Tampere: a city at the center of the area of the Finnish lakes

Tampere (210,000 inhabitants, more than 340,000 in the metropolitan area) is one of the most important cities of Finland, located in southern Finland, in the famous Finnish Lake District, between the lakes Pyhäjärvi and Näsijärvi about 180 km north of ...

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How to get to Finland. Flights to Finland

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO FINLAND The largest and most important airport of Finland is Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (HEL). From this airport transit flights from major European cities and the rest of the world connected with Finland, also depart from here flights ...

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

FINLAND DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: EU-nationals to enter Finland just need to be in possession of an identity card or passport. Minors may enter Finland if they have their own passport / identity card. For nationals of most countries the required ...

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How to get to Faroe Islands. Flights to Faroe Islands

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO FAROE ISLANDS The only airport in the Faroe Islands is located in the southern part of the island of Vágar. In this airport arrive and depart all international flights and helicopter flights that connect the various ...

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Faroe Islands travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

FAROE ISLANDS DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: Nordic countries: Citizens of these countries do not need a passport or visa, but they must carry an identity document. EU-Countries, Schengen-countries and other countries: All residents of these countries must carry a valid passport. Children ...

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Tallinn climate: when to go to Tallinn

Tallinn has a continental climate with cold, long, dark winters – in this season the average temperature of February is about -5 ° C, but in the colder months the temperature can drop to -30 ° C – and short ...

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Tallinn: the most beautiful of the Baltic capitals

Tallinn (about 570,000 inhabitants, of which: Estonian 54.8 %, Russian 36.6 %, Ukrainian 3.6 %, Belarusian 1.9 %, Other 3.1 %), Estonia’s capital and port in the Gulf of Finland. Tallinn was founded by the Danes in 1219, who built ...

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How to get to Estonia. Flights to Estonia

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO ESTONIA The most important airport is of Estonia is Tallinn-Ülemiste Airport (TLL), this is the only point of arrival for tourists from abroad by air. Tallinn airport receives flights from several European capitals, including London, Paris, Amsterdam, ...

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

ESTONIA DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: Passport or identity card are required for entry in Estonia of European citizen. Children and minors must have their own passport / identity card. For nationals of most countries the required travel document for entry in Estonia ...

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Copenhagen climate: when to go to Copenhagen

Copenhagen has a kind of oceanic climate, with variable weather in all seasons, however, mitigated by the influence of the Gulf Stream. In the spring months of April and May, the climate is mild, while in June to August is ...

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Copenhagen: Royal Palaces, an old harbor and beautiful gardens

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and the largest city in the country (500,000 inhabitants, 1,200,000 in the metropolitan area), the city is located on the sea along the east coast of Sjælland island and in part on Amager island, in front ...

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How to get to Denmark. Flights to Denmark

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO DENMARK The main airport of the country is in Copenhagen, from which depart flights to most European and world destinations that fly to and from Denmark. Another busy international airport is located in Billund, about 250 ...

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

DENMARK DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: As of March 25, 2001 Denmark is among the countries of the Schengen Pact, to this date, are no longer made ​​border controls for travelers coming from another member state of the Schengen area. To enter Denmark, ...

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Porto Alegre climate: when to go to Porto Alegre

The climate of Porto Alegre is sub-tropical humid highly variable but with regular rainfall, hot and humid summers and mild winters. Temperatures, as compared to other locations in Brazil, vary greatly due to the position very south of the city. The average ...

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Cuiabá climate: when to go to Cuiabá

The city of Cuiabá, the capital of the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, is characterized by a tropical climate very hot and humid. The city lies on the edge between the last southern reaches of the Amazon forest and the ...

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Curitiba climate: when to go to Curitiba

Curitiba has a sub-tropical climate of altitude, in fact, the city is located on a plateau 900 meters above sea level, and its climate is characterized by mild, wet winters, and rainy and relatively warm summers. Summer temperatures are mild and ...

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Belo Horizonte climate: when to go to Belo Horizonte

The city of Belo Horizonte is located in the tropical zone of Brazil, but on a plateau at an altitude of about 850 meters above sea level so the city’s climate is tropical of altitude. This type of climate is ...

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Natal climate: when to go to Natal

The city of Natal in the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Norte has a tropical climate warm and humid with high and constant temperatures throughout the year, but mitigated by the constant flow of the trade winds. The average maximum ...

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Manaus climate: when to go to Manaus

The city of Manaus is located in the heart of the Amazon, in one of the wettest regions of Brazil. The city’s climate is equatorial humid, typical of the Amazon rainforest, this type of climate is characterized by high temperatures, ...

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Cesky Krumlov climate: when to go to Cesky Krumlov

The town of Cesky Krumlov is located along the valley of the Vltava (Moldau) in southern Bohemia in a hilly area along the banks of the river. Because of the location of the town in the center of continental Europe, ...

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Cesky Krumlov: a charming old town along the Vltava

Cesky Krumlov is a charming village in the Czech Republic, nestled in a bend of the river Vltava (Moldau), not far from the Austrian border. The historical center of Český Krumlov, in 1992, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. ...

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Prague climate: when to go to Prague

Because of its location at the center of continental Europe, Prague climate is continental and presents relatively warm and rainy summers, and long, harsh winters characterized by heavy snow that may fall from mid-November until the end of March. The ...

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Prague tourist attractions: what to see in Prague

The ancient city of Prague is concentrated in the five historic districts (Hradcany, Malá Strana, Staré Město, Nové Město and Vyšehrad), two of which, Hradcany and Malá Strana, are located on the left bank of the Vltava. The oldest settlement ...

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Prague: a beautiful city in Central Europe

Prague (1,200,000), the capital of the Czech Republic, is located in the center of the Bohemian plain, is without doubt one of the most beautiful and charming cities in Europe, rich in history, art, Baroque and Gothic architecture, with picturesque ...

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How to get to Czech Republic. Flights to Czech Republic

CZECH REPUBLIC AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS The largest airport in the Czech Republic is Prague-Ruzyne, located about 10 km from Prague. Other international airports of the country are those of Brno (Brno–Tuřany Airport BRQ), Ostrava (Leoš Janáček Airport Ostrava OSR) and Karlovy ...

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Czech Republic travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

CZECH REPUBLIC DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: To enter the Czech Republic, European citizens must present their passport or identity card valid for foreign travel. Children and minors must have their own passport / identity card. Citizens of other countries outside the European ...

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Dubrovnik climate: when to go to Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik (Ragusa) has a typical Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. Summer days can be intensely hot, but the humidity is moderate and the sea breeze cools the warm feeling. In the months between October and ...

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Dubrovnik: the beautiful Ragusa of Dalmatia

Along the coast of Dalmatia, in its southern part, near the border with Montenegro, is the jewel of Croatia, the city of Ragusa of Dalmatia, called Dubrovnik in the Croatian language. The city is characterized by a beautiful old town ...

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How to get to Croatia. Flights to Croatia

FERRIES TO CROATIA The main ports for the traffic of passenger ferries in Croatia are those of Split (Spalato) and Zadar (Zara), they are connected with several Italian ports and with the islands of the Dalmatian coast, other ports of ...

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

CROATIA DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: To entry into Croatia, European citizens must be in possess of a valid identity card or passport. Also minors must have their own personal identity document. Citizens of other countries outside the European Union must have their passport. For ...

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