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Summer Idyll in Southern Burgenland

At first glance, it is clear that grapes are thriving in this region. In some places, a smaller house, the so-called Kellerstöckl, will appear among the vineyards. For many years, these houses were purely purpose-built buildings for the production and… (READ MORE)

Lockenhaus in Burgenland – On a Visit to the Bloody Countess

Burgenland is the Austrian federal state that belonged to Hungary during the monarchy. When pronouncing its name, we usually think of the capital Eisenstadt or Lake Neusiedl, the largest body of water in Austria. However, there are other places worth… (READ MORE)

Modrá in East Moravia for Children and Adults

Východná Morava – Modrá

Modrá (means Blue) is a small village near Uherské Hradiště in East Moravia (Czech Republic) with just about 700 inhabitants. Although the village is small, they realized two big projects which attract thousands of both young and old visitors every… (READ MORE)

6 Invitations to Wine Tasting in Moldova

6 pozvánok na ochutnávku moldavských vín

Archeological finds indicate that grapes have grown on the territory of Moldova in the Neolithic Age already. Well-preserved fossils of grape leaves were found near the village of Naslavcea. Although Moldova is often regarded as the poorest European country, according… (READ MORE)

Mileștii Mici and Purcari – Two Other Stops on the Wine Tour in Moldova

Mileștii Mici a Purcari

The amount of the wine bottles in Cricova astonished me but I was also surprised that that collection of wine was not the biggest one in Moldova. If you want to see the record, which is also a world record,… (READ MORE)

Moldova
Cricova Wine Cellars – The Lost Gagarin

Vínne sklady Cricova

Most of the countries keep their treasures in museums where visitors can admire them in special display cases. The objects are ingeniously illuminated and dusting must be done regularly. Moldova keeps its precious treasures under the ground. Nobody clears any… (READ MORE)

Herzegovina – Places Worth Seeing

Hercegovina - miesta

Most of the tourists leave their Adriatic beaches for one day and make an one-day-trip to Mostar. Although Mostar, considered the capital of Herzegovina, is really an unique town, there are also other places in Herzegovina which are worth visiting…. (READ MORE)

Bulgaria
In the Footsteps of the Ancient Thracians – I.

Po stopách dávnych Trákov I.

For many years Bulgaria was a popular destination for summer holidays for many families in communist Czechoslovakia. The resorts of Slanchev Briag (Sunny Beach), Zlatni Piasatsi (Golden Sands), Varna, Albena, Primorsko, Sozopol and others were flooded with tourists who spent… (READ MORE)

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