The climate of Poland: when to go to Poland

Poland has a moderate continental climate, with a short fairly hot summer and a harsh winter (from mid-October to mid-April) with minimum peaks around -20 ° C, with snowy precipitations and long periods of frost. The climate is uniform throughout ...

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The attractions of Poland: what to see in Poland

Poland is a country with historical attractions and an important history which is clearly reflected in its historical cities (Krakow, Paczków, Zamość, Wrocław (Wrocław), Toruń), in their palaces, castles and churches. But it is also a country with interesting natural ...

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Poland: vast plains, historic cities and lakes

Poland (Polska Rzeczpospolita) is a parliamentary republic, located in eastern Central Europe, bordered to the northeast by Lithuania and the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, to the east by Belarus and Ukraine. To the south-west the Sudeten Mountains separate it from the ...

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The climate of Norway: when to go to Norway

Lofoten islands, Norway. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The climate of Norway is subpolar as regards latitude, but with particularly mild temperatures thanks to the action of the warm Gulf Stream, a branch of which runs entirely along the Norwegian coast and ensures that surface waters never freeze. ...

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Tourist attractions in Norway: what to see

Geirangerfjord, Norway. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Natural and landscape attractions are the main motivations for a trip to Norway. For tourists, Norway generally means spectacular fjords, glaciers and islands. But those who visit the far north of the country during the summer also have the opportunity ...

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Norway: fjords, waterfalls and glaciers

Bergen, Norway. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Norway (Kongeriket Norge) is a constitutional monarchy whose territory occupies the western coastal strip of Scandinavia, the country is not part of the European Union. Norway is divided into 19 regions called “fylkers”. In addition to Oslo, the capital, Bergen, ...

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The climate of the Netherlands: when to go to Holland

The Netherlands are in the area affected by the Atlantic climate, but the inland areas of the country are also influenced by the continental influences from the heart of Europe. The influence of the Atlantic Ocean results in a climate ...

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The attractions of the Netherlands: what to see in Holland

The Netherlands is a country where arts and culture lived their heyday during the 17th and 18th centuries. In this period, the country dominated a commercial empire that extended across the seas of the whole planet. It was in these ...

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Netherlands: dams, canals and historic towns

The Netherlands (Koninkrijk der Nederlanden) are a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system, which includes the Caribbean islands of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba. The country is bordered to the east by Germany and to the south by Belgium, to ...

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The climate of Montenegro: when to go to Montenegro

The climate along the coast of Montenegro has the typical characteristics of the Mediterranean climate, while just a few kilometers from the coast has features typically of the continental climate, in the higher mountain ranges the climate becomes Alpine with ...

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The attractions of Montenegro: what to see in Montenegro

In the small territorial extension of Montenegro, the tourist will find many tourist attractions. Along the coast there are historic cities of clear Venetian influence, with medieval fortresses, buildings and churches, and a sea with beautiful beaches. While in the ...

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Montenegro: rugged mountains, a fjord and a beautiful coast

Montenegro (Republika Crna Gora), became an independent nation after its separation from Serbia in 2006. This small country, which had previously only been independent from 1878 to 1918, is located in the southern part of the Balkan peninsula, which overlooks ...

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Monaco: one of the smallest states in the world

The Principality of Monaco (Principauté de Monaco) is a small European country. Its importance is greater than other sovereign states of similar size. Only the State of the Vatican City is smaller. The principality is located along the coast between ...

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Moldova: what was ancient Bessarabia

The Republic of Moldova (Republica Moldova) is a republic of South-Eastern Europe, which was part of the Soviet Union until 1991. In that year the country was declared independent. Its eastern section, the so-called Transnistria, has not signed the declaration ...

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The climate of Malta: when to go to Malta

Malta is an island located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, which has a mild and warm climate, typically Mediterranean, the main features of the Maltese climate are the long dry summers and the short and humid winters. The ...

