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Alta, the important commercial town is famous by rock drawings (about 4200 -500 BC), listed in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites
Known for the Hanseatic wharf, the fish market and the surrounding fjords Bergen offers the ideal combination of nature, culture and pulsating city life
The Norwegian Aviation Museum, which displays aircrafts from 1913 to 1993, is one of the main sights of Bodo, also known as «an Eagle’s city» due to a record number of eagles
To get acquainted with the Sami people culture and enjoy the best fishing one have to visit Hammerfest - the most northern city in the world, located at 70 ° North Latitude
Kristiansand is a favorite vacation spot of the Norwegians. Beautiful beaches begin already in the city. Excellent salmon fishing, delicious fish cuisine
Notodden Blues Festival, which takes place in early August, annually attracts tourists from all over the world. There are also a large number of well-preserved monuments
It is the capital and largest city of Norway, with museums of national importance, lively nightlife and cultural scene. It’s a great destination for those who enjoy outdoor activities.
Tonsberg is considered to be the oldest city throughout Scandinavia. Now it is the major tourist centre of Norway
Tromso is situated on the island and is surrounded by fjords, mountains, islands. Local residents are proud of the most northern university and botanical garden, breweries
Trondheim is a famous university town with numerous attractions, preserving an atmosphere of a cozy village
Spa town of Baden-Baden, one of the most elitist resorts in Europe, long since was a favourite place of rest of Russian aristocracy. The most "Russian" of German towns and cities
Cathedrals and churches, museums and theaters tell about history of Berlin. Modern skyscrapers, shopping centres, restaurants and nightclubs give a spirit of today
Duesseldorf, more than 700 years old city, is saturated with an outstanding architecture, old breweries and pubs, student cafes, restaurants, bars and cheap shops
Frankfurt - both economic and cultural capital of Germany. There are good theaters, interesting museums and art galleries. International fairs often take place here
Hamburg is the Free Hanseatic city, having a status of a federal state. Today it is the green city with parks, rivers, channels and lakes. University of Hamburg is one of the largest in Europe
Heidelberg is the oldest university town. Wonderful Baroque ensemble of historical center, pisturesque ancient bridge, ruins of medieval castle on a hill, famous Philosophenweg
There are many sports facilities in Lindau: beaches and pools, windsurfing, diving, water skiing, sailing. Competitions in cycling and athletics, various art festivals are often held
Munich - the capital of Bavaria - a major financial, industrial and cultural center of Germany. Bavarian beer is famous all over the world
Rothenburg is the city - museum, almost completely preserved a medieval view. Every night on the town square appears a night watchman with halberd
Charming little town Rüdesheim am Rhein, the wine capital of Germany, is crammed with restaurants, bars and wineshops. Famous Wine Museum in the ancient Broemserburg castle
Historical center of Aarhus is a museum under the open sky, where are gathered 70 structures of 16-17 c. from all the country, many of which are opened to the public for browsing
Odense, the capital of the island Funen and one of the most ancient and beautiful cities in Denmark, is best known as the birthplace of great fairytale writer Hans Christian Andersen
One of the main Baronissi’s landmarks is the House of Poetry (Casa della Poesia). Also, the commune is known for the annual Jazz Festival.
The famous silhouette of Bologna draw beautiful high towers. In the Middle Ages the total number of towers reached 180, but today no more than a dozen left
If you happen to go to Bracigliano, take your chance to taste local delicacies braciola di capra (goat chop) and soppressata (a kind of salami).
The Collazzone commune has been the centre of olive oil production since Roman Age. Nowadays there are more than 65 000 olive trees.
Florence - the capital of the Italian Renaissance, the world centre of art and culture, where the most of the cultural heritage of Italy is concentrated
Due to its beneficial location near the Tiber small village Fratta Todina has for long been the subject of armed conflicts between Todi and Perugia.
Marsciano gained prosperity in the Middle Ages owing to its brick and terracotta industry. Now it is a touristic town surrounded by serene countryside
Massa Martana is a small town in Umbria. Its most interesting landmarks are three Romanesque churches and the remnants of the stone city wall.
Mercato-San-Severino stands on the banks of the Solofrana river. The ruins of a medieval castle in the old part of the town are of tourist interest.
Monte Castello di Vibio is a city for connoisseurs of calm and privacy. The true gem of it is the smallest theater in the world- theater of Concorde.
Pisa is known all over the world thanks to its leaning tower. But there are also many no less interesting Etruscan and Roman monuments and Renaissance buildings there
Positano is especially attractive for female tourists as it is the homeland of the eccentric but stylish “Positano Fashion” summer clothes brand.
