The territory declared independence without the consent of the States to which they belonged…
Will it be possible to relax in the self-proclaimed countries
Do they have tourism and what will actually happen if you visit them?
Previously, it was part of Georgia, but because of the conflict, which lasted about 10 years, in 1992 the state split. Today the Republic, which gained independence, is recognized by Russia, Syria and 3 States without representation. On its territory is the new Athos monastery, lake Ritsa. Tourism is poorly developed here, but it does not repel travelers. In Abkhazia, you can relax inexpensively, and they go for a couple of days, mainly from Sochi. Continue reading
Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania, a member state of the European Union. From Vilnius airport you can literally for a penny to fly to other European countries with WizzAir low-cost airlines , so the city is popular with independent travelers…
Nesterovsky train: a cheap way to get to Vilnius without breaking the law
However, Lithuania itself is worthy of attention: there are very beautiful landscapes and architecture, low prices, and still preserved the national flavor.
Flights to Vilnius are quite expensive: a ticket for one person will cost 10000-12000 rubles with a turnover. Economical tourists get to the capital of Lithuania on the company train “amber”, which is sent daily from Moscow and St. Petersburg to Kaliningrad and goes through Belarus and Lithuania. Continue reading
Holidays in Armenia can be wonderful in any season of the year, but the trip in the spring months has its advantages…
10 reasons to visit Armenia in spring 2019
We will highlight the main 10 reasons why you should definitely visit this wonderful country of apricots and DUDUK in the spring:
1. Weather in Armenia in spring
As a rule, the warm season in Armenia begins in mid-March. Weather throughout the spring is favorable, allowing you to visit various interesting places, to make tours in almost any tourist destinations, as well as enjoy walks in the fresh air. Continue reading