Veliko Tarnovo: the medieval capital of Bulgaria

Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria. Author Klearchos Kapoutsis.. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution

Veliko Tărnovo, it’s a beautiful town situated along the river Yantra, it was the capital of Bulgaria from 1185 to 1393, during the Second Bulgarian Empire, is one of the oldest settlements in the country. The historical part of the ...

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Arbanasi: frescoed medieval churches and typical Bulgarian architecture

Church of the Nativity, Arbanasi, Bulgaria. Author Klearchos Kapoutsis. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution

Arbanasi is a small town in central Bulgaria, only 4 km from the town of Veliko Tarnovo, which was the ancient capital of Bulgaria. Arbanasi was founded in the thirteenth century as a village monastery, and thanks to its location ...

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

Iskar Gorge, Bulgaria. Autore Imarinova. Licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione-Condividi allo stesso modo

BULGARIA DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: To visit Bulgaria to the European citizen must be in possess of a valid identity card or passport. Children must also be in possession of their personal identity card valid for expatriation or passport. Driving License: ...

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

Stara Planina, Bulgaria. Autore Rusalina. No Copyright

AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO BULGARIA The main airport in Bulgaria are: Sofia airport, Varna airport, Bourgas airport and Plovdiv airport. The airport in the capital Sofia is the main airport of the country it has direct or connecting flights with ...

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Vatican City: the center of the Catholic Church

St. Peter's Basilica, Rome, Italy. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The State of the Vatican City (Status Civitatis Vaticanae, Stato della Città del Vaticano) is all, which remains of the the Papal States, which extended over parts of central and northern Italy, including large parts of Latium, Umbria, the Marches ...

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Ukraine: vast plains, a beautiful coastline and interesting historical towns

Monastery of the Caves (Pechersk Lavra), Kiev, Ukraine. Author Norbert Aepli. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Ukraine (Ukrayina) is a semi-presidential republic in Eastern Europe. It became independent after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The country is bordered to the north by Belarus and Russia, to the east by Russia, to the west by Poland, ...

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United Kingdom climate: when to go to the United Kingdom

Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom. Author Richard Crowest. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The climate in the UK is strongly influenced by the sea and in particular by the influences coming from the Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf Stream that laps its shores makes the British climate relatively mild compared to its northern location. ...

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United Kingdom tourist attractions: what to see in United Kingdom

Corfe Castle, Dorset, England, United Kingdom. Author Jim Champion. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Tourism occupies a significant place in the UK economy with arrivals of tourists from every corner of the planet. The country was the largest colonial empire in history and left worldwide evidence of its culture and its language is now ...

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United Kingdom: London, Stonehenge, the Highlands of Scotland …

Big Ben, London, United Kingdom. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The United Kingdom was for centuries the main maritime and colonial empire of modern history. This nation has greatly influenced the history of the planet of the last centuries. It is made up of a large island, Great Britain, which ...

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Turkey climate: when to go to Turkey

Blue Lagoon (Ölüdeniz), Fethiye, Turkey. Author Sevtap Ön. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Because of the vastness of the country and the significant differences in altitude, the climate of Turkey is varied. Along the Mediterranean coast is Mediterranean with low rainfall, while the interior is often semi-desert, along the Black Sea coast is ...

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Turkey tourist attractions: what to see in Turkey

Nemrut Dağ, Turkey. Author Klearchos Santorini. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Turkey is a country located between two continents, Europe and Asia, and has always been a meeting point, and even a confrontation point between different cultures. The most famous city of the country, Istanbul, which began as Byzantium in the ...

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Turkey: land of ancient civilization

Hagia-Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey. Author Arild Vågen. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Turkey (Türkiye Cumhuriyeti/Republic of Turkey) is a state located on the Anatolian peninsula, i.e. in Asia Minor by 97% and in the easternmost part of Thrace by 3%, thus bridging Asia with Europe. The country is an unstable parliamentary republic. ...

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Switzerland climate: when to go to Switzerland

Château de Chillon, Switzerland. Author Eric Hill. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Switzerland has a mixed alpine and continental climate characterized by great variability with abrupt and sudden changes in weather conditions and an abundant rainfall particularly in summer months. The factors that affect the climate of the country are the altitude, ...

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Switzerland tourist attractions: what to see in Switzerland

Matterhorn (Cervino), Switzerland. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Switzerland is par excellence the land of green pastures, mountain lakes and the majestic mountains of the Alps, the natural attractions are undoubtedly the main reason to visit Switzerland, the direct contact with nature, mountain resorts, the variety of landscapes, ...

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Switzerland: nature, pastures, mountains and glaciers

Freiburg, Switzerland. Author Norbert Aepli. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Switzerland (Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft/Confédération suisse/Confederazione Svizzera/Confederaziun svizra) is a federal state located along the Alps north of Italy and divided into 26 cantons. The country is bordered to the north by Germany and France, to the east by Austria, Liechtenstein and ...