Ravello is the highest (350 m above sea level) and the most musical city of Amalfi Coast. It is home to the annual “Festival Internazionale di Musica”
Rome - the eternal city - the stunning combination of historical center with ancient ruins, palaces and squares and all the main features of a modern metropolis
In Middle Ages Salerno was one of the greatest European centers of medical science (even women studied here). Today it is a popular seaside resort.
Scafati is located close to Vesuvius. The surroundings of Scafati are of great historical interest: there are traces of Iron Age human settlements.
Siderno is a fabulous resort of the Ionian coast of Italy. In addition, bergamot orange widely used in food and cosmetic industries is grown here.
Siena is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities of Tuscany. The historic centre is wonderfully preserved since the Middle Ages, most of the buildings were built in 13-14 cent.
Sorrento is popular not only owing to “limoncello”, but also due to its being close to a lot of Italian points of interest: Naples, Amalfi, Vesuvius.
Todi's history started about 2700 BC. Today it is the town with one оf the most picturesque (and loved by film makers) piazzas in Italy.
For those who love history, walking in Triest is delightful. Although this city is more medieval, the earlier civilizations left the imprint here. Excellent shopping
Unspoiled lakes and pristine alpine valleys are beautiful surroundings of 7 great golf courses on the outskirts of Varese in Italy.
Venice - a seaside resort, a centre of international tourism of worldwide significance. Famous international film festivals and art exhibitions are held here
Vicenza, the city of arts, is one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites: houses and villas designed by Andrea Palladio are recognized internationally.
Vietri sul Mare can surprise you both with the splendor of its landscapes and the talents of local residents in production of pottery.
Almyros is a perfect vacation place - sandy beaches, beautiful meadows, olive groves and luxury hotels; 5 taverns, 2 mini-markets, playgrounds, barbecue areas
Arkassa is well-known for its sandy beach and big waves. It is a great place to have fun in warm waves, but it’s recommended only for good swimmers.
In Athens there are: the President's residence, government, parliament, the Olympic Stadium, Opera House, Conservatory, theaters, museums and art galleries
Chalcis (Chalkida, Halkida, Halkis or Chalkis) - the chief town of the island of Euboea, is an ideal place for cultural and beach holidays
Chania is a port on the north coast of Crete. Ancient Venetian harbour, Firkas fortress; Archaeological and Naval museums; restaurants, markets, comfortable hotels
Elounda, former fishermen village, today is an ideal place for quiet romantic rest. Comfortable hotels, numerious cafes and restaurants,various shops. Submerged ruins of an ancient city
Kastoria is an ancient city on the picturesque Orestia Lake. Monuments of antiquity, the most beautiful manors and churches of Byzantine epoch, unique traditional architecture
During its long history, the city of Lefkada was under the dominion of the Venetians, French, Turkish, Russians, and British, which gave it its unique color
Lefkos («White») is one of the most beautiful villages of the Karpathos Island, especially in spring and summer, when lilies are blossoming here
Matala is a village on the southern coast of Crete. According to Greek legend, Zeus, turned into a bull, brought the Phoenician princess Europe over here
In the modern part of the settlement there are a lot of shops and souvenir shops. The old part dips you into atmosphere of time, when Messaria was a prosperious industrial center of Santorini
Messolonghi is the small provincial town, very slightly changed its appearance since XIX century. The main attraction of this place is the Park of Heroes
At various times the city of Naupactus was an ecclesiastical center, and a major trading center of western Greece. There are cozy beaches and many opportunities for water sports here
Nydri is the main resort of the eastern coast of the island of Lefkada. Tourists will find here turbulent day and nightlife – never ended feisty atmosphere
Piraeus was the largest port of the ancient world and still remains among the most important ports of the Mediterranean
Visit the upper town and the castle walls, where you can enjoy stunning views of Thessaloniki, the White Tower, the church of Saint Demetrius of Thessaloniki
The city of Trikala is stretched on the banks of the Lithaios river. Attractions: the Byzantine fortress, the Ethnographic Museum, the collection of icons of XVI-XIX centuries and many others
Vasiliki Bay is ideal for windsurfing - wind direction and strength are mostly predictable, so competitions are often held there
Volos is the land of ancient myths – Argonauts sailed for the Golden Fleece from here; centaurs lived on Pelion Mount. There are also a great number of churches
Amboise is famous for the fact that here, in the Clos Lucé manor house, spent the last three years of his life and died genius Leonardo da Vinci
Blois is a royal city with an ancient Roman aqueducts and a legendary medieval castle. A lot of cozy restaurants and hospitable hotels