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Tourist attractions of Malta: what to see in Malta

Thanks to its position, Malta has always been a link between European and African cultures. The island of Malta has countless tourist attractions. There are exceptional prehistoric remains, medieval monuments and fortifications, and interesting natural attractions. But the main tourist ...

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Malta: fortifications, prehistoric remains and sea

Malta (Republic of Malta/Repubblika ta’ Malta) is a parliamentary republic located in the central Mediterranean Sea south of Sicily between 36° and 35° north latitude. The country is made up of an archipelago, which consists of the islands of Malta, ...

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The climate of Macedonia: when to go to Macedonia

Macedonia has a pronounced continental climate with cold winters, pronounced variations in temperatures and temperatures that can drop to -15 degrees. The summers are hot with temperatures that can reach 40 degrees. The dry air makes, however, tolerable the extreme ...

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Macedonia tourist attractions: what to see in Macedonia

The Republic of North Macedonia has a rich heritage of cultural, artistic and architectural attractions. Its churches and mosques contain many fine examples of art and architecture of the Byzantine and Ottoman periods. The cultural and natural heritage of the ...

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North Macedonia: Orthodox monasteries and mountains

North Macedonia is a small parliamentary republic located in the southern Balkans. The country has common boundaries to the north with Serbia, to the east with Bulgaria, to the south with Greece and to the west with Albania. Macedonia has ...

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Luxembourg: a small but rich Grand Duchy

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (Grand-Duché de Luxembourg/Großherzogtum Luxemburg/Groussherzogtum Lëtzebuerg) is a constitutional monarchy, which is part of the European Union. The state is divided into the three districts Diekirch, Grevenmacher and Luxembourg, which in turn are divided into 12 ...

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The climate of Lithuania: when to go to Lithuania

The climate of Lithuania is a type of climate mixed between the maritime climate and the cold climate, the maritime climate prevails only along a narrow strip of land located on the Baltic Sea, while the rest of the country ...

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Lithuania tourist attractions: what to see in Lithuania

The cities of Vilnius and Kaunas are the main tourist attractions of Lithuania. The capital Vilnius, whose historic center is part of the UNESCO heritage, is a city full of buildings of the most varied styles. There are palaces and ...

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Lithuania: the largest of the Baltic States

Lithuania (Lietuvos Respublika) is a parliamentary republic, which lies along the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. It borders to the north with Latvia, to the east and southeast with Belarus, to the south-west with Poland and Russia (the Russian ...

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Liechtenstein: a small principality situated in the Alps

Liechtenstein (Fürstentum Liechtenstein) is a small principality, wshich is embedded in the Alps between Switzerland and Austria. The country is a constitutional monarchy, divided into 11 communes (Gemeinden) and has Vaduz as its capital. The principality is not part of ...

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The climate of Latvia: when to go in Latvia

The climate of Latvia is a temperate mixed between the maritime and continental, coastal areas have a warmer climate, while the influence of the sea is considerably attenuated in the inner regions. In general, the climate of the country is ...

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The attractions of Latvia: what to see in Latvia

The most important of the attractions of Latvia is undoubtedly the country’s capital, Riga. Well located on the Baltic Sea, in the center of the vast Gulf of Riga. The city still retains its historical center (which is a heritage ...

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Latvia: what was the ancient Curland

Latvia (Latvijas Republika) is a parliamentary republic, divided into four main regions: Livonia (Vidzeme), Letgallia (Latgale), Courland (Kurzeme) and Zemgallia (Zemgale). The country became independent in 1991 and joined the European Union in 2004. The most important cities are the ...

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The climate of southern Italy: when to go to southern Italy

Is Aruttas, Sardinia, Italy. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Southern Italy is largely characterized by the typical Mediterranean climate made up of mild and rainy winters and hot and dry summers. Only along the Apennine mountains does the climate of southern Italy become continental. To become a mountain climate ...

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The climate of northern Italy: when to go to northern Italy

Dolomites, Italy. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Northern Italy includes several climatic zones, the largest climate zone in northern Italy is the one that includes the Po Valley, the valley where flows the river Po, in this area the climate is mainly continental with cold winters and ...

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