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In the heart of the Mediterranean, on the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, Albania is fast becoming one of the world’s most interesting getaways. Still relatively unspoiled by globalization, tourists will notice an inspiring mixture of civilizations and cultures - making this European country truly unique.
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Tirana: TiranaDiber
Durres: Durres
Kavaja: Kavaja
Saranda: SarandaKsamilBorsh
Vlora: Vlora
Berat: Berat
Gjirokaster: Gjirokaster
Shkodra: Shkodra
Shkoder: Shkoder
Elbasan: Elbasan
Korce: Korce
Lezhe: LezheShengjin
Pogradec: Pogradec
Shkallnur: Shkallnur
Golem: Golem
Himare: Himare
RAzma: Razma
Voskopoje: Voskopoje
Dhermi: Dhermi
Fier: Fier
Lushje: Lushje
Velipoje: Velipoje
Lukove: Lukove


Armenia lies in the highlands surrounding the Biblical mountains of Ararat, upon which, according to Judeo-Christian history, Noah’s Ark came to rest after the flood. In the Bronze Age, several states flourished in the area of Greater Armenia, including the Hittite Empire (at the height of its power), Mitanni (South-Western historical Armenia), and Hayasa-Azzi (1500-1200 BC). Then, the Nairi people (twelfth to ninth centuries BC) and the Kingdom of Urartu (1000-600 BC) successively established their sovereignty over the Armenian Highland. Each of the aforementioned nations and tribes participated in the ethnogenesis of the Armenian people. Yerevan, the modern capital of Armenia, was founded in 782 BC by the Urartian king Argishti I.
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Yerevan: Yerevan


Neither Europe nor Asia, Azerbaijan is an incredible tangle of contradictions and contrasts. It’s a fascinating nexus of ancient historical empires. Yet it’s also a new nation finding its feet as it emerges from a war-torn post-Soviet chrysalis on a petroleum-funded gust of optimism. Surrounded by semi-desert on the oil-rich Caspian Sea, the nation’s cosmopolitan capital Baku is a dynamic boomtown, where flashy limousines and mushrooming skyscrapers sweep around a picturesque Unesco-listed ancient core.
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Agdam: Stepanakert


Bosnia is located in the western Balkans, bordering Croatia (932 km) to the north and south-west, Serbia (302 km) to the east, and Montenegro (225 km) to the southeast. The country is mostly mountainous, encompassing the central Dinaric Alps. The northeastern parts reach into the Pannonian basin, while in the south it borders the Adriatic. The country has only 20 kilometres (12 mi) of coastline, around the town of Neum in the Herzegovina-Neretva Canton, although surrounded by Croatian peninsulas it is possible to get to the middle of the Adriatic from Neum. Although the city is surrounded by Croatian peninsulas, by United Nations law, Bosnia has a right of passage to the outer sea. Neum has many hotels and is an important tourism destination.
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Banja Luka: Banja Luka
Brcko: Brcko
Capljina: Capljina
Ilidza: Ilidza
Mostar: Mostar
Pale: Pale
Sarajevo: Sarajevo
Trebinje: Trebinje
Neum: Neum
Prnjavor: Prnjavor
Bihac: Bihac
Zenica: Zenica
Doboj: Doboj
Citluk: Citluk
Teslic: Teslic
Laktasi: Laktasi
Prijedor: Prijedor
Zvornik: Zvornik
Buna: Buna
Jahorina: Jahorina
Vlasic: Vlasic


Five centuries subjugated to Ottoman rule and, more recently, four decades locked very firmly behind the Iron Curtain turned Bulgaria into a distant, enigmatic country in the eyes of much of the rest of the world. Images of cheap wine downed at student house parties, budget ski holidays and umbrella-wielding Cold War assassins were once among the popular stereotypes, but Bulgaria today is a vastly different country from what it was even 10 years ago.
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Sofia: Sofia
Nessebar: Nessebar
Sunny Beach: Sunny Beach
Albena: Albena
Golden Sands: Golden Sands
Riviera Holiday Club: Riviera Holiday Club
Sunny Day: Sunny Day
Asenovgrad: Asenovgrad
Balchik: Balchik
Blagoevgrad: Blagoevgrad
Burgas: Burgas
Gabrovo: Gabrovo
Kavarna: Kavarna
Pleven: Pleven
Plovdiv: Plovdiv
Primorsko: Primorsko
Rogachevo: Rogachevo
Ruse: Ruse
Sandanski: Sandanski
Silistra: Silistra
Sliven: Sliven
Sozopol: Sozopol
Stara Zagora: Stara Zagora
Veliko Tarnovo: Veliko Tarnovo
Velingrad: Velingrad
Vidin: Vidin
Yambol: Yambol
Bankya: Bankya
Karlovo: Karlovo
Kiten: Kiten
Ravda: Ravda
Sveti Vlas: Sveti Vlas
Bansko: Bansko
Obzor: Obzor
Aprilci: Aprilci
Petrich: Petrich
Arbanasi: Arbanasi
Karnobat: Karnobat
Oreshak: Oreshak
Berkovitsa: Berkovitsa
Bezmer: Bezmer
Botevgrad: Botevgrad
Harmanli: Harmanli
Ivaylovgrad: Ivaylovgrad
Svishtov: Svishtov
Vratsa: Vratsa


