Ukraine Travel Facts

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The Basics Country: Ukraine Where is it: Ukraine is located in Eastern Europe, bordering the Black Sea, between Poland and Russia. Why do people go here: One of the largest countries in the former USSR, Ukraine is more heavily visited than others due to its proximity to Western Europe, but its old-world Soviet-era lifestyle is […]

So a Glaswegian Talks German to a Dutchwoman Part 2 of 2 – France, Belgium, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Luxembo

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Natives beware: Scott and his friends confused foreign languages all over Europe back in 2001, and are plotting to return.

So a Glaswegian Talks German to a Dutchwoman Part 1 of 2 – France, Belgium, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Luxembo

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Natives beware: Scott and his friends confused foreign languages all over Europe back in 2001, and are plotting to return.

Our Liepaja Adventure – Liepaja, Latvia

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Patricia Perkins’ poor preparation left her open t

A Guide to Hiking the High Tatra Mountains – Poland and Slovakia

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Although it’s one of the smallest mountain ranges

Intoxicating Eger – Eger, Hungary

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Bull’s Blood, the historical defeat of 60,000 Turk

The Trans-Siberian Railroad from Beijing to Moscow – Russia

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Undertaken in the right spirit of travel, the Trans-Siberian will be your greatest journey yet, according to Matthew Gill.

Moscow, Russia – May 1999

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Spring has finally come to Moscow! Well, in theory at least. There are now leaves on the trees, but bring a warm jacket, because there are still unexpected snow flurries! DachasThe first weekend in May is traditionally the time when Muscovites leave the city and head out to their dachas (summer houses) to start their […]