Category Archives: Europe

Transportation in Albania

Transportation in Albania encompasses various modes of travel and infrastructure that facilitate movement within the country and connect it with neighboring regions. 1. Road Transportation: Road transportation is the primary mode of travel in Albania, accounting for the majority of passenger and freight movements. The road network consists of national highways, regional roads, and local… Read More »

Velichka, Poland

According to Zipcodesexplorer, Wieliczka is a small Polish town half an hour from Krakow with a population of only 20,000 people. Every year about a million tourists from all over the world come here to see with their own eyes the famous salt deposits, known since ancient times. Once the Wieliczka mines were the largest… Read More »

Rosa Khutor, Russia

Rosa Khutor is amazing. This is exactly the case when advertising brochures and enthusiastic stories can and should be trusted. Official confirmation of this is the third World Ski Awards in a row in the nomination “Best Ski Resort in Russia”, received by the resort in November 2015. And this is considering that the first… Read More »

Top Law Schools in Europe

The European continent does not have homogeneous characteristics, as disparities are present in several aspects such as natural landscapes, climate, politics and culture. The continent has several ways of being regionalized, one of which is classified in Western and Eastern Europe. Some scholars on the subject, through spatial, economic and cultural analysis, carry out a… Read More »

Top Five Universities for Law in United Kingdom

The best universities in the United Kingdom is home to the nation’s best law schools as well. British law schools have an international weight and reputation. The Times Online has drawn up a list of the best law schools in the United Kingdom in 2008, and five of these schools emerged as the clear leaders… Read More »

Roskilde, Denmark

Every July, thousands of fans of the four-day Roskilde music festival fill the city literally to the point of a herring in a can. Which is not surprising: this event competes with the British Glastonbury for the title of the largest rock festival in Europe. Back in the day, they rocked out to Nirvana, rocked… Read More »

Ordino and Arcalis, Andorra

Ordino – Arcalis (Ordino – Arcalis) – one of the most remote resorts of Andorra, whose comparative “isolation from civilization” is more than compensated by the excellent landscape: peaked ridges rise above a small valley, from the tops of which the descents originate, passing through the gorges between the rocks. The “minus” of the resort:… Read More »

Pala and Arinsal, Andorra

The main advantages of this “double” Andorran resort, located just ten kilometers from the country’s capital, are excellent snow cover and developed infrastructure. It consists of the Arinsal and Pal ski bases, connected by a lift – the Seturia telecabin. Check maternityetchic for customs regulations and visa requirements of Andorra. Pal is ideal for intermediate skiers,… Read More »

Sights of Glasgow, Scotland

According to, the city on the River Clyde was once a picturesque place that has grown into one of Britain’s largest seaports. The architecture is extremely special. Victorian buildings are interspersed with modern architecture with the greatest of ease. Clyde Arc for example, the beautiful bridge in the center, is especially beautiful at night… Read More »

Sights of Haarlem, Netherlands

Do you want to visit a great Dutch city without the hustle and bustle of a city like Amsterdam? Then Haarlem is a very good option. It is not for nothing that people say that Haarlem is a sweeter and smaller version of Amsterdam. The city center of Haarlem has still not lost its old… Read More »

Activities in Florence, Italy

In addition to visiting museums and sightseeing, there are many other things you can do in Florence. These are our top 3 things to do in Florence: Cocktails in the secret garden Florence off the tourist track According to, Serre Torrigiani is a real hidden gem in Florence , as the garden is actually… Read More »

Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a state in Central Europe. Common borders with Poland in the north, with Germany in the west, northwest, with Austria in the south, with Slovakia in the east. The capital is Prague. The climate is moderate. Summers are warm, winters are cold and wet. Russian citizens need a Schengen visa to… Read More »

Lithuania Market Opportunities

MFA: Strategic opportunities for foreign exporters In 2020, Lithuania could boast the smallest drop in GDP (−0.8%) in the EU and is among the EU member states that are expected to recover economically from the crisis the fastest in the next two years. The improved result – Lithuania’s economy was previously expected to shrink by… Read More »

Cities and Resorts in Turkey

Beldibi (Turkey) The small resort town of Beldibi is located between Antalya and Kemer. It looks more like a traditional Turkish village and is suitable for a relaxing family holiday and for a secluded holiday for newlyweds. In the vicinity of Beldibi there are lemon and orange groves, so the local air is filled with… Read More »

