Monday, 27 June 2011

A Brief Guide To Genoa - Italy

As the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, Genoa (Genova) is one of the most impressive cities in Italy. Located along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea, it has a long history of maritime trad, and its grandeur can still be seen today. Eurail pass holders be sure to visit Genoa to experience not just its history but also its unique excellent cuisine, beautiful sights and its romantic seaport that witnessed the history of the Mediterranean Sea.
A Brief Guide To Genoa - Italy

A Quick Guide to Pecs - Hungary

Aside from Hungary's oldest university located within the city which is attended by students from nearby cities and towns, Pecs was one of the European Capitals of Culture in 2010. As the fifth largest city in Hungary, Pecs is located at the slopes of the Mecsek Mountain and is populated by less than 200,000 inhabitants of varied origin, mostly by Magyars. Eurail pass holders should make the most of their pass visiting this small city because of its history that was not ravaged by the Communists and because it is rarely visited by tourists in masses.
A Quick Guide to Pecs - Hungary

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