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1 December 2021

Meet Asliddin Khasanov: the master of Samarkand bread

Bread is one of the symbols of Samarkand. Uzbek loaves come in different types and sizes, each distinguished by unusual decorative patterns and unique taste. Numerous […]
17 November 2021

Samarkand’s Khovorenko Winery

Samarkand’s rich history and stunning UNESCO-listed monuments are no secret – Registan Square, the marvellously tiled Shah-i-Zinda necropolis and the old town draw people from around […]
11 October 2021

“I will go to Kokand”: II International Festival of Handicrafts will be held in Uzbekistan

In 2022, the II International Festival of Crafts will be held in Kokand. This is provided for by the Government decree by July 8, 2021 in […]
6 October 2021

With the sea on the horizon, the Eden Resort holds a key to the best of both worlds in the Algarve

After 6 months of experiencing the ‘new normality’ steadily setting in the Algarve – both for those who live there and also those who travel to […]
14 September 2021

48 hours in Prague

A city trip to Prague is never boring! Prague is one of the most beautiful European capitals. The Czech capital has colourful squares and winding streets, […]
19 August 2021
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In 2022 Uzbekistan will see the grand opening of Silk Road Samarkand, a unique tourist complex

Since historic occasions, Uzbekistan has been within the heart of Great Silk Road and has an excellent historic, cultural and architectural heritage. Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva are […]
10 August 2021

The 10 most beautiful castles of the Czech Republic

Impregnable fortresses, defiant forts, fairy-tale chateaux and whimsical summer palaces in expansive landscaped parks. The Czech Republic can easily be called “Land of Castles and Chateaus”. […]
7 July 2021

5 best National Parks you must visit in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a great country to enjoy the outdoors and explore nature. The varied landscape offers something for everyone and makes a walking or […]
22 June 2021

The Football Village, the place to watch the Euro 2020 in Brussels

The Football Village is a unique setting in Brussels where football fans can gather to enjoy the televised matches of the 2020 UEFA Euro Cup in […]
11 June 2021

Cycling along the former Iron Curtain Trail in the Czech Republic

For nearly fifty years, the impenetrable Iron Curtain divided Eastern and Western Europe during the Cold War. Now all 16 European countries along this former border […]
19 May 2021

10 Reasons to go to the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic lies in the middle of Europa and is known for Franz Kafka and Václav Havel. Despite its small size Czechia has countless sights […]
17 February 2021

Casa Ermelinda Freitas: A success made of Love

Every day Leonor Freitas contemplates her vineyard. There are moments, such as when it’s time for pruning the vines, where it seems to be nothing left. […]
22 November 2020

Finding love in a pandemic: Dating will never be the same again

Lots of things have changed in 2020. From working at home, wearing a facemask, and even having to holiday in our own back gardens, we’re definitely […]
17 August 2020

Martin’s Hotel Staycation Campaign

Summer is here and, as every year, people haven’t lost their appetite for vacations. But this year booking a holiday abroad appears very complicated due to […]
25 July 2020

Casa Ermelinda: a reference in Portuguese wine

Founded in 1920 by Deonilde Freitas, and continued by Germana Freitas and later by Ermelinda Freitas, the company has always had a special interest in wine. […]
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