The country is famous for its many national parks. Croatia has a mixture of climates. In the north and east it is continental, Mediterranean along the coast and a semi-highland and highland climate in the south-central region.
Offshore Croatia consists of over one thousand islands varying in size. The largest islands in Croatia are Cres and Krk which are located in the Adriatic Sea. The Danube, Europe’s second longest river, runs through the city of Vukovar. Dinara, the eponym of the Dinaric Alps, is the highest peak of Croatia at 1,831 metres above sea level.
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Dalmatia: PrimostenHvarPag island-town
Rovinj: Rovinj
Zagreb: Zagreb
Brijuni: Istra
Kutina: kutina
Kvarner: Selce
Pula: Pula
Zadar: Zadar


Home of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love, its no wonder Cyprus is one of the biggest wedding destinations for British couples. It offers its visitors fantastic beaches with crystal clear water, delicious food and great hospitality. With almost year round sunshine this jewel of the Mediterranean has a broad appeal, catering for families, the young and lively and the young at heart!...
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Larnaca: Larnaca
Nicosia: Nicosia
Paphos: Kato Paphos


Ethiopia is truly a land of contrasts and extremes; a land of remote and wild places. Some of the highest and most stunning places on the African continent are found here, such as the jaggedly carved Simien Mountains, one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites - and some of the lowest, such as the hot but fascinating Danakil Depression, with its sulphur fumaroles and lunar-like landscape.
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Addis Ababa: Addis Ababa


In Macedonia the past meets the present. Its age-old architecture and monasteries and churches of exquisite beauty make an interesting contrast to the super modern new architecture. Most of the Macedonian monasteries, built in various periods, and particularly those built between the 11th and 15th-16th centuries, have been completely preserved until today. The Macedonian collection of icons, and in particular the Ohrid ones, are among the most valuable collections in the world today. After the Sinai and the Moscow collection of icons, it is third in importance in Orthodoxy. From a Byzantological aspect, it is unique.
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Gevgelija: Gevgelija
Ohrid: Ohrid
Skopje: Skopje


A land of endless wonders, unspoilt by modern tourism and still retaining its authentic character - Georgia. Once experienced, it will stay with you forever. Exploring Georgia is a constant pleasure. For walkers and hikers the country is sheer heaven, while botanists and bird-watchers will be simply enthralled and archaeologists can’t decide which of the numerous ancient findings to visit first.
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Tbilisi: Tbilisi


Greece is a country that captures the hearts of most who visit due to its scenic beauty and unique charm, ensuring its continued popularity as a holiday destination.
Each of the islands has it’s own identity and offers something unique to it’s visitors. The larger islands such as Rhodes and Crete are very diverse and have a broad appeal whilst smaller islands like Skiathos are stunningly beautiful with amazing beaches.
Scenic beauty, character and charm are not all this amazing country has to offer. As the heart of the ancient civilisation, a rich tapestry of ancient history unfolds entwined with mythology, drama and tragedy....
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Attica: AthensAthens SuburbPiraeus
Central Greece: FthiotidaViotia
Corfu: Corfu TownGouviaKontokali
Crete: ChaniaHeraklionLassithiRethymnoAgios NikolaosEloundaHersonissosMaliaSissi
Cyclades: SantoriniMilos
Dodecanesse: KarpathosKosRhodesPatmos
Ionian Islands: IthakiKefaloniaLefkadaZante
Ipirus: ArtaIoannina
Macedonia: ChalkidikiImathiaKavalaKomotiniKozaniPellaThessalonikiFlorinaKastoria
North Aegean: ChiosLemnosLesvosSamos
Peloponesse: AchaiaArgolidaArkadiaIliaKorinthiaLaconiaMessinia
Saronic Island: PorosIdra
Thessaly: LarissaMagnissiaTrikalaVolos


