Germany

Germany

Travel tips for European countries: Germany

About the country

The Federal Republic of Germany is the most influential country in Europe. He witnessed the most controversial events in history, such as Nazism, the Holy Roman Empire, and the construction and demolition of the Berlin Wall. With lots of wonderful castles you have rich art and culture. The German language is German, but foreigners can find many English-speaking places, especially in the usual places of tourism.

weather

Here, the weather is very unpredictable, because it is likely that it rains almost every month, so wear your clothes accordingly. April and May are the spring months, with fruit and flowers blooming. May-September has a very good climate with a sunny sky and offers the best time for trips and excursions. People with a passion for sports, such as swimming, hiking and cycling, can spend these months perfectly. In November and initial of March, winter games could be rejoiced at the resorts. The temperature is less than the freezing hub and the days are also short (only 6 to 8 months) in winter.

Local customs

The locals congratulate each other on their hands and say Guten Tag. To say goodbye, people use Auf Wiedersee. To visit somebody’s home, guests expect to bring many strange and discovered flowers, especially roses. Guests are invited to enjoy a meal or snack. In the table, hosts say Guten Appetit, to which guests have to answer Ebenfalls. Smoking should be avoided better in public places. Local people dress informally, but on certain occasions, such as opera, theater, certain restaurants and social functions, they need a formal dress.

Electricity

220 V, 50 Hz

Move

The best way to shop is to buy greeting cards or city permits that allow the customer to use unlimited buses in many German cities. It also offers a special offer for certain points of interest. For more flexibility, you can rent a car or drive with the driver. 16% VAT is paid along with the rent. In the event of any accident, car insurance must be available in advance. The speed limit in cities is at most 50 km / h and 100 km / h on motorways.
Nine stars

The nine southwestern German stars are Baden-Baden, Freiburg, Heidelberg, Karlsruhe, Heilbronn, Mannheim, Pforzheim Stuttgart and Ulm. They are considered beautiful European cities. Every city plays an important role in German culture. Baden-Baden has some of the best resorts and has the second largest concert and opera hall in Europe. Freiburg is known as the historic city center and is famous for its stones, open streams and old alleys. Heidelberg has world-famous castles and the oldest university in Germany. Karlsruhe has the center of the famous Museum of Arts and Media. Look for entertainment along the Heilbronn Nectar River. Pforzheim is the capital of watches and jewelery. Stuttgart is famous for its theaters and opera. Ulm is the birthplace of Albert Einstein and is the needle of the highest world.

Traveling

The national airline providing services to Germany is Lufthansa. Bwelin-Tegel Airport is 8 km from the city. There are free shops, banks, post offices, restaurants, conference rooms, car rental and tourist information.

Another busy airport is Frankfurt Airport, 13 km from the city. Buses will reach about 20 minutes. Taxis are available at any time. The interurban rail network at the airport also offers international services to Hungary, Switzerland and Austria. Services provided here are tax free, left luggage, restaurants, banks, conference rooms, post office, car rental and tourist information. There is no departure fee for passengers.

Those wishing to travel by sea can use ferries to Finland, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Latvia and Norway.

Eurostar provides rail services to and from Belgium, France and the UK. An order can be made by phone. Inter-Rail presents limitless 2nd-class trains in Twenty Nine (29) European countries. Eurailpass offers unlimited first-class train rides in 17 European countries.
EuroCity and InterCity trains feature a restaurant serving food and drinks.

France

France

Travel tips for European countries: France

Over the city

The minia is attracted by the bright alpine ski slopes, the sunny vineyards and the sunny beaches of this beautiful country. France is a country that attracts more tourists than any other country. It is easy to understand why this is so, given the excellent reputation of France for its excellent wines, good food, haute couture and a relaxed lifestyle. However, while France is definitely a place to eat and drink while in your heart, this exciting country is much more than the most advanced cuisine. Spring is the best time, and for those who are interested in winter sports, you can go to the Alps and the Pyrenees with a specific poline route. The summer is very hot and the winters are medium. Full and comfortable air shoes are a must. Especially women should have cocktail dresses because some restaurants ask for it. When visiting a religious site, do not wear shirts and shorts, as you do not like them in those places.

