Category Archives: Tourism

Climate and Weather of Angers, France

The climate of Angers Angers is a large city in the central western part of France, in the Pays de la Loire region and is the capital of the Maine-et-Loire department. It is an old town, built in the time of the Romans on the banks of the Maine. The city’s nickname is the flower… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Sant Julià de Lòria, Andorra

The climate of Sant Julià de Lòria The country of Andorra has several parishes and Sant Julià de Lòria is one of them. It is the southernmost parish in the country. In addition, Sant Julià de Lòria is also a town. This city is a great holiday destination in both summer and winter. Winter sports… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Uman, Ukraine

The climate of Uman Uman is a medium-sized city in the central-western part of Ukraine, in Cherkasy Oblast. It is a relatively young city, first mentioned at the beginning of the seventeenth century. During this period, Oeman was in the hands of Poland. Barring some changes in power, this would remain until the end of… 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 »

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 »

What to See in Warsaw (Poland)

According to Zipcodesexplorer.com, Warsaw is located on two banks of the Vistula River. This is the largest city in Poland, the Sejm and the Senate, the President and the Government work here, it is an important economic, scientific and cultural center, the largest railway junction of international importance and an important tourist center. The first… Read More »

What to See in Pleven and Plovdiv (Bulgaria)

Pleven (Bulgaria) Pleven is located in the north of Bulgaria in the central part of the Danube plain near the river Vit. Most of this city is known in connection with the events of the Russian-Turkish war. About 200 monuments remind of the bloodiest battles that took place here. In the center of the city… Read More »

What to See in Brest (Belarus)

In the southwestern part of Belarus on the border with Poland is one of the most famous Belarusian cities – Brest. It stands on the banks of the Mukhavets River, 349 km from Minsk. For the first time, the settlement of Berestye is mentioned in the Tale of Bygone Years under the year 1019. It… Read More »

Mogilev (Belarus)

Mogilev is located on the banks of the Dnieper in the eastern part of Belarus, 201 km from Minsk. The city was founded in 1267, when a fortress was erected at the confluence of the Dubrovenka River with the Dnieper. By the 17th century, the fortress had 12 towers, but, unfortunately, it has not survived… Read More »

Gibraltar (United Kingdom)

Gibraltar is a peninsula in southwestern Europe. From the south it is washed by the Strait of Gibraltar, which connects the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, and from the north it borders on Spain. The area of the peninsula is 6.5 km2. The landscape is dominated by limestone cliffs, dotted with numerous tunnels. The… Read More »