Scotland is a territory soaked in legend and romance. Evocative scenery and the ruined castles in the black grass fields tell stories about a past full of heroism, battles and events that are heard echoing centuries later. The two great cities – Edinburgh, the place of royal residence and Glasgow, full of Victorian splendor – are a magnet for visitors who want to see all that Scotland has to offer. The other side of the country is spectacular scenery – the surrounding countryside, mountains, lakes, rivers full of salmon, unrivaled golf courses and many others.
After the civil war and the breakup of Yugoslavia, Serbia has been reborn as one of the “hottest” destinations in Eastern Europe. The capital Belgrade has a wide range of attractions for tourists – museums and galleries, restaurants, coffee shops and a lively nightlife. Away from the provincial capital, Novi Sad is an enchanting city with an elegant and a picturesque fortress, the DUNAÚJVÁROS. In the far North, Subotica offers secessionist architecture and an atmosphere of Hungary.
Slovakia begins from Tatra Mountains lays over plains, canyons, caves and meadows. The country became independent in 1993, as a result of the famous Velvet Divorce, and today is one of the most popular tourist regions in Central Europe. Family vacations, thermal spas and resorts, and sports are only part of the offer for tourists [...]
Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands is known for its picturesque channels, countless bridges and old houses. If you’re wondering what to see in Amsterdam, the diverse and various attractions and activities will probably fit something for your taste. The city was built in such a way that 101 kilometers of canals surround the inside [...]
If you’ve ever wanted to visit a country known by few people and even fewer who know to point it on the map, Slovenia is the ideal destination. Visit this country as soon as possible, because in a short while this treasure will be very popular. With less than 2 million people, Slovenia is more relaxed and more sophisticated than any other branded destination like ‘Eastern Europe’, and it is the only country that has benefited only from democratic governments in the post-Communist period.
Unlike Croatia or Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia split from Serbia almost without any blood spilled. Even when it was part of Yugoslavia, it was the most prosperous region, which made for a smooth transition from a Communist economy to a free market.