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How to Get to Chamonix, France

The small town of Chamonix lurks in a valley among the Alps, and the nearest airport is 80 km away. However, getting to the popular ski resort is not so difficult – trains and buses run here from many European cities. It’s faster and cheaper to go from Geneva. The railway and highways pass through… Read More »

Udine, Italy

Udine, despite the official status of the capital of the province of the same name, remains a quiet city not favored by tourists. And most of those who know about its existence are most likely interested in football – one of the oldest clubs in Italy, Udinese, is based here. For almost the entire history… Read More »

Sights of Breda, Netherlands

There is always something going on in the Brabant Burgundian city of Breda. If it’s not on the Grote Markt, it is in one of the many museums in the city. The beautiful green city park and the many canals that run through the city give Breda a cozy and urban appearance that it deserves.… Read More »

Places of Interest in Deventer, Netherlands

According to Estatelearning.com, Deventer is the third city of the province of Overijssel, belonged to the Hanseatic cities and is now a popular tourist destination. More and more Dutch and international tourists are discovering this lively city on the IJssel. In fact, Deventer has almost everything you can look for in a nice city for… Read More »

Places to Visit in Eindhoven, Netherlands

Although at first sight Eindhovenwould categorize as a modern city, it still has about 140 national monuments. The number is particularly high in the ‘de Bergen’ district. In this part of the city is also the Wilhelminaplein which is known for its ‘brown’ bars. The Philips company is inextricably linked with the city of Eindhoven.… Read More »

Monaco Sights, UNESCO, Climate and Geography

According to wholevehicles, the Principality of Monaco is a small country, even one of the smallest in the world, in the southern part of Europe. The country has only land borders with France and borders the Mediterranean Sea in the south. Although the country is located in Europe, it is not part of the European… Read More »

Resorts and Attractions in Germany

Germany (Deutschland) is a state in Central Europe. The word “Germany” comes from the Celtic “gair” (neighbor). According to Cheeroutdoor.com, the capital is Berlin. The official language is German. Currency – euro. Religion – Christianity. Population – 82,797 million people The climate is maritime and temperate continental. The temperature in January is -5, in July… Read More »

Holidays and Weekends in Spain

January 1 – New Year Very often the Spaniards spend New Year’s Eve (Noche vieja) on the street, at various festivities, discos, restaurants and bars. Young people often gather in companies in the house of one of the participants in the celebration. In Madrid, a crowd of celebrating traditionally gathers in the central square of… Read More »

Resorts and Attractions in Finland

First of all, Finland is famous for its rivers and lakes – the Mecca of European water tourism, ski resorts: Himos, Vuokatti, Ruka, Tahko, Ylläs, Levi, Saariselga. In the summer, magnificent nature, labyrinths of lakes, a charming coastline, hiking or cycling trips will not leave anyone indifferent. Helsinki – Empire style buildings on the Senate… Read More »

Austrian Cuisine

International cuisine does not use the phrase Austrian cuisine. Instead, the concept Viennese cuisine is used. It became popular during the Congress of Vienna in the 19th century and immediately competed with French cuisine. Binding to the name of the city should not be misleading, because we are not talking about the culinary traditions of… Read More »