Culture

English is mostly talked here, although French is the official language. The handshake is
Normal greetings and women should be kissed on both cheeks and should be resolved.
like monsieur or madame. The French are known for their stylish sportswear
And, of course, the perfume. Nudism is only allowed on some beaches. Social functions, well
Restaurants and clubs require a more formal salsa. When the official dinner, wait until the host
Gestures to start dinner. Smoking is prohibited in public places.

View of the site

Paris, a city of love, is a huge city with many attractions at your fingertips.
Very efficient public transport system. It contains more than 80 museths and 200 arts.
galleries Reaching Disney Land and the incredible Eiffel Tower will help you travel.
The attractive tourist spots are the Arc de Triomphe, which moves over the tomb of the capital.
Unknown soldier, scenic gothic architecture at Notre Dame
Sacre Coeur, Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa, Moulin Rouge and boat trips
Sign. Get a Carte Musees-Monuments edition that gives you access to 70 monuments and
museums

Purchases

Although the service charge is included in the bill, a modest tip will cost a lot. You can give an additional dollar to the waiter. Bus drivers can stay with a $ 2 end.
Electricity

220 volts, 50 cycles of alternating current.
I go there

The national airline operating here is Air France. Many low cost airlines also provide services from the United Kingdom. Paris-Charles de Gaulle, also known as Roissy-Charles de Gaulle, is the main French airport, 23 km from the city. Buses, taxis, limousine services are available at the airport. The train station equipped with the airport says that it arrives at all terminals in eight minutes. These trains operate for 24 hours. Other airports serving flights are Paris Orly, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nice, Lyon and Toulouse.

Ferries and cruises are available from ports such as the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea, the Mediterranean Sea and Hawaii.

Tax-free products

1. 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 100 cigarettes or 250 g of tobacco
2. 1 liter of spirits higher than 22 percent. Or 2 liters of alcoholic beverages, up to 22 percent.
3. 2 liters of wine.
4. 50 g of perfume and 250 ml of toilet.
5. 500 grames of coffee or 200 grames of coffee extract
6. one hundred grams of tea or forty grams of tea extract

Food and agricultural products should be avoided.

Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Travel tips for European countries: Czech Republic

About the county

The Czech Republic is located in Central Europe, borders Poland to the north, Germany to the northwest and west, Austria to the south and Slovakia to the east. The

The capital of the Czech Republic is Prague, which is also the largest city in the Czech Republic and a popular tourist destination. The Czech Republic has become a member of Europe.

The Czech Republic was previously part of Czechoslovakia, which was liquidated in 1993. January And was divided into what is now called Czech and Slovak.

Republic Brno, Ostrava, Plzeň, Olomouc, České Budějovice, Zlín, Hradec Králové, Ústí nad Labem, Pardubice and Karlovy Vary are other important Czech cities.

Republic The Czech Republic is divided into two parts by geographical and cultural classification. They are the Czech Republic and Moravia. The cities of Bohemia are

Popular in its spas and vineyards. There are also many visitors here. One of the other tourist attractions is tourism.

Hundreds of kilometers of trails for walking, cycling and skiing.

Population and languages

The people of Czech republic is approximatelt ten point two million and formal language is Czech.

Electricity

The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The plug used is a round plug and a plug with a male ground pin

Geographic location

It is located in the center of Europe, borders Poland to the north, Germany to the northwest and west, Austria to the south and Slovakia to the east. This is basically a

Countries strategically located in some of the most important land routes in Europe.

The weather

The Czech climate can be called “moderate” with hot summers and cold clouds. It also becomes snow. Most of the rain falls in the summer. For

Different heights, temperature variations vary. The temperature is quite low for a high altitude and more precipitation. Medium temperature

in high areas it is only -0.4 ° C, and in low altitudes it can reach up to 10 ° C

Local customs

Clothing should be conservative and informal, except for formal dinners or good hotels or restaurants. Typpas tend to be between 5 and 10 percent in restaurants, hotels and taxis.

Places of interest

Castle District (Hradèany): presents some of the best churches and museums. There are also beautiful gardens, fortifications and state apartments.

St. Vitus Cathedral: is in the castle district, the most important feature of this cathedral are the towers raised in the sky. It is also a country

The largest church with excellent architecture.

Karluv Most is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city and you should not miss it.

The Old Town Square (Staromĕstské Námestí) is the most lively square in Prague with many historical structures. It also organizes several markets every year.