Types of Tourism in Balearic Islands, Spain

Beach According to, the length of the coast on the island of Mallorca is 555 km. it has more than 76 beaches, and 22 of them have been awarded the “blue flag”. All beaches are municipal and free. A sunbed and an umbrella on the beach cost 2-3 euros per day. Not far from… Read More »

Rybinsk, Yaroslavl Region (Russia)

According to, Rybinsk is located 90 km northeast of Yaroslavl at the confluence of the Volga and Sheksna rivers. The city is known as the former capital of burlaks and is one of the points on the Golden Ring tourist route. Settlements on the site of the present city have been known since 1071.… Read More »

Italy Sightseeing

Olbia, Sardinia island (Italy) Olbia is located in the northeastern part of the island of Sardinia. In the distant past, it was an important Roman port. Now one of the two international airports in Sardinia is located here. The island itself is the second largest in Italy after Sicily. Not far from Olbia are the… Read More »

Best Time to Visit Cyprus

The most beautiful island on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea – Cyprus. Rich nature, sandy beaches, excellent service, mild climate, many attractions – all this disposes tourists to a pleasant and eventful vacation. The climate is favorable for health. The coldest air temperature in winter is 15 degrees Celsius. Each resort in Cyprus has… Read More »

10 Reasons to Go to Croatia

Croatia has the cleanest sea in Europe. According to topschoolsintheusa, Croatia has the cleanest sea in Europe. The number of beaches that have the “Blue Flag” is growing every year! Even neighbors Italians prefer to relax on the coasts of Croatia. It is unlikely that anyone will be able to accurately determine the color of… Read More »

Science and Culture of Russia

According to topschoolsintheusa, the origin and formation in Russia of modern forms of scientific activity and education are largely connected with the entire complex of transformations of the Petrine and post-Petrine eras. Characteristic of the 18th – early 19th centuries. the process of building the institutions of science (academies, universities, expeditions, libraries, collections, observatories, clinics,… Read More »

Geography of Iceland

General information about Iceland The official name is the Republic of Iceland (Ly.veidi. Island). An island state located in the northwestern part of the Atlantic Ocean. The area is 103 thousand km2, the population is 288 thousand people. (2002). The official language is Icelandic. The capital is Reykjavik (about 113 thousand people). Public holiday –… Read More »

Landmarks of Great Britain

The largest and most multiethnic kingdom is England. According to, the capital of England is London, this city is simply full of all kinds of attractions, which include world-famous historical sites and monuments. The city has the largest shops of well-known companies, and the nightlife of the capital is incomparable. There are more than… Read More »

Monte Carlo, France

“At a distance of one hour from Nice is the famous Monaco; there is a place called Monte Carlo where they play roulette… Never before have I seen so much gold and silver.” A.P. Chekhov In 1886, during the reign of Prince Charles III, around the Casino, which became famous throughout Europe, Monte Carlo was… Read More »

Italy Sources of Energy

The evolution of the energy balance is one of the fundamental elements to understand if and in what ways the economy of a country changes. From the end of the Second World War to the beginning of the 1970s, the Italian energy balance had evolved in the name of the inversion of the load diagram.… Read More »

Italy Literature – Renewal of Thought and Literary Art in the 18th Century Part II

Only Giambattista Vico, the great thinker who, pioneering modern idealism, supported the concept of the constructive synthesis of the spirit against the analytical and deductive method of Cartesian philosophy and in the  New Science drew from myths, from traditions, from laws, from language the guidelines of the universal course of society, conceived a new organic and coherent… Read More »

Italy Literature – The Great and the Minor Prose of the 16th Century Part II

Most of the moralists are Tuscan: Giambattista Gelli, author of the  Capricci del Bottaio  and della  Circe , arguments and dialogues that recommend that men submit to the dictates of reason and not to the whims of meaning; Monsignor Giovanni Della Casa, a fruitful writer in prose and verse, whose  Galateo  is one of the most graceful writings of the century; Anton Francesco… Read More »

Italy Catholic Reconstruction and State Reconstruction – The Counter-Reformation Part I

We are in the midst of the counter-reformation or, rather, of the counter-revolution; in the era of Catholic reform to curb the Protestant revolution. A fact of Christianity and catholicity is the counter-reform or counter-revolution: and the fact finds a confirmation in what had happened in the century. XIII, when equally the most lively religiosity had created reformist… Read More »