Pecs

Pecs is a really nice Hungarian city, with about 150.000 population. It has many remains from the time when Turks were the rulers of these parts of Europe. You can find two big mosques in the city, which were both later converted to christian churches. But still a lot of parts remain intact. The Gazi Kasim Pasha Mosque is also interesting because it was the largest mosque ever built on Hungarian soil.

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Rome

Rome, the Capital of the Roman Empire of old, now, the Capital of one of the most seductive countries in all of Europe and the Mediterranean, Italy. Rome is where all the flavors of Italy converge into a heady mix of enchanting ruins, incredible art, inspiring architecture and a vibrant street life like no other in the Planet. Ask any seasoned tourist and they will tell you there isn’t a more romantic and inspiring city than Italy’s capital, Rome.

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Sofia

A picture of Parliament Square in Sofia.

Why not visit Sofia, the biggest city in Bulgaria which population exceeds 1 million inhabitants. This is the political and sports capital of Bulgaria and also the part of some very important east European transport routes. The city is well connected with some other capital cities in surrounding area like Athens and Belgrade. It is also well connected to its airport and the Black sea coast.

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Porto

Panoramic view of the city of Porto in Portugal.

Porto is somehow the lucky city of Portugal. Known also as Oporto in English, the city grew up on the northern bank of the river Duoro. Whatever happened in Portuguese history, Porto always benefited from it, no matter if it was a wine trading, taking provisions from crusaders on their way to the Holy Land or in the time when Portugal was discovering the world, especially in 15th and 16th century. It is one of the best places to visit, if you like discovering hidden treasures. Unesco historical treasures City…

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Minsk

Belarus city of Minsk

Build around Niamiha and Svislac rivers, Minsk is also the largest city by population and size of Belarus. It is the most important city in Belarus, economic and financial center and the capital of the country. It is the cultural capital of the country and many people come here to visit its long rich past that spans centuries back. Minsk museums Minsk is more than a 1000 years old and was build between the Black Sea and Baltic. Unfortunately almost after a whole 1000 years of building, tradition and culture…

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Dublin

Ireland's capital street

Dublin lies on eastern coast of Ireland, not more then 100 km from Englands coast, just across the Irish sea. So no wonder most of the visitor will come to the city by air or sea. Dublin is also a port and 3 main ferry routes are coming here from Wales, Scotland and England. Of course it’s easier to flew here by plane as it will take you not even one hour from most of the British airports. Island of Ireland is divided in two parts. Northern Ireland lies on…

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Visby

Enchanting by the looks A city that only a gaze upon its beauty makes it a worthwhile trip, Visby is one of those special places in Europe that with its preservation of ancient buildings completely differ from the big glass and steel metropolises like Berlin, London or Milan. The city is found on an island east of mainland Sweden close to Latvia and surrounded by Baltic Sea. The Island is a region and also a country called Gotland and is one of the richest places of culture that can be seen through more…

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Antwerp

Old city house in Antwerp

If you like churches, that could be one of the big reasons why to visit the city of Antwerp. But the presence of Cathedral of Antwerp, the biggest gothic style church in Belgium and one of the most beautiful churches far around, is not the only reason to visit this nice city. This great example of medieval architecture is very well preserved. A special feature is the bell tower, which stands over 120 meters tall and was built for over a hundred years. Sea, port – Antwerp Antwerp is the…

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Medjugorje

Our Lady in Medjugorje

What Fatima means for Portugal and Western Europe, Medjugorje means for Bosnia and eastern Europe. Pilgrims from all over the world are arriving to this sacred place of worship and Catholic religion. The story has started in the year 1981, when Blessed Virgin Mary has appeared for the first time to 6 kids who were playing outside. Official Vatican still has some problems with recognizing the appearances and miracles but pilgrims are gathering at the site all the time. It is easy to arrive to Medjugorje from Sarajevo and Mostar…

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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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