Saransk – Russia – in all its glory

Saransk is a compact city, with a large number of squares that merge into one another. The most popular and well-known sights of the city are

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A Tale of a Crossing During the Great Wildebeest Migration

If you haven’t seen a river crossing during the Wildebeest Migration in person, no documentary will ever do it justice. By Susan Portnoy

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Showing Chernyakhovsk in the Kaliningrad region

When I traveled from Kaliningrad to the regional town of Chernyakhovsk, I did not expect something special. Yes, the guidebooks promised that the German architecture was well preserved in it, since the former Insterburg was not so affected by the hostilities.

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The end of the world in the Danube zone

They say this is the end of the world. It is the “end” that everyone rejoices in. It is located in the flood zone of the Danube in Serbia.

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Visiting Japan Off The Beaten Path: The Gorgeous Shikoku

Shikoku is a 365-day destination if there ever was one in Japan. Like most other places in Japan, however, it shines during cherry blossom season,

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Lufthansa Business Class Boeing 747-400

Denver DEN to Frankfurt FRA review  By Jonathan Sacks Ever since I was a little kid, I always wanted to fly in the “bubble” of the Boeing 747. It’s the most iconic plane ever built; a majestic feat of engineering. Yes, the 747 is not the newest or the best plane, but it will always …

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St. Petersburg – world’s best cultural destination

Russia’s northern capital, Saint Petersburg, has been named the world’s leading cultural city destination for the third consecutive year. The award is traditionally handed out by the World Travel Awards (WTA). Saint Petersburg, that once again justified its rank as the Russian cultural capital, triumphed over Beijing, London, New York City, Paris, the Ecuadorian capital of Quito, …

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Places to Love in 2021 – Uncommon Destinations – I

Expecting big recovery of travel industry in 2021 seems to be a bit over-optimistic. Things are starting to move in the right direction but it will take some time to recover.

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36 Hours in Belgrade

travel guide to Serbia and Belgrade

Rich Serbian cuisine and an inspired bar scene are only the start of a stay in this Balkan city, where the people are outgoing, and history awaits around every corner

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New night train routes in Europe

Sleeper trains in Europe are poised to make a huge comeback after four national railway companies announced new routes that will link up 13 cities across the continent. The announcement marks the biggest extension of the European night train network in years

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