Nine hundred years ago the city of Caen was the favoured residence of William the Conqueror. It still remains impressive despite of it was badly destroyed during the month of fighting in 1944
The Cancale resort is called an Emerald Coast. The sea is cool and beaches are deserted even in the midst of a season here. Excellent sea food restaurants
Coutances, the ancient town of Bishops, is considered to be a city of art. The main attraction is Notre Dame de Coutances, the oldest of Norman Gothic cathedrals (XIII century)
The main pride of Deauville are two hippodromes - La Touquet and Clairefontaine, where all the year round are held racings, horses selling auctions and international meetings of equestrian sports representatives
Fecamp is a coastal town, famous for fresh cod and Benedictine liqueur with herbs and spices
Orleans - is the hometown of one of the most famous historical figures of France - Joan of Arc. The main attractions are the house of Maid of Orleans and the Gothic Cathedral of the 9th century
Everyone dreams to see Paris! There are thousand ways to discover this delightful city! Find your own one
Pontivy, a large market town, is made up of two distinct halves. There is the mediaeval area which centres on the 15th cent. castle Chateau des Rohan, and the old town, with its beautiful timbered buildings. Excellent shopping
It was in Rouen where Joan of Arc was burnt in 1431, being declared a heretic. Now, the city is a real open-air museum of masterpieces of Gothic architecture
Nice and hospitable town of Saint-Benoit-sur-Loire on the banks of the Loire is famous for cozy hotels and the medieval Abbey of Fleury
Saint-Malo (founded in XII cent) is a center of international tourism now - rich architecture, museums, excellent hotels and sandy beaches; sailing, golf
Tours is a city in central France, the capital of the Indre-et-Loire department. The region around Tours, is known for its wines and for the famous Battle of Tours in 732
In Versailles, a Paris suburb, is situated luxurious Palace of Versailles with splendid park ensemble, a largest in France museum complex and historic-cultural monument
Antequera, the so-called "stone heart of Andalusia". Narrow cobbled streets, cozy green squares with charming marble fountains; numerous churches, monasteries, Baroque palaces
Argelita is located in the valley of the Vilafermosa River. Scenic nature, healing springs and rich history make this village worth visiting.
Avila is a beautifully preserved medieval city, with staggering city walls, towers, monasteries, nunneries and churches
It’s Spain's second largest city and the capital of Catalonia. The city has a wealth of unique historic architecture and has emerged as one of the most popular tourist destinations during the 1990s.
Breda (Girona) was founded by Romans near the Onyar River. Now, when the city has grown dramatically, the river divides it into Old and New halves
Calatayud is the only stop of the AVE high-speed train from Barcelona to Madrid. The city is famous for its well-preserved ancient Muslim fortress.
Callosa d’En Sarrià's most visited landmarks are the church of San Juan Bautista and the Fountains of Algar, waterfalls formed by the homonymous river
Tiny - about 1 sq km - Castellfollit de la Roca stands on the high cliff between Toronell and Fluvià rives and is a fabulous viewpoint.
Tourists visiting Cordoba should necessary climb to the ancient city walls, walk on the bridge built by the Arabs from the remnants of a Roman bridge, see the Moorish castle
El Far d'Emporda is a municipality in 47,5 km from Girona. Its major landmark is the XIII century Gothic church of St. Martin (Església de Sant Martí)
Hostalets d'en Bas is situated on the south of the d'en Bas Valley. It is a scenic agricultural village listed as a historical landmark.
Granada was and now remains a dream of romantics and poets. Time seems does not touch the city –one still can meet pack donkeys, accompanied by colorful drovers here
The Hostalric municipality is well-known for its bright festivals and funfairs as well as for the early medieval Hostalric castle.
Huesca is the centre of economy of Aragon. Tourists are usually attracted here by the Fiesta Mayor in summer and by nice skiing facilities in winter.
La Bisbal d'Empordà’s foundation dates back to VIII century, when the first local church of Santa Maria de la Bisbal was consecrated.
The capital of Spain is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. With its intense cultural activities and artistic vitality
Niebla is a village located in about an hour drive from Seville. The most interesting landmark of this place is the Alcázar, XV century royal palace.
Olot, the town situated in the Catalonian Pyrenees, is famous for its volcanic craters. The most spectacular local landmark is a church in one of them
The municipality of Porqueres includes mountainous villages of Pujarnol and Merlant; Usall, located near the Lake of Banyoles; and Mata, its capital.
The Castle of Pubol is located in a small medieval town in the Baix Empordà region of Catalonia. It was the home to surrealist painter Salvador Dali and his wife Gala.
Rupit is a small town located on the territory of the La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park. It’s famous for its unique hardened lava-covered streets
The municipality of Santa Coloma de Farners is known for the Park of San Salvador with its fountains and nice SPA in the Termes Orion Hotel.