This small country is one of the great survivors of history: states and empires emerged, expanded or disintegrated and disappeared around it. Hungary and the Hungarian nation survived the devastation of the Tartars and Turks, Habsburgs and Russians in the Carpathian Basin; survived the fact that it belonged among the losers of both world wars. A stormy history? The national anthem describes the Hungarians as "people torn by fate".
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Bacs-Kiskun: Kalocsa
Baranya: HarkanyPecs
Bekes: Gyula
Borsod-Abauj-Zemplen: MezökövesdMiskolcTiszaujvarosTokaj
Budapest: Budapest
Fejer: Szekesfehervar
Gyor-Moson-Sopron: Gyor
Hajdu-Bihar: DebrecenHajduszoboszloHortobágy
Heves: Eger
Jasz-Nagykun-Szolnok: Jaszapati
Komaron Esztergom: EsztergomTata
Pest: BiatorbagyGodollo
Somogy: Siofok
Szabolsc-Szatmar-Bereg: Nyiregyhaza
Vas: Bukfurdo
Veszprem: Balatonfured
Zala: KeszthelyNagykanizsaZalakaros


A well-travelled bridge between sea and desert, east and west, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a land of mesmerizing beauty and contrasts, from the Jordan Valley, fertile, ever changing, to the remote desert canyons, immense and still. Visitors can explore splendid desert castles, gaze in awe at the haunting wilderness of Wadi Rum, or bathe in the restful waters of the Red Sea.
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Amman: Amman


No other country on earth can offer the visitor as much to see and do. Within the borders of a single country, you will find savannahs rich with big game, timeless cultures unchanged by the modern world, pristine beaches and coral reef, equatorial forests and mighty snow-capped mountains, searing deserts and cool highland retreats and endless opportunities for adventure, discovery, relaxation; more than you would ever expect.
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Nairobi: Nairobi


Malta’s central position in the Mediterranean has involved it, often unwillingly, in conflicts happening in the area, therefore giving it a depth of history and cultural heritage relatively too large for its size. Its history is one of the main attractions for tourists who visit this small, central and historic island. This extraordinary history, that goes back 7000 years, possesses the largest number of monuments and historic sites in the world.
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Bugibba: Bugibba
Cirkewwa: Cirkewwa
Qawra: Qawra
Sliema: Sliema


The largest part of the country lies between two rivers, the Dniester and the Prut. Moldova’s rich soil and temperate continental climate (with warm summers and mild winters) have made the country one of the most productive agricultural regions and a major supplier of agricultural products in the region. The western border of Moldova is formed by the Prut river, which joins the Danube before flowing into the Black Sea. In the north-east, the Dniester is the main river, flowing through the country from north to south.
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Chisinau: Chisinau


Historic walled towns like Stari Bar, Budva, Kotor and Herceg Novi are perfect for exploring, and anywhere along the coast you can find private rooms in a laze-away seaside town.
The interior is a setting of dramatic mountains tufted with pine forests, dotted with lakes and scored by giddy-deep canyons. The highest region, the Durmitor National Park, is a favourite for winter skiing and summer hiking in a pristine mountainscape while below in Tara’s deep canyon, intrepid rafters challenge its tumbling rapids. So much for a small country - the world’s newest nation.
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Bar: Bar
Kotor: Kotor
Podgorica: Podgorica


Overrun countless times by marauding aggressors, subjugated to overbearing foreign rule for centuries, and now told their beloved vodka can be made from anything, the Polish nation has endured more than most. Yet Poland, a country crushed flat so many times it has become indestructible, is shaking off the last vestiges of forced slumber and rushing with great abandon into a modern 21st century.
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Lesser Poland: KrakowOswiecim
Lubusz: Gorzow Wlkp
Warmian-Masurian: Gizycko
Lodz: Lodz
Podlaskie: Bialystok
Pomeranian: Sopot
Warsaw: Warsaw


