Europe

Chocolate Shops in Belgium

Belgian chocolate considered one of the best chocolates in the world. Whether this is true or not, you can decide for yourself by visiting the chocolate shops in Brussels, and there are a lot of such shops in the capital of Belgium. In the tourist part of the city, sweets and other delicacies covered with […]

Taxi in Turkey

The taxi service in Turkey very developed, because millions of tourists come here every year who need a comfortable way to move around the city. If you understand all the nuances of using a taxi, you can quickly and relatively inexpensively get to your destination. Features of the Turkish taxi The official Turkish taxi is a compact […]

Taxi in Greece

Taxi in Greece is a fast, reliable and safe mode of transport, available at any time of the day. You will not find drivers who work as a private cab driver or illegal taxi drivers in Greece – passenger transportation licensed and strictly controlled. Therefore, if you want to catch a car on the street, […]

San Marco Airport

Overlooking the lagoon. Venice Marco Polo Airport in Tessera is one of only two airports in Venice and the third most important in Italy. Millions of passengers from domestic and intercontinental flights of major airlines land here. The airport is about 13 km from Piazzale Roma in Venice. Made in a modern design, Marco Polo Airport in Venice is a kind of small town. On […]

Where to Stay in Barcelona

Where to stay in Barcelona in the center near attractions, the beach, shops, in the thick of club life or in a quiet residential area? Which areas of Barcelona are central, and which are near the center. The best areas of Barcelona on the map, a selection of accommodation options from chic five-star hotels to […]

Wilanow Palace

Wilanów Palace in Warsaw is the pearl of Polish Baroque and one of the main palace complexes of the country. It is located at the end of the Royal Highway, on the outskirts of the city. The palace was built at the end of the XVII century for King Jan Sobieski as a country residence. […]

Kazimierz 

Despite the fact that Kazimierz today is not a separate city, People Travel advises to devote at least a few hours to this place. This Jewish district of Krakow lost its independence only in the XIX century, so each street keeps imprints of its own unique history here. Poles and Jews have always lived in […]

Czartoryski Museum

The Czartoryski Museum is located on Piarska Street in the building of the arsenal and three neighboring burgher houses. It founded in 1801 by Isabella Czartoryska and then located in the family estate of Czartoryski in Puławy. The museum moved to Krakow only in 1878. The most valuable exhibits of the museum – the paintings […]

Polish Army Museum

In the same building with the National Museum is the Museum of the Polish Army (Muzeum Wojska Polskiego), which contains exhibits telling about the history and glorious victories of the Polish army. Here you can see the uniforms of the Polish army of different historical periods, a rich collection of armor, vestments and samples of […]

National Museum Krakow

The National Museum of Krakow (Muzeum Narodowe w Krakowie) founded in 1879. The beginning of the collection laid by the painting by Henryk Siemiradzki “Lights of Christianity. Torches of Nero”. The artist himself presented it to the museum being created, after which his example was followed by other authors. The first exhibition opened in 1883, […]

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