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Sweden climate: when to go to Sweden

Mount Kebnekaise, Sweden. Author Alexandre Buisse. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Sweden occupies the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula, the one that looks mainly along the waters of the Baltic Sea, and the presence of the sea and the influences coming from the Atlantic Ocean affect the Swedish climate. The ...

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Sweden tourist attractions: what to see in Sweden

Visby, Gotland, Sweden. Author Żeglarz. No Copyright

Sweden is a country with an interesting mix of natural, cultural and historical attractions, the country that is famous for its high standard of living of its inhabitants has been able to reconcile development with the preservation of nature. Sweden ...

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Sweden: nature and Scandinavian efficiency

Stockholm, Sweden. Author Svdmolen. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Sweden (Konungariket Sverige) is the largest country of Scandinavia and extends from south to north for about 1,500 km between 55 degrees north latitude in the southern part of Scania/Skåne and 69 degrees latitude north of Swedish Lapland. The country ...

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Spain climate: when to go to Spain

Cala Trebalúger, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain. Author Gabriel Vidal Álvarez. No Copyright

The climate of Spain is generally divided into three different types of climate: Continental climate in the central regions, Mediterranean climate in the south and Oceanic climate in the north-west. Besides these three main climates, Spain has a climate of ...

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Spain tourist attractions: what to see in Spain

Seville, Andalusia, Spain. Author and Copyright Liliana Ramerini.

Spain is among the most visited countries in the world by tourists, the country is a treasure chest of art, history, languages, folklore, and natural beauty of the most comprehensive and fascinating of the European continent. Spain retains city of great ...

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Spain: history, culture and natural beauty

Toledo, Spain. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

Spain (Reino de España/Kingdom of Spain) is a parliamentary monarchy, which lies in the south-westernmost part of Europe. Spain is located on the Iberian Península, of which it occupies approximately 85%. The remaining 15% are occupied by Portugal. Spain also ...

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Slovenia climate: when to go to Slovenia

Mount Triglav, Slovenia. Author Andrejj. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Slovenia has a continental climate, however, due to its proximity to the sea, is made ​​milder by marine influence, this influence is stronger in the proximity of the Istrian coast and weaker inland. In mountainous areas the climate is typical ...

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Slovenia tourist attractions: what to see in Slovenia

Lake Bled, Slovenia. Author Mirci. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Slovenia is a small country, but rich in diversity, there are karst landscapes of great beauty, such as those of Postojna and Škocjan, alpine lakes, such as those of Bled and Bohinj, and pristine alpine peaks as Mount Triglav in ...

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Slovenia: Alps, plains and caves

Cathedral, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Author Žiga. No Copyright

Slovenia (Republika Slovenija) is a small South-Eastern European country located at the northern end of the Balkan peninsula. It became independent in 1991 with the dissolution of Yugoslavia and in 2004 it joined the European Union. The country has a ...

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Slovakia climate: when to go to Slovakia

Jastrabia veža, High Tatras, Slovakia. Author Marcin Białek. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Slovakia has a continental climate with mild marine influences in the southern and western area of the country. Between spring and autumn weather conditions are relatively mild but rainy. The winters are particularly harsh, with frequent snow events. We have ...

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Slovakia tourist attractions: what to see in Slovakia

Spis Castle, Slovakia. Author Petr Kratochvil. No Copyright

Slovakia is a small country but it has within it interesting natural and artistic references, t the country has towns of clearly Habsburg appearance, castles, mountains, lakes, caves and karst formations, ancient medieval villages with beautiful wooden architecture. Among the ...

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Slovakia: historic towns, plains and the Tatra Mountains

Bratislava Castle, Slovakia. Author Ondrejk. No Copyright

Slovakia (Slovenská republika) was established on 1 January 1993, when Czechoslovakia peacefully split into the Czech and Slovak republics. The new state is a parliamentary republic. Slovakia is administratively divided into eight autonomous regions (Bratislava / Pressburg, Nitra / Neutra, ...

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Serbia climate: when to go to Serbia

Đavolja Varoš, Serbia. Author Geologicharka. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Because of its location in the center of the Balkan Peninsula, Serbia is characterized by a climate that reflects the influences of both continental Europe that the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The north of the country has continental ...

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Serbia tourist attractions: what to see in Serbia

Golubac, Serbia. Author Denis Barthel. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Serbia, located in a favorable position at the center of the main waterways of the Balkans, it has always been strategically important and has seen in its territory many conquerors and cultures. This position has promoted cultural and artistic exchanges ...

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Serbia: vast plains and rugged mountains

Felix Romuliana (Gamzigrad), Serbia. Author Pavle Marjanovic. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution

Serbia (Republika Srbija) is a republic in the central part of the Balkan Peninsula, which emerged from the break up of Yugoslavia. The Serbian State is also formed by the administrative unit of Vojvodina. The Kosovo-Albanian majority region declarted its ...

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