Christmas market.

The Jewish Museum is the largest Jewish museum in Central Europe with a large collection of Jewish works of art.
Vyšehrad: have a large hill built on a cliff in the river.

Trip

Air is the Czech national airline of Czech Airlines. There are many other small and popular international airlines in the Czech Republic. The

The main airport is Prague Ruzyne International Airport (PRG). The airport is about 10 kilometers northwest of Prague.

With railways, this country is part of a larger network of trains that connects to European cities. If you come from Western Europe, the most convenient connections are

They are located in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Vienna and Zurich to Prague.

Tax-free products
1. 800 cigarettes or 400 cigarettes or 200 cigars or 1 kg of tobacco for the EU countries.
2. 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco for non-EU countries.
3. 10 liters of alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of more than 22%, or 20 liters of alcohol with an alcohol content of less than 22%, or 90 liters of wine or 60 liters of wine;

Sparkling wine or one hundred & ten liters of beer for EU countries.
4. 1 liter of spirituous drink or 2 liters of wine for non-EU countries.
5. 50 g of perfume or 250 ml of toilet.
6. Food, fruits, medicines and flowers for personal use.
7. Gifts up to 175 EUR.

Prohibited items

Raw products, meat or dairy products, drugs, firearms, ammunition, weapons, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that contain:

More than sixty percent alcohol.

Cyprus

cyprus


Travel tips for European countries: Cyprus

About the country

Cyprus is an island in the Mediterranean. It is home to mountains in the north and south, and the southern coast is covered with plains. The temperature is really high, which is shown by the Mediterranean climate. Winters are cooler. Nicosia is the capital of Cyprus. The currency used here is the Cyprus pound.

Culture

It speaks Greek, English and Turkish. There is a mixed Greek and Middle Eastern culture. The locals are very friendly and welcome to the unfamiliar heart and make them feel at home by offering them something to drink. To greet someone, the hands will meet. It is customary for guests to receive a small gift when invited for dinner. Informal clothing can be dressed but bathing suits should be limited to beaches. Social functions require formal dresses.

Places to visit

The country has many vineyards, 12th-century buildings, gardens and monasteries. Be careful when taking pictures outside. In military areas, a special permission to take pictures in places such as museums and art galleries is prohibited. Most of them prevent flash photography. Taxis can be rented to move in large Cypriot cities, which charge a fee on government-determined meters. The end of the regulators is normal.

Electricity

240 V, 50 Hz

Go there

The port of Famagusta in Ammochostos and the port of Cyrene and Ercan airport have been declared illegal “call ports”, so make sure they are planned there.

The national airline is Cyprus Airways. It connects most major European cities. 40 other airline companies also deliver their facilities at Larnaca Airfield, five kilometer from Larnaca and fifty kilometer from Nicosia. Taxis can be rented to reach any location because there are no buses and trains at the airport. Other services offered at this airport include duty free shops, bank, tourist and hotel information, restaurants, car rental, post office and reservation office. The next airport, Paphos, is 15 km from the city, and the airport is a 35-minute drive away. It offers the same facilities as Larnaca Airport.

The main ports of Cyprus are the port of Limassol and the port of Larnaca, connecting other ports in the Middle East and Greece. It offers not only ferry services but also cruise services.

The island of Cyprus is not connected by roads to other countries, but the roads cross Cyprus and connect all cities. Buses run on roads except Sundays, but during the summer they are late at night. Tourists can go to rural buses to get to the remote villages, but they are very slow. If you plan to rent a car, it is advisable to book in advance, especially in summer, as the reservation is full. Remember to take a national driving license or an international driving license.

Duty Free Products

1. 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco
2. 1 liter of alcohol (more than 22% by volume) or 2 liters of fortified wine or sparkling wine
3. 2l of calm wine; 50 g of perfume and 250 ml of toilet.
4. 800 cigarettes or 200 cigars or 1 kg of tobacco
5. 10l of liquids, 20 liters of fortified wine, 90 l of wine, 110l of beer

Many foods and products related to agriculture are prohibited. Explosives and firearms are not strict.

Belgium

Bulgaria

Travel tips for European countries: Belgium

About the country

Belgium is in Western Europe. Here the land is mostly made up of plains in the north-east coast, and the southeast is occupied by the forest of Arden.

