adriatic Sea
Bari is the capital of the Apulian region. It is situated on the Adriatic coast. It is the second largest city in southern Italy right next to Naples. Getting to Bari is quite fast. It takes about an hour and a half to fly from Prague.
France, Departement Rhône – Lyon III.
Before seeing other sights, we would like to present you couple of interesting facts on Lyon.
France, Departement Rhône – Lyon II.
Last time we got the first glimpse of Lyon, mostly its cuisine and gastronomic traditions. Toda,y we learn more on sights and interesting museums.
Germany, Berlin – A Green City
Intercultural gardens, nude beach, sheep, birds’ singing, rusty Ferris wheel making squeaking sounds in the wind, grass on the runway of former airport – these are some of many green places in Berlin. Easy-going atmosphere is typical in Berlin. Too bad that many try to do only sightseeing without stepping in Berlin’s green.
SK, Galanta: A Center of the Danube Region - VIDEO
In the southwestern part of Slovakia, approximately 50 km from Bratislava, lies the town of Galanta. Although it is a small town in terms of its area, it offers visitors a lot of interesting things in terms of monuments and history.
Israel, Jerusalem – Behind Old Town's Walls
Not only the Old Town of Jerusalem is hiding real tourist treasures, so today we go for a walk that directly behind city walls. We start on Mount Sion, whose name is only another expression for the State of Israel. This mountain is located behind the southwest wall of the Old Town, the biblical King David's burial ground, and the very last supper of the Lord happened here.
Italy, Livorno – Like Venice
90 kilometers westwards from Florence there is the city of Livorno. Home to 160 thousand is an interesting place to spend a vacation at.
Germany, Thuringia: Weimar – Mecca of German Literature
An icing on top of our journey in Thuringia is Weimar – a city with unimaginable rich cultural heritage. It lies on the River Inn, exactly in the center, that connects Erfurt and Jena.
Italia, Vincenza – Palladio's Sand Box
Let's look at the city formed by a single architect. Halfway between Verona and Venice, you will find Vincenza, home to one hundred thousand and also to UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Germany, Thuringia: Jena – The City of Youth
Jena is the second largest Thuringian city. It lies on the River Saale about 50 kilometers east from Erfurt. It is an industrial city from time immemorial and it is world famous for its production of glass.
South Korea, Gyeongju: Treasures of an Ancient Korean Empire
Gyeongju, or Geumseong as it was referred to in antiquity, used be the capital of ancient kingdom of Silla which ruled over two thirds of the Korean peninsula. Today, it is a modern, relaxed city of 250 million. It is the third most popular destination next to Seoul and Jeju-do.
SK, Šamorín: Old and Modern - VIDEO
Šamorín, a town of nearly 14 thousand, is situated in western Slovakia less than 25 kilometres southeast of Bratislava. The rye-island town is surrounded by the Danube Lowland and is divided into five parts, namely Šamorín, Bučuháza, Čilistov, Královianky, Mliečno and two historical parts Gančháza and Šámot.
France, Normandy – American Cemetery and Other Interesting Places
After amazing Le Mont-Saint-Michel one wouldn’t believe there is something else as amazing as this place. Still, we have several tips for you where to go.
Germany, Erfurt: Date In Heart Of Thuringia
The Land of Thuringia, full of grandiose castles, chateaus, ancient monasteries and churches, located in the middle of Germany. Thuringian towns attract its atmosphere in the narrow streets and in open squares where you can meet at every step the stand with local specialties, such as grilled Thüringer Bratwurst sausage.
France, Normandy – Le Mont-Saint-Michel
War movies fans think of Normandy mostly as the landing site for the Allied invasion in July 1944. However, Normandy has long and rich history. Its flag has three golden leopards. The people of Normandy call them „les treis cats“ - the three cats
Germany, Wernigerode – The City At the Foor of the Highest Peak of the Harz Mountains
Wernigerode, a German town, is fun to see not only for fans of history, architecture, magical nature and hardcore fans of trains. There is a narrow railroad and also you can take a ride by steam train. The city is also called as “colorful city at Harz " (Die Bunte Stadt am Harz).
South Korea: A Spirit Of Korean Republic I.
Omnes viae Roman ducunt. All ways lead towards Rome. Each European knows this sentence. To tell the truth, South Korea has its own Rome, it is Seoul. This word means "a spirit" in English. This short word is characteristic for such town, as it is really a spirit, and you can fully feel it, on occasion of your first visit there.
Spain, León – Not Only a Stop on Pilgrimage to Santiago I
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.
Israel: Qumran – The Dead Sea Scrolls
Today we move to one of the most popular archeological sights of the world, to Qumran located at northwestern shore of the Dead Sea, near the city of Jericho. This place is famous for finding of the so called Dead Sea Scrolls, also known as the Qumran manuscripts.
Italy, Montepulciano – A Brief Visit of Southern Tuscany
The romantic town of Montepulciano has saved its medieval looks, great pleasure for anyone who loves history. However, it is not known for history only for it is great producer of pork, cheese, honey, and mostly wine. Nobile di Montepulciano Wine is considered the best what Italy offers.
France, Haute-Savoie – Annecy and Lac d’Annecy
The Alpine Venice - truly fitting nickname for this small town in Haute-Savoie. Jean-Jacques Rousseau wrote after he visited the town: „Now I have been happy. Now I have lived.“
Israel: Caesarea – The City of Herod the Great
Caesarea or Caesarei, or Kaisareie in Greek, is a city located near the larger city of Hadera, in Israel, on the shore by the Mediterranean Sea. This historically important city is one of the most popular cities in the country. Why is it so we tell you in our article.
Italy: Cremona – Rest and Enjoy Specialities in this Town
Cremona is the place to nourish all your senses. We have seen and touched beautiful architectural jewels, listened to irresistible sounds of violin, and it is time to reward our taste buds. In the city, you do not just feel the scent of wood and see the colors of the violin workshops, but you can also smell the goodies they prepare in local taverns.
France: Corsica- A Trip to the Mediterranean III
For the third and final time, here is a look at this beautiful Mediterranean island.
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