Category Archives: Europe

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Climate and Weather of Sneek, Netherlands

The climate of Sneek According to sportingology, Sneek (Snits) is located in the central-western part of Friesland, in the municipality of Súdwest-Fryslân on the Sneekermeer (Snitser Mar). The city was founded in the 10th century and has had city rights since the 13th century. Sneek is one of the eleven cities where the Elfstedentocht passes.… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Bremen, Germany

The climate of Bremen Bremen is a city in central Germany, on the river Weser. The city is of course known for the fairy tale of the Bremen town musicians and owes its heyday in the Middle Ages, among other things, to the fact that it was a real Hanseatic city (port). There are still… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Anderlecht, Belgium

The climate of Anderlecht According to citypopulationreview, Anderlecht is a large city and municipality in the central part of Belgium, in the Brussels-Capital Region. Anderlecht is located in a place that has been inhabited for many centuries. Remains of prehistoric habitation have even been found. Remains of an old Roman villa have also been found.… Read More »

Barcelona, Spain Travel Tips

Public transport in Barcelona According to howsmb, the bus and metro network in Barcelona is tightly woven and works pretty well – when there isn’t another strike going on. Unfortunately, the bus timetables are a bit confusing and most of the time the companions don’t really make good progress in heavy traffic. It is easier… Read More »

Mineral Springs of Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

A tourist paradise, one of the most stable countries in Eastern Europe with a high standard of living, low prices, historical places of unique beauty. Leisure and free time. Clubs: as the Czechs themselves say, in addition to breweries and pastry shops, their capital is famous for jazz clubs. The most famous are “Amigo”, “Metropolitan”,… Read More »

Serbia Market Opportunities

Despite the economic crisis in the world caused by the covid-19 virus pandemic, Serbia has managed to maintain production capacities and prevent a significant decline in the country’s economy. The package of comprehensive economic measures adopted by the Serbian government, the favorable structure of the economy and the increased sectoral and geographical diversification of exports… Read More »

What to See in Aruba, Netherlands

The two most important cities in Aruba are Oranjestad, the capital, and San Nicolás. Oranjestad is located on the south coast of Aruba. The name of the city is translated from Dutch as “orange city”. There are no oranges here, but the city itself is very colorful. All buildings in Oranjestad are made in the… Read More »

What to See in Austria

According to Top-mba-universities, Austria.Austria is divided into 9 lands, each of which is entangled in a network of excursion routes. The capital of Austria – Vienna – is located in the eastern part of the country in the middle reaches of the Danube River. The visiting card of the Austrian capital is the famous Viennese… Read More »

What to See in in Belarus

Brest, on the territory of 164.5 thousand hectares, the National Park “Belovezhskaya Pushcha” is located, which protects the largest and most ancient forest in Europe – Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The park captures the territories of the Brest and Grodno regions on the border with Poland. For the first time these places are mentioned in the Ipatiev… Read More »

Belgium Visa and Entry Requirement

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Belgium To visit Belgium for business, tourism or private purposes (to visit relatives or friends), you need to obtain a short stay visa, which is a Schengen visa allowing you to travel to both Belgium and the Schengen countries. If the main country of residence is Belgium, the Schengen… Read More »

What to See in Bulgaria

Rila Monastery (founded in the 10th century by the hermit Ivan Rilsky). It is located 119 km south of Sofia. The monastery is located at an altitude of 1147 m and covers an area of 8800 square meters. It attracts not only foreign visitors, but also pilgrims from all over Bulgaria. Bachkovo Monastery. This monastery… Read More »

What to See in Croatia

Croatia has a rich history, and therefore a lot of interesting places to visit. In the northern part of Croatia, at the very border with Slovenia, the most developed tourist region of the country is located – the Istrian peninsula. With its green hills, picturesque small towns and landscapes, it resembles a French or Italian… Read More »

What to See in Cyprus

Nicosia Thereare many historical monuments in Nicosia. Most of them are located within the so-called Old Town. Previously, this territory was the heart of the city, but with the arrival of the Turks and the division of Nicosia lost its meaning in two parts. The old town is surrounded by a medieval rampart built by… Read More »

What to See in Czech Republic

Undoubtedly, the most beautiful city in the Czech Republic is Prague. There are many excursions with sightseeing of the capital. At the beginning of the 19th century, Bernardo Volzano counted 103 towers in Prague and thus the city acquired the name “City of a Hundred Towers”. There are currently over 500 of them! The center… Read More »

What to See in Estonia

Many medieval castles remain in Estonia from the era of the German knights. Most of them have survived to our times only in the form of ruins. The most popular among tourists and the most outstanding are the Tallinn and Narva castles. Tallinn Castle known as Toompea. This is one of the oldest architectural complexes in… Read More »

