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The country of Croatia is full of strange sights worthy of attention. From passenger wrecks of Titanic times to traces of brontosaurs. Some of these interesting places are located on land, some under water.
Sunken ship “Baron Gauch”
The story of how the elegant Baron Gauch passenger liner went under water during World War II partially recalls the fate of the Titanic. The ship began its last journey from Kotor, Montenegro, heading to the port of Trieste. The ship was transporting refugees and military personnel. The fate of the vehicle is very tragic and associated with a stupid mistake: while the ship’s captain was sleeping, his deputy was having lunch, an inexperienced intern ignored the warning about the minefield laid down by the Austro-Hungarian troops. Killed 147 people. The liner crashed 40 kilometers from Brijuni Island. This place is popular with divers Pula and Porec. Continue reading
Have not decided yet where exactly you will meet the winter holidays this year? If you want to plunge into the unusual atmosphere of a winter fairy tale and touch the traditions, you can celebrate New Year and Christmas in one of the most beautiful countries in Eastern Europe – Poland.
If you go on a vacation this winter to Poland, you can be sure that this winter vacation will be unforgettable for you and your loved ones.
Poland is an amazing country with a long history shrouded in many secrets and legends.
The Poles reverently keep their traditions, so here you can still see a lot of amazing customs live, try traditional Polish dishes prepared according to old recipes and, of course, learn a lot of new and interesting information about this country, captivating with its indescribable flavor. Continue reading
European Christmas markets are one of the most popular winter attractions for tourists.
Bright and very colorful, they are decorated in the form of real little Christmas villages where you can not only find a variety of gifts and souvenirs, but also try the amazing goodies that are prepared right here in special kiosks and pavilions.
If you visit the Christmas market or the bazaar, the sea of positive and vivid impressions that only the fabulous atmosphere of the festive European cities gives, you will be guaranteed, so we will safely include the Christmas fairs 2016-2017 in our winter holiday program, prepare large suitcases for shopping and set off towards the winter festive fun! Continue reading