Santa Pola was founded by Romans and since those times it has been a prosperous sea port. The best local attraction is the daily fresh fish market.
The capital of Galicia Santiago de Compostela is the third sacred place of the Catholic world (after Rome and Jerusalem) as the final point of the Saint Jacob’s Way
Each epoch - a dominion of the Romans, Visigoths, Arabs, Catholic kings - left an imprint in Segovia: Romanesque and Gothic churches, fortress walls, the unique historic centre
Sevilla is the heart of Andalusian culture, the center of flamenco music and corrida. Excellent restaurants specialized in Andalusian, Spanish and international cuisine
The town known as Imperial Tarraco since the Roman domination offers a number of historical sites including churches from several different periods and a well preserved Roman colosseum.
Teruel is hard to get to, but this mountainous town worth it. Some of local historical buildings are listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.
Toledo - one of the most important centres of European medieval history is also known for national cuisine, especially the world famous marzipan
Although Tordera is not in the list of the most visited Spanish towns, it is still a nice place with scenic nature and an obligatory Romanesque church
Rest in Valencia - a great opportunity for any summer sport –swimming, scuba diving, golf, tennis and others; a variety of nightlife and cultural programs
The municipality of Vallat is populated by less than 100 inhabitants, but it still has the medieval castle to explore and take some great photos.
Zaragoza, located in the valley of the Ebro River, is as old as the Christian religion. Some tourists are attracted by its history, other – by nature.
Belozersk, one the oldest Russian towns, retains charm of old day's Russian province. Belozersky Kremlin, ancient churches, stone and wooden merchant's mansions of 19 c.
Berezovsky Ryadok is a quiet age-old village with wooden church, located on the picruresque bank at the junction of Berezayka and Msta rivers in the northern part of Valdai Hills
Bogolyubovo, a city of the Golden Ring of Russia, is world famous for architectural monuments of 12 c., including Svyato-Bogolyubsky monastery, Church of the Intercession on the Nerl
The main and practically only one point of interest in the tiny town of Borisoglebsky is the majestic architectural ensemble of Borisoglebsky monastery
Gorodnya is one of the most ancient settlements on the bank of the Volga river in Tverskaya oblast; it is best known for its Nativity Church, a rare monument of Old Russian architecture
The quiet provincial town of Gorokhovets on the picturesque shore of Klyazma is famous for its ancient monasteries, white stone temples and unique stone dwelling houses of 17 c.
Gus-Khrustalny is the largest center of glass industry in Russia and one of the cities of the Golden Ring. The world famous Glass and Crystal Museum is situated here
The main landmark of Ivanishchi village in Tverskaya oblast is the Dormition Church, built in 18 century, an important monument of temple architecture
Kalyazin is an ancient small town on the Volga river, formerly an important trade and handicraft center; well preserved historical structures, the bell-tower of Nickolskaya Church
Tour to Lodeinoe Pole is an opportunity of acquaintance with cultural and historical attractions of the district, which was founded by Peter I in 1702
Murom, one of the oldest russian cities, has preserved a great number of historical monuments: monasteries and temples; The Trade Rows and various residential structures of 19 c.
Myshkin, museum-town of Russian province, preserving its charming atmosphere. Old merchant's houses, picturesque manors; Mouse Museum, Flax Museum, Museum of Valenok
Novgorod is one of the oldest and most famous Russian cities - in 2009 it celebrates 1150 anniversary. A lot of well preserved monuments of ancient architecture and painting
Ostashkov is the capital of lacustrine Seliger land and one of the most charming small towns of Russia; fine monuments of temple architecture and well-preserved old quarters
Petrozavodsk is a scientific, cutural, historic and tourist center of Karelia, quiet and cozy provincial capital on the picturesque shore of Petrozavodsk Bay of Lake Onega
Architectural and historical monuments of Rostov the Great, one of the oldest cities of the Golden Ring, are the invaluable heritage not only of Russian, but also of world culture
Rybinsk - the former "city of barge-haulers" and "granary of Russia" - preserves a unique atmosphere of old merchant city due to charming eclecticism of its architecture
Ancient tiny town of Selizharovo, picturesquely located on both banks of the Volga river, still maintains its original architectural and landscape appearance
The village of Shirkov pogost on Lake Vselug is famous for its wonderful wooden Church of John the Baptist, called the "Tver Kizhi" and imposing stone temple in pseudo-Russian style
Sochi is not only the largest resort of Russia, but also the only one located in the subtropics - over hundred of kilometers of beaches along the Black Sea coast
Sortavala is the second largest (after Petrozavodsk) tourist center in Karelia, a historical city of Russia and a true treasury of architecture in the spirit of Finnish romanticism
A former capital of the Russian Empire, St. Petersburg is a museum - city under the open sky. Besides, there are more than 200 different museums – from world’s famous to tiny
