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. The city was once an extremely important…

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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 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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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. Ghent grew at fast pace in the medieval time. Because of clothes trade, it soon became one of the largest cities. In fact…

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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 The Netherlands and one of the most beautiful churches far around, is far from being 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. Antwerp is the second…

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Galway

Image of Cliff of Mohar

A true Irish city Located in the western part of central Ireland, Galway is one of those small romantic cities with a true Irish atmosphere. The city is also known as The City Of Tribes because of its early history when it was ruled by a collection of families. The city has its own port that by itself is an attraction. Peaceful settings and beautiful open panoramic views make it all that much attractive. Although Galway has some beaches that can be enjoyed, but they tend to be a bit…

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Edinburgh

Aerial photo of Edinburgh

Adored by all Sitting amidst three volcanic hills, Edinburgh is one of the most adored European cities. The city is only about 70 kilometers from Glasgow which is another city worth checking out if you are in Scotland. Edinburgh is made up from Old and New part, both very attractive because of different architectural styles. There are many history secrets you can learn in both parts of the town. These are ancient narrow walkways and old buildings that create a medieval atmosphere in the Old Town, on the other hand…

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Denmark

Photo of ariel view of Copenhagen at night

A place of commerce Peninsula in northwest part of Europe featuring many islands which most of them are on the eastern side just about 15 kilometers from Sweden’s coast. Denmark has an important geographical position that connects important routes from its south neighbor Germany over the bridges towards Sweden and Finland. Old kingdom in modern times The country is home to almost 5.5 million inhabitants. Denmark is the oldest kingdom in the world and relatively small, but it’s also the country with the highest living standard in the world. It…

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Bergen

Photo of a port in Bergen

Bergen – a city with a thousand year legacy Established almost 1000 years ago, Bergen is a beautiful city surrounded by open views of nature and looking into United Kingdom’s Brae Island. The city is located in southwest of the country and is surrounded by many national parks. Bergen once held the role of the capital city of Norway but later Oslo acquired the title and it has been like that since. Historically Bergen has always been a very important city for Norway and even Europe. During the 13th century…

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Ukraine

Image of Kiev's skyline

First Slavic state Ukraine is one of the biggest states in the Eastern Europe, lying on the border between Europe and Asia but being completely in the European side. Ukraine must also be reminded as the cradle of the first eastern Slavic state. Later this parts were occupied and attacked many times. Russia in the time of the empire state and later in the Soviet Union era made the greatest influence on the history of the state. Still today, all the victims of World War II or the fierce famine…

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