The official languages ??of Belgium are Dutch, Flemish, French and German, and Dutch is the largest, followed by French. The climate here is quite predictable.

The warmest is April – September. Otherwise the weather is quite wet and the sky is gray, which explains why umbrellas and raincoats are part of

Therefore, if the visit is scheduled for a holiday during the rainy season, be sure to provide sufficient coverage for maximum protection as it is a coastal area.

in the region Call 100 or 112 for an emergency call.

Culture

The Belgians are friendly with English and will do everything possible to speak English with a foreigner. Always remember to bring small gifts or at least flowers.

when you are invited for dinner. The dress will be mentioned in the invitation when invited to the party. Smoking is publicly acceptable.

Shopping

Brussels, Antwerp, Bruges, Ostend, Namur, Mons, Liège, Ghent and Mechelen are major shopping malls. Belgium is famous for pottery and hand-beaten copper

Restaurants

Rabbit and horse meat dishes are a specialty of many restaurants. Although visitors can find a wide range of ethnic foods, but the most famous are the Frites and

mayonnaise and mitralillet; mitraillette is a large muffin stuffed with fries, donuts and garlic, vegetarians can order vegetables. substitute

meat When eating at a restaurant, tips are considered common with value added tax. For cinemas, leave an assistant at $ 0.50 and later at € 0.25.

Using public toilets.

Electricity

The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz.

Traveling

Delta Air Transport has recently opened a new European airline, SN Brussels Airlines. Fly to more than 58 locations in Europe and around the world.

Brussels Zayentem Airport is 12 kilometers from the city and 35 minutes from the airport. The airport has services such as duty-free shops,

Parking, taxi reservation, car rental, banks, post office, restaurants and medical assistance. Internet and fax services are provided to passengers. Airport City

Passengers on the high-speed train are transported to three main train stations: North of Brussels, center and south. There is a bus service which leaves regularly from the airport.

You can also rent a taxi waiting outside the arrival hall. Taxi drivers are considered to be charging. The train departs every 15 minutes.

Another airport, Brussels, Charleroi, is 5 km from Charleroi and 46 km from Brussels. Ryan Air is a local airline and offers cheap deals

A few European trips to and from Charleroi. Services on offer include bus and train services, cafés, car rental and free shops.

Ostend Airport is 5 km from the city and offers on-site parking, car rental, duty-free shops and restaurants.

Antwerp Airport is just 2 km from the city. Buses leave Brussels Central Station every few minutes.

Liège is 5 km from the city. Here, buses run regularly.

The departure fee in Brussels for Zayentem is € 20.93, Brussels Charleroi € 3.49, Ostend and Antwerp € 10, and Liège € 7.

Thalys owns a high-speed rail network from Belgium to France, which connects Brussels with other destinations such as Bordeaux, Chambéry,

Cannes, Marseille, Lyon, Nice, Valence Perpignan and Rennes. Reservations must be made in advance for these trains. The National Railway operates all day.

Provide services every few minutes to destinations like Andorra, Austria, France, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Luxembourg, Switzerland, United Kingdom and

The Netherlands Internally can use the Inter-Rail Pass, which allows visitors to travel through nearly 29 European countries. This service is valid for residents who were

He has been living for more than 6 months.

Duty Free Products

Visitors can bring alcohol, tobacco, cigarettes, coffee and tea without imposing duties, but only the products must be clean.

Austria

Austria

Travel tips for European countries: Austria

About the country

Located in the center of Europe, Austria celebrates the best music festivals in the world, such as the Salzburg Festival, the Vienna Haydn Festival and the International Chamber Music Festival. One is the capital of Austria and the capital of European music. Music and art have completely disappeared after centuries of difficulties and innovation. This explains that Vienna is the birthplace of Mozart. There are also horse dances at these festivals. In winter, the snow-covered Alps are winter. Austria is experiencing an average summer. Rain can be expected throughout the year. Emergency call 120 or 123.

View of the site

The romantic castles have surprised you. The Schloss Durnstein offers a wonderful view of the Danube river. The 10% tip should be paid to the taxi drivers that are usual here.