Staritsa, spreading on both sides of the Volga river, is one of the most ancient cities in Tver land, a unique historical and architectural monument
The most beautiful city of Suzdal,abounding in monuments of Old Russian architecture, has preserved its historical appearance and is considered the capital of the Golden Ring
Where Toropa river flows out from the Solomino Lake, amidst the wide forests lies Toropets, a city with centuries-old history, in which past and present blend harmoniously together
Torzhok, a scenic town with centuries-old history, located on the banks of the Tvertsa river, is known not only as a museum under the open sky, but also as a popular resort town
Totma preserves the tranquill atmosphere of small provincial town: quiet narrow streets, abundance of trees, ancient merchant houses, churches in Totma Baroque style
Pictorial ancient town of Tutayev, the so-called "Volga River gem", has preserved its unique historical appearance and is considered one of the most beautiful Volga cities
The ancient upper-Volga city of Tver attracts numerous tourists, both Russian and foreign, with its rich museums, splendid architecture and the most interesting cultural life
Uglich, beautiful ancient town, standing among thick woods on the shore of mighty Volga, is celebrated for its numerous wonderful monuments of church and civil architecture
The main adornments of Velikoe village are the architectural ensemble of Church of Nativity of Our Lady and Lokalov's mansion, stylized as Russian terem (tower-chamber)
Veliky Ustyug is most beautiful city with white stone temples and old merchant mansions, a true gem of Russian North, the home of Russian Ded Moroz (Father Frost)
Vladikavkaz was founded in 1784 as a fortress at the entrance to the Darial Gorge on the river Terek. The picturesque city stretches on the both banks of the Terek
Vladimir, an ancient and most beautiful Russian cite, a true gem of the Golden Ring of Russia, boasts with great number of splendid white stone architectural monuments
The ancient city of Vologda is a keeper of age-old Russian traditions, a treasury of wooden and white stone architecture, a large center of folk handicrafts and trades
Tour to Vsevolzhsk is interesting, first of all, by opportunity to get acquaintance with historical and cultural monuments, churches and museums
In Vyborg one can see the only medieval castle on the territory of Russia and many historical monuments. Various festivals are regularly held here in summer
Yaroslavl, the oldest of Volga cities, was founded by Yaroslav the Wise in 1098-1010. Its historical center, famous for numerous architectural masterpiecrs, is a World Heritage Site
The main landmark of Zavidovo village is the restored temple complex, consisting of Dormition Church, Trinity Church, bell-tower and museum, dedicated to the history of the complex
Mountains, surrounding Alushta as amphitheater, retreat from the shore for 5-10 km. There are 5 rivers in the area; trails for biking, hiking and horseback excursions
Bakhchisaray is a town in Central Crimea, the former capital of the Crimean Khanate. Its main landmark is Hansaray, the only extant palace of the Crimean Khans, a museum now
Clean and soft golden sand, gently sloping sea bottom, clear water, attract tourists to Eupatoria. It is one of the sunniest cities in the world - the sun shines here 258 days a year
Feodosia has everything for health treatment and relaxation - mineral water, curative mud, sea shores with golden sand beaches
Kerch, an ancient port city, has experienced the impact of different cultures and civilizations. There are warm sea, well-groomed beaches and boundless steppe here
Kiev is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine, the richest treasure house of historic and cultural monuments, important center of business and education, science and culture
The legendary Lviv is a true jem of Western Ukraine, the most beautiful ancient city, rich of historical memories and unique monuments of architecture and culture
Warm sea, sunny beaches, umbrageous wide streets, cozy yards, beautiful historical buildings, legendary sparkling humour and hospitality of locals - all this is Odessa
Saky is the oldest resort on the Black Sea. The climate here is ideal for relaxation - it combines properties of both steppe and sea zones. The resort is famous with curative mud
The legendary hero city Sevastopol is one of the most beautiful port cities in the world and an excellent sea-resort, a large historical-cultural and touristic centre of Crimea
Simferopol is the capital of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in southern Ukraine, an important political, economic, and transport center of the peninsula
Staryi Krym has a fame of a city of centenarians. In a vicinity of the city mysterious caves and curative springs wait ecotourism enthusiasts
Sudak, a small town with quiet beaches and ancient Genoese fortress is an ideal place for family holidays
Yalta, the most popular and fashionable resort of Crimea, is located in subtropical zone. There are an abundant vegetation, fabulous beaches and healing air
Freedom permeated the whole atmosphere of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. The city is remarkably tolerant
Delft - museum under open sky; over 600 historical monuments; The Royal Porcelain Factory, Town Council, Prison Tower, Prinsenhof Museum.
