1. Open Days at Moscow Museums There are hundreds of museums in Moscow; it is difficult to think of an aspect of history, culture, or art for which there is no museum collection. Unfortunately, for the majority of people who are not students or pensioners, visiting a museum remains a rather expensive pleasure. To popularize … Continue reading Where to go in Moscow in October and November?
With castles, cathedrals, palaces, gardens, and cobbled lanes aplenty, it’s difficult not to have a good day in Prague. However, many visitors never leave the well-trodden route running from Wenceslas Square, through Old Town Square, across the Charles Bridge, and up the hill to Prague Castle. To locals, Prague is so much more. Here’s one … Continue reading A Perfect Day In Prague
Eight Great Spots to Raise a Mug this Fall By Mike Dunphy In Prague, suds rise with the sun: The Czech passion for beer amounts to the most per capita in the world – a full 142 liters (38 gallons) per person a year. That’s 40 liters more than Germany and 65 more than the … Continue reading Prague’s Best Beer Gardens
Long waits in airports are the most tiresome part of any journey. Many factors are out of our control, but there are some things that we can affect. Following are a few tips to help maximize the time you spend in airports – before, after, and between flights. First, look at your circumstances with a … Continue reading How to Optimize Waiting Time before Flights
Russia is a beautiful, unique, and enormous country. It is difficult to choose from the wide selection of diverse Russian itineraries. The astounding vastness of the country, its exceptional culture, history and originality provide lots of opportunities for travelers to explore a variety of destinations and attractions. Have you ever thought about visiting the cultural … Continue reading Why to Use Travel Agency Services When Traveling to Russia
Gzhel is the name of a traditional Russian craft production of porcelain and pottery items – dishes, tiles, and other decorative pieces. To be more precise, Gzhel is the name of a region southeast of Moscow that includes about 27 villages and small towns which comprise the so-called “Gzhel Bush” where this pottery production and porcelain manufacturing … Continue reading Gzhel Style Porcelain – A Famous Russian Craft