Culture

He speaks German, Hungarian, Slovenian and Croatian. If you want to congratulate the locals, it will be a manual click. When you meet someone for the first time, it is best to direct them to your last name, but as soon as you know it, they can be resolved by name. Tell the audience, say Guten Tag or Gruß Gott to say hello to the people and leave Auf Wiedersehen. Go to the flowers when you go to someone else’s house. The people here comprise a excitement of horse riding. Here you can find the best world art of the art of horses, which is 400 years old and watches horses in these schools; Tickets must be booked in advance. Although a service charge is charged for restaurant accounts, an additional 5 percent is added.

I go there

In Austria, Austrian Arrows, Austrian Airlines and Lausda Air operate three national airlines that cooperate with the Austrian Airlines Group. Vienna Airfield is 18 kilo meter far from the main city. Airport buses transport passengers to the southern and western train stations. The airport also offers rail, driver and taxi services. Airport passengers have free shops, post office, bank, inns, luggage, tourist information, conference room, nurseries, car rental and parking.

The Salzburg airport is 4 km from the city and bus, train, taxi and hotel bus to and from the airport. The airport has services such as duty-free shops, post office, currency exchange, luggage, conference room, restaurants and car rental. You can find more information at other airports, such as Klagenfurt airport, Graz airport and Linz airport. All airports charge a fixed fee for porter services.

 

International tourists can travel to Austria from the Austrian Federal Railways if you plan to travel by train. It is a vast network of main Austrian cities outer side of Austria. Tourist could find out links to / from Germany, Russia, Greece, Romania, Turkey, Brussels, Paris and Italy. You can buy an international train pass or a Eurail permit in Austria, as they offer unlimited travel and other offers.

A good road network is an interesting journey. Go to Eurotunnel when traveling by car through the canal tunnel. Orders must be made in advance. Cars can be hired at airports and train stations and drive their own cars, such as a UK driver’s license or a national driver’s license and vehicle registration documents. Buses are installed on motorways and S roads, so if changes are made in advance, this will ensure that the trip is not delayed. Registration documents must be maintained at all times while driving. The lights should be on while driving, inside or outside the city. There are strict laws about seat belts and drinks while driving. If you use a motorcycle, you should wear a high visibility jacket and a helmet, which is an advantage for both the passenger and the driver. Many federal, private and local authorities provide bus services. The buses are designed to move around the cities.

Wurm and Kock offer cruise passenger services. Travel packages are included with the cruise package. Try it before using. There are also many ferry providers.

Tax-free products

  1. 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco or a proportional mixture of these products
  2. 1 liter of spirits containing more than 22%, or 2 liters of wine or fortified liquor up to 22%.
  3. Five Hundred g of coffee or two hundreds g of extracts, essence or concentrates of coffee and hundred g of tea or 40 g of tea extracts
  4. Medications that are sufficient for the trip.
  5. 50 g of perfume or toilet
  6. All previous articles

Sweden

Sweden

Travel tips to Europe: Sweden

About County

Beautiful and clean, Sweden is a land of cultural diversity, with Danish and wild northern Arctic influences. You can also feel the life of the city in its beautiful and challenging cities and at the same time feel the peace of the village. Sweden is full of charm with beautiful medical villages, islands, lakes and forests, which make their landscape.
The vast majority of the Swedish territory is forests and unforgettable thousands of lakes. One of Sweden’s beauty is its islands and you cannot go without these islands. They offer the most imaginative and beautiful experience for all visitors. Stockholm is the capital of Sweden, a city with 14 islands, with great restaurants, nightclubs, bars and great art. Where you go, most people speak English. If visitors want to try the seafood, the west coast is the ideal place. It is also popular in the ancient city of Uppsala. Don’t miss a trip to the ice hotel, which is sculptured with ice in Lapland every winter. Sweden is an interesting country with excellent roads and a modern high-speed train system.

Population and languages

Sweden has about 9 million inhabitants. The population and the official language are Swedish. Lapland is spoken by northern Sami people. Most people speak English freely, many also speak German and French.

Electricity

Voltage – 230 volts, frequency – 50 Hz. European standard 2-pin plugs are used.

Geographical location

Sweden is a Nordic country located on the Scandinavian Peninsula and is the fifth largest country in Europe. Western neighbor is Norway; Finland in the north-east, the south-western border is surrounded by the Skagerrak and Kattegat, and the west coast is bordering the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Bothnia. Most of the area is wooded and has thousands of lakes, mainly in southern Sweden.