Ohrid - Macedonian tourist centre on the bank of the same name lake; city-museum; "Slavic Jerusalem" (365 active churches); antique theatre.
Antwerp is the largest city in Flanders and the second-largest seaport in Europe, the world center of diamond trade; a great number of museums and historical architectural monuments
Bruges is one of the most picturesque European cities, a true treasury of medieval architecture; city of beautiful canals and bridges, rightfully called "The Northern Venice"
Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is a city with interesting and often dramatic history, boasting the richest architectural inheritance; the most important cultural center of Europe
Gomel is an ancient and eternally young city on the bank of Sozh river. Historical monuments, wonderful architecture of different epochs, the famous palace and park complex
Minsk is the capital of Belarus - a cultural center, with a lot of museums. The main sights in Minsk region are: ancient cities Zaslavl and Nesvizh, and Brest Fortress
Ayia-Napa - popular Cyprus resort; "capital of parties"; splendid hotels; fashionable bars and restaurants; active night life; cape Greco.
Larnaca is attractive both with its historical monuments and its comfortable hotels, beautiful sand beaches and date-tree alleys. A lot of opportunities for active rest and entertainment
Limassol, the second largest resort on the island, is an exceptionally cosmopolitan and cheerful city, a favourite rest place both of the clubbing youth and of the respectable public
Paphos - included in the UNESCO's World Heritage list; Aphrodite's bay; Tombs of the Kings; ancient ruins, antique monuments, churches, basilicas.
Balatonfüred is the first balneology health resort on the Balaton Lake, which sprang up in 18th c. and became famous as the "heart sufferer's Mecca". Picturesque nature, excellent wines
The central part of the Hungarian capital is in the UNESCO list of cultural sites of world significance. Budapest is also considered to be the balneological capital of the world
Eger attracts tourists with wonderful architecture in Baroque and Classicism style, curative thermal springs, known from as far back as the Middle Ages, and excellent red and white wine
Besides the rest on well-kept beaches, Keszthely offers its guests an acquaintance with quiet ancient streets and truly magnificent Baroque palace of the Festetics family
Charming health resort town of Tapolca is known first of all for its karst caves, famous speleoclinic and underground lake, where boat excursions are conducted
Balchik is a cozy resort. There is an atmosphere of peace and harmony. Hotels are mostly small with compact territory. The famous botanical garden of queen Maria worth visiting
Bozhentsi is the village located in the mountains. It has a status of an architectural and historical reserve. Now there remain 100 houses aged from 100 to 250 years
Hissar is an excellent balneological resort. The unique mineral water cures kidney, liver, stomach, and the system of internal secretion
Melnick is the smallest city in Bulgaria. The population - less than three hundred residents. Tourists enjoy the famous local wine - Melnick
Nesebar is the oldest European city, which is older than five thousand years. It is interesting by wooden architecture, churches, and the well-preserved medieval ruins
Rome is much younger than Plovdiv. Athens and Constantinople also appeared later. Plovdiv is magically beautiful in all seasons
Varna - one of the biggest and most beautiful cities in Bulgaria. One can find examples of an ancient Greek, medieval and modern culture here
Veliko Trnovo is the ancient capital of Bulgaria, where architectural monuments of many epochs are carefully preserved. A lot of cafes, bars and restaurants
The cityscape of Bratislava is characterized by medieval towers and grandiose 20th century buildings
Bar, a modern city with wide boulevards and lush Mediterranean vegetation, is a major center of tourism and shipping at the entrance to the Adriatic Sea
In the city of Budva it is easy to combine beach relaxation with fascinating excursions to historical places of interest
The museum-city of Cetinje is proud of the most well-preserved collection of weapons on the Balkans. The collection contains the highest achievements in this field
In Herceg Novi there is a wide variety of beaches: pebble beaches, beach-platform, as well as an artificial beach with fine sand. There are excellent conditions both for passive recreation and water sports
Thank to beauty of nature, diverse mountain terrain and favorable climate, Kolasin is very popular among fans of ecotourism, skiing, and other forms of active leisure
Old Kotor is one of the best preserved medieval towns in this part of the Mediterranean. Today it is the city of bustling pageantries, national festivals, bright carnival, international fashion shows
Niksic is known for historical monuments, monasteries, churches and . . . Nicsicko beer. Beautiful lakes, located near the city is the main recreation area in summer time
Perast is the city of seafarers, preserving breath of distant times of great discoveries, the first mention of which refer to 1326. Perast is interesting to fans of history, antiquities and adventures
Petrovac – is a resort city, attracting fans of quiet vacations in the surrounding of Roman and Venetian culture monuments
Despite the fact that during the Second World War, most of the historic buildings in Podgorica were destroyed, there are still a sufficient number of interesting cultural and historical monuments
Tivat offers great opportunities for active recreation – diving, fascinating mountain hiking and biking, climbing, surfing, water-skiing and catamaran sailing
The southernmost resort city of Montenegro - Ulcinj is famous with mild climate, greenery, luxury hotels, ancient and medieval monuments
Dubrovnik is a real pearl of the Adriatic, a museum-city with amazing architecture and rich history, a center of tourism with mild Mediterranean climate, wonderful nature and clear turquoise sea
Zagreb, the recognized cultural center of Croatia, attracts tourists with its numerous museums, theaters, art galleries and medieval architecture
