This is my first trip to Western Europe. Well on Belarus - Lithuania is even more to the north. But Lithuania historical very close to us. Belarusians often travel to Vilnius, just for the weekend to relax, take a walk, shoping. After I opened myself Vilnius Europe. It's a wonderful city. I'd lived there)
Это моя первая поездка в Западную Европу. Ну относительно Беларуси - Литва это даже севернее скорее. Но Литва историческим нам очень близка. Белорусы часто ездят в Вильнюс просто на выходные отдохнуть, погулять, "пошопиться". А я Через Вильнюс открыла себе Европу. Это чудный город. Я бы там жила)
Bremen, one of Gemany’s city states, has a highly justified reputation for being among the country’s most outward-looking and hospitable places, with a local population that seems to strike a very good balance between style, earthiness and good living.
Bizarre, beautiful and bewitching, Lithuania's capital seduces visitors with its astonishing Old Town charm. Its chocolate-box baroque skyline littered with the spires of Orthodox and Catholic churches are intoxicating, decadent and fragile - so much so that Unesco has declared this, Europe's largest baroque old town, a World Heritage site. But there's more to this devilishly attractive capital than meets the eye. There is an underlying oddness that creates its soul.
Warsaw, nurturing over 400 years of pride as a capital, is Poland’s largest city and an economic, political, and cultural centre. The symbol of the city is the Mermaid, featured on the city seal. Warsaw is a bustling metropolis and features an unforgettable history.