Local customs

Like any other country, Sweden also has its own custom. It is common not to drink until the recipient reaches the roasting. Smoking is prohibited in many public places. It is also common to tell a Tack för to kill a host after a meal that means thanks for the meal. Casual clothing is acceptable for everyday and formal use in social meetings. It is also common to serve up to ten percent of restaurants and about the same percentage of taxis.

Places to visit

Stockholm is Sweden’s largest city and one of the world’s largest cities. The Old Town is a pleasure for your eyes and walking through the city canals and parks is an experience. Most visitors want to walk and visit the medieval part of Gamla Stan. The city is basically made up of archipelagos, which are extremely picturesque and can be explored by cruises.

Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden. You can’t miss this city attraction at the world-class Liseberg Amusement Park. It is home to popular museums such as Ostindiska huset, Konstmuseet and Sjöfartshistoriska museet.
Vadstena – Renaissance Castle Vadstena Nest & klosterkyrkan.

Visby – Visby Harbor, ruins of ruins, St. Nicholas, St. Lars and St. Karin, St. Mary’s Cathedral and Gotland’s Fornal Historical Music.

Oland – Graborg Fort, Eketorp Museum and Borgholm Castle Ruins.

Traveling

Air: Air transport is well connected to the rest of the world. Many international airlines serve Sweden, with the exception of their local SAS airlines. Other airlines include Air Canada, Air France, Aeroflot, British Airways, Finn Air, Lufthansa, Ryan Air and others.

Sea: Ferries connect Sweden to other places such as New Castle, Copenhagen and St. Petersburg and others.

By Train: Trains connect Ostend, Sweden and London. The Eurostar train is also connected to Denmark.

Roads: Visitors from the UK can go to Sweden via Demark or Germany.

Duty Free Products
1. Up to 200 cigarettes or 250 g of tobacco.
2. 100 cigarettes or 50 cigars.
3. 1 liter of alcohol at 22% or 2 liters of wine or 32 liters of beer
4. Perfume
5. Gifts up to 1700 SEK.

Prohibited Items
Madicines, rifle, pistol, bullets, weapons, most meat and dairy products, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that contain more than sixty percent of alcohol.

Greece

Greece


Travel tips for European countries: Greece

About the county

As one of the first civilizations known as human beings, Greece is a rich history, heritage and culture. It is the place where the Byzantine Empire ruled, as well as the great Ottoman Empire. It is also considered the birthplace of democracy. Athens is the capital of Greece. The Olympic Games came from Greece. Not only was it a global center for Western philosophy, political science, astronomy, mathematics, basic research and what it was not. It is also known as the Mediterranean, since the Mediterranean is in the south. It is popular with the world’s tourists in the region, known for its beautiful beaches, which reach the history and charming villages. The Greek islands are one of the most beautiful cruise or yacht locations. The trip to Greece will undoubtedly be one of the most memorable memories of your life.

Population and languages

The Greek population is about 11 million, and the official language is Greek. Other popular languages ??are English and French.

Electricity

The power is 220 Volts and the density is 50 Hertz. The type of plug used is a round pin with lock, a round pin with ground connection, a round pin and a plug with a male grounding plug and a Schuko plug and a plug with side grounding contacts.

Geographic location

It is situated in southern Europe, frontier the Aegean Ocean, the Ionian Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea among Albania and Turkey. It is located on the south side of the Balkan Peninsula. It is also limited by Bulgaria and Macedonia in the southeast.

The weather

It has three different climatic conditions: the Alps, the Mediterranean and the average climate, the mild and humid winters, as well as the hot, dry summers of the Mediterranean. The alpine system is visible in mountainous regions. The average climate is visible near the Macedonian border. Athens has both medium and Mediterranean air.

Local customs

Greece is a place with a strong historical and cultural environment. Different parts of Greece have different traditions and customs. The return of the hand is considered a negative gesture in Greece. Casual clothes can be used mostly. Smoking is prohibited in public transport services and public buildings. 12-1% Habit is common in restaurants, hotels and taxis.