Belgrade was founded by Celts in III cent. BC and since then it was completely destroyed 39 times. Therefore it whimsically combines Eastern and Western cultures
Bern, the capital and the heart of Switzerland, is an incredibly beautiful medieval city, which has preserved its original appearance. A World Heritage Site, a true treasury of art
Geneva is famous throughout the world as one of the largest centers of international diplomatic activity, the cultural center of Switzerland. Lake Geneva is the largest natural freshwater lake in western Europe (582 km²)
Zermatt is an idylic town surrounded with mighty mountains. Traditional Alpine architecture; stone-paved narrow streets without autos; hotels, restaurants and cafes with world name
Zurich is the largest center of tourism in the country, the Swiss Venice. Gothic Old Town, scenic Zurich lake and Limmat river, beautiful parks, excellent shopping in Banhofstrasse
The capital of Moldova Chisinau (Kishinev) is very green. There are many buildings of XIX century, interesting museums and the National Theatre
Gdansk - marine capital of Poland; Old City - architectural ensemble of 13th-18th centuries: gothic St. Mary's Church, Royal Highway, Golden House.
Krakow - cultural capital of Poland; "European Capital of Culture of 2000"; Old City is an object of World Heritage; castle ensemble Wawel.
Warsaw - capital of Poland, the largest city of the country; one of the most beautiful cities in Europe; marvelously restored Old City; Royal Highway.
Mdina - ancient Malta\'s capital, about 4000 years old; city-fortress; museum under open sky; catacombs.
Valletta - Malta's capital, its economic and political centre; city-fortress; narrow srtaight stair-streets; 3 picturesque parks; museums.
Natural and historical features, geographical location, just near the Alps, make Bled and countryside an ideal place for tourism. The town has already existed for a thousand years.
The capital of Slovenia is a beautiful small town situated on the river Ljubljanica that divides the city centre below the castle hill. It's full of galleries, museums and young artists.
The town resembles a large open-air museum, with medieval architecture and a rich cultural heritage. Narrow streets give the town its special charm.
Postojna Caves consist of 20 km of wondrously sculpted galleries, chambers and halls, into which over the last 180 years welcoming guides have taken a multitude of 28 million visitors
The ancient cozy town of Canterbury is known primarily due to "The Canterbury Tales" by Jeoffrey Chaucer, grandiose early-Gothic cathedral and well-preserved medieval architecture
Cardiff, the modern capital of Wales, combines the fragnance of old days with the spirit of modern times. Medieval castles, Llandaff cathedral,the largest in Europe Millenium stadium
London is the richest city in Europe - the capital of Great Britain. London holds the leading position in cultural life, social communication, politics, finance and entertainment
Manchester is famous not only for its monuments of Gothic and modern architecture, theatres and museums, but also for its numerous clubs and entertainment centers of all kinds
Rochester is an ancient town with Normann castle, early-Gothic cathedral and the oldest in the country King's school. It is described in Charles Dickens' novel "Great Expectations"
Cesky Krumlov, a small city in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic, is famous for excellent architecture and art of the historic old town and Český Krumlov Castle. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
An excursion to the village of Holašovice shows to tourists the unique rural Baroque style in architecture of XIV century
Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad) is a popular tourist destination since the 19th century. It is especially famous as a spa resort, but also known for the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and the popular Czech liqueur Karlovarská Becherovka
Kromeriz was founded in 1260 by Bruno von Schauenburg, bishop of Olomouc. The main sight of the city is a beautiful castle with well preserved rooms and furnishings, which are among the most valuable interiors of Medieval Europe
Kutná Hora is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among the most important buildings are the Gothic, five-naved St. Barbara's Church, Italian Court, formerly a royal residence and mint, built at the end of the 13th century
Thanks to a favorable climate and iodine-bromine mineral water, Lednice resort helps to cure post-traumatic, post-burn and post-surgical states, neurological, gynecological diseases and many others
Litomysl, a city of over a thousand years history, is famous for its ancient architectural monuments, as well as musical and theatrical performances
They call the city of Olomouc - Hanácká Rome because of an abundance of architectural monuments and pieces of art
Prague is a city of unique beauty! There are Romanesque and Gothic buildings, and constructions of Renaissance and Baroque styles intricately combined with Art Nouveau, Cubism and Deconstructivism
They call Telc - "Moravian Venice" because of an abundance of water reservoirs and monuments of medieval architecture
Třebíč is a regional centre with a population of approximately 40,000. There are many sights. The Jewish Quarter and St Procopius' Basilica are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Liechtenstein princely family had spent almost 3 centuries for the creation of this vast estate in the Baroque style. As a result, an area of 250 sq. km. of the Valtice castle is home to several buildings, garden houses, romantic pavilions etc
Zelena Hora attracts tourists with the church of St. John of Nepomuckého (1719) - a pearl of Baroque style. The church symbolizes a magic number "5" - it has a form of a five-pointed star, five inputs and five altars
Bucharest attracts tourists by numerous historical monuments - palaces, churches, monasteries, as well as gardens, museums and art galleries
Sighisoara - a remarkable beautiful town - was founded in XII century as a fortress guarding an approaches to mountain passes in the Carpathians
Seen from the river - one of the city's many great viewpoints - Lisbon is an impressionist picture of low-rise ochre and pastel, punctuated by church towers and domes.
