Archive for the ‘Balkans’ Category

Slovenia-Croatia

Ljubljana, one of the smallest capital cities in Europe, is a charming location full of artists, students, museums, bar and caffè, galleries. Ljubljana is also an university city, fulfill by students of the state’s largest university that give a remarkable youthful character to the city. As soon as the warm weather appears the city erupts […]

Sarajevo

This page is in both english and italian questa pagina ha anche la versione italiana Sarajevo is  one of the most interesting and varied cities in Europe. The city is historically famous for its traditional religious diversity; Islam, Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Judaism are coexisting there for centuries. It is also a symbol of historical turbulence […]

South balkans

Macedonia (Skopje)- Montenegro(to be prepared soon) Macedonia: Skopje is the capital of the Republic of Macedonia (as a result of a dispute with Greece over its name, it was admitted under the provisional reference of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – FYROM), the city has Byzantine churches and monasteries, ancient Roman sites and Ottomans […]

Bulgaria & Romania

Bulgaria (Info about Sofia and Plovdiv) – Romania (Info about Bucharest, Constanta and Brasov) Sofia, the bulgarian capital city has a unique combination of European, Communist-style architecture and many beautiful orthodox churches. It claims to be one of the few European capitals with a very close and developed ski-resort (Vitosha mountain). Sofia is one of […]

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