Bosnia Herzegovina travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: To enter in Bosna and Herzegovina you must present your passport or identity card valid for expatriation. EU, American and Canadian citizens do not require a visa to enter the country. Driving Licence: To drive ...

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Bosnia Herzegovina tourist attractions: what to see in Bosnia Herzegovina

Kravice Waterfalls, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Martin Brož. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Tourism in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a fast-growing activity, after the vicissitudes of civil war, the country has infrastructure and tourist facilities of the first order. The country because of its many ethnic groups, cultures and religions, which is reflected ...

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Bosnia Herzegovina climate: when to go to Bosnia Herzegovina

Otis and Zelena Glava mountains, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Frfincon. No Copyright

The climate of Bosnia-Herzegovina is continental with Mediterranean influences in the areas closest to the coast, it is characterized by warm summers and cold, snowy winters, temperatures have high annual excursions and rainfall is abundant, well distributed in each month ...

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Bosnia and Herzegovina: great deal of natural beauty, culture and religion

Stari Most, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Author Halfmonkey. No Copyright

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosna i Hercegovina) is a state, which emerged from the dissolution of Yugoslavia. It consists of three regions: The Republika Srpska (Serbian Republic), the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the District of Brčko. The national capital ...

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Dinant: the city of the inventor of the saxophone

Dinant, Belgium. Author Marc Ryckaert. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Dinant (about 14,000 inhabitants), is a small town of Wallonia in the province of Namur, located 15 km from the border with France and 30 km south of Namur, on the right bank of the Maas (Meuse). The first historical ...

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Tournai: one of the most beautiful towns of Belgium

Tournai, Belgium. Author Jean-Pol GRANDMONT. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Tournai (about 70,000 inhabitants), is a town in the province of Hinault in Wallonia, located 10 km from the border with France, on both banks of the Scheldt. The origins of Tournai are made traced back to Roman military Tornacum ...

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Bruges climate: when to go to Bruges

Bruges, Belgium. Author Jean-Christophe BENOIST. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The climate of Bruges is continental Atlantic with frequent and widespread rainfall, with rather harsh winters due to the cold winds of the Baltic, the summers are cool and rainfall is distributed evenly throughout the year, the average annual precipitation ...

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Bruges: the jewel city of Flanders

Bruges, Belgium. Author Richardfabi. No Copyright

Bruges (Brugge) (approximately 120,000 inhabitants), capital of West Flanders, is located 13 km from the North Sea, it’s connected by some artificial channels with its port, Zeebrugge. In the city are active textile, mechanical, electrical, shipbuilding, metallurgical, chemical, food, glass, ...

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Brussels climate: when to go to Brussels

Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, Brussels, Belgium. Author Karelj. No Copyright

The climate of Brussels is like that of most of Belgium, a kind of climate temperate-oceanic. The climate is  influenced by the Atlantic Ocean, but also from the influence of the continental climate coming from inside the European continent. Rainfall ...

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Brussels: a modern city with a beautiful historical center

Grand-Place, Brussels, Belgium. Author Szilas. No Copyright

The city of Brussels (Bruxelles/Brussel) in addition to being the capital of Belgium is also the seat of several institutions of the European Union (including the European Commission, the European Council, the Council of the European Union, and one of the ...

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How to get to Belgium: flights, trains, buses, ferries

Malines (Mechelen), Belgium. Author Cornischong. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO BELGIUM International Flights: The most important airport of Belgium is the Brussels International Airport, the capital’s airport which is located 13 km north-east of the city center. All international flights landing in Belgium arrive at Brussels ...

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Belgium travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

Gand, Belgium. Author DJC1970. No Copyright

BELGIUM DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: For Europeans citizens of all ages a valid travel document for entry into Belgium include: Identity Card valid for foreign travel or a Passport. Even children and young people must have their own document. US and Canadian ...

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Belgium climate: when to go to Belgium

Steen Castle, Antwerp, Belgium. Author Frank K.. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The climate of Belgium is temperate maritime which means that it is largely influenced by air masses coming from the Atlantic Ocean. The Belgian climate is markedly variable, with frequent and rapid movements of air masses. Along the coast has ...

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Belgium tourist attractions: what to see in Belgium

Ypres (Ieper), Belgium. Author net_efekt. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Belgium has its strength in the beauty of some historical cities such as Brugge (Bruges), Antwerp, Gent. Centers that in the Middle Ages were among the most important trading cities of the continent and that have preserved almost intact their ...

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Belgium: Brussels and the historic towns of Flanders and Wallonia

Cathedral, Tournai, Belgium. Author Jean-Pol GRANDMONT. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Belgium (Royaume de Belgique, Koninkrijk België, Königreich Belgien) is a hereditary monarchy composed of 3 Regions (Brussels-capital, Flanders, Wallonia) and of three Communities: French, Flemish and German Language Community. It is a part of the European Union. Belgium borders on ...