Places of interest
* Olympic Games in Athens (location of the 2004 Olympic Games)
* Mardi Grass holidays in February
* Parthenon in Athens
* Skiing in the Arahova Mountains from October to March.
* Easter holidays
* White Tower of Thessaloniki and rich Byzantine culture.
* South of Corinth
* Lesbos beaches
* Vineyards in the countryside.
* Islands near the Aegean Sea
* Alonissos Wildlife Reserve (Sporades Marine Park)
* The famous Moni Panagia Chozoviotissa, the Byzantine monastery in Amorgos

Trip

Air – The Greek national airline is Olympic Airlines. Many popular airlines, such as British Airways and Delta Airlines, operate daily flights from Athens. The largest airport is Athens International Airport, recently built, 17 km northeast of the city. Other Greek international airports are Heraklion (Crete), Thessaloniki (Macedonia) and Corfu (Corfu).

The sea is popular with Greek ports: Corfu, Heraklion, Igoumenitsa, Patras, Piraeus (Athens), the island of Rhodes, Thessaloniki and Volos. Ships and ferry lines connect these ports with Italy, Croatia, Cyprus, Russia and Turkey. Some popular cruises in Greece include Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Festival Cruises, Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Silversea and Swan Hellenic.

By train: if you are coming from the UK, the best way is to take the Eurostar train to Brussels or Paris and take a train to Greece from there.

Tax-free products
1. Up to 200 cigarettes or 250 g of tobacco.
2. 100 cigarettes or 50 cigars.
3. A 1-liter spirit drink that exceeds 22% or 2 liters of wine.
4. Perfume – 50 g or 250 ml
5. Gifts up to 175 EUR.

Prohibited items

Medicines, rifle, pistol, quantity of bullets, most flesh and dairy products, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that contain more than sixty percent alcohol.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria

Travel tips for European countries: Bulgaria

About County

Officially known as the Republic of Bulgaria or the Republic of Bulgaria, Bulgaria is a beautiful mountainous country on the Balkan Peninsula in southern Europe and bordered by

Black Sea to the East, Serbia and Republic of Macedonia to the West, Romania to the North, Greece and Turkey to the South. Bulgaria also borders Turkey

Romania, Ukraine, Russia and Georgia along the sea. The largest city and capital city is Sofia. The country can be very small, but it is rich in antiquity

Culture, picturesque places, simple and friendly people who give the warmth and hospitality of the old days. Bulgaria is known as “The Land of Roses” for. T.

The biggest production of roses here. Although Bulgaria is known mainly for its resorts, most of the real country can be explored in large mountainous regions

Ski resorts are ideal for skiers. With unique customs, impressive crafts, colorful festivals, folklore and so on. Bulgaria has everything it can do

Visitors imagination with surprise and emotion.

Population and languages

The Bulgarian population is about 7.4 million, and the official language is Bulgarian. Turkish and Roma also speak a significant percentage

population.

Electricity

The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. A round plug-type plug and plug and socket “Schuko” with side ground contacts are used.

Geographical location

It is located on the Balkan Peninsula in southern Europe, bordering on the Black Sea on the east, Serbia and Macedonia on the west, Romania on the north, Greece and Greece.

Turkey to the south. In addition, Bulgaria also borders Turkey, Romania, Ukraine, Russia and Georgia. Bulgaria is strategically close to the Turkish Straits.

It is the main point of land routes connecting Europe with the Middle East and Asia.

weather

The Bulgarian climate can be described as moderate with hot, dry summers and cold, wet winters. The average summer temperature is around 75 ° F (24 ° C) and winter.

The average temperature is about 0 ° C. The best time to visit Bulgaria is summer.

Local customs
Like any other country, Bulgaria also has its own custom and the usual courtesy. Normal hand pressing. Clothes should be conservative but can be

casual If you invite them home, the memories of the country of origin are evaluated. Here is Bulgaria, and the node means “no”, and shaking means “yes.” Spinning

10-12% It is common to all services, including restaurants, bars, clubs, taxis and more.

Places to visit

Sofia
* St. Sofia Church
* San Jorge ring
* Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
* National Museum of Ethnography.

Mountains
* City Momchilovtsi
* Pirin National Park
* Rila Monastery

Traveling

By Air: The Bulgarian national airline is Bulgaria Air. Other international airlines operating from Bulgaria are Bulgaria, Aeroflot, Air France,

Alitalia, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Al Israel Airlines, KLM, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa, MALEV Hungarian Airlines, Olympic Airlines and Swiss Air.