Forget the 20th-century stereotype of a rich Arab Gulf state, of hastily thrown up tower blocks, chaotic streets and bafflingly tacky urban sculpture: Qatar - or at least the capital, Doha - has metamorphosed into a self-confident, elegant entrepot that gives the UAE a run for its money.
Occupying a flat peninsula jutting into the oil-rich waters of The Gulf, Qatar is one of the richest per capita countries in the world - a wealth exhibited in high-profile projects, such as the new Museum of Islamic Art, built to house the largest such collection in the world.
With 50% of Qatar’s population living in the capital, the country is a virtual city state. But for those not content with jogging around Doha’s fine corniche, a string of beaches beckon for rest and recuperation, and the magnificent dunes of Khor al-Adaid help even up the odds between God and Mammon.
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Doha: Doha


Romania offers a rich tapestry of tourist attractions and vacation experiences unique in Central-Eastern Europe: medieval towns in Transylvania, the world-famous Painted Monasteries in Bucovina, traditional villages in Maramures, the magnificent architecture of Bucharest, the romantic Danube Delta, fairy-tale castles, the Black Sea resorts, the majestic Carpathian Mountains, spas and much more.
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Arges: Pitesti
Bacau: Bacau
Bihor: Oradea
Bistrita Nasaud: Bistrita
Botosani: Botosani
Braila: Braila
Brasov: BrasovPoiana Brasov
Bucharest: Bucharest
Buzau: Buzau
Cluj: Cluj Napoca
Constanta: ConstantaMamaia
Dolj: Craiova
Foscani: Focsani
Galati: Galati
Harghita: Odorheiu SecuiescMiercurea Ciuc
Iasi: Iasi
Ilfov: Snagov Village
Maramures: Baia Mare
Mures: Targu Mures
Neamt: Piatra Neamt
Otopeni: Otopeni
Prahova: Ploiesti
Ramnica Valcea: Ramnica Valcea
Sacele: Sacele
Satu Mare: Satu Mare
Sibiu: Sibiu
Suceava: RadautiSuceava
Tarlungeni: Tarlungeni
Timis: Timisoara
Tulcea: Tulcea


Known for its powdery snow, colorful architecture and dreamy landscapes, Russia is a winter getaway for travelers worldwide. Trips on the Trans-Siberian Express are a unique experience and offer plenty of sights to see across northern Russia and into several other countries. Those preferring a warmer visit can take summer trips as well, and visit the Mediterranean climates near the Black and Caspian seas.
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Moscow: Moscow


Serbia, in the heart of Europe, and its best kept secret invites all world travellers and adventurers seeking different and unconventional experience to discover its gems of nature, friendliness and hospitality of its people, interesting places and their contrasts. We wish you an unforgettable journey.
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Central Serbia: CacakKragujevacKraljevoKrusevacSmederevoUziceZajecarVrnjacka Banja
Kosovo: Prishtina
North Serbia: BelgradeNovi SadSremska MitrovicaSuboticaZrenjanin
South Serbia: LeskovacNisNovi PazarPirotVranjeVranjska Banja


Slovakia’s tourism industry has grown remarkably since independence. By the late 1990s the country was receiving more than 500,000 visitors each year. Slovakia’s historic towns and numerous mountain ski resorts are the more popular tourist destinations.
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Bratislava: Bratislava
Piestany: Piestany
Poprad: Poprad


Four major European geographic regions meet in Slovenia: the Alps, the Dinarides, the Pannonian Plain, and the Mediterranean. Slovenia’s highest peak is Triglav (2,864 m; 9,396 ft). Although on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, most of Slovenia is in the Black Sea drainage basin. It lies in Spodnja Slivna near Vace in the municipality of Litija. Slovenia’s coastline measures 47km (29 mi).
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Bled: Bled
Kranj: Kranj
Ljubljana: Ljubljana
Piran: Piran
Postojna: Postojna
Rogaska Slatina: Rogaska Slatina
Sezana: Sezana


Syria is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world and still relatively undiscovered by mass tourism. Landscape ranges from forests in the northwest to beaches on Syria’s Mediterranean coast. Syria is often called "The cradle of civilizations" because there is no civilization in the east or west throughout the world history that didn’t pass through Syria to leave a mark, but also to be deeply affected by Syria’s long history.
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Damascus: Damascus


Turkey might be the world’s most contested country. Its landscape is dotted with battlegrounds, ruined castles and the palaces of great empires. This is the land where Alexander the Great slashed the Gordion Knot, where Achilles battled the Trojans in Homers Iliad, and where the Ottoman Empire fought battles that would shape the world. History buffs can immerse themselves in marvels and mementos stretching back to the dawn of civilisation.
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Istanbul: Istanbul
Izmir: Izmir