Mostar

Mostar city by night

While being in Bosnia and Herzegovina or in neighboring Croatia, Mostar is surely a town you will not miss in your discoveries. Small town with around 100.000 population has Bosnian and Croatian population. In some way, the nationality and the religion are dividing the city in two areas. Not only psychologically but also physical, because Croats are living mostly on the western bank of the Neretva river. Whenever you’re in region at any given time of the year, Mostar is a good choice to visit. Pretty old town center featuring…

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Saint Petersburg

Image of Saint Petersburg at night time

Beautiful and vast St. Petersburg This is an amazing city, once knows as Leningrad but regained back its old name St Petersburg in the year 1991, after the Soviet Union has been dissolved. This city is surely the pearl of Russia, city of beauty, in many aspects much greater then the capital of Moscow. This great city was built as a port on the Baltic sea, only in the year 1703, so it’s just about 300 years old, which makes it very young in comparison to many other historic valued…

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Bruges

Photo of Bruges

Architecture to fall in love with With the population of over 110.000, Bruges is one of the biggest cities in Belgium, smaller then Antwerp, Ghent or capital city of Brussels but larger then Ostend or Namur. This city is full of beautiful details, waiting to take you to the history lessons of architecture. Bruges is often compared to Amsterdam or Venice because of its numerous canals. Take a boat tour for a great experience and to learn how a medieval city functioned. Most of the top attractions are in the…

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Dubrovnik

Coastal town of Dubrovnik

Found in the far southeast coast of Croatia and only about 45 kilometers from Montenegro, Dubrovnik is one of the few cities on earth that has this magical old charm about it from medieval times. Dubrovnik was one of the most promising cities in old times and with its skilled diplomats and thriving economy could rival other major cities like Venice. The city also had a huge role in developing Croatian culture because many famous poets, sculptors and scientists all come from Dubrovnik.

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Sunny Beach

A relaxing place with plenty of water sport opoortinities

Sunny Beach is first and best summer resort in Bulgaria. It is positioned on the coast of the Black sea, between Varna and Burgas. While another popular resort Golden Sands is on the northern Bulgarian coast of the Black sea closer to Romania, the Sunny beach is much to the south, closer to Turkey. The Sunny Beach resort has a mild Mediterranean climate which has attracted guest for decades. Tens of years ago, the government of Bulgaria started to invest money in this district, building first hotels and apartments. Constructions…

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Varna

Varna theater, Bulgaria

Varna is the coastal town in Bulgaria. It is a very important port and literally the sea gate of Bulgaria. Varna lies far from the capital city Sofia, on the Black sea coast, between two most popular summer destinations in Bulgaria – Sunny Beach and Golden Sands. It’s close proximity to the international airport gives the city a lot more posibilities for development in business and tourist sector. The third largest airport, called Aksakovo Airport, had way over 1 million of passengers in last years. Regular flights are going towards…

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Burgas

A beautiful city situated on the Black Sea Coast.

Burgas is not only the largest city on the Bulgarian coast but also one of the largest cities in Bulgaria. In fact, with the population of about 200.000 citizens, only Plovdiv, Varna and the capital of Sofia have highest population. Burgas is mix of everything. It is a town where you can make some business or visit some interesting museums and check other sites. Also you can swim in Black sea or hike around the Burgas lakes, where they obtain curative mud and also sea salt. The lakes are part…

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Tirana

Tirana, Albania

About 20 percent of country population lives in Tirana. Albanian capital is pretty new city as it was founded in time after Ottoman rulers took over the Albania in 17th century. Tirana is only 30 kilometers inland from the warm Adriatic Sea which makes it an excellent point for developing business and tourism. Its position put it on the map in the beginning of the 20th century, when rulers from Italy decided to move capital of the Albania to this until then totally unimportant city.

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Ghent

Canals in Ghent

Landlocked city of Ghent lies far to the northwest of the Belgium, not so far from Bruges, also close to Atlantic ocean and border with The Netherlands. It is a fair sized city with around 250.000 citizens, therefore being the third largest in Belgium by population. Ghent size is about the same as the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana and both cities are greatly appreciated by the tourists. Visit Ghent festivals and exibitions Ghent grew at fast pace in the medieval time. Because of clothes trade, it soon became one of…

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Novosibirsk

Image of Novosibirsk from sky

Novosibirsk – from a small village to a huge city Located in the southern part of Central Russia, Novosibirsk is a huge city that can compare to Moscow, Yekaterinburg and Saint Petersburg. The city isn’t that old as its only about a little over 100 years old and before that it was just a village. A later new railway system was constructed linking the city to Asia which increased city importance significantly. Visiting Novosibirsk in the summer is pleasant. The weather at this time is mostly warm, but in the…

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National University of Ireland

National University of Ireland was established in the year 1845. It uses the Motto “With the favour of God”, which reminds us that strength is knowledge. Over 17.000 students are attending the scholarship at this university now, which is a lot compared to only 97 in first year. Especially if we know that there was almost 40 professors. This is one of the best universities, ranked as the top 2% of universities in the world. Nelson Mandela was a honorable visitor of the university in the year 2003. The community…

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