Porto is a city, that gave name to Portugal and port wine; Ribeira Quarter, Port Wine museum, famous bridges, that are unique engineering solutions of the time
Sintra is summer residence of Portuguese kings, UNESCO World Heritage Site; Pena National Palace, Castle of the Moors, Monastery of Capuchins
Ludza is a quiet, green town with the presence of ancient history. Great vacation spot for those who love nature: swimming in various lakes, fishing, hiking
Due to the mixture of different cultures - German, Latvian, Russian and Polish - Riga has its own unique and unforgettable image
Tukums - a small town surrounded by gardens. The main sight - Pils (Castle) Tower, the remains of the Livonian Order Castle, which was built in 1730
City of San Marino is very rich in monuments of medieval architecture, magnificent temples and interesting museums
Capital and the largest city of Lithuania, its economical centre; beautiful "Old city";Roman-Catholic churches; "European Capital of Culture" of 2009.
Fjällbacka is a small fishing town, built in 17th century, with narrow streets, nice tile-roofed houses, scenic offshore islands and the the huge stone cliff of Vetteberget
Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden after Stockholm, the most important historic and cultural, touristic and sports center of the country, its gastronomic capital
Historic and cultural monuments, medieval architecture, wonderful parks and gardens of Malmö, the third largest city of Sweden, attract tourists from all over the world
It is one of the world’s most beautiful cities, splendidly spread out over fourteen islands and the magnificent Stockholm Archipelago seascape
Uppsala, one of the oldest cities of Sweden, is celebrated for its magnificent gothic cathedral, first and largest in Scandinavia university, the Linnaean Garden
Visby is the old capital of Gotland and UNESCO World Heritage site. Medieval city wall, narrow cobbled streets, ancient houses with tiled roofs, abundance of greenery
Quiet provincial town of Ystad is one of the best preserved medieval towns of Skania County, therefore the main industries here are trade, handicraft and tourism
World fame to Salzburg brought Mozart - the composer, who was born here. In honor of the genius Arts Festival is held in the city annually
Vienna is a city of magnificent palaces, majestic sguares and picturesque narrow streets; city of imperial grandeur, but also of homely cosiness; the uncontested musical capital of Europe
Helsinki is the cultural and tourist center of Finland with a great deal of museums and architectural monuments
Kolari is best suited for summer holidays: walking, cycling, fishing, hiking and other fun; in winter - cross-country skiing, reindeer-sleigh safaris
Kotka is one of the oldest cities in the country (the first settlements appeared here in XI cent)- great opportunities for recreation, many first-class hotels, excellent shopping
The town of Kouvola originally grew up around the junction of the north-south and east-west rail tracks. It still prospers and benefits from its logistically good location
Sports facilities to suit all tastes are there in Lappeenranta: golf, squash, badminton, tennis, billiards. There are also a race track, numerous ski trails and water-health resort with swimming pools, saunas, whirlpool baths, waterfalls, etc
Small town of Porvoo is two centuries older than the Finnish capital. Sleepy streets, paved with stone, wooden houses, barns with berths on the river, the medieval cathedral…
Rovaniemi is located very close to the Arctic Circle, so it is possible to observe a real polar day, and polar night, and northern lights here. It is a residence of Santa Claus
Turku is the oldest city of Finland (13th cent) - a mixture of a long history and modernity. As in any medieval European city, there is a river, a cathedral, a castle, and a market square