Czechia: castles and beer, history and culture

Czech, Prague

The Czech Republic, or known since 2016 as Czechia, is a Central European country, known for its castles, baroque and gothic churches, famous locally brewed beers and long and rich history. Its capital, Prague, with its mazelike cobbled streets, hosts fully preserved 9th century castle, a medieval old town and Charles Bridge, lined with ornate statues.
Český Krumlov, a town in the south, has a variety of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque structures, and many restaurants and souvenir shops. On the west, there are natural spas with mineral water, Karlovy Vary and Mariánské Lázne. In ancient town of Kutna Horá, world known Sedlec Ossuary hosting more than 40,000 human skeletons (here is an idea for an unconventional Halloween tour!). And, last, but not the least, city of Plzeň, the birthplace of Pilsner beer. Cheers!

United Kingdom: mix of traditional and modern

United Kingdom, London

The United Kingdom (UK) consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, each of them with distinguished geographies. England is the home of London, a global financial and cultural centre and river Thames, major landmark in the UK. Scotland is a land of Highland mountains, offshore islands of Skye and Lewis, and the legendary Loch Ness monster. Wales is mountainous, but also has miles of beaches and castles at Cardiff, Caernarfon, Caerphilly and Conwy. Northern Ireland is known for its scenic Glens of Antrim and a coastline featuring the Giant`s Causeway, amazing natural formation of hexagonal rock columns.

Austria: stunning nature, beautiful art and culture

Austria, village, mountains

Austria is a Central European country with stunning nature, rich history and amazing cultural heritage. Mozart, Schubert, Strauss, are notable few of famous composers born in Austria, and are just a small part of vast number of masters of their art. World famous painters, Klimt, Kokoschka and Schiele were also from Austria, and list goes on.
Most populous cities are Vienna (the capital), Graz, Linz, Salzburg and Innsbruck and there are numerous mountain villages scattered throughout breathtaking mountain landscapes.
In the west, there are famous ski resorts of Alpbach, Ischgl and Kitzbühel that offer skiing experience for skiers of varied skills, coming regularly from all around the world.

The Vermont Association of Snow Travelers

Vermont snowboarding

Vermont is one of the most popular snowmobile vacation destinations in the eastern region of the United States. With a large amount of annual snowfall, the weather in Vermont make snowmobiling and other winter sports and activities make for ideal conditions where vacationers and guests will enjoy their winter hobbies.

Christmas and New Year`s Eve in Rome

Rome, Italy

The Christmas season in Rome begins early in December with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Since the majority of Italians are Catholic, the feasts and rituals of that faith dominate the celebrations. Christmas ends with the Feast of the Epiphany on January 6th. It is said that this latter feast is as special for children as Christmas Day!

Malcare WordPress Security