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Belarus: forests and swampy plains

Nesvizh Castle, Belarus. Autore Павел Петро. No Copyright

Belarus is a presidential republic, created after the dissolution of the USSR. The country is bordered to the south by Ukraine, to the west by Poland, to the northwest by Latvia and Lithuania and to the north and east by ...

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Bad Gastein: a spa in southern Austria

Bad Gastein, Austria. Author Usien. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Bad Gastein is an important holiday center of southern Austria, in the province of Salzburg, 80 km to south of the chief town. Situated at 1083 masl. in the Gasteiner Tal, a narrow gorge of the High Taurus acrossed from ...

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Graz climate: when to go to Graz

Graz, Austria. Author jasonb42882. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

The city of Graz is located in the federal state of Styria at the south-eastern foothills of the Alps and along the River Mur at about 350 meters above sea level. The climate of Graz is mixed between the alpine ...

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Graz: capital of Styria with a beautiful old town

Graz, Austria. Author Pablo Nicolás Taibi Cicare. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution.

Graz is the capital of the province of Styria in Austria and is the second largest city per population in the country (about 285,000) and is a major university city. Graz is a particularly fine example of a European city ...

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Innsbruck climate: when to go to Innsbruck

The Golden Roof, Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria. Author and Copyright Liliana Ramerini

Innsbruck is embedded in the valley of the Inn River at over 570 meters above sea level, surrounded by the mountains of the Austrian Alps, due to the location of the city, the climate of Innsbruck is continental, characterized by ...

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Innsbruck: the most important city of the Tyrol

Christmas Markets in Innsbruck, Austria. Author and Copyright Liliana Ramerini

Innsbruck is the capital of the Tyrol region in Austria, the city has about 135,000 inhabitants and is located in the valley of the River Inn at about 600 meters a.s.l. and it is surrounded by high mountains of the ...

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Linz climate: when to go to Linz

Hauptplatz, Linz, Upper Austria, Austria. Author Rolf Süssbrich. Licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo

The city of Linz is located in a flat area in the north center of Austria along the Danube River. The climate of Linz is characterized, in general, by significant temperature changes which cause cold and snowy winters, with temperatures ...

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Linz tourist attractions: what to see in Linz

Christmas market in Linz, Austria. Autore Tomi M. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The city of Linz has an interesting old town with buildings in Baroque and Renaissance style, some of the most beautiful to visit are the Bishop’s Residence (Bischofshof), the Landhaus, seat of the regional parliament of Upper Austria, and the ...

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Linz: Old Town in Gothic and Baroque style along the Danube

Neuer Dom, Linz, Upper Austria, Austria. Author Dein Freund der Baum. Licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo

Linz is an industrial city in Austria (190,000 inhabitants), Austria’s third largest city by population after Vienna and Salzburg, active river port on the Danube and the capital of the province of Upper Austria, Linz is located almost halfway between ...

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Salzburg tourist attractions: what to see in Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria. Author Jiuguang Wang. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Salzburg is known worldwide due to the beauty of its Baroque architecture, the scenic layout of the city along the Salzach River, and the fact that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in this city in 1756. In 1996, UNESCO declared ...

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Salzburg climate: when to go to Salzburg

Salzburg, Austria. Author Hans-Willi Thomas. Licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo

Salzburg is located north of the Alps in the north-central area of Austria, over 400 meters in height along the Salzach River and the border with Germany. The city’s climate is continental temperate and it is characterized by cold and ...

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Salzburg: the city of Mozart

Salzburg, Austria. Author Andrew Bossi. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Salzburg, capital of the region of the same name, is located in north-central Austria. The city has nearly 150,000 inhabitants is the fourth largest city in Austria and is located on the banks of the river Salzach, bordering northern Alpine ...

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Vienna Museums. What museums to visit in Vienna

Vienna, Austria. Author and Copyright Liliana Ramerini..

Wide and first-class is the range of museums in Vienna, is given here only a small selection of museums that we believe are most interesting to visit during a short stay in the city, of course the museums in Vienna ...

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Vienna tourist attractions: what to see in Vienna

Christmas Market in the Town Hall Square (Wiener Christkindlmarkt am Rathausplatz), Vienna, Austria. Autore Marco Aldeia. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The main tourist attractions of the city include the two majestic imperial palaces of the Hofburg and Schönbrunn. Vienna was one of the great European capitals, until the Austrian defeat in the First World War the city rivaled as economic, ...

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Vienna climate: when to go to Vienna

Vienna, Austria. Author and Copyright Liliana Ramerini..

The city of Vienna is located in northeastern Austria in a flat area along the banks of the Danube River at a height of around 200 meters, but some parts of the city reach 500 meters high. The climate in ...

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