Azerbaijan cuisine has been influenced for centuries by other cultures, largely due to economic and political processes within the country. But, despite these influences, the country’s food is still unique and rich in traditional flavors. Be sure and check out the great recipes and instructional linked within.
Ayia Napa, which translates into holy wooded valley, is a very popular resort town in Cyprus. The town takes its named for a Venetian-era monastery at its center, interestingly one which was built in 1500 to protect a cave.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel, the world’s largest business travel management player, has just announced the full share purchase of Finland’s Kaleva Travel. Kaleva, Finland’s leading business travel agency.
Situated 1,456 meters above sea level, Zabljak is at the center of the Durmitor mountain range. The town is the highest in all the Balkans, and represents the choice destination for travelers seeking the best skiing and snowboarding in the region.
The tourism industry in Europe has been hit pretty hard by the economic situation, this is obvious. For Eastern European countries, this is particularly true, given they rely to a large degree on inbound tourism from the West. The good news for Slovenia is that overnight stays and foreign visitors are on the rise.
Local people and visitors to Chernobyl will now be able to revisit the site of the world’s worst nuclear environmental catastrophe. Beginning last month, tours of the infamous site began to enthrall visitors there.
For a ski holiday in a faraway land, consider Bosnia-Herzegovina. The beautiful capital city is Sarajevo, which played host to the Winter Olympics in 1984. For superb skiing vacations, or just camping out next to the campfire at one of Europe’s most famous Winter destinations, Bosnia-Herzegovina presents a unique travel value.
Lovćen is the name for both a national park and a mountain found in the southwestern region of Montenegro. The mountain rises up along the Adriatic basin’s borders and features two imposing peaks.
Old Town Square, or Staromestske, dates back 600 or 700 years, originating in the late 12th century when locals used the area as the central marketplace of the city. Since then, the market has grown into a bustling commerce center filled with nearby restaurants, shops, cafés, churches, and other stops.
Peleş Castle (Romanian: Castelul Peleş [kasˈtelul ˈpeleʃ]) is a Neo-Renaissance castle placed in an idyllic setting in the Carpathian Mountains, near Sinaia, in Prahova County, Romania, on an existing medieval route linking Transylvania and Wallachia, built between 1873 and 1914; its inauguration was held in 1883.