Sofia International EAD Airport (SOF) is the largest airport located six miles east of Sofia. Another international airport is Varna International Airport (VAR).

is located in the western part of the city, about five miles from Varna.

Mar – The most important international ports are Bourgas and Varna along the Black Sea.

Rivers – Ferries can go to Romania from Vidin to Calafat.

By Train: Sofia is connected to Budapest, Belgrade, Bucharest, Thessaloniki, Paris, Vienna, Munich and Berlin for frequent train services.

Duty Free Products
1. Two hundred cigarettes or fifty cigars or two fifty g of tobacco
2. 1 liter of liquids and 2 liters of wine; 50 g of perfume and 100 g of toilet.
3. Gifts and articles for personal use.

containing more than sixty percent of alcohol.

Albania

Albania


Travel tips for European countries: Albania

Albania is a mountain country and one of the smallest in Europe. The inhabitants allegedly landed from the ancient Illyr.

Culture

Albanian culture is heavily influenced by continental Greek culture, especially in urban areas; the turn means “no”, and the head blow means “yes”. In order to welcome something, preference is given to handshake, although a Shoku (friend) who has long been forgotten has previously been used. People are turning informally here. Bathing suits are for beaches because women are not expected to wear clothes. When addressing something, preference is given to the prefix Zoti or Zonja and always remember that when you visit someone, gifts, although the flowers are not very acceptable. Guests are served with coffee, raki or sweets. Smokers do not have to worry, but they should avoid when they see Ndalohet Duhani or Ndalohet pirja e duhanit mark.

Traveling in the country

Buses with relatively cheap rates operate in the main cities of the country, and taxis are another option for some major hotels.
Visit Dajti Mountain and enjoy the Dajti Ekspres ski lift to reach an unforgettable 15-minute drive through Dajt Oark to Tirana. The route takes about 4.2 km and the trip costs 6.5 and Alfa Yachting offers a yacht with a luxury. Tirana Bank is the best place to withdraw money because it allows you to use Visa cards.

Restaurants

Restaurants are not always hot enough, so always wear warm clothes when you go out in winter. Foreigners pay more than the locals. Both entry fees and goods will be larger, so it is best not to disclose that you are a foreigner when you are on the streets.

Places to visit

If you like kayaking, this is the right place. There are places on the outskirts of Tirana that are an incredible place not only for kayaking but also for climbing, hiking and camping.

Accommodation

If you want a 5-star atmosphere, try Sheraton Tirana Hotel and Towers in the middle of the shopping and entertainment center. There are about 151 rooms and 56 apartments. So, with convenience, you can buy comfort at the same time. Another hotel offering all modern amenities is the Mondial Hotel. It is 1000 meters from the city and is a good example of traditional architecture.

Go there

One of the best and easiest ways is to go by plane. Albanian Airlines is a national airline that cooperates with Tyrolean Airways and provides services to almost all major European cities. The airport, Mother Teresa, is 26 km or 26 km from the capital. A tourist bus is available every 3 hours to reach the city center and the arrival takes about 30 minutes. Taxis are available throughout the day. While waiting for any transport service, tourists can visit duty-free shops, banks, restaurants and car rental at the airport. Foreign citizens are subject to a $ 10 exit fee. Check out www.flyalbanian.com for flight schedules and offers.

If you try to arrive by sea, try ferry services provided by the Adriatic and Agoudimos. The main ports are Durres (ferry to Italy, Bari, Brindisi, Trieste and Ancona), Vlora (ferry to Bari and Brindisi), Saranda (joins Corfu), Shen Gjini Bari). For more information, visit www.adriatica.it and www.aqoudimos-lines.com.

The bus is another option. Buses leave from Istanbul, Athens and Sofia. Domestic passengers have many opportunities with bus services. If you are traveling in a private car, there is a road network in the Kosovo region, but they are too dangerous to use because of political tensions in the region. Crosses can be taken by Hani I Hotit, Bllata, Oafa and Thaes, Tushemisht, Gorica, Kapshtica and Cocoa. If you are tired, you can stop at hotels or other designated locations. There is a network of 18,000 km, of which only 7450 km are the main roads for local travelers. Around 2138 km of these roads are in poor condition and have wells and maximum safety measures must be taken on such roads. Speed ??must be strictly adhered to on roads as well as in cities. Avoid driving at night due to lack of public lighting