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Top 10 Highest Mountains in Europe

Do you like hiking or winter sports? Then your heart will beat faster when you see a mountain. Earlier we made a list of the highest mountains in the world. All ten of these can be found in the Himalayan range, in fact, the hundred highest mountains are located there in the neighboring Karakoram range! But Europe also has mountains… Read More »

Top 10 Most Popular Holiday Countries

France has been the most popular summer holiday destination among the Dutch for many years. The southern European countries are also popular. Most Dutch people book accommodation in advance (84%). A minority does not book in advance. They set off and see where they end up (12%). And then there is a small minority (4%) who travel to their own… Read More »

Top 10 Largest Countries in Europe by Area

Earlier we wrote a top 10 of the most densely populated areas of the European continent. But which of these countries are also literally the largest in Europe, that is: measured by the surface area of ​​the actual territory? You will discover it below. Check transporthint for list of top 10 largest countries in South America. 10. Italy This… Read More »

Top 10 Largest Cities in Europe

The following 10 cities are the largest in Europe. None of these cities make it into the top 10 largest cities in the world. Amsterdam is the largest city in the Netherlands with almost 800,000 inhabitants, which puts our capital in 54th place. Check petsinclude for list of European smallest capitals. 10. Bucharest – 2.16 million inhabitants Bucharest, the capital of… Read More »

Top 10 European Countries with the Most Population

Europe consists of about 50 countries. In total, around 740 million people live there. Europeans are divided between very small countries such as Liechtenstein and Monaco, and very large countries such as Germany and Russia. The following ten countries are the largest in Europe in terms of population. With just over 17 million inhabitants, the Netherlands falls just outside the top 10, and… Read More »

Top 10 Largest Islands in Europe

The European continent is home to many islands, whose surface area ranges from just a few hectares to more than 200,000 square kilometres. Numerous European islands grew into paradisiacal holiday destinations with an extensive tourist infrastructure. Consider, for example, the Greek and Spanish islands in the Mediterranean Sea. On the other hand, some islands, especially those in the far north, are very… Read More »

10 Countries With The Most Unesco World Heritage Sites

World Heritage can be of a cultural or natural nature. The sites that are allowed to bear the title of cultural or natural World Heritage are on the Unesco World Heritage List. World Heritage is considered something unique and irreplaceable, something that must be preserved for posterity. Check homeagerly for list of the 7 wonders of the world. For… Read More »

Italy Religion, Geography, Politics and Population

Religion in Italy The predominant religion in Italy is Catholicism, practiced by approximately 98% of the population. The center of the Catholic world is the city-state of the Vatican (it houses the residence of Pope John Paul II). It is located within the boundaries of the Italian capital of Rome, on the hill “Monte Vaticano”.… Read More »

Entertainment and Attractions in Rome, Italy

The futility of trying to embrace the immensity is just about Rome and its sights. Each time, leaving the hotel to a pre-designated point on the map, you will again and again be distracted, stop and be surprised by unexpected finds. It is difficult to offer a universal recipe that allows you to cover as… Read More »

Shopping and Eating in Rome, Italy

Shopping From Rome you can bring good leather goods (shoes, jackets, bags), clothes of Italian fashion designers, knitwear, fine linen, porcelain, crystal, jewelry and bijouterie, souvenirs, old-style picture frames or a custom-made copy of an old statue. Read more: shopping in Rome. According to topbbacolleges, the main shopping streets in Rome are Via del Corso,… Read More »

Transport in Rome, Italy

The work of urban transport in Rome is well established under the auspices of the ATAC company. The cost of a single ticket is 2.40 EUR, it is called BIT, it is valid for 100 minutes from the moment of composting (or one pass through the metro turnstile). If you plan to spend several days… Read More »

Rome, Italy

The eternal city where all roads lead, where you can live your whole life in one day-long vacation or get lost for several weeks. The concentration of attractions in Rome reaches such values ​​that after only a couple of hours in this city, the heart and brain of a poor tourist begin to refuse to… Read More »

Val di Fiemme, Italy

According to wholevehicles, Val di Fiemme is a relatively inexpensive ski resort in the Dolomites, located at an altitude of about 1000 m above sea level. Around the ski slopes there are about 11 small resort towns, each of which can accommodate. The most interesting of them are Predazzo and Cavalese. Cavalese is worth special… Read More »

How to Get to Palermo, Italy

By plane Direct flights from Moscow to Palermo are operated by All Italia and Pobeda airlines (4 hours on the way). During the season, planes do not fly every day; there are no direct flights in the winter months. To get to Palermo with one change in Budapest, Pisa, Milan, Barcelona, ​​in Malta offer Wizzair,… Read More »

Palermo, Italy

According to healthknowing, Palermo is a city of contrasts: one street is in ruins, the other glitters with bright tinsel of fashionable hotels and boutiques with dizzying prices. But the one who can find a common language with his unceasing energy, complete non-compliance with traffic rules and general chaos, will fall in love with him… Read More »

How to Get to Pisa, Italy

At Pisa airport, which is only 4 km from the center, planes from Moscow land daily, so almost all travelers from Russia arrive here by air. According to gradphysics, there are direct flights from the capital, from St. Petersburg and other cities of the country you can only get with a transfer. An automatic train… Read More »

Pisa, Italy

Those who travel to Pisa with the sole purpose of taking a selfie against the backdrop of the tower are wrong. There are at least four more steps to take – try bachelato cheese, cacucco fish soup, picci pasta, and crispy bruschettas with white or black truffles. If you try all this and drink a… Read More »

Entertainment and Attractions in Rimini, Italy

In Rimini, there is something to do besides a beach holiday. Fans of sightseeing tourism will like the historical part of the city, where many architectural monuments have been preserved. One of the most notable is the Arch of Emperor Augustus. Previously, it served as a gate to the city, now it is located almost… Read More »

Rimini, Italy

According to foodanddrinkjournal, Rimini is the most popular resort of the Adriatic, consisting of 15 km of sandy beaches, and also the center of “shop tourism”. One of the points of attraction for domestic businessmen is the largest exhibition complex in the region, Rimini Fiera. Beaches, discos and hotels are accompanied by an unexpectedly entertaining… Read More »

Entertainment and Attractions in Sardinia, Italy

According to electronicsencyclopedia, Sardinia conquers with its landscapes. The best sights here were created by nature, man only slightly embellished her creations. The most fantastically beautiful cliffs, similar to a bizarre sculpture garden, are located on Cape Testa in the north of the island. There are few places in the Mediterranean where you will meet… Read More »

How to Get to Sicily, Italy

According to dictionaryforall, Sicily can be reached by plane and ferry. There are 5 airports on the island, Falcone-Borsellino in Palermo and Fontanarossa in Catania receive international flights. Only connecting flights are organized from Moscow and St. Petersburg to both Sicilian cities. From Catania airport you can get to the center by bus and taxi,… Read More »

Entertainment and Attractions in Sicily, Italy

Everything is beautiful in Sicily: both nature and architecture. There are attractions in almost every city. It is better to start your tour from Palermo with its castles, churches and monasteries of different styles and eras. The most solemn building of the city is the Palazzo Normanni, the former royal residence. Inside is the Palatine… Read More »

How to Get to Sardinia, Italy

By plane The most famous of the three international airports in Sardinia is Costa Smeralda in Olbia, from which the famous resorts of Porto Cervo, Baia Sardinia, Porto Rotondo are within easy reach. From June to September, the Italian Meridiana Fly flies here directly from Moscow Domodedovo (1 time per week, travel time 4 hours)… Read More »

Sardinia, Italy

According to acronymmonster, Sardinia is located 200 km west of mainland Italy and only 12 km south of French Corsica. This is a place where you can combine a wonderful beach holiday with interesting sightseeing trips: most of the island is occupied by natural and archaeological reserves. And its southern coast is famous for its… Read More »

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

MILAN, ITALY Brief information The Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore was founded in 1921 by Father Agostino Gemelli. In Italy they are also affectionately called “Cattolica”. It received official university status as early as 1924 and is now the most important and renowned Catholic university in Europe. In 1961 she founded a medical faculty (Facoltà… Read More »

Italy Road Network

Already 2000 years ago the Romans started building roads in Italy. Some of the axes used by the Romans still have a prominent role in the Italian road network, albeit on new and modern roads, of course. In modern times, Italy was one of the first countries to start building motorways, Autostrada in Italian. Italy… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Alghero, Italy

The climate of Alghero In the northwest of Sardinia you will find the town of Alghero. According to shopareview,the city is nicknamed ‘Little Barcelona’. Alghero does indeed have a Spanish touch and that has everything to do with the history of the place. In the fourteenth century, Alghero was taken by the Catalans. It was… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Abruzzo, Italy

The climate of Abruzzo According to citypopulationreview, Abruzzo (or Abruzzo, as this Italian region is called in Dutch) is one of the twenty Italian regions. The region is located in the central-southern part of Italy. It is one of the smaller regions of the country and has a total population of about 1.3 million. There… Read More »

Italy Culture of Business

Subchapters: Introduction Addressing Business Meeting Communication Recommendations Public Holidays Introduction The primary means of communication is the telephone, which is preferred over letters or emails, which often receive a response with a significant delay. Face-to-face meetings are preferred, but as a result of the pandemic, video conferences have also become part of the meetings. The… Read More »

Italy Basic Information

Basic information about the territory Subchapters: System of governance and political tendencies in the country Foreign policy of the country Population The system of governance and political tendencies in the country The head of the republic is the president, who is elected indirectly at the session of both parliamentary chambers for a period of seven… Read More »