What to See in Finland

Helsinki . When visiting a country, you cannot miss visiting its capital. The oldest part of Helsinki is the Senate Square, one of the most beautiful in the world. The square, like the city itself, was built according to the plan of Karl Ludwig Engel (1778-1840), a German architect from Berlin who lived in Finland.… Read More »

What to See in France

Chartres Chartres Cathedral is considered by many to be the most beautiful Gothic cathedral in France. if not Europe. This is one of the most revered church buildings in the world. The cathedral at Chartres was built in 1145. Somewhere at the same time, a precious relic appeared in it – the Veil of the… Read More »

What to See in Germany

In Berlin, it is worth visiting the Kurfürstendamm boulevard, Potsdamer Platz, the most crowded square in the city; Berlin Zoo, founded in the 18th century; look at the Brandenburg Gate, built at the end of the 18th century and which is the symbol of the city. The most famous buildings of this city are the… Read More »

What to See in Greece

Capital of Greece Athens. This is a city that gave the world democracy, the culture of antiquity and left a significant mark on world history. Here, antiquity coexists with modernity, and Byzantine churches with neoclassicism of the 19th century. The main attraction of the capital is the Acropolis, which has become a symbol of ancient… Read More »

What to See in Iceland

CITIES Reykjavik is the capital of the country. The city was founded in 874. In 2000, UNESCO awarded Reykjavik the status of “Cultural Capital of the World”. The city’s name means “smoky bay” in Icelandic. Reykjavik is located on a peninsula, to the east of it rise mountain ranges, among which Mount Esja stands out.… Read More »

What to See in Ireland

CITIES Dublin is the capital of Ireland. The city was founded at the beginning of the 9th century on the east coast of the island in the Delta of the River Liffey on the shores of Dublin Bay. Dublin is considered one of the most ancient cities in Western Europe. There are many historical sights… Read More »

What to See in Italy

In Verona , thousands of tourists are attracted by Piazza Bra (1st century) – the ancient Roman arena, which is the second largest after the Colosseum, the Church of San Zeno (5th century), Juliet’s house and grave, Erbe i Signoria Square, Stone Bridge and Old Lock. Florence is not inferior to Rome in the richness… Read More »

What to See in Lithuania

Most of the excursions in Lithuania are devoted to familiarizing tourists with the history of the country and the sights of its largest cities. According to Top-mba-universities, Vilnius is the capital and largest city of the country. It was founded in 1323 at the confluence of the Neris and Vilnia rivers. The center of the… Read More »

What to See in Malta

Valletta is the capital of Malta. The Grand Master of the Order of St. John, Jean Parisot de La Vallette, began the construction of this amazing city in 1566, after the victory of the Order of the Knights over the army of Suleiman the Magnificent, who besieged Malta, but could not capture it. The new… Read More »

What to See in Montenegro

Coastal towns On the shores of the Bay of Kotor, many sights have been preserved, because people have lived here since ancient times. The Bay of Kotor itself is amazingly beautiful, it can be viewed from the adjacent rocky plateau. Several bays, interconnected by narrow channels, protrude into the coast for more than 20 km.… Read More »

What to See in Netherlands

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. The city was founded on the banks of the Amstel River in 1275. The center of the city is Dam Square, on which stands the Royal Palace. Its building was built in 1648 and originally housed the municipality. In 1808, Napoleon wished to make this building his residence.… Read More »

What to See in Norway

Norway is quite an expensive country. Separately, only skiers go to Norway. Capital of Norway – Oslo – not of great interest in terms of the excursion program. This city was badly damaged during the Second World War, after which it was rebuilt. But nevertheless, there is something to see here. Of the cultural and… Read More »

What to See in Poland

Cities. The architectural appearance of Polish cities is very diverse – these are Gothic churches, and castles of the Renaissance, and pompous palace and park complexes in the style of classicism. They are full of wonderful historical monuments – evidence of the clash of different directions of Western and Eastern cultures. The largest cities in… Read More »

What to See in Portugal

Sintra. The town of Sintra is located northwest of Lisbon.. It is under the protection of UNESCO. Sintra was loved by the Portuguese monarchs; here is – Palacio Nacional da Pena – a unique monument of the era of romanticism, which housed the summer residence of the Portuguese kings. From the height of this palace,… Read More »

What to See in Romania

CITIES Bucharest is the capital of Romania. The city is located in the south of the country in the historical region of Wallachia. It was founded in 1459 and became the country’s capital in 1862. In the south of the city is the historical part. Now there is a 12-story House of Parliament, which was… Read More »