Kerala: an Indian tale
Why Venice? 44 rivers with a total length of 1900 km wash its land. Known as the “Kerala backwaters”, these rivers have long been used as a trade route -…

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The "Bride" of the Mediterranean - Alexandria
At the time of "open" Egypt, Alexandria was not popular with the mass Russian tourist, mainly from the resorts of the Red Sea they came there on individual excursions for…

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The unique gastronomy of Sardinia and gastro tourism
Sardinia - one of the two largest Italian islands, which is located to the west of mainland Italy, in the center of the Mediterranean Sea. Unlike its nearest neighbor, the…

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Ancient Tallinn

Tallinn is one of the oldest cities in Northern Europe. It is quite miniaturized, but unusually rich in its architectural, historical monuments, parks, squares, original traditions, giving it a unique appearance. Most of Tallinn’s attractions are located in the Old Town, which has long been divided into Lower and Upper.

As a rule, tours of Tallinn begin at the cozy Town Hall Square. It is located in the Lower Town, occupies a very small territory and is surrounded by ancient buildings, each of which keeps its own history. Since the Middle Ages, the Town Hall Square has been the heart of the city. Already in the XI century, there was a market here that existed until 1896. Carnivals and festivities were held on the Town Hall Square, and the most favorite holiday among the townspeople was the take-out of the Christmas tree, followed by merry dances. Christmas bazaars take place here today, and in one of the restaurants located around the perimeter of the square, you can plunge into the atmosphere of the 15th century and taste delicious national dishes. Continue reading

The unique gastronomy of Sardinia and gastro tourism

Sardinia – one of the two largest Italian islands, which is located to the west of mainland Italy, in the center of the Mediterranean Sea. Unlike its nearest neighbor, the French island of Corsica, whose territory consists of three-quarters of large mountain ranges, the mountainous landscape of Sardinia is rather flattened. The sparsely populated areas of the island are characterized by pristine beauty: they abound in dense forests and natural reservoirs bordering small desert areas. The uniqueness of the nature of the island in its exquisite simplicity and naturalness. And as you know, it is nature that determines the cuisine of the territory. In the case of Sardinia, this is especially true. Continue reading

Naples – the birthplace of Italian gastronomy

In the south-western part of Italy is located, perhaps the most diverse region of the country – Campania. Its diversity is manifested both in the natural landscape – mountain ranges alternate with spacious plains and flowering reserves – and in the nature of the area. Calm and measured region with its mild climate and centuries-old traditions violates the reputation of the brutal Naples. The Italian National Tourism Agency (ENIT) will tell you why you just need to visit the largest city and capital of the region.

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Black sand, smoking volcano and other reasons to fly to Tenerife this summer
Tenerife is the largest and most amazing of the islands of the Canary archipelago. Located in the Atlantic Ocean near the African coast, it combines exotic nature, warm climate, as…

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10 ideas for Oktoberfest
Autumn as a whole is the best time for “beer, wine and gastronomic tours” and one of its central events is the Bavarian beer festival, the famous Oktoberfest. It takes…

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The "Bride" of the Mediterranean - Alexandria
At the time of "open" Egypt, Alexandria was not popular with the mass Russian tourist, mainly from the resorts of the Red Sea they came there on individual excursions for…

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Weekend in Lazio: how to explore the region in two days
ENIT will pay particular attention to tourism products in the Lazio region; over the past year it has become very popular in the Russian market. Thus